Dua Lipa kicked off the 66th Annual Grammy Awards with a captivating performance, treating the audience to a medley of her first two singles from her highly anticipated third studio album.
The Latin Grammy Awards played a significant role in celebrating the excellence of Latin music throughout GRAMMY Week and on Music’s Biggest Night.
Latin music luminaries graced the 66th GRAMMY Awards, contributing to the event’s vibrant atmosphere with historic wins, notable nominations, electrifying performances, and engaging installations.
The GRAMMY House, a central venue for GRAMMY Week events, featured a prominent installation dedicated to the Latin Grammy Awards, commemorating the upcoming 25th anniversary of the prestigious event in 2024.
This display, housed in a cylindrical structure, showcased pivotal moments from the history of the Latin Grammy Awards, complete with photographs, data, and an authentic Latin Grammy award.
The celebration of Latin music continued to gain momentum throughout GRAMMY Week, with several Latin Grammy-winning artists achieving success on the GRAMMY stage.
Karol G seized her first golden gramophone for her 2023 album “Mañana Será Bonito,” marking a significant highlight of the evening.
During her heartfelt acceptance speech, the Colombian singer expressed her joy at holding her very own Grammy for the first time.
In addition to Karol G’s triumph, Peso Pluma, a notable figure in Mexican music, claimed his inaugural Grammy for his album “GÉNESIS,” winning the title of Best Música Mexicana Album (Including Tejano).
Natalia Lafourcade, known for her acclaimed album “Todas Las Flores” at the 2023 Latin Grammy Awards, emerged victorious at the GRAMMYs, sharing the award for Best Latin Rock or Alternative Album in a tie with Juanes.
Furthermore, Gabby Moreno, who graced the Premiere Ceremony stage with a performance, received the GRAMMY Award for Best Latin Pop Album for her album “X Mí (Vol. 1).”
Latin artists not only dazzled on stage but also made their presence felt on the red carpet and among the list of nominees.
Edgar Barrera, a prominent Latino producer and songwriter, stood out as the sole Latino nominee for Songwriter of the Year in the Non-Classical Category.