The ceremony will feature performances by artists such as Rosalía, Prince Royce, Natti Natasha and more
One of the most important awards in Spanish music is about to be held with great stars, because the
Billboard Latin Music Awards 2021
that will recognize the most outstanding successes of the year and will have important guests at the Watsco Center in Miami, United States.
With nominees such as Bad Buny, Karol G, J Balvin, Becky G, Maluma, Selena Gomez, Camilo, Romeo Santos, Shakira and many others, this edition of the Latin version of Billboard will feature surprises of all kinds while the artists will dazzle from the stage of the campus located at the University of Miami.
Maná will be recognized with the Billboard Icon Award for his long career and the ceremony will be hosted by William Levy, Gaby Espino, Pedro Fernández and Maite Perroni, while Nicky Jam, Farruko, Rosalía with Tokischa, Natti Natasha, Jos Favela, Myke Towers, Prince Royce, among others, will present their music live.
Where to see the 2021 Billboard Latin Music Awards live?
The ceremony will take place on Thursday, September 23 and it will be broadcast completely live on the Telemundo channel starting at 7 pm, with a previous red carpet that will begin at 6 pm. In Mexico, you can see it on the channels:
Total Play – channel 277
Izzi – channel 205 and 912
Sky – channel 415 and 1226
Megacable- channel 214 and 1214
If you do not have pay television, remember that it is possible to follow the updates through social networks, where it is possible to know the winners instantly and you can even generally see the musical presentations live from fan accounts, especially on Twitter.
Artists nominated for the 2021 Billboard Latin Music Awards
This year, Bad Bunny swept the list of nominees by appearing in 13 different categories as Artist and Composer of the Year, highlighting “Dákiti” with Jhay Cortez.
On the other hand, Maluma in 11 categories, J Balvin in 9, Karol G, Anuel and Black Eyed Peas with 8; Los Dos Cardenales, Snoop Dogg with Banda MS for their collaboration of “Qué Curición”, Nicki Minaj for “Tusa”, Kali Uchis, Shakira, Karol G, Rosalía, Selena Gomez, Grupo Firme, Becky G, Romeo Santos, Camilo, Reik and more; check out the full list here.