As reported on Thursday by the Billboard organization, those are the artists confirmed so far at the gala to be held at the Watsco Center at the University of Miami and will be broadcast live on Telemundo.
The gala will be preceded by Billboard’s Latin Music Week, which returns to Miami from September 20 to 25 to analyze the state of the music industry and make exclusive presentations, workshops, events and field experiences for the consumer.
In addition to acting, Natasha, Royce, Nodal, Reik, Alejandro and Towers are finalists in some of the award categories.
The urban music star Bad Bunny is the great favorite of the next Billboard Latin Music Awards 2021 with 22 nominations, while Maluma, J Balvin and Karol G compete in eleven, nine and eight categories, respectively.
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Bad Bunny makes history with his albums The last tour of the world, YHLQMDLG and The ones that were not going to leave, with which he achieved 22 nominations, including Artist of the Year and Top Latin Album of the Year, and six mentions for his song Dakiti.
Colombian Maluma accumulates eleven nominations with his album Papi Juancho, six of them for the theme Hawaii which he shares with the Canadian The Weeknd.
J Balvin won nine nominations for his work with the Black Eyed Peas Rhythm (Bad Boys for Life) and is also a finalist in the categories of Artist and Composer of the Year.
Colombian Karol G won eight nominations, including five for the song Cob, in which he shares a microphone with Nicki Minaj.
Puerto Rican Anuel AA equals Karol G with eight nominations thanks to his album Emmanuel and will compete with Bad Bunny, Maluma, Balvin and Ozuna for the Artist of the Year award.
The stars of the Mexican regional were not far behind this year. Eslabón Armado made the contender list for three albums Cut Veins, Your Deadly Poison and Night vibes– with which you are opting for prizes in seven categories.
Sergio Lizárraga’s Banda MS aspires to four awards, including Regional Mexican Song of the Year for What a damn, in which the American Snoop Dogg participates.