Rosalia receives nine Latin Grammy nominations

Rosalía prolongs her sweetest moment with the nine nominations she has achieved at the Latin Grammy Awards, a historical fact since no woman had previously achieved so many nominations in a single edition. This success is added to the great reception that her concert tour in the US is having, where has twice filled New York’s Radio City Hall and where important places like San Diego or San Francisco await you.

The Catalan artist aspires to the awards for best album of the year for Motamamifor best song for hentaifor best alternative music album, for best recording for his collaboration with The Weeknd in Famefor best packaging design, for best alternative song for hentaifor the best short version music video for hentaifor best long version music video for his TikTok Live Performance ya better recording engineering by mommy.

At the gala to be held on November 17 in Las Vegas (USA), Rosalía will compete for the award for best song of the year with Waterby Puerto Ricans Daddy Yankee, Rauw Alejandro and the famous American producer Nile Rodgers; something is betterby Chilean Mon Laferte; old ballby Colombians Carlos Vives and Camilo; Red high heels, by also Colombian Sebastián Yatra; Y Touch youby the Uruguayan Jorge Drexler and the Spanish C. Tangana.

[Rosalía se ríe de tus prejuicios musicales en ‘Motomami’]

For its part, Puerto Rican Bad Bunny consolidates his current undisputed reign in Latin music with ten nominations from the Miami-based academy. They are followed by Rosalía and the Mexican producer and composer Edgar Barrera with 9 and Rauw Alejandro with 8. With seven nominations appear Christina Aguilera, the Venezuelan Jorge Luis Chacín, the Uruguayan Jorge Drexler, the Colombian Julio Reyes Copello and the Puerto Rican Tainy.

Among those who hope to win the Latin Grammy for best new artist are Nicole Zignago, daughter of Peruvian Gianmarco, Spanish-French Pol Granch and regional Mexican music performer Nabález.

Argentine Fito Páez has three nominations, including best pop/rock album for the wild yearswhile his compatriots from the group He Killed a Motorized Cop are nominated for Best Rock Album for a rare vacationwhich also features the Spanish band Fito y Fitipaldis with their album every time corpse.

The Spanish Enrique Bunbury, meanwhile, appears among the nominees for best rock songby waiting for a signa category where his compatriots from Vetusta Morla are also, for Finistereand the Molotov Mexicans for We do not forgetamong others.

Current, diverse and influential Latin music

The Latin Recording Academy highlighted in a statement “the diversity of Latin music and its great cultural influence worldwide” and for sample he alluded to the genres and artists that appear in the recording list of the year.

In it the songs coincide Fameby Rosalía with The Weeknd; It’s worth itby Juan Luis Guerra; Sand castlesby Pablo Alborán; here I goby Marc Anthony; provenceby Karol G; Congratulations, by Shakira and Rauw Alejandro; Y for my girls, by Christina Aguilera, Becky G, Nicki Nicole with Nathy Peluso; among others.

[El irresistible ascenso de ‘Motomami’ y la increíble y triste caída de la filosofía]

The nominees this year are distributed in 53 categories and they were selected among the more than 18,000 applications submitted, according to the institution, which recalled that the compositions must have been published between June 1 of last year and May 31 of this 2022.

Last August, the Latin Recording Academy announced that the Spanish Rosario Floresthe Chilean Myriam Hernández, the Brazilian composer Rita Lee, the Argentine singer Amanda Miguel and the Venezuelan singer-songwriter Yordano will receive this year the Award for Musical Excellence.

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Rosalia receives nine Latin Grammy nominations