Camilo’s night at the 2021 Latin Grammys

Colombian artists began this Thursday to celebrate early at the Latin Grammy Awards in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Juanes, Camilo, on four occasions, Silvestre Dangond, Petrona Martínez, Karol G, Juliana Velásquez as Best New Artist, Tú Rockcito and Filarmed were the nationals to receive awards.

One of the most excited was Juanes, who at the pre-gala, which takes place before the main show of the night, received the gramophone at Best Pop Rock Album for Origin.

“Thanks to the HP academy. We won the Grammy for best fucking pop rock album. Dedicated to my Colombia, Beloved Medellin”, Reacted the artist born in Carolina del Príncipe in the North of Antioquia.

With this award Juanes adjusted 26 Latin Grammys, equaling Residente who holds the record for the most gramophones won.

Camilo took the stage not only to collect the Grammy awards he won, but to receive the applause of the public, who stood up and celebrated with the Colombian artist.

Received the coveted award from the United States National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences in the categories Best pop vocal album, by Mis Manos; Best Pop Song, for Rich Life; and Best Fusion / Urban with the remix of the song Tattoo, alongside Raw Alejandro.

“I dedicate it to Indigo (her next-born son) so that when he grows up he will be proud of his father,” said Camilo, receiving the Grammy for Best Album.

On a fourth occasion he went up in a group to accompany Ricardo Montaner, David Julca, Jonathan Julca and Yasmil Jesús Marrufo, all composers of the winning song as Best Tropical Song. God wanted it that way, played by Juan Luis Guerra and Ricardo Montaner.

The 27-year-old musician, who was born in Montería and lived most of his life in Medellín, was nominated in 10 categories.

In addition to receiving the awards, he was part of the musical show of the night. He was accompanied by his wife Eva Luna Montaner.

Here is the moment in which Camilo received one of the awards:

Petrona Martínez also won for Colombia, as Best Folk Album for Ancestras.

The good night for Colombia was joined by the awards for Karol G, who did not attend the ceremony (Best reggaeton performance), Silvestre Dangond (Best cumbia / vallenato album), Filarmed (Best Latin music album for children for Tú Rockcito Filarmónico ), Petrona Martínez (Best Folk Album) and Juliana Velásquez (Best New Artist).

The Medellín Philharmonic Orchestra, on its Twitter account, pointed out that this recognition is a dream come true and thanked them for supporting children’s music.

More achievers

Among the artists who received their Latin Grammy in advance are Mon Laferte as Best Singer-Songwriter Album; Cristian Nodal as Best Regional Mexican Song: Vicente Fernández as Best Ranchera / Mariachi Music Album: Juan Luis Guerra as Best Arrangement.

Other awards given:

Record of the year: Maybe, by Caetano Veloso and Tom Veloso

Album of the year: Salswing! by Rubén Blades and Roberto Delgado & Orchestra

Song of the year: Homeland and Life of Yotuel, Gente De Zona, Descemer Bueno, Maykel Osorbo, El Funky

Best Short Version Music Video: Marc Anthony, for An Eternal Love

Producer of the year: Edgar barrera

Best Alternative Music Album: Nathy Peluso

Best Latin Jazz / Jazz Album: Ivan “Melon” Lewis

Best Contemporary Tropical Album: Gloria Estefan

Best Merengue and / or Bachata Album: Sergio Vargas

Best Rock Album and Best Rock Song: Vicentico, for Brilliant Well and Now 1, respectively.

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Camilo’s night at the 2021 Latin Grammys