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Bad Bunny, Rosalía, and Christina Aguilera Lead the 2022 Latin Grammys Nominations

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The Latin Recording Academy shared its listing of nominees for the 2022 Latin Grammys on Sept. 20. Bad Bunny swept the nominations, netting 10 nods general. His chart-topping album “Un Verano Sin Ti” won nominations for album of the yr and best possible city track album. Rauw Alejandro, Christina Aguilera, and Rosalía additionally won a lot of noms.

At the 2021 Latin Grammys, Colombian singer-songwriter Camilo led the nominations and went house with 4 awards, together with album of the yr. That yr, Bad Bunny additionally made waves with a dramatic fire-heavy performance and won 4 nominations, which marked an important moment for reggaeton. Given the selection of nominations he won for the upcoming display, it is nearly assured he’s going to carry out once more this yr.

The twenty third Latin Grammys air on Nov. 17. Ahead, take a look at all the nominees.

Record of the Year

Christina Aguilera, Becky G, Nicki Nicole feat. Nathy Peluso — “Pa Mis Muchachas”
Pablo Alborán — “Castillos de Arena”
Anitta — “Envolver”
Marc Anthony — “Pa’lla Me Voy”
Bad Bunny and Bomba Estereo — “Ojitos Lindos”
Camilo — “Pegao”
Jorge Drexler and C. Tangana — “Tocarte”
Karol G — “Provenza”
Juan Luis Guerra — “Vale La Pena”
Rosalía and The Weeknd — “La Fama”
Shakira and Rauw Alejandro — “Te Felicito”
Carlos Vives and Camilo — “Baloncito Viejo”

Album of the Year

Christina Aguilera — “Aguilera”
Marc Anthony — “Pa’lla Voy”
Bad Bunny — “Un Verano Sin Ti”
Bomba Estereo — “Deja”
Jorge Drexler — “Tinta y Tiempo”
Elsa y Elmar — “Ya No Somos Los Mismo”
Fonseca — “Viajante”
Rosalía — “Motomami”
Alejandro Sanz — “Sanz”
Sebastián Yatra — “Dharma”

Song of the Year

Ricky Martin feat. Reik — “A Veces Bien y a Veces Mal”
Daddy Yankee, Rauw Alejandro, and Nile Rodgers — “Agua”
Carlos Vives and Camilo — “Baloncito Viejo”
Fonseca — “Besos en La Frente”
Carla Morrison — “Encontrarme”
Rosalía — “Hentai”
Camilo and Evaluna Montaner — “Índigo”
Christina Aguilera, Becky G, Nicki Nicole feat. Nathy Peluso — “Pa Mis Muchachas”
Karol G — “Provenza”
Sebastián Yatra — “Tacones Rojos”
Jorge Drexler and C. Tangana — “Tocarte”

Best New Artist

Angela Álvarez
Sofía Campos
Cande y Paulo
Clarissa
Silvana Estrada
Pol Granch
Nabález
Tiare
Vale
Yahritza y Su Esencia
Nicole Zignago

Field 1 – Pop

Best Pop Vocal Album

Elsa y Elmar — “Ya No Somos Los Mismos”
Kany García — “Amor Que Merecemos”
Jesse & Joy — “Clichés”
Carla Morrison — “El Renacimiento”
Sebastian Yatra — “Dharma”

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album

Christina Aguilera — “Aguilera”
Fonseca — “Viajante”
Marta Gómez — “Filarmónico 20 Años”
Kurt — “La Vida”
Sin Bandera — “Frecuencia”

Best Pop Song

Carlos Vives and Camilo — “Baloncito Viejo”
Fonseca — “Besos en los angeles Frente”
Camilo and Evaluna Montaner — “Índigo”
Jorge Drexler — “La Guerrilla de los angeles Concordia”
Sabastian Yatra — “Tacones Rojos”

