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Latin Grammys 2018 Mixtape

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The icon of Latin music, Carlos Vives, adds a new recognition to his unique career. As part of the 19th Latin GRAMMY Awards, Vives won the award for “Best Contemporary Tropical Album” for its successful VIVES record production, an album that has positioned itself in the first place in the “Tropical Albums” list of iTunes …

Check out the Latin Grammys 2018 Mixtape, Produced by Gio Breton.

Check out some photos from this years Latin Grammys 2016.

Spanish singer Enrique Iglesias and the Latin Grammy Cultural Foundation on Monday announced that, starting in autumn 2015, they will provide a scholarship to an Ibero-American student who has been admitted to the world-renowned Berklee College of Music. The Enrique Iglesias Scholarship will be presented to a student working toward his or her B.A. at …

Latin Grammy winners like Carlos Vives, Juanes, Calle 13 & Camila compete against virtual unknowns. mix of well-known acts and total outliers ruled the Latin nominees for the 2015 Grammy Awards. While many big names hailing from many countries — most armed with critically acclaimed recordings — dominated the Pop and Urban/Alternative/Rock categories, indies and …

  Ricky Martin, Camila, Wisin and Yandel are biggest gainers The 15th annual Latin Grammy Awards were a television ratings success, but delivered disappointing music sales in the U.S. The Nov. 20 live award ceremony, which featured performances by Pitbull, Calle 13, Marc Anthony and Ricky Martin, among others, reached nearly 10 million total viewers …

Record of the year: “Universos Paralelos” — Jorge Drexler, featuring Ana Tijoux Album of the year: “Canción Andaluza” — Paco de Lucía Song of the year: “Bailando” — Descemer Bueno, Gente De Zona and Enrique Iglesias New artist: Mariana Vega Contemporary pop vocal album: “Elypse” — Camila Traditional pop vocal album: “Fonseca Sinfónico” — Fonseca …

This year’s Best New Artist nominees at the Latin Grammys — all 10 of them — have roots in Argentina, Colombia, Mexico, Spain and Venezuela. Below, we highlight their work and music and what’s going on in the musical minds of these artists who’ll be sharing an international spotlight this week when they meet in …

U.S. singer of Cuban descent, Pitbull, and Mexico’s Carlos Santana will take the stage together at the 15th Latin Grammy Awards, The Latin Recording Academy announced. Pitbull and Santana, the latter nominated for the Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album and Best Long Form Music Video awards, will come on with an act that, according to …