The Cuban singer Camila Cabello congratulated this Wednesday through her social networks Yotuel Romero, one of the singers of “Patria y Vida”, nominated in two categories for the Latin Grammy Awards 2021.
Cabello assured that “Patria y Vida”, cataloged the new anthem of Cuban freedom is his song of the year, referring to one of the nominations for the song.
“Yotuel Congratulations brother! Patria y Vida is my song of the year, “wrote the Cuban singer in an Instagram story where she tagged Romero.
It is worth mentioning that yesterday the Academy announced the songs nominated this year to receive the award at the ceremony that will take place in the city of Las Vegas on November 18.
The musical theme “Patria Y Vida” was nominated in two categories, Song of the Year and Best Urban Song, the same ones that have caused excitement in the social networks of artists, politicians and the Cuban population.
So far, “Patria y Vida” Performed by Yotuel Romero, Descemer Bueno, Gente de Zona, El Funky and Maykel Osorbo, the latter political prisoner in Cuba for his stance against the regime, is running to be the favorite to obtain the award in those categories.
Willy Chirino also celebrated the nomination of “Homeland and Life”
It is worth mentioning that, this Wednesday, the Cuban singer-songwriter Willy Chirino was also moved by the nomination by the Academy for “Homeland and Life” which in his opinion “changed the course of history in Cuba.”
“My congratulations to all who participated in” Patria y Vida “, that song that changed the course of history in Cuba, nominated for the Grammy. Hopefully he wins them as he deserves. Thank you! ”, Said the interpreter of“ Que se vayan ya ”in a video posted on his Instagram account.
It should be noted that, “Patria y Vida” competes in the category as best Song of the Year with the songs, “A tu lado” (Paula Arenas), “Sometimes” (Electric Diamond), “Agua” (J Balvin), “Beautiful song” (Carlos Vives and Ricky Martin), “God so wanted it” (Ricardo Montaner and Juan Luis Guerra), “Hawaii” (Maluma), “My guitar” (Javier Limón, Juan Luis Guerra and Nella), ” Let our love be known ”(Mon Laferte and Alejandro Fernández). “If you had wanted” (Pablo Alboran), “All of you” (Rauw Alejandro ”) and“ Rich life ”(Camilo).
While, as “Best Urban Song”, he is competing with “A fuego” (Farina), “Agua” (Tainy & J Balvin), “Dákiti” (Bad Bunny and Jhay Cortez) and “La curiosidad” (Myke Towers) .
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