Everything You Need To Know About The 2022 Latin GRAMMYs: How To Watch, Performers, Hosts, Nominees & More
2022 Latin GRAMMYs

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Everything You Need To Know About The 2022 Latin GRAMMYs: How To Watch, Performers, Hosts, Nominees & More

Get ready for the 2022 Latin GRAMMYs! Here, find out how to watch, who is performing, and all the info you need to tune in when the Biggest Night in Latin Music happens live on Thursday, Nov. 17.

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The Biggest Night in Latin Music is coming up on Thursday, Nov. 17, and you won't want to miss it.

The 2022 Latin GRAMMYs, officially known as the 23rd Latin GRAMMY Awards, will celebrate Latin music and its creators with electrifying performances, emotional acceptance speeches and more. Performers include nominees Gente de Zona, Rosalía, Carlos Vives, Silvana Estrada, Aymée Nuviola, and Nicole Zignago, among many more — including former Latin GRAMMY winners such as Christina Aguilera and Goyo.

Below, here's everything you need to know about the 2022 Latin GRAMMYs. Read on to find out where you can watch the show, who's nominated and who's performing, and what else is in store for the thrilling evening.

Where & How Can I Watch The 2022 Latin GRAMMYs?

The 2022 Latin GRAMMYs will air on Univision Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022, at 8 p.m. ET/PT (7 p.m. CT). It will also air on cable channel TNT at 19.00 (MEX) / 20.00 (PAN-COL) / 21.00 (VEN) / 22.00 (ARG/CHI/BRAZIL), and on Televisa Channel 5. The show will also be available on HBO Max in Spanish only.

When And Where Are The 2022 Latin GRAMMYs Taking Place?

The 2022 Latin GRAMMYs are returning to Las Vegas on Thursday, Nov. 17 at Michelob ULTRA Arena at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino.

Who Is Nominated At The 2022 Latin GRAMMYs?

Read the complete 2022 Latin GRAMMY nominations list here.

Who Is Hosting The 2022 Latin GRAMMYs?

On Oct. 28, the Latin Recording Academy announced that Anitta, Luis Fonsi, Laura Pausini, and Thalía will collectively host the 2022 Latin GRAMMYs.

Who Is Performing At The 2022 Latin GRAMMYs?

The 2022 Latin GRAMMYs will be a star-studded night of celebration. The event will feature performances from current nominees as well as former winners, including Gente de Zona, Silvana Estrada, Rosalía, Christina Aguilera, Camilo, Christian Nodal, and Jorge Drexler.

The first roster of performers announced in October included past winners Rauw Alejandro, Chiquis, Jesse & Joy, Marco Antonio Solís and Sebastián Yatra, followed by a second group including Ángela Aguilar, Marc Anthony, Banda Los Recoditos, Carin León, Nicky Jam and Sin Bandera.

When Is The 2022 Latin GRAMMYs Awards Premiere Ceremony?

Ahead of the 2022 Latin GRAMMYs, the Latin Recording Academy will host its annual Latin GRAMMY Premiere, during which 44 of 53 Latin GRAMMY categories — the majority of the Latin GRAMMY Awards, in fact — will be awarded.

The Latin GRAMMY Premiere will take place on Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022, at the Mandalay Bay North Convention Center and broadcast live across all of the Latin Academy's platforms beginning at 4:00 p.m. ET/1:00 p.m. PT.

Hosted by Latin GRAMMY- and GRAMMY-nominated singer/songwriter Debi Nova and actor Miguel Ángel Muñoz, the Latin GRAMMY Premiere will feature performances from Bruses (Best Pop/Rock Album and Best Pop/Rock Song) with Elsa y Elmar (Album of the Year, Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop/Rock Song), Luis Figueroa (Best Tropical Song and Best Salsa Album), Fonseca (Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Pop Song and Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album), Jão (Best Portuguese Language Contemporary Pop Album and Best Portuguese Language Song), Carin León with Matisse (Best Regional Song), and Carla Morrison (Song of the Year, Best Pop Vocal Album).

When Are The 2022 Latin GRAMMY Week Events?

The celebration isn't just one night — it continues all week long, with Latin GRAMMY Week taking over Las Vegas.

2022 Latin Recording Academy Person of The Year

Marco Antonio Solís, one of Mexico's most successful artists of all time, will be honored as the 2022 Latin Recording Academy Person of The Year at the annual tribute gala.

2022 Leading Ladies of Entertainment

The Leading Ladies of Entertainment event finally returns in-person on Tuesday, Nov. 15, celebrating this year's honorees: Kany García, Rocío Guerrero, Rosa Lagarrigue