The Latin Grammys have announced this Tuesday their 2020 nominees, in an edition that has the musician J Balvin as a favorite thanks to his 13 nominations and where several Spanish artists have achieved at least one nomination. Pablo Alborán participates in the category of recording of the year for When you are here, where Alejandro Sanz and his With you. Sanz himself is nominated twice for best song thanks to For Sale, together with Carlos Vives, and #ELMUNDOFUERA (improvisation). In addition, Rosalía competes in three categories: best urban song with Ozuna for Me X You, You X Me; best pop-rock song for Hurt me and best music video in short version by TKN, in collaboration with Travis Scott. The 21st edition of the Latin Grammys is scheduled for November 20.
The singers Aitana and Amaia, who rose to fame in 2017 for their appearance in Triumph operation, are respectively candidates for best pop vocal album by Spoiler and best long-format music video by A return to the Sun. Other Spaniards who compete for the awards are Beret, in the category of best pop vocal album for Prism, Amaral in the packaging design section thanks to its disk Jump to color and Veleta Roja for his album Sounds that count in the category of best children’s album.
J Balvin, Bad Bunny and Ozuna, meanwhile, are the main favorites. Among his 13 nominations, the Colombian has the nominations for the best album of the year and the best recording, while Puerto Ricans Bad Bunny and Ozuna are the next to have more options, with nine and eight respectively. Both J Balvin and Bad Bunny share a nomination for the best album of the year for the album Oasis, in addition to being candidates for their own study assignments, Colors Y YHLQMDLG.
The other nominees for best album of the year are the Colombian Camilo for his album For the first time, the Puerto Rican Kany García for Table for two, the Mexican duo Jesse & Joy by Air (Day version), Natalia Lafourcade, who also comes from the Aztec country, for A song for Mexico vol. 1; Puerto Rican Ricky Martin for Pause, the Argentine Fito Páez for The conquest of space and Carlos Vives from New Granada for Cumbiana.