MIAMI— Shakira competes three times in the song of the year category Latin Grammyaccording to nominations announced Tuesday morning online by The Latin Recording Academy.
The Colombian superstar is nominated for “Acrostico”, “Shakira: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53” with Argentine producer Bizarrap and his collaboration with Karol G “TQG”. After her dazzling participation in the MTV Video Music Awards and a whole series of awards received throughout the year, Shakira has great chances of adding a Latin Grammy to the 11 she already has, the most recent for her album “El Dorado” by 2017.
The category of song of the yearwhich rewards composers, is completed by “Amigos” by Pablo Alboran with Maria Becerra, “Of all the flowers” by Natalia Lafourcade“She dances alone” performed by Armed Link and Featherweight“NASA” by Camilo and Alejandro Sanz“Brown Eyes” by lasso“If you love me” performed by Fonseca and Juan Luis Guerraand “un x100to” performed by Frontera Group and Bad Bunny.
In the category of record of the year also figure Shakira with his “music session” with Bizarrap. It will be measured with “It’s not that I miss you” of Christina Aguilera“Road and Blanket” by Alboran“Let me cry for you” by Paula Arenas with Jesus Navarro“If you love me” by Fonseca and Guerra“While I heal my heart” by Karol G“Of all the flowers” by Lafourcade“Brown Eyes” by lasso“The formula” of Maluma and Mark Anthony“Despha” by Rosalia and “Correcaminos” by Alejandro Sanz with Danny Ocean.
The prize of Album of the year will be decided between “The fourth sheet” of Alboran“Blindly” by Sands“From the inside out” by Camilo“Fourteenth” of Andres cepeda“Everyday life” by Juanes“Tomorrow will be nice” by Karol G“Of all the flowers” by Lafourcade“Play” Ricky Martin“Eadda9223″ Fito Paezand “Escalona had never been recorded like this” by Carlos Vives.
Total, Shakira is tied for the most nominated artist with seven nominations along with Camilo and Karol G. They follow them closely Alboran, Bad Bunny, Becerra, Feid and Lafourcadeall with five.
The Latin Recording Academy announced via streaming its nominees for the 24th annual Latin Grammy Awards.
In the brand new category of composer of the year Edgar Barrera, Kevyn Mauricio Cruz aka Keityn, Felipe Gonzalez Abad, Manuel Lorente Freire, Horacio Palencia and Elena Rose will compete.
Barrera, producer and composer famous for his work with artists such as Madonna, Karol G, Peso Pluma, Shakira, Grupo Frontera and more, leads the general list of nominees for the Latin Grammy 2023 with 13 mentions, although in his case several are for his work behind the console. While last year he was one nomination below the overall top nominee, Bad Bunny, this year Barrera claims the top spot without anyone on his heels.
Barrera is nominated for best pop song, recording, album and producer of the year and has two nominations as a composer in the song of the year category for “NASA” and “un x100to.” He also has three mentions in the best tropical song category for “Ambulance” by Camilo and Camila Cabello“The Merengue” by Marshmello and Manuel Turizo“The Formula” of Maluma and Marc Anthonyand three in the best regional song for “Alaska” by Camilo and Grupo Firme“The Next” by Kany Garcia and Christian Nodal and “an X100th”. Previously, he has been awarded 18 Latin Grammys.
Keityn has seven nominations and the Argentine producer Bizarre six.
This year the categories of best singer-songwriter song and best urban performance in Portuguese will also debut.
The revealing category best new artist includes various countries and genres represented by Borja from Spain, Conexion Divina from the United States, Ana Del Castillo from Colombia, Natascha Falcão from Brazil, Gale from Puerto Rico, Paola Guanche from the United States, Joaquina from Venezuela, Leon Leiden from Mexico, Mareh from Colombia, and Timø from Colombia.
“This group of creators reflects the musical excellence and richness of Latin music and we look forward to celebrating them during Latin Grammy Week in Seville, which will be a truly historic moment for our organization,” said Manuel Abud, general director of the Latin Academy. of the Recording.
The Latin Grammy is awarded by music industry professionals from various genres and creative fields, including artists, composers, producers, and recording and mixing engineers.
The eligibility period for this award ceremony was from June 1, 2022 to May 31, 2023. All songs considered for nominations must be new and have a minimum percentage of the lyrics (51%) in Spanish, Portuguese or in any regional autochthonous dialect. The final round of voting to select the Latin Grammy winners will begin on September 29.
The 24th Annual Latin Grammy Awards will take place on November 16 at the Palace of Congresses and Exhibitions (FIBES), in Seville, Spain. The broadcast will be broadcast on Univision in the United States and Radio Television Espanola in Spain. Other international broadcast partners will be announced soon.
Prior to the televised ceremony, the ceremony of The Latin Grammy Premiere in which the winners in most categories will be announced.