Ivy Queen, Jay Wheeler, and Zion y Lennox will perform at the “Tu Música Urbano Awards” 2022

The Puerto Rican Ivy Queen, one of the pioneers of reggaeton, as well as the Panamanian Sech and the Argentine María Becerra, will sing in the third edition of the Tu Música Urbano Awards, the organizers of the event announced this Monday.

Other artists who will also sing at the event on June 23 at the Puerto Rico Coliseum in San Juan will be the Puerto Ricans Zion and Lennox, Jay Wheeler, Nio García and N’Klabe, the Colombian group Piso 21 and the Mexican Christian Nodal. , detailed in a statement Telemundo, the network that will broadcast the awards.

Becerra, who along with the Colombian Karol G are the biggest female finalists with nine nominations, promises an electrifying performance, after the recent release of the song “Hasta Los Dientes“, together with the Cuban Camila Cabello.

Meanwhile, Sech, with six nominations, will arrive at the gala after announcing the premiere of his new single, “Noche de teteo“, as part of his new production “Dawn and we’ll see!

Also, Wheeler, one of the emerging Puerto Rican artists with the greatest projection and with six nominations -including that of Top Rising Star Masculine- will perform after selling the tickets for his first great concert at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico in just 90 minutes.

García, for his part, who is competing this year for five awards -including Top Tropical Urban Song- will perform after the recent premiere of his collaboration with the Chilean Pailita on the song “Yo quiero que tú te alokes“.

Ivy Queen, who is competing for two awards this year, will arrive after turning her music around by releasing her song “Pa ‘mí“, with which she ventures into salsa with Peter Nieto.

Zion and Lennox duo Nodal and salsa group N’Klabe also boast two award nominations.

Bad Bunny leads the awards with twelve nominations, followed by Rauw Alejandro’s eleven nominations and J Balvin’s ten.


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