The Colombians Camilo, Karol G and Shakirawith seven nominations each one, are the artists with the most prize options in the Latin Grammy 2023which will also be attended as great favorites by the Argentine Bizarrewith six, or Spanish Pablo Alboranwith five.
Five are also the number of candidacies accumulated by the Puerto Rican Bad BunnyArgentina Maria Becerrathe Colombian Feid and the Mexican Natalia Lafourcadeas revealed this Tuesday by the Latin Recording Academy in a broadcast from Seville, also the venue this year for its grand gala on November 16.
There are more Spaniards on the list, such as Alejandro Sanzthe national artist who has the most of these awards and who will compete this year as a candidate in two categories, the same as the Canarian rapper Quevedo and the Murcian band Arde Bogotá, ahead of other figures as important as Rosalia, Manuel Carrasco either Vanesa Martinwith a candidacy.
Especially close will be the category of record of the yearwith 11 candidates, including It’s not that I miss youof Christina Aguilera; Road and blanketby Pablo Alborán; let me cry for youby Paula Arenas with Jesús Navarro; Shakira: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53by Bizarrap with Shakira, and If you love meby Fonseca and Juan Luis Guerra.
They complete that list While I heal from my heart by Karol G, Of all the flowers by Natalia Lafourcade, Brown eyes from Lasso, The formula of Maluma and Mark Anthony, Desperate of Rosalia and finally, roadrunner by Alejandro Sanz with Danny Ocean.
As Album of the year could rise The fourth sheetby Pablo Alborán; Blindlyby Paula Arenas; From inside to outsideby Camilo; Fourteenthby Andrés Cepeda; Daily lifeof Juanes; Tomorrow will be niceby Karol G; Of all the flowersby Natalia Lafourcade; playof Ricky Martin; Eadda9223of Fito Paezand Escalona had never been recorded like thisof Carlos Vives.
For its part, the candidacy of best flamenco album includes Pure bloodby Israel Fernández, On the tangentby Diego Guerrero, Complaints of a criminalof Omar Montes, Camino, by Niña Pastori and Torque is prohibitedby Juanfe Pérez.
“This group of creators reflects the musical excellence and richness of Latin music and we hope to be able to celebrate them during Latin Grammy Week in Seville, which will be a truly historic moment for our organization,” highlighted Manuel Abud, CEO of the Latin Recording Academy, during the presentation of the nominees from the Real Alcázar of Seville.