The 30th edition of the Lo Nuestro Awards will pay tribute to Gloria and Emilio Estefan for their long career and their efforts to spread Latino culture and music, the Spanish network Univision, organizers of the gala, announced today.
The singer and the musical producer will be the object of a tribute at these awards to be held in Miami on February 22, and in which they will be recognized for their “songs that traveled the world and opened the door to new generations”, according to to a statement from the chain.
The “powerful couple of spouses Emilio and Gloria Estefan”, who between them have received 12 of these awards, will be the spearhead of a “historic evening” in which the most popular and outstanding artists of Latin music will be celebrated. the last 30 years, according to the chain.
The Puerto Ricans Wisin and Yandel, who this week announced that they will embark on a world tour and present several musical productions, have also confirmed their participation in the stage of American Airlines in Miami, venue of the gala, and will perform their greatest successes and ” new songs that will start their tour “.
The Colombian singer J Balvin will perform that night his most recent single, “Machika”, along with the Brazilian Anitta and the producer and singer-songwriter Jeon, in this special gala in which Alejandro Fernández, Ricardo Montaner, Banda MS, have also confirmed their participation. Untouchable, 21st floor, Natalia Jiménez and Silvestre Dangond, among others.
Univision had previously announced the performance at this ceremony of Maluma, Ozuna, Bad Bunny, Romeo Santos and Olga Tañón, the latter winner of 30 Premios Lo Nuestro and will be part of a moment “that will celebrate the power and beauty of diversity Women’s”.
Traditionally a gala in which the winners are decided by popular vote, this year at the Lo Nuestro Awards there will be no awards or a list of nominees and will “bestow recognition and applaud, without nominations, the greatest Latin artists of all time “, according to spokespersons of the chain.
During the gala, historical moments of these awards will be recreated and will offer “a modern look at the evolution of Latin music for three decades and highlight the new generation of current artists,” reported from Univision. (efeusa)