Second edition “Premios Tu Música Urbano” will be March 5, 2020 in P.Rico

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Second edition "Premios Tu Música Urbano" will be March 5, 2020 in P.Rico The Puerto Rican singer Ozuna poses during the gala of the Tu Música Urbano Awards, this Thursday, in San Juan (Puerto Rico). EFE / Archive

 San Juan, .- The second edition of the “Premios Tu Música Urbano”, dedicated exclusively to this musical genre, will take place on March 5, 2020 at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico, in San Juan, the producers of the show, Mr & Mrs Entertainment / Sora TV.

In the first edition, which was dedicated to the Puerto Rican reggaeton Daddy Yankee, there were presentations of this one, Wisin y Yandel, Ozuna, Ivy Queen, Zion and Lennox, Natti Natasha, Farruko, Pedro Capó, Anitta and Tito “El Bambino”.

Ozuna led the nominations for the first edition with 19 and was also the top winner, with six awards.

Ozuna won the awards for Artist of the Year, Male Urban Artist, Album of the Year for “Aura”, Remix of the Year for “Te boté”, International Collaboration of the Year for “Vaina loca” with the Colombian Manuel Turizo and Video of the Year for “El Farsante” with the Dominican Romeo Santos.

In the remix of “Te boté”, Puerto Ricans Bad Bunny, Nicky Jam, Casper Mágico, Darell and Nio García also appear.
Daddy Yankee, meanwhile, received three awards, the Humanitarian of the Year Award, International Songwriter of the Year and Song of the Year for “Hard”.

Natti Natasha, for her part, was awarded as a Female Foreign Artist, Foreign Artist Song for “Sin Pajama” with Becky G, whose song also won Best International Urban Video.
Seven other artists were also recognized at the gala this Thursday for his career: Wisin y Yandel, Ivy Queen, Vico C, Zion and Lennox, Tego Calderón, Tito “El Bambino” and Don Omar.
However, Vico C, Tego Calderón and Don Omar did not attend the event.

The transmission of the first edition of the awards was in charge of Telemundo and managed to be seen in 52 countries.
The musical show also grants a musical scholarship to students of the Escuela Libre de Música de San Juan.

During the first years of the genre, which was born in the most marginalized and poor sectors of Puerto Rico with Caribbean influences and European electronic sounds, it was known as “underground”, since the theme of the songs always referred to sex and violence street

Despite the fact that the “underground” and later the reggaeton were hugely successful, they also provoked some social protest by the aggressiveness and sexual content of their lyrics, and even came to demand, with relative success, the withdrawal of certain discs from the stores.

Despite this limitation, the reguetoneros joined and changed the style of their songs so that people of all ages could accept them and continue highlighting the musical rhythm.EFE

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