J Balvin, Bad Bunny and Ozuna, favorites to a Latin Grammy that finally open to reggaeton

J Balvin, Bad Bunny and Ozuna, favorites to a Latin Grammy that finally open to reggaeton

Colombian J Balvin accumulates 13 nominations for the 21st edition of the Latin Grammys, which will be delivered on November 19 at a televised event in Miami

J Balvin, Bad Bunny and Ozuna, favorites to some Latin Grammy that finally open to reggaeton

Reggaeton artists J Balvin and Ozuna and trap singer Bad Bunny swept the nominations for the Latin Grammy Awards announced this Tuesday by the Latin Recording Academy, which after years of controversy finally included a new category for reggaeton.

Colombian J Balvin accumulated 13 nominations for the 21st edition of the Latin Grammy Awards, which will be presented on November 19 at a televised event in Miami, including Album of the Year, Best Urban Performance and Best Reggaeton Performance for Morado and Loco with you .

In Album of the Year he also has two nominations, one for Colors and another for Oasis , in collaboration with the Puerto Rican Bad Bunny , who in turn accumulated nine nominations.

Bad Bunny, one of the leaders of the movement that led to the resignation of the governor of Puerto Rico last year, has another nomination for Album of the Year for YHLQMDLG , in addition to Record of the Year for Go away and Best Reggaeton for Yo perreo sola .

Puerto Rican Ozuna garnered eight nominations in a first-time awards dominated by reggaeton , a historically scorned genre that has dominated clubs and radio airwaves for years.

After the controversy grew for its absence in the last edition of the biggest music awards in Spanish and Portuguese, this year the Latin Recording Academy included the categories Best Reggaeton Performance, as well as Best Pop / Rock Song and Best Song Rap hip hop.

Also nominated for Album of the Year were Camilo (For the First Time), Kany García (Table for Two), Jesse & Joy Aire (Day Version), Natalia Lafourcade (Un Canto Por México), Ricky Martin (Pause), Fito Páez (La Conquest of Space) and Carlos Vives (Cumbiana).

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