Field 2 – Urban

Best Urban Fusion/Performance

Christina Aguilera, Nicki Nicole, Becky G feat. Nathy Peluso — “Pa Mis Muchanas”
Christina Aguilera and Ozuna — “Santo”
Aventura, Bad Bunny — “Volví”
Bad Bunny — “Titi Me Pregunto”
Residente Featuring Ibeyi — “This Is Not America”

Best Reggaeton Performance

Rauw Alejandro and Chencho Corleone — “Desesperados”
Anitta — “Envolver”
Bad Bunny — “Yonaguni”
Bizarrap & Nicky Jam — “Nicky Jam: BZRP Music Sessions, Vol. 41”
Tainy, Bad Bunny, and Julieta Venegas — “Lo Siento BB:/”

Best Urban Music Album

Akapellah — “Respira”
Rauw Alejandro — “Trap Cake Vol. 2”
Arcangel — “Los Favoritos 2.5”
Bad Bunny — “Un Verano Sin Ti”
Maria Becerra — “Animal”

Best Rap/Hip Hop Song

Akapellah — “Amor”
Santiago Ruiz, Brian Taylor, and Trueno — “Dance Crip”
Bad Bunny — “De Museo”
Phanlon Anton Alexander, Geovanny Andrades Andino, Daddy Yankee, and Lito MC Cassidy — “El Gran Robo, Pt. 2”
Farina — “Freestyle 15”

Best Urban Song

Rauw Alejandro and Chencho Corleone — “Desperados”
Tainy, Bad Bunny, and Julieta Venegas — “Lo Siento BB:/”
Becky G and Karol G — “Mamiii”
Nicky Jam — “Ojos Rojos”
Bad Bunny — “Titi Me Pregunto”

Field 3 – Rock

Best Rock Album

Marilina Bertoldi — “Mojigata”
Él Mató a un Policía Motorizado — “Unas Vacaciones Raras”
Fito y Fitipaldis — “Cada Vez Cadáver”
La Gusana Ciega — “1021”
Wiplash — “RPDF”

Best Rock Song

Eruca Sativa — “Día Mil”
Bunbury — “Esperando Una Señal”
Vetusta Morla — “Finisterre”
Fito Paez — “Lo Mejor De Nuestras Vidas”
Molotov – “No Olvidamos”
WOS — “Que Se Mejoren”

Best Pop/Rock Album

Babasónicos — “Trinchera”
Bruses — “Monstruos”
Conociendo Rusia — “La Dirección”
Fito Paez — “Los Anõs Salvajes”
Vetusta Morla — “Cable a Tierra”

Best Pop/Rock Song

WOS — “Arrancarmelo”
Carlos Vives and Fito Páez — “Babel”
Babasónicos — “Bye Bye”
Conociendo Rusia — “Disfraz”
Elsa y Elmar y Bruses — “Qué Voy a Hacer Conmigo???”

Field 4 – Alternative

Best Alternative Music Album

Afro-Andean Funk — “The Sacred Leaf”
Arca — “Kick II”
Bomba Estéreo — “Deja”
Clix — “El Disko”
Rosalía — “Motomami”

Best Alternative Song

Ca7riel — “Bad Bitch”
Siddhartha — “00:00”
Bomba Estéro and Yemi Alade – “Conexión Total”
WOS feat. Ricardo Mollo — “Culpa”
Jorge Drexler — “El Día Que Estrenaste El Mundo”
Rosalía — “Hentai”

Field 5 – Tropical

Best Salsa Album

Alexander Abreu y Havana D’Primera — “Será Qe Se Acabó”
Marc Anthony — “Pa’lla Voy”
Luis Figueroa — “Luis Figueroa”
Luisito Ayala y La Puerto Rican Power — “Y Te Lo Dice”
Víctor Manuelle — “Lado A Lado B”

Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album

Checo Acosta — “Clásicos de Mi Cumbia”
Jean Carlos Centeno y Ronal Urbina — “Feliz Aniversario”
La Santa Cecilia — “Quiero Verte Feliz”
Felipe Peláez — “El De Siempre”
Zona 8 R and Rolando Ochoa — “Yo Soy Colombia”

