Rosalía and her three nominations for the MTV Video Music Awards

Singer rosalia She achieved three nominations at the MTV Video Music Awards, one of the most prominent events in the music industry and in which the Spanish will be the only Hispanic to compete for the “best new artist” award.

In addition to his candidacy for “best new artist”, in which he will compete with the international phenomenon Billie Eilish, rosalia He has also been nominated for “best choreography” for his collaboration with the Colombian J. Balvin in “Con Altura”, with which both compete in the category dedicated to “best Latin video”.

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The rest of the nominees in the Latin category are: Anuel AA and Karol G for “Secreto”; Bad Bunny and Drake for “MIA”; Benny Blanco, Tainy, Selena Gomez and J Balvin for “I Can’t Get Enough”; Daddy Yankee and Snow for “Con Calma” and, finally, Maluma for “Mala Mía”.

The prizes will be delivered at a televised gala on August 26.

Among the rest of the candidates for these awards stand out Taylor Swift and Ariana Grande with 10 nominations each, including the star categories for “best song” and “video of the year.”

Grande, in addition, is also nominated for “artist of the year” along with Cardi B, Halsey, Jonas Brothers, Shawn Mendes and Billie Eilish, who after breaking in with great force in the last year has achieved 9 nominations, with important sections such as “video of the year” and “best new artist”.

In addition to the Latin protagonism, these awards are given to the Asian phenomenon of K-Pop with an exclusive category for the genre born in South Korea and which includes among its nominees the groups BTS and BLACKPINK, with a large fan base in the Western world.

For its part, another new section, that of “video for good”, will reward the best music clips with social motives.




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The public can vote for their favorite artists in the main categories from the music channel’s website, while a panel of experts will decide the winners of the technical awards.

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Rosalía and her three nominations for the MTV Video Music Awards