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2021 Latin AMAs Nominations



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The Latin American Music Awards 2021 nominees have been selected by fans for various categories airing April 15, 2021, live from the BB&T Center.

To honor the most influential Latin artists, there are 25 categories, including pop, urban, tropical, regional Mexican, and the newly added virtual concert. One of the most desirable awards of the night is the new artist of the year. Newbies Camilo, Eslabon Armado, Los Dos Carnales, Myke Towers, Natanael Cano, and Raul Alejando are in the running for 2021.

The Colombian artists Karol G. and J Blavin are in the lead with nine nominations each. Both stars are up for artist of the year, along with Bad Bunny, Christian Nodal, Maluma, Sech, and four others.

Bad Bunny is running with eight nominations, including categories’ artist, song, and social collaboration of the year. Ozuna follows with seven nominations, including artist and collaboration of the year, favorite video, and virtual concert.

Other top nominees for awards are Anuel AA with six nominations, including album of the year and favorite artist male and urban. Also, Camilo with six, including favorite artist pop and favorite album pop.

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On the other hand, Kali Uchis, the Colombian American artist, landed her first Latin AMAs nomination in the category favorite pop album. While Snoop Dogg, Doja Cat, Nicki Minaj, Carrie Underwood, and Sia are listed in the crossover artists up for their first Latin AMAs recognized for collaborations with Latin artists.

With the party coming soon, the Latin AMAs introduced the new category favorite virtual concert of the year. The nominees are based on vital fan interactions with music, including the following: sales, airplay, streaming, and social activity tracked by Billboard’s data partners during the periods of Jan. 17 through Jan. 21, 2021.

The 2021 Latin AMAs hosted by Jacqueline Bracamontes will air live from the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Fla., on April 15, 2021, at 7.p.m. ET. The sixth annual ceremony will be broadcast on Telemundo. Also, the red-carpet pre-show will follow the awards show at 8 p.m. ET.

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