Best Merengue/Bachata Album

Hector Acosta El Torito — “Este Soy Yo”
Elvis Crespo — “Multitudes”
Juan Luis Guerra — “Entre Mar y Palmeras”
Milly Quezada — “Resistirá”
Olga Tañón — “Tañón Pal’ Combo Es Lo Que Hay”

Best Traditional Tropical Album

Renesito Avich — “Café Con Cariño”
Chabuco — “Chabuco Desde El Teatro Colón De Bogota”
Gonzalo Rubalcaba y Aymée Nuviola — “Gonzalo Rubalcaba y Aymée Nuviola Live”
Septeto Nacional Ignacio Piñeiro — “Gran Combo Pa’ Rato”
Leoni Torres — “Canten”

Best Contemporary Tropical Album

Jorge Luis Chacín — “El Mundo Está Loco”
Gente De Zona — “De Menor a Mayor”
Marissa Mur — “All Inclusive”
Pavel Nuñez — “Tropico”
Carlos Vives — “Cumbiana II”

Best Tropical Song

Kany García — “Agüita e Coco”
Amaury Gutiérrez — “El Malecón Vio el Final”
Carlos Vives, Sin Ánimo De Lucro, JBot, and Tuti — “El Parrandero (Masters en Parranda)”
Luis Figueroa — “Fiesta Contingo”
Marc Anthony — “Mala”

Field 6 – Singer-Songwriter

Best Singer-Songwriter Album

Caloncho — “Malvadisco”
Jorge Drexler — “Tinta y Tiempo”
El David Aguilar — “Agendas Vencidas”
Silvana Estrada — “Marchita”
Alex Ferreira — “En Lo Que Llega La Primavera”
Pedro Guerra — “El Viaje”

Field 7 – Regional-Mexican

Best Ranchero/Mariachi Album

Ángela Aguilar — “Mexicana Enamorada”
Majo Aguilar — “Mi Herencia, Mi Sangre”
Mariachi Sol de Mexico de José Hernández — “40 Aniversario Embajadores Del Mariachi”
Christian Nodal — “EP #1 Forajido”
Marco Antonio Solís — “Qué Ganas De Verte”

Best Banda Album

Banda El Recodo De Cruz Lizárraga — “Esta Vida Es Muy Bonita”
Banda Fortuna — “Va De Nuevo”
Banda Los Recoditos — “Me Siento A Todo Dar”
Banda Los Sebastianes — “Sin Miedo Al Éxito” (Deluxe)
Chiquis — “Abeja Reina”

Best Tejano Album

El Plan — “Despreciado”
Grupo Alamo — “Camino Al Progreso”
Isabel Marie — “Una Ilusión”
Destiny Navaira — “Dime Cómo Se Siente”
Bobby Pulido — “Para Que Baile Mi Pueblo”

Best Norteño Album

Bronco — “Bienvenida La Vida”
Los Tigres Del Norte — “La Reunión”
Los Tucanes De Tijuana — “Corridos Felones”
Pesado — “Estas Se Acompañan Con Cerveza”
Yahritza y Su Esencia — “Obsessed”

Best Regional Song

Ángela Aguilar — “Ahí Donde Me Ven”
Grupo Firme y Maluma — “Cada Quien”
Eden Muñoz — “Chale”
Matisse, Carin León — “Como Lo Hice Yo”
Christina Aguilera and Christian Nodal — “Cuando Me Dé La Gana”
Mireya Featuring Flor de Toloache, Roman Rojas, and Jorge Glem — “Nunca Te Voy A Olvidar”
Christian Nodal — “Vivo En El 6”

Field 8 – Instrumental

Best Instrumental Album

C4 Trío — “Back to 4”
Gerry Weil and Orquesta Sinfónica Simón Bolívar — “Gerry Weil Sinfónico”
Grupo Raíces De Venezuela — “Ofrenda”
Hamilton De Holanda — “Maxixe Samba Groove”
Daniela Padrón and Glenda Del E — “Ella”

