El Conejito Malo started his set behind the wheel of a white Bugatti. Anitta's rise to stardom was quick, but certainly not a fluke, and she proved why during her two-song performance of "Mas Que Nada" and "Me Gusta," all while making it all look easy. Camilo wrote the adorable Latin pop bop as an ode to his wife, Evaluna Montaner, who he affectionately calls "Tutu." In a turbulent world, both artists write about a call for unity and peace. El Conejito Malo took home the Best Reggaeton Performance award for his celebrated anthem, "Yo Perreo Sola." As this will be the first time the show is not held in a singular location, viewers will take a virtual trip around the globe to visit some of the biggest artists in Latin music. This year, his heartfelt ballad, "Cuando Estés Aquí" (or "When You Are Here)," which he wrote and produced himself, is up for the award. ET / PT (7 p.m. CT). The Puerto Rican singer-songwriter is now up for Record Of The Year, her third nomination in this category, for "Lo Que En Ti Veo" (or "What I See In You") with Argentine musician Nahuel Pennisi. GRAMMY.com has you covered on how and when to tune into the Biggest Night in Latin Music and what special moments to watch. 2020 Latin Grammy Awards Nominations: See the Complete List of Nominees J Balvin, Bad Bunny, Karol G and many, many more stars have made the list of 2020 Latin Grammy Award … Latin Grammys 2020: See the Full Winners List. Since his Best New Artist nomination at the 2011 Latin GRAMMYs, Pablo Alborán has remained a constant force at the awards. Across nearly eight minutes, he reflects on his highs and lows in his life and career, creating one of the most powerful moments in Latin music in 2020. He and Calibre 50 performed their song, "Decepciones," backed by a mariachi group. Related: The Latin GRAMMYs Add New Categories, Including Reggaeton, For 2020 Show. Vives, who's taken home the Song Of The Year award at the Latin GRAMMYs twice before, wrote this bustling track with Sanz. His 2020 nod marks his fourth overall nomination in this category. Gaby Moreno and Lupita Infante, also nominated this year, will be among the award presenters. Learn more about the 2020 Latin GRAMMY Awards via the Latin Recording Academy's official website. For the first time ever, the Brazilian premiere ceremony, presented in Portuguese, will award all of the Portuguese-language categories. Producers Richi López, George Noriega and Jon Leone, the rising hitmaker behind Camilo's 2020 album, Por Primera Vez, helped the Colombian singer-songwriter find his groove in the current Latin music landscape. "Decepciones" "AYAYAY!" All the proceeds from the release went to UNICEF's efforts to help those impacted by the pandemic. Counting his feature on Anuel AA's "China," "Rojo" marks J Balvin's second nomination in the Record Of The Year category this year. */ Elsewhere, José Luis Perales will perform from Madrid, Spain, Puerto Rican sensation Bad Bunny will sing from San Juan and Brazilian superstar Anitta will beam in from Rio de Janeiro. Bajofondo is the musical band led by legendary Argentine producer Gustavo Santaolalla and Uruguayan musician Juan Campodónico, who are both previous Latin GRAMMY winners. Martin breathed life into their lyrics in a powerful moment from his 2020 Pausa EP. Baca, who served as Perú's Minister of Culture in 2011 and as the President of the Commission for Culture (2011 - 2013) for the Organization of American States, dedicated her Latin GRAMMY award for Best Folk Album to the youth and all working-class people fighting for change in Perú. GRAMMY.com relives the Biggest Night in Latin Music by revisiting the special surprises and memorable performances from the 2020 Latin GRAMMYs. "Even though the world feels bleak," he said during the performance breakdown, "and our fears can overtake us, this is the moment that our hearts, which are bleeding, can feel again, that we can come together and fight for our dreams and a better future.". Baca, who served as Perú's Minister of Culture in 2011 and as the President of the Commission for Culture (2011 - 2013) for the Organization of American States, dedicated her Latin GRAMMY award for Best Folk Album to the youth and all working-class people fighting for change in Perú. 1. Alejandro Sanz. Piano and Pennisi's soft guitar are the perfect accompaniment to García's delicate yet affectionate lyrics. With five overall nominations, including Record Of The Year and Album Of The Year, García is the most-nominated female artist at the Latin GRAMMYs this year. See who wins big and who goes home empty-handed. [Fonovisa/Universal Music Mexico S.A. de C.V.], 25TH ANNIVERSARY CONTIGO It all came together when Fernández joined forces with Nodal for a duet performance of their track, "Más No Puedo.". She's also the most nominated female artist at this year's Latin GRAMMYs. It all ended with a fireworks show as the cameras pulled back to reveal that the stage he was on was set on top of the second base diamond of Hiram Bithorn Stadium in his native Puerto Rico. He and Calibre 50 performed their song, "Decepciones," backed by a mariachi group. But wait, there's more! The Spanish singer-songwriter took on a song by a fellow Spanish legend, Joaquín Sabina. the King. J Balvin, Bad Bunny, and Ozuna had the most nominations ... the Latin Recording Academy held the 21st Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards. ", The video screens around him flashed scenes of protestors marching for equal rights when, halfway through the song, Balvin spoke to viewers again. 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