Once again Karol G is positioned as the top winner of an award ceremony. The last one was in April of this year during the Latin AMAs, where despite not attending the ceremony held in Las Vegas, the singer won six awards for which everything indicated that her “Makinon” was still very hot among the beloved. and faithful followers of the artist born on February 14 in Medellín, Colombia.
And it is that after sweeping that seventh edition of the Latin American Music Awards and presenting himself in style with his colleague Becky at the Coachella Festival, the awards do not stop falling into his hands, because now he has just become the top winner of the Tu Música Urbano Awards that were held tonight on Isla del Encanto, Puerto Rico, where artists of the urban genre gathered who popularized it in an “underground” way and the new exponents who, with their proposal, also today make it vibrate to the world.
Under the leadership of the Colombian Carmen Villalobos, the Puerto Rican Zuleyka Rivera and the Mexican Omar Chaparro, who made his debut on the Telemundo screen as a guest host at an award ceremony for that network, the three-hour ceremony saw the parade of many new exponents who They are making their mark, but also legends of the genre such as Zion and Lennox and Farruko, except for Karol G and Bad Bunny, who apparently no longer care about attending this type of awards.
However, Zion y Lennox showed their humility without poses or grandeur by going through the greatest hits of their career such as “Yo voy”, “Otra vez” and “Losing my head”, with which they made the youngsters sing and dance. present at the José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum in Puerto Rico.
Even so, the talented reggaetonera won nine awards, including Artist of the Year, Female Artist Album of the Year for KG0516, Video of the Year for “El makinon” and Concert/Tour of the Year for “Bichota tour”, Top Social Artist, Remix of the Year for “Poblado remix”, Collaboration of the Year for “Mamiii” with Becky G, Top Crossover Song for “Don’t be shy”, Top Trap Song for “I don’t wish you evil”.
Karol G , who a few weeks ago made headlines by sharing the stage with the Mexican Anahí in Mexican lands and having performed in Lima, Peru during two totally sold-out dates as part of her “Bichota Tour” through Latin America, is now once again the top winner in an awards ceremony that was broadcast live on Telemundo which he did not attend, although he could have done so since his last presentation of the tour was two days ago in Mexico City and his next concert is next Saturday, June 25 at the Stadium Chochi Sosa from Tegucigalpa, Honduras. She could have attended if she wanted.
And it is that after her successful tour “Bichota Tour” that even led her to perform at the Atanasio Girardot stadium in Medellín with a full house, Karol G is now preparing to undertake her show “$trip Love Tour”, which she is scheduled to visit 30 cities of the North American continent starting on September 6 from the city of Chicago and continuing through Toronto (Canada), New York, Miami, Las Vegas, Tampa, San Francisco, Austin, Houston, Dallas, Denver, San Diego, Washington DC , Charlotte, Philadelphia, Newark, Los Angeles and Miami.
Meanwhile, the other G, the one from Inglewood, California, won three awards in the categories Top Female Artist, Collaboration of the Year for “Mamiii” and Top Urban Tropical Song for “Fulanito”, while Argentine star María Becerra also won three awards in the sections of Female Top Rising Star, Song of the Year for “What else then? and Video of the New Year Artist for “Between us remix”.
Among the men, Bad Bunny appeared as the most nominated of the contest, but this time he had to settle for just two Top Urban Pop Song awards for “X last time” (shared with Daddy Yankee) and the award for “Composer of the Year”. He likewise did not attend to receive them.
The one who did win, also in absentia, three statuettes was Daddy Yankee in the categories of Top Male Artist, Top Urban Pop Song with “X last time” (shared with Bad Bunny) and the Male Artist Album of the Year for Legendaddy, the album with which El Boss retires from the stage, but not before making his followers dance with the last tour, which by the way, has five dates at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles (July 27, 28 and 29, 13 and August 15).
The other urban artist who won three awards was El Alfa in the shortlists for Top Dembow Artist, Top Urban Tropical Song for “Fulanito” and Top Dembow Song for “La mama de la mama”.
The boyband CNCO, Puerto Ricans Farruko and Feid, in addition to Lit Killah, Christian Nodal and Colombian J Balvin also won two awards each in the contest. CNCO won the awards for Top Artist Duo or Group and Song of the Year Duo or Group for the single