Field 9 – Traditional

Best Folk Album

Paulina Aguirre — “La Tierra Llora”
Eva Ayllón — “Quédate En Casa”
Pedro Aznar — “Flor y Raíz”
Susana Baca — “Palabras Urgentes”
Natalia Lafourcade — “Un Canto Por México – El Musical”
Sandra Mihanovich — “Bendiciones”
Sintesis, X Alfonso, and Eme Alfonso — “Ancestros Sinfónico”

Best Tango Album

Pablo Estigarribia — “Horacio Salgán Piano Transcriptions”
Los Tangueros Del Oeste — “Alma Vieja”
Ricardo Montaner — “Tango”
Pablo Motta Ensamble feat. Franco Luciani — “Milonguero”
Mariana Quinteros — “Tango De Nuevos Ayres”
Spinettango — “Spinettango”

Best Flamenco Album

Carmen Doorá — “Orgánica”
Las Migas — “Libres”
Estrella Morente — “Leo”
Kiki Morente — “El Cante”
María Toledo — “Ranchera Flamenca”

Field 10 – Jazz

Best Latin Jazz/Jazz Album

Antonio Adolfo — “Jobim Forever”
Martin Bejerano — “#CubanAmerican”
Chano Domínguez, Rubem Dantas, and Hamilton De Holanda — “Chabem”
Eliane Elias, Chick Corea, Chucho Valdés — “Mirror Mirror”

Field 11 – Christian

Best Christian Album (Spanish Language)

Aroddy — “Ya Llegó La Primavera”
Athenas — “Alfa y Omega”
Gilberto Daza — “¿Quién Dijo Miedo?”
Jesús Adrián Romero — “¿Cómo Me Ves?”
Marcos Witt — “Vivré”

Best Portuguese Language Christian Album

Antonio Cirilo — “O Samba e o Amor”
Asaph — “Antes Da Terapia”
Clovis — “Epifania”
Bruna Karla – “És Tudo”
Eli Soares — “Laboratório Do Groove”

Field 12 – Portuguese Language

Best Portuguese Language Contemporary Pop Album

Bala Desejo — “Sim Sim Sim”
Gilsons — “Pra Gente Acordar”
Jão — “Pirata”
Marina Sena – “De Primeira”
Luísa Sonza — “Doce 22”

Best Portuguese Language Rock or Alternative Album

Baco Exu Do Blues — “QVVJFA?”
Erasmo Carlos — “O Futuro Pertence À . . . Jovem Guarda”
Criolo — “Sobre Viver”
Lagum — “Memórias (De Onde Eu Nunca Fui)”
Juçara Marçal — “Delta Estácio Blues”

Best Samba/Pagode Album

Nego Alvaro — “Bons Ventos”
Martinho Da Vila — “Mistura Homogênea”
Alfredo Del-Penho, João Cavalcanti, Moyseis Marques e Pedro Miranda — “Desengaiola”
Ludmilla — “Numanice #2”
Péricles — “Céu Lilas”

Best MPB (Musica Popular Brasileira) Album

Chico Chico — “Pomares”
João Donato e Jards Macalé — “Síntese Do Lance”
Liniker — “Indigo Borboleta Anil”
Ney Matogrosso — “Nu Com a Minha Música”
Marisa Monte — “Portas”
Caetano Veloso — “Meu Coco”

Best Sertaneja Music Album

Chitãozinho & Xororó — “Chitãozinho & Xororó Legado”
Gabeu — “Agropoc”
Matheus & Kauan — “Expectativa X Realidade”
Marília Mendonça and Maiara & Maraísa — “Patroas 35%”
Lauana Prado — “Natural”

Best Portuguese Language Roots Album

Mateus Aleluia — “Afrocanto Das Nações”
Banda Pau E Corda feat. Quinteto Violado — “Na Estrada — Ao Vivo”
Luiz Caldas — “Remelexo Bom”
Targino Gondim, Nilton Freittas, Roberto Malvezzi — “Belo Chico”
Áurea Martins — “Senhora Das Folhas”
Iara Rennó — “Oríki”
Alceu Valença — “Senhora Estrada”

