Karol G will be part of the artists that will perform at the 23rd edition of the Latin Grammys

The Colombian singer Karol G recently released her new song “Cairo” which has been a success because more than 24 hours after its release, it has nearly 5 million views on the YouTube video platform.

The Latin Recording Academy announced the participation of Karol G in the gala of the 23rd edition of the annual Latin Grammy Awards, the interpreter of ‘Gatubela’ is nominated in three categories: Record of the Year and Song of the Year with her hit Provence, Best Urban Song with Mamii that he performed with Becky G.

And it is that ‘Bichota’ is one of the most acclaimed artists of the moment because her successes in the songs and her tours ‘Bichota Tor’ and ‘Strip Love Tour’, the latter was the highest grossing by a female Latin artist and ranked ranked eight out of the top 10 most successful tours worldwide, generating significant international recognition.

In this twenty-third installment, apart from the Colombian urban music singer Karol, other Colombians will also be nominated: In the Recording of the Year category are Camilo with ‘Pegao’, Shakira with ‘Te Felicito’, Carlos Vives and Camilo with ‘Baloncito Viejo ‘. In the Album of the Year category: Bomba Estéreo with ‘Deja’ Fonseca with ‘Viajante’, Sebastián Yatra with ‘Dharma’. In the Song of the Year category: ‘Baloncito Viejo’ by Carlos Vives and Camilo, ‘Besos en la Frente’ by Fonseca, ‘Índigo’ by Camilo, ‘Tacones Rojos’ by Sebastián Yatra. In the Best Pop Vocal Album category is Sebastián Yatra with ‘Dharma’. In the Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album category: ‘Viajante’ by Fonseca.

In the Best Pop Song category: ‘Baloncito Viejo’, ‘Besos en la Frente’, ‘Índigo’ by Camilo, ‘Tacones Rojos’ by Sebastián Yatra. In the Best RAP/HIP HOP Song category is Farina with ‘Freestyle 15’. In the Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album category: ‘Clásicos de mi Cumbia’ by Checo Acosta, ‘Feliz Aniversario’ by Jean Carlos Centeno, ‘El de Siempre’ by Felipe Peláez and ‘Yo soy Colombia de Zona 8 y Rolando Ochoa’. In the Best Contemporary Tropical Album category, Carlos Vives with ‘Cumbiana II’.


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