This year saw a host of Latin American talents perform over a three-hour celebration of Latin music and culture.
At this year’s Latin Grammy Awards, several MN2S talents brought home awards in a range of different categories. Bad Bunny brought home the award for Best Reggaeton Performance, while J Balvin was recognised for Best Urban Album. Camilo was honoured for her role in the smash hit “Tutu”, which won the award for Best Pop Song, before Alejandro Sanz brought home the title of Record Of The Year for “Contigo”. Sech and Ozuna also received nominations for Best Urban Album and Best Reggaeton Performance, while Karol G’s Nicki Minaj collaboration “Tusa” picked up a nomination for Record of The Year.
In a show that the New York Times described as bringing “impressive performances and meaningful spotlights on unity across regions and generations”, the Latin Grammys recognised the talents of a range of Latin music’s most prominent voices. Though it was – as most 2020 award shows have been – a virtual affair, the production values remained impressive, with dance routines, costumes, huge live bands and many real-time performances coming together to produce something spectacular.