NEW YORK – after a year Rosalía impacted the world forever by turning into the first independent female entertainer in quite a while to win the top prize at the Latin Grammys, Natalia Lafourcade emulated her example with major success at the 2020 show.
The Mexican artist won a collection of the year — a class overwhelmed by male acts — on Thursday night with “Un Canto Por México, Vol. 1.” Lafourcade won three honours at the show, tying Rosalía and Carlos Vives for most successes.
Lafourcade didn’t go to the Latin Grammys, which circulated live on Univision and highlighted various exhibitions, a large portion of them pre-taped due to the Covid pandemic. The show didn’t have a live crowd or an honorary pathway, and a portion of the exhibitions included musicians and artists wearing covers as they engaged in front of an audience.
Lafourcade’s successes included best elective tune for “En Cantos,” her coordinated effort with it, and best territorial melody for “Mi Religión.” Rosalía won her honours during the pre-broadcast, including best metropolitan tune and best metropolitan combination execution for the hit “Yo X Ti, Tu X Mi,” offering the two successes to her tune’s co-star, Ozuna. She likewise won best short structure music video for “TKN,” which highlighted Travis Scott and helped the rapper win a Latin Grammy before winning a conventional Grammy.
Before Rosalía’s success for collection of the year, Shakira was the last independent female to win the prize in 2006 with “Fijación Oral Vol. 1.”
Residente — the most brightened act throughout the entire existence of the Latin Grammys — proceeded with his series of wins by bringing home melody of the year for “René” and best rap/hip-jump tune for “Risks Que El Mundo Se Acabe.” Fito Páez was likewise a twofold champ Thursday.
However, the demonstrations ready to impact the world forever after accepting 13 and nine selections each — J Balvin and Awful Rabbit — both left with only one win. Awful Rabbit won best reggaeton execution for “Yo Perreo Sola” and Balvin got best metropolitan music collection for “Colores.”
Notwithstanding his 13 selections, Balvin just got an opportunity of winning eight distinctions since he went up against himself in different classifications. Terrible Rabbit had a comparative issue at the show.
Balvin was a champ in front of an audience, however.
Before his presentation, the film of recent developments, for example, the People of colour Matter fights – including a picture of George Floyd — and more showed up onscreen. Balvin started playing out his melody “Rojo” (“Red”) under two huge imploring hands in a white suit, finishing the tune with counterfeit blood running down his hands and garments.
Pitbull likewise moved the needle with his exhibition, where he was joined by forefront labourers in front of an audience – some playing guitar, some singing foundation, one on drums. Together, they performed “I Trust That We Will Win” (World Hymn),” a peppy tune Pitbull delivered recently during the pandemic to rouse others.