Long-time Latin Grammy darlings Alejandro Sanz and Juan Luis Guerra headlined the list of nominees unveiled Wednesday with four nods each. The two superstars will battle Jorge Drexler, an Oscar-winning Uruguayan singer/songwriter, and Mexican vocalist.
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The rest of the nominations spanned the Latin Recording Academy's multitude of genres from across Spain and the Americas, with three nods each to Camila, reggaeton star Daddy ... "Las Calles," and Drexler for "Una Cancion Me Trajo Hasta Aqui" are in.
In 2010, he won a best folk album Latin Grammy for Tesoros de la Música Venezolana. The Buenos Aires-born Heredia, 70, came to prominence in 1967 when the Cosquín Folk Festival featured his song “Para Cobrar Altura.” The artist’s 1986 concept album.
BRIDGEPORT -- If you plan to attend this year's Puerto Rican festival, it's going to cost you. For the first time in 19 years, the Puerto Rican Parade of Fairfield County will charge $5 for its annual festival on July 8. "It's long overdue," said.
The singer moved to Colombia in 2010 and started the climb back up the musical ladder ... Now just a couple of months into 2017 the reggaeton singer has already hit significant professional and personal heights, including nine Billboard Latin Music.
The reggaeton group Calle 13's new album ... “Vamo’ A Portarnos Mal”, con un sabroso merengue que es territorio nuevo para la banda. Ambas canciones han recibido buena porción de críticas. Se dice que es el material más flojo de la banda.
For starters, Rodriguez has booked reggaeton artists Jowell and Randy to headline on ... After her husband died in September 2010, she decided to turn Viva Broward over to Rodriguez, who was running his own production company. She is optimistic about.
Keeping it all in the family are Puerto Rican group Calle 13, comprised of stepbrothers René Perez (Residente) and José Cabra Martinez (Visitante) and half sister Illeana Cabrera Joglar (PG-13) Calle 13, starting in the rising reggaeton scene.
In case you were wondering, Shak's most popular video on her VEVO YouTube channel is "Waka Waka" (This Time For Africa," song she released for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The last album the Colombian songstress dropped was two years ago with "Shakira.