Best Portuguese Language Song

Liniker — “Baby 95”
Jão — “Idiota”
Criolo feat. Milton Nascimento — “Me Corte na Boca do Céu a Morte Nāo Pede Perdão”
Caetano Veloso — “Meu Coco”
Marina Sena — “Por Supuesto”
Marisa Monte Featuring Jorge Drexler — “Vento Sardo”

Field 13 – Children’s

Best Latin Children’s Album

Claraluna — “Marakei”
Danilo & Chapis — “Danilo & Chapis, Vol. 2”
Mi Casa Es Tu Casa — “Tarde de Juegos”
Puerto Candelaria — “La Sinfonía De Los Bichos Raros”

Field 14 – Classical

Best Classical Album

Orquesta Sinfónica De Heredia & Eddie Mora — “Brujos”
Eddie Mora and Carlos Chaves — “El Ruido Del Agua”
Erika Ribeiro; Sylvio Fraga & Bernardo Ramos — “Erika Ribero — Ígor Stravinsky, Sofia Gubalidúlina E Hermeto Pascoal”
Berta Rojas and Sebastián Henríquez — “Legado”
Emmanuele Baldini, Pablo Rossi, and Heitor Villa-Lobos — “Villa-Lobos: Complete Violin Sonatas”

Best Classical Contemporary Composition

Juan Arboleda — “Adagio For Strings, a Mother’s Love”
Sergio Assad — “Anido’s Portrait: I. Chacarera”
Jimmy López Bellido, Houston Symphony Orchestra feat. Andrés Orozco-Estrada and Leticia Moreno — “Aurora”
Dimitri Cervo — “Canauê, For Orchestra”
Eddie Mora and Orquesta Sinfónica De Heredia feat. José Arturo Chacón — “Cuatro Haikus”

Best Arrangement

Rosino Serrano, arranger (Armando Manzanero — Eje Ejecutantes de México) — “Llévatela”
Daniel Barón & Henry Villalobos, arrangers (Dani Barón) — “Son de los angeles Loma”
Marco Godoy, arranger (Alondra De La Parra and Buika) — “Adoro”
Paul Rubinstein, arranger (Alondra De La Parra and Pitingo) — “Cururrucucú Paloma”
Fernando Velázquez, arranger (Jorge Drexler) — “El Plan Maestro”

Field 16 – Recording Package

Best Recording Package

Isaura Angulo, Carlos Dussán, Karen Flores, Manuel Garcia-Orozco, Juliana Jaramillo, Ledania & Lido Pimienta, artwork administrators (Petrona Martinez) — “Ancestras”
Pedro Fajardo & Siudy Garrido, artwork administrators (Siudy Garrido Featuring Ismael Fernandez, Manuel Gago, Jose Luis Rodriguez, and Adolfo Herrera) — “Bailaora — Mis Pies Son Mi Voz”
Boa Mistura, artwork director (Leiva) — “Cuando Te Muerdes El Labio (Edición Cerámica”
Carlos Bauer, artwork director (Bananeira Brass Band) — “Feira Livre”
Ferran Echegaray, Viktor Hammarberg, Rosalía, Daniel Sannwald, and Pili Vila, artwork administrators (Rosalía) — “Motomami” (Digital Album)

