This year the Latin Grammy’s will be on November 19, 2020 in Miami, Florida. There are plenty of top notch artist that will be nominated and that will be performing this year. This will be the 21st Annual Grammy Awards and it jam packed with great musicians.

The theme for this edition of the Latin Grammys is “Music Makes Us Human.” Undoubtedly this event will bring many people together and celebrate the best of Latin Music. Here is a little preview of who you can expect to see and what you can expect to perform in an incredible night.

Changes Due To The Global Pandemic

Indeed, 2020 has been a very sad and devastating year for everyone around the world. Covid-19 has impacted many people and many events around the world. This year The Latin Grammys will still take place like every year, but with some few changes. Unlike other years, this year there will be no red carpet to see how the artists will be dressed to the award show.

Also, there will be no fans and safety measures will be taken to secure everyone’s safe being. Nevertheless, the event will be a night to remember and will bring some smiles and entertainment for every music fan around the world.

Hosts Of The Night

Yalitza Aparicio will be one of the three people to co-host this year’s Latin Grammys. The Roma actress will be replacing Roselyn Sanchez. The Oscar nominee will be accompanied by singer Carlos Rivera. Lastly, star actress Ana Brenda, will be the other celebrity to host this monumental Latin event. No doubt they will be conducting the greatest event in Latin Music this year.

Performers Of The Night

This year, the list of the 2020 Latin Grammy performers is full of different artists from different genres. It is an all-star line up that promises to entertain people and give them some joy despite the year we have all had. The artists will be performing from different cities and will be singing their top hits.

The lists consists of reggaetoneros Bad Bunny, Anuel AA, Guaynaa and Karol G. Furthermore, there is Pedro Capo, Marc Anthony, Sebastián Yatra, Ricardo Montaner, Víctor Manuelle, Julio Reyes Copello, Alex Cuba, Debi Nova, Raquel Sofía, Nathy Peluso, Christian Nodal, Kanny Garcia, Fito Paez, Alejandro Fernandez’s, Los Tigres Del Norte, and Calibre 50.

In addition to the previously mentioned, the Latin Recording Academy announced the last bunch of artists to perform. The additional artists are J Balvin, Camilo, Rauw Alejandro, Anitta, Lupita Infante, Ricky Martin, Juanes, Mariachi Sol de México de José Hernández, José Luis Perales, and Prince Royce.

J Balvin Leads The Pack For Most Nominations

Following an incredible artistic year, J Balvin is the most nominated artist this year. He is nominated for 13 Latin Grammys. He is closely followed by his good friend Bad Bunny who has nine nominations. Ozuna is next in line with eight nominations and followed by Anuel AA, Josh Gudwin, and Colin Leonard with seven nominations. No doubt that reggaetón artist this year took the spot with more nominees in a genre.

Last year, the Latin Grammys were heavily criticized for not nominating many reggaetón artists. Clearly, they paid attention to that and didn’t want to be heavy criticized this year as plenty of reggaetón artists are nominated for plenty of Grammy’s this year.

The Main Categories Of The Night

The Best New Artist nominees for this year are Cazzu, Kurt, Woz, Nathy Peluso, Soy Emilia, Anuel AA, Conociendo Rusia, Nicki Nicole, Pitizion, Mike Bahía, and Rau Alejandro. This list consists of artists from different genres and great artists as well.

Just as diverse as the previous list, the Song of the Year nominees has different artist from different genres as well. The nominees this year are “Bonita” by Juanes y Sebastian Yatra, “For Sale” by Alejandro Sanz & Carlos Vives, “ADMV” by Maluma, “Codo Con Codo” by Jorge Drexler, “El Mismo Aire” by Camilo, “#ELMUNDOFUERA (Improvisacion) by Alejandro Sanz, “Tiburones” by Ricky Martin, “Tutu” by Camilo & Pedro Capó, “Rene” by Residente, “Lo Que En Ti Siento” by Kany García & Nahuel Pennisi and “Tusa” by Karol G y Nicki Minaj.

Lastly, the Album of the Year category has some great artists. The nominees include Oasis by J Balvin & Bad Bunny, Por Primera Vez by Camilo, Colores by J Balvin, YHLQMDLG by Bad Bunny, Pausa by Ricky Martin, Aire (Versión Día) by Jesse & Joy, Mesa Para Dos by Kany García, Un Canto Por México, Vol. 1 by Natalia Lafourcade, La Conquista Del Espacio by Fito Paez, and Cumbiana by Carlos Vives.

When And Where You Can Watch The 2020 Latin Grammy’s

In conclusion, This year the 2020 Latin Grammy Awards will be aired on Univision. The event will begin at 8 p.m. EST on November 19. Do not forget to save this event as it will be a historical night for Latin Music. Filled with A star celebrities and hosts, the 2020 Latin Grammy Awards promises to delight the fans with some joy and great music.

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