With eight nominations going into the 2022 Latin Grammys, Rosala left the ceremony with four awards, including album of the year for “Motomami,” her third studio album.
The 30-year-old was overcome with emotion as she thanked the judges in Spanish while winning the prize. I had to work so hard to make the album “Motomami,” but it has made me so happy. I appreciate your continued support, despite the fact that my music is continually evolving.
Before the awards show ceremony, which was held at the Michelob Ultra Arena at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Spanish singer-songwriter walked the red carpet with her sister and partner, reggaeton star Rauw Alejandro.
The “Hentai” singer acknowledged the “love of my life” throughout her address. She said, “Baby, I love you,” to Alejandro.
Rosalia takes the trophy for “Motomami,” the year’s best record.
On Thursday, Bad Bunny won five Latin Grammys, including best urban music album for “Un Verano Sin Ti.” He wasn’t present.
The reggaeton artist expressed gratitude to the Latin Recording Academy for his accolades and dedicated them to the Dominican Republic on Twitter. And to the artists, producers, dancers, and music video directors of the Dembow movement, he wrote. “This Grammy is yours, thanks for the inspiration.”
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As the best new artist, Angela Alvarez accepts the honor.
Other historical events occurred that evening, such as the 95-year-old Cuban singer-songwriter Angela Alvarez winning best new artist and demonstrating that it is never too late to pursue your dreams “with faith and love.” Alvarez is the oldest musician up for the award show’s best new artist category.
Silvana Estrada, a 25-year-old Mexican vocalist, and she shared the accolade. The teenage singer remarked during her statement that women made up the majority of the nominees for best new artist this year. The victory was already ours.
At the Thursday awards ceremony, Marco Antonio Solis received the 2022 Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year accolade.
Marco Antonio Sols, one of the most renowned singer-songwriters in Latin music, received one of the night’s greatest prizes.
The 2022 Latin Recording Academy Award for Person of the Year was given to the iconic Mexican artist. He sang a medley of his best songs, including “Tu Carcel,” “Se Vea Venir,” and “La Venia Bendita,” after being recognized.
“My heart is overflowing with thanks. In his remarks, Sols remarked, “Congratulations to all the nominations, all the winners, and to everyone who dreams of being up here one day. Maintain your trust. You’ll be up here one day.