Pitbull performs at the 2020 Latin GRAMMYs
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Released in November 2010, the band's fourth and final studio album is a bold statement that pushed its creators, and their devotees, to new places.
Released in November 2000, the Queen of Neo-Soul's GRAMMY-nominated sophomore album was a huge step forward for her as a creator and as a leading voice within the genre.
GRAMMY.com relives the Biggest Night in Latin Music by revisiting the special surprises and memorable performances from the 2020 Latin GRAMMYs.
Celebrate with some of the big winners of the 2020 Latin GRAMMYs—including J Balvin, Rosalía, Residente, Ricky Martin and more—as they share their reactions on social media.
Watch Mexican icon Vicente Fernández's entertaining acceptance speech thanking his fans for their long-time support during his first-ever Latin GRAMMY win.
Additional talent, including Pepe Aguilar, Mickey Guyton, Lauren Daigle, Nicola Benedetti, Gayle King and more, will join Chair and Interim Recording Academy President/CEO Harvey Mason jr. to announce the nominees for the 63rd GRAMMY Awards on Tuesday, Nov. 24.
The Puerto Rican rapper gave a speech about what he feels music should be. Earlier in the day, Residente was the first artist to win a Latin GRAMMY for Best Rap/Hip-Hop Song.
The Puerto Rican singer/rapper delivered a lively performance from San Juan, of two tracks from his 2020 Latin GRAMMY-nominated LP, 'YHLQMDLG.'
Watch the Colombian singer's acceptance speech for his big win at the 2020 Latin GRAMMYs.