Cuban singer Camila Cabello He was nominated for the Latin Grammy Award at number 24 for his first music career.
This Tuesday, the official list of artists nominated for the new list of awards was published, which for the first time will be celebrated outside the United States, the ceremony will take place in Seville on November 16 next year.
Camila Cabello He is among the Cubans nominated in this edition of the awards competition.
Other Cubans who took part in this important event are Pablo Milanes, Chucho Valdez, Paquito D’Rivera, Omara Portuondo, Septeto Santiagero, Renesimo Avich and Yotuel, as well as all the participants in the documentary “Patria and Life: The Power of Music”.
Chucho Valdez and Paquito D’Rivera won Best Latin/Jazz Album with their album I Missed You Too!.
Nominees for best tropical song include Camila Cabello and Camilo’s collaboration “Ambulancia,” as well as “Día de luz,” the first single from Pablo Milanes’ follow-up album.
Best Traditional Tropical Album nominees included Septeto Santiaguero with Y Sigo Pa’lante; Omara Portuondo por Vida; Dances from Orquesta Faílde y Tierra de Estrella Acosta. Also includes Septeto Acarey, founded in Peru by Cuban Reinier Perez with En Tiempo De Son… Homenaje A Las Canciones. Author: Jorge Luis Piloto.
In this edition of the Latin Grammys, we highlight international artists Shakira, Karol G and Camilo, who each have six nominations.
This year the Latin Grammy ceremony will move to Spain. The event will be celebrated at the Palace of Congresses and Exhibitions of Seville, and this will be the first time that the gala will be held outside the United States.
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