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2021 Latin AMAs Recap



The most influential artists in the Latinx community took home shiny new awards on April 15th from the Latin AMAs. The AMAs hosted by Jacqueline Bracamontes included epic performances by Alaina Castillo, Alejandro Fernández, Ana Bárbara, Cami, Eslabon Armado, Natanael Cano, Nicky Jam, Pitbull, Sofia Reyes, Ricky Martin, and many more.

The night opened with Wisin and Myke Towers inviting Brazilian pop star Anitta and Colombian singer Maluma to perform their remix collaboration to “Mi Nińa.” It began with each performer as solo and ended as all four came together.

2021 LATIN AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS — “Show” — Pictured: Wisin, Maluma, Anitta, and Myke Towers at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, FL on April 15, 2021 — (Photo by: Alexander Tamargo/Telemundo)

Bad Bunny was the man to be last Thursday night as he took home five awards, including artists of the year and album of the year for “YHLQMDLG.” The Puerto Rican rapper also secure strong categories such as favorite male artist, favorite urban artist of the year, and favorite urban album for “Las Que No Vaan A Sala.”

On the other hand, Karol G and Nicki Minaj took home three awards, each including song of the year for their global hit “Tusa.” Speaking of Karol G, she joined Mariah Angeliq in a girl-empowering performance for “El Makinon.” They started on opposite sides of the stage and gradually came closer as they sang the undeniable, body-moving Reggaeton banger.

2021 LATIN AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS — “Show” — Pictured: Mariah Angeliq and KAROL G at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, FL on April 15, 2021 — (Photo by: Alexander Tamargo/Telemundo)

Ozuna follows, taking us on a trip down memory lane, performing some of his nostalgic hits, including “Se Preparó,” “Una Vaina Loca,” and “Dile Que Tu Me Quieres.” After his performance, the Dominican-Puerto Rican artist was presented with the Extraordinary Evolution Award by his grandmother. As one of the most heartfelt moments of the evening, they both became tearful while Ozuna thanked his grandmother or, as he referred, his “mother” or his “everything.” “This angel taught me … that we were born to fight,” Ozuna said.

2021 LATIN AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS — “Show” — Pictured: Ozuna at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, FL on April 15, 2021 — (Photo by: Alexander Tamargo/Telemundo)

Alejandro Fernández received the Icon Award, while Luis Rodríguez “El Puma” was honored with the Legend Award.

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Maluma put on a show-stopping performance with “Tonika” as he incorporated a full band and backup singers dripped in modern traditional dresses and headscarves. As the cherry on top, Ziggy Marley, the son of legendary Bob Marley, joined Ozuna on stage.

Camilo and Los Dos Carnales first performed their norteña collaboration and ended with “Tuyo Y Mío.” Carrie Underwood and David Bisbal took the stage and performed the first-ever live performance of their single “Tears of Gold.”

2021 LATIN AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS — “Show” — Pictured: Maluma and Ziggy Marley at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, FL on April 15, 2021 — (Photo by: Alexander Tamargo/Telemundo)

Below is a complete list of the categories and winners from the 2021 Latin AMAs.

  • Song of the Year – Karol G., Nicki Minaj “Tusa”
  • Favorite Album – Pop – Camilo “Por Primera Vez”
  • Favorite Duo or Group – Eslabon Armado
  • Favorite Artist – Female – Anitta
  • Favorite Song – Tropical – Prince Royce “Carita de Inocente”
  • Favorite Song – Regional Mexican – Natanael Cano “Amor Tumbado”
  • Artist of the Year – Bad Bunny
  • New Artist of the Year – Rauw Alejandro
  • Album of the Year – Bad Bunny “YHLQMDLG”
  • Favorite Artist – Male – Bad Bunny
  • Favorite Artist – Pop – Shakira
  • Favorite Song – Pop – Shakira & Anuel AA “Me Gusta”
  • Favorite Solo Artist – Regional Mexican – Christian Nodal
  • Favorite Duo or Group – Regional Mexican – Eslabon Armado
  • Favorite Album – Regional Mexican – Christian Nodal “Ayayay!”
  • Favorite Artist – Urban – Bad Bunny
  • Favorite Album – Urban – Bad Bunny “Las Que No Iban a Salir”
  • Favorite Song – Urban – Karol G & Nicki Minaj “Tusa”
  • Favorite Artist – Tropical – Romeo Santos
  • Favorite Album – Tropical – Prince Royce “Alter Ego”
  • Favorite Artist – Crossover – Dua Lipa
  • Collaboration of the Year – Karol G & Nicki Minaj “Tusa”
  • Social Artist of the Year – Cardi B
  • Favorite Video – Selena Gomez “De Una Vez”
  • Favorite Virtual Concert – RBD “Ser o Parecer 2020”


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