Grammys 2022: who are the Latin nominees

Every day there are more Spanish-speaking singers making their way into the gala of the Grammy awards. After winning the Latin Grammys, in November 2021, Christian Nodal, Camilo, Rubén Blades, Karol G, Nathy Peluso They will be some of the artists who will seek to repeat in the Anglo-Saxon edition, the oldest, which will take place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

In this edition, the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences American, organizer of the ceremony, added an additional category to the field of Latin music. Is about Best Urban Music Albumwhich will broaden the spectrum to nominate pop albums, which previously shared a category with the urban genre, which includes reggaeton.

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The category Best Latin Urban Music Album of the Grammy awards It will be one of the most disputed considering the scope that this genre currently has on a global level, since it not only leads the streaming charts, but also the awards. In this category they will compete Raww Alexander, J Balvin, bad bunny, Carol G and kali uchis.

The Colombian women Carol Gwhose first name is Carolina Giraldo, surprised in the last edition of the Latin Grammys by winning with “Bichota” in one of the most competitive categories -Best reggaeton performance-, since she was in front of J Balvin, Ozuna and Myke Towers.

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The category Best Latin Pop Album Camilo, Pablo Alboran, Paulina Arenas and Selena Gómez will dispute it. The singer-songwriter and musician Camilo Andrés Echeverry Correa, known as Camilo, was one of the most recognized in the last edition of the Latin Grammys, with a total of four statuettes.

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Also, the competition Best Latin Rock or Alternative Music Album It will be fought by great exponents like Juanes, Nathy Peluso, C. Tangana, Bomba Estéreo. Electric Diamond and Zoé. The Argentine based in Spain, Nathy Pelusocompetes with his album “Clambre” in the category in which his compatriot Fito Paez won the 2021 edition of the Grammys with the album “La conquest del espacio”.

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The Colombian Juanes was the winner for Best Pop/Rock Album at the last ceremony of the Latin Grammys with his production “Origin”. The Colombian already has 26 Grammy awards, counting two North Americans and 24 Latinos.

The category Best Tropical Latin Album will be disputed by Tony Succar, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Aymée Nuviola, El Gran Combo De Puerto Rico and Rubén Blades and Roberto Delgado & Orchestra. Blades was the big winner of the last awards ceremony Latin Grammyswhere he won the Album of the Year category and was distinguished as Person of the Year.

Ruben Blades will compete in the Best Tropical Latin Album category. REUTERS/Steve MarcusBy: REUTERS

This is the list of Latino representatives of the 64th annual edition of the Grammy awardswhich will take place on April 3 in Las Vegas.

Best Latin Pop Album

  • Vertigo – Pablo Alborán.
  • My loves – Paula Arenas.
  • Old fashioned – Ricardo Arjona.
  • My Hands – Camilo.
  • Mendo – Alex Cuba.
  • Revelation – Selena Gomez.

Best Latin Urban Music Album

  • Aphrodisiac – Rauw Alejandro.
  • The Last World Tour – Bad Bunny.
  • Jose-J Balvin.
  • KG0516 – Karol G.
  • Fearless (Of love and other demons) 8 – Kali Uchis.

Best Latin Rock or Alternative Album

  • Leave – Stereo Bomb.
  • Look what you made me do – Electric Diamond.
  • Origin – Juanes.
  • Cramp – Nathy Peluso.
  • The Madrid – C. Tangana.
  • Sounds of Karmatic Resonance – Zoe.

Best Tropical Latin Album

  • Live In Peru – Tony Succar.
  • Colleagues – Gilberto Santa Rosa.
  • Without sauce there is no paradise – Aymée Nuviola.
  • In quarantine – The Great Combo Of Puerto Rico.
  • Salswing! – Rubén Blades and Roberto Delgado & Orchestra.

Best Regional Mexican Music Album (including Tejano)

  • Ranchera Music Anthology, Vol. 2 – Aida Cuevas.
  • At my 80s – Vicente Fernandez.
  • Six – Mon LaferteA song for Mexico, Vol. II – Natalia Lafourcade.
  • Ay ay ay! (Super Deluxe) – Christian Nodal.

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Grammys 2022: who are the Latin nominees