Field 17 – Production

Cesar J. De Cisneros & Érico Moreira, engineers; Érico Moreira, mixer; Felipe Tichauer, mastering engineer (Érico Moreira) — “Dentro Da Matrix”
Zé Nigro & Gustavo Ruiz, engineers; João Milliet & Rodrigo Sanches, mixers; Felipe Tichauer, mastering engineer (Liniker) — “Indigo Borboleta Anil”
Marcelo Saboia, engineer; Marcelo Saboia, mixer; Andre Dias, mastering engineer (Antonio Adolfo) — “Jobim Forever”
Chris Gehringer, engineer; Jeremie Inhaber, Manny Marroquin, Zach Peraya & Anthony Vilchis, mixers; Chris Gehringer, mastering engineer (Rosalía) — “Motomami”
Julián Bernal, Nico Cotton, Carlitos González, Alberto Hernández, Michel Kuri, Malay, Felipe Mejía, Jv Olivier, Juan Sebastián Parra, Alejandro García Partida & Alan Saucedo, engineers; Julián Bernal, Mikaelin Bluespruce, Raúl López, Lewis Pickett & Harold Sanders, mixers; Julián Bernal & Dave Kutch, mastering engineers (Elsa y Elmar) — “Ya No Somos Los Mismos”

Producer of the Year

Edgar Barrera
Eduardo Cabra
Nico Cotton
Julio Reyes Copello
Tainy

Best Short Form Music Video

Cami — “Mia”
Residente Feat. Ibeyi feat. Lisa-Kaindé Diaz and Naomi Diaz — “This Is Not America”
Guitarricadelafuente — “A Carta Cabal”
Rosalía — “Hentai”
Sin Bandera — “Nadie”
Jorge Drexler feat. C. Tangana — “Tocarte”

Best Long Form Music Video

Siudy Garrido — “Bailaora — Mis Pies Son Mi Voz”
Natalia Lafourcade — “Hasta La Raíz: El Documental”
Rosalía — “Motomami” (Rosalía TikTok Live Performance)
Romeo Santos — “Romeo Santos: King of Bachata”
Vetusta Morla — “Matria”



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Milan Fashion Week’s Versace Runway Show Ends With Paris Hilton

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At the top of the Versace display all the way through Milan Fashion Week, the truth superstar and DJ wore a brief steel get dressed in her unique crimson colour. While strolling down the runway, Hilton, who’s now 41 years outdated, accessorized her outfit with a crimson veil, fingerless gloves, and a couple of heels that matched her footwear.

Supermodels similar to Bella Hadid, Gigi Hadid, Irina Shayk, and Emily Ratajkowski gave the impression beside her onstage at more than a few issues all the way through the efficiency.

Nicky Hilton, who used to be there to turn her toughen for her brother, sat within the entrance row along numerous different well-known girls, together with Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Graham, Alessandra Ambrosio, and Chloe Cherry.

Hilton’s look at Fashion Week happened simply because the superstar used to be winding down from an excessively eventful summer time.

During her look on Jimmy Kimmel Live! in June, the presenter of the podcast This is Paris published that she were a visitor at Britney Spears’ wedding ceremony. Chelsea Handler used to be the visitor host for that episode.

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Everything Is Connected in “Manifest” Season 4’s Mysterious New Trailer

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Exactly twelve months after Netflix rescued the previous NBC collection “Manifest” from cancellation, the premiere date for the display’s fourth and ultimate season has been unveiled — and the primary trailer has arrived. After a a hit fan marketing campaign, Netflix proved to be without equal saving grace for “Manifest.” Technically, the collection was once canceled in June, however due to the streaming carrier, there shall be a last season — and it is supposedly in contrast to anything else that is come earlier than.

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To ship the sing their own praises with the bang it merits, Netflix is freeing a “super-sized” season four with 20 episodes (to be launched in two portions), wrapping up any and all loose ends left dangling after the airplane crash drama’s abrupt season 3 finishing. For the ones taking a look to get caught up, the primary 3 seasons of the hit display are lately on Netflix, and for everybody else in a position to lose themselves in the following bankruptcy, learn on to determine the whole lot you wish to have to learn about Netflix’s plans for the grand finale of “Manifest” — together with when season 4 will after all premiere.



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“Don’t you love New York in the fall? It makes me want to buy school supplies.” A vintage line by way of Tom Hanks in You’ve Got Mail. But in fact, you don’t want to be within the biggest town on Earth or a ’90s rom-com to realize the magic of autumn. All you wish to have is a couple of shoes that can stay you heat in taste all season lengthy!

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