The Latin Grammy Awards, held for the first time outside the United States, transformed Seville, Spain, into the epicenter of Latin American music. In a night full of emotions and talent, 56 categories vied for the coveted golden gramophone, and among the stars, Colombian artists Shakira, Karol G, Juanes and Carlos Vives shone brightly, competing for the coveted statuettes.
Colombian Winners of the Latin Grammys
Shakira clinched the award for Best Pop Song with her track ‘BZRP – Shakira Music Sessions #53′, where she showcased her artistry and emotions, turning her return to the music industry into a resounding triumph.
The legendary singer Juanes, with his album ‘Vida Cotidiana,’ won the award for Best Pop/Rock Album, receiving recognition with style and elegance that highlighted his undeniable talent.
Andres Cepeda stood out by winning the award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album with his work ‘Decimo Cuarto,’ demonstrating his vocal ability and artistic depth.
The powerful musical union of Shakira and Karol G on the single ‘TQG’ earned them the Best Urban Fusion/Performance category award, a combination that resonated strongly and received acknowledgment at the ceremony.
The innovative album ‘Bolero Apocaliptico’ by Monsieur Perine deservedly took home the award in the Best Alternative Music Album category, showcasing their musical uniqueness and skill in the art.
The iconic Grupo Niche triumphed with their album ‘Niche Sinfonico,’ winning the award for Best Salsa Album, a feat that celebrated the rich musical tradition of Colombia.
Carlos Vives, with his successful album ‘Escalona Nunca Se Habia Grabado Asi,’ received a Grammy for Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album, sharing his victory with humor and joy.
Camilo, present with his thrilling ‘Camilo: El Primer Tour de mi Vida,’ competed for the Best Long Form Music Video award, highlighting his impactful presence and visual talent.
Fonseca conquered hearts and the Best Tropical Song category with ‘Si tú me quieres,’ taking home his well-deserved Latin Grammy.