Pablo Alborán and the Latin Grammys: the ‘jinx’ of the Malaga singer

The gramophone of the Latin Grammy he resists Pablo Alboran. It has no explanation, so for many there has been no choice but to label it as ‘damn’.

but accumulate 23 nominations and more than a decade without an award neither his perseverance nor his passion for music have diminished. Composing is the essence of Pablo Alborán, who edits records like someone who turns the pages of his book of life. The most affectionate victory of him is the affection and recognition of the people of him. He is about to launch their sixth album study, The Fourth Sheeta job that He talks about “loving tooth and nail.”

That Pablo Alboran He has received more than 20 nominations for the most important Latin music awards in more than 10 years and that he has not managed to win any recognition from the Academy in all this time is something that many of his followers cannot explain.

However, the man from Malaga has no choice but to resign himself. He used to live it with nerves and expectation and now he prefers not to have any illusions. If he takes it, great, and if not, too. Of course, he continues to be surprised every time one of his works is included in the list of nominations.

This same year, in the 2022 edition —in which Rosalia made history—, the singer earned a Record of the Year nomination with the theme Sand castles, included in this last LP.

competed with for my girls by Christina Aguilera, Becky G and Nicki Nicole in collaboration with Nathy Peluso; Touch you of C. Tangana and Jorge Drexler, To wrapAnitta; Pa’llá I’m going by Marc Anthony; hitof Camilo; provence’ by Karol G.; It’s worth itby Juan Luis Guerra; Congratulations of Shakira and Raw Alejandro; Y old football of Carlos Vives and Camilo. Drexler and C. Tangana took itwhich also emerged victorious with the same theme in the Best Song of the Year category.

Since he began his professional career in 2011, practically all of his recording works have been recognized with at least one nomination, but success has not yet arrived. Be that as it may, although the Academy does not trust him, his followers do. They show it by selling out tickets and placing his records among the best sellers. Hurricane Alborán has no end.

All of Pablo Alborán’s nominations for the Latin Grammys

Year 2011

  • Nominated for Best Song for Only you
  • Nominated for Best New Artist
  • Nominated for Best Male Pop Vocal Album: Pablo Alborán

That same year, he sang live at the gala with Demi Lovato.

Year 2012

  • Nominated for Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album: In Acoustic

Year 2013

  • Nominated for Best Album of the Year for So much
  • Nominated Record of the Year for So much
  • Nominated for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album So much

Year 2015

  • Nominated Record of the Year for Where is the love
  • Nominated Song of the Year for At last
  • Nominated for Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album for Offshore
  • Nominated for Best Long Form Music Video for Offshore

Year 2018

  • Latin Grammy Nominee for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for I promise
  • Nominated for Record of the Year for not going to be
  • Nominated for Album of the Year for I promise

year 2020

  • Nominated for Record of the Year by When you are here
  • Nominated for Best Pop Song for When you are here

year 2021

  • Nominated for Record of the Year for if you wanted
  • Nominated for Album of the Year for Vertigo
  • Nominated for Song of the Year for if you wanted
  • Nominated for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for Vertigo

Year 2022

  • Nominated for Record of the Year for Sand castles

Pablo Alborán’s two nominations for the Grammy Awards

  • 2016: Grammy Nominated for Best Latin Pop Album for Offshore
  • 2018: Grammy Nominated for Best Album for I promise

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Pablo Alborán and the Latin Grammys: the ‘jinx’ of the Malaga singer