Jesse & Joy receives two nominations for the Premios Juventud 2022

The Mexican duo Jesse & Joy received two nominations for the 2022 Youth Awards as Favorite Group or Duo of the Year and Best Regional Mexican Fusion and whose award ceremony will take place on July 21.

This has been a good year for the duet, since they are immersed in their Clichés tour with which they tour various points in the Mexican Republic, in addition to adding two nominations for these awards to be held in Puerto Rico.

In addition to its nomination for Favorite Duo, the group competes in the shortlist for Best Fusion for “Ella que te dio”, a song that she performs as a duet with Ángela Aguilar, one of the greatest female exponents within the genre.

The nominations were announced this Tuesday during the broadcast of “Despierta América” by Univisión and through the social networks of the awards. As usual, the public will start voting now to choose their favorites, it was indicated in a press release.

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