The Latin Grammys will praise its twentieth commemoration with a 20-artist execution in a tribute to the heritage of Latin music.
Thursday night’s show at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas will open with a presentation including Prince Royce, Anitta, Fito Páez, Natalia Jiménez, Beto Cuevas, Caliber 50, Carlos Rivera, Draco Rosa, Leonel García, Milly Quezada, Olga Tañón, Reik and Tony Succar.
Ricky Martin, Roselyn Sánchez, and Paz Vega will have the show, which will likewise incorporate exhibitions by Residente, Bad Bunny, Luis Fonsi, Farruko, Ozuna, Alicia Keys, and Miguel. Juanes, who was named the Latin Recording Academy’s 2019 Person of the Year, will sing a mixture of his hits. What’s more, Mexican pop artist Alejandro Fernández will perform with his dad Vicente Fernández and his child Alex Fernández.
Veteran artist lyricist Alejandro Sanz, who is the top chosen one with eight, will likewise make that big appearance. Leap forward entertainer Rosalía, who won two Latin Grammys a year ago, is behind Sanz with five selections. She will likewise perform at the show, which starts at 8 p.m. Eastern and is airing live on Univision. Both Sanz and Rosalía are selected for collection of the year, alongside Fonsi, Succar, Rubén Blades, Sebastián Yatra, Paula Arenas, Andrés Calamaro, Fonseca, and Ximena Sariñana.
Ozuna performs “La Camisa Negra” at the 2019 Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year function.
None of the uber-prevalent Latin trap and reggaeton acts got assignments for the top prize, or in other huge classifications like the tune of the year, a record of the year and best new craftsman. The Latin Grammys got a reaction for expelling entertainers like J Balvin, Bad Bunny, Ozuna, Daddy Yankee, Maluma and Nicky Jam — specialists who have overwhelmed on spilling administrations, sold-out fields like Madison Square Garden, racked in a large number of YouTube sees and bested the diagrams with numerous tunes.
The oversights were particularly astounding since the Latin Grammys have 10 candidates for its main four classes.
At the point when the designations were discharged in September, Balvin posted a photograph of the Grammy logo with a huge red “X″ crosswise over it on Instagram. Words on the picture read in Spanish: “Without reggaeton, there’s no Latin Grammys.”
Balvin, in any case, received two selections — his joint efforts with Rosalía (“Con Altura”) and De La Ghetto (“Caliente”) make him a twofold candidate for best urban melody. His new collection with Bad Bunny, “Desert garden,” was not qualified during the current year’s Latin Grammys but rather will qualify in 2020. Tunes and collections discharged between June 1, 2018, and May 31, 2019, were qualified.
Maluma, Nicky Jam, and Karol G, a year ago’s victor for best new craftsman, earned zero designations, while different stars like Bad Bunny, Daddy Yankee, and Ozuna were confined to classifications, for example, best urban music collection, best urban tune, and best urban combination/execution.
Pop vocalists, in any case, progressed admirably. Camila Cabello is up for record of the year, tune of the year and best pop tune for “Mi Persona Favorita” with Sanz, while Alessia Cara and Juanes’ “Querer Mejor” is designated fortune and record of the year.
The majority of the honors — 39 out of 50 — will be given at the Latin Grammys Premiere, a service that isn’t broadcast however can be finished the Latin Grammy Facebook page starting at 4:30 p.m. EDT.