Thursday , February 25 2021

Latin Grains Winners List

Full list of winners Grammy Latin, In its 19th edition, which was released Thursday in Las Vegas.


– Year of the year: "Telephony", Jorge Drexler.
– Album of the Year: "Mexico Forever!", Luis Miguel.
– Song of the Year: "Telephony", Jorge Drexler, composer (Jorge Drexler).
– The Newest Artist: Carol G


– Contemporary Contemporary Pop Album: "F.A.M.E.", Maluma.
In a traditional pop-up vocal album: "Feel yourself," Laura Pausini.


Fuse / Urban Commentary: "Malamente", Rosalía.
– Municipal music album: "Vibras", J Balvin.
– Urban Song: "Hard", Yankee Father, Urban Mota Sedino, Juan Rivera Vasquez and Luis Jorge Romero, Composers (Father Yankee).


Rock album: "Expectations", Bonbury.
-Best Rock / Album: "Lightning Geometry", Manolo García.
– The Best Rock Song: "Tu Vida mi Vida", Phyto Paz, Composer (Phyto Paz).


-Best Alternative Music Album: "Claroscura", Aterciopelados ".
– The most alternative song: "Malamente", Anton Alvarez Alfaro, Pablo Díaz-Reixa and Rosalía, composers (Rosalía).


-Best sauce Album: "25/7", Victor Manuela.
-Best cumbia / vallenato Album: "These are the Life", Silvestre Dangond.
– Contemporary Tropical Album: "Vives", Carlos Vives.
– Traditional tropical album: "A qué – tribute to the Cuban classics", Jose Alberto El Canario and El Septeto Santiaguero.
– The best tropical fusion album: "Like a finger ring", Aymee Nuviola.
– The most tropical song: "Quiero tiempo", Juan Luis Guerra, Juan Carlos Lucas and Victor Manuela, composers (Victor Manuela with Juan Luis Guerra).


– Album singer – songwriter: "Saving ice", Jorge Drexler.

Mexican Regions

-Best ranchera / mariachi Music Album: "Mexico Forever!", Luis Miguel.
-Best Music Album band: "The Flavors I Give", Benda Los Recoditos.
The most Texan debut album: "The Max Punk Ceremony," Rogers and the Latin Ganges.
-Best Norteña Music Album (EMPATE): "Guerra de Poder", Caliber 50. "Los Angeles Exists," Pesado.
– Regional Mexican song: "Probably" Christian Nudel, composer (Christian Nadal).


– Instrumental album: "Identity," Miguel Siso.


– Folk Album: "Mosas (A tribute to Latin American folklore in the hands of Los Macorinus), vol.
-Best Tango Album: "March tanguero", Pedro Giraudo.
-Best album of Flamenco music: "El este del cante", Arcángel.


-Best Latin / jazz jazz album: "Universal Nature", Hermeto Pascoal & Big Band.


-Bast Christian album (in Spanish): "Seventy Seven Times", Potters.
– A Christian album (in Portuguese): "Som de Mina Vida", Fernanda Baron.

Portuguese language

– The most recent pop album in Portuguese: "Nocturne", Anady.
– Rock album or alternative music in Portuguese: "Lenine Em Trânsito", Lenin.
-Best Samba Album / Pagoda: "Love and Music", Maria Rita.
-Best Album of popular Brazilian music: "Caravans", Czech Buarque.
-Best Sertaneja Music Album: "Elas Em Evidências", Chitãozinho & Xororó.
-Best album of music roots in Portuguese: "+ AR", Elmir Sutter & Renato Teixeira.
-Cantion in Portuguese: "Like caravans," Chick Buarque, composer (Chico Buarque).


-Best Latin Music Music for Children: "Imaginare", ClaraLuna.


– Classic music album: "Magical and Mysterious", Claudia Montreux; Jose Manuel Domenech and Claudia Montreux, producers.
– Best piece / contemporary classic ensemble: "Lights and shadows, concert for guitar and string orchestra", Claudia Montreux, composer (Claudia Montreux).


– Better arrangement: "You can see it", Milton Salsado, arranger (Milton Salsado with Amaury Gutiérrez, Carlos Oliva and Michel Puche).

package desgining

– Packaging design: "Different types of light", Carlos sadness, art director (Carlos sadness).


– The best engineering recording for the album: "50 Years Are Playing For You", Rafa Sardina, Engineer; Rafa Saradina, mixer; Eric Bollinger, Master Engineer (Bogota Philharmonic Orchestra).
Producer of the Year: Linda Bricinho.


-Best Music Video short version: "Dad Dentro", Juan; Lionel Hearl and Gregory Ohel, managers; Bert Re and Celine Webber, producers.
-Best Music Video, long version: "En letra de otro", documentary, Pedro Capó; Diego Alvarez, Director; Vicente Solís, producer.

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