J Balvin, Bad Bunny and Ozuna lead the nominations for the Latin Grammy 2020

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J Balvin, Bad Bunny and Ozuna are the main candidates in the 21st edition of the Latin Grammy Awards. The Colombian singer leads with 13 nominations, including nominations for best album of the year and best recording. Ricky Martin, Carlos Vives and Fito Páez are among the other nominees, among which Spanish artists such as Rosalía, Aitana, Pablo Alborán, Amaia and Alejandro Sanz also stand out.

The Puerto Rican singers Bad Bunny and Ozuna are the next to have the most nominations, with nine and eight respectively. Both J Balvin and Bad Bunny share a nomination for the best album of the year for the album ‘Oasis’, in addition to being candidates for their own studio work, ‘Colores’ and ‘YHLQMDLG’.

The other nominees are Camilo for ‘Por primera vez’, Kany García for ‘Mesa para dos’, Jesse & Joy for’ Aire (Day version) ‘, Natalia Lafourcade for’ Un canto por México vol. 1 ‘, Ricky Martin for’ Pausa ‘, Fito Páez for’ The conquest of space ‘and Carlos Vives for’ Cumbiana ‘.

J Balvin and Bad Bunny are also opting for the award for the best recording of the year for ‘China’, a song in which they share credit with Anuel AA, Daddy Yankee, Karol G and Ozuna. On the other hand, the Colombian singer also aspires to the award with ‘Rojo’, while the Puerto Rican artist is a solo candidate with ‘Vete’.

Among the other candidates are Pablo Alborán for ‘When you are here’, Bajofondo ft. Cuareim 1080 by ‘Solari Yacumenza’, Camilo ft. Pedro Capó for ‘Tutu’, Kany García and Nahuel Pennisi for ‘What I see in you’, Karol G and Nicki Minaj for ‘Tusa’, Residente for ‘René’ and Alejandro Sanz for ‘Contigo’.

The candidates for the best song of the year are ‘ADMV’, by Maluma; ‘Bonita’, by Juanes and Sebastián Yatra; ‘Elbow with elbow’, by Jorge Drexler; ‘The same air’, by Camilo; ‘For Sale’, by Alejandro Sanz and Carlos Vives; ‘#ElMundoFuera (Improvisation)’, by Alejandro Sanz; ‘What I see in you’, by Kany García and Nahuel Pennisi; ‘René’, as Resident; ‘Sharks’, by Ricky Martin; ‘Tusa’, by Karol G and Nicki Minaj, and ‘Tuto’ by Camilo ft. Pedro Capó.

Aitana is a candidate for the best pop vocal album for ‘Spoiler’, while Rosalía is a candidate for two Latin Grammys for ‘Yo x Ti, Tú x Mí’, a song that she sang with Ozuna and which is nominated for the best urban fusion / performance. the best urban song. For her part, Amaia has been nominated for her song A Return to the Sun in the category of Best Long Format Music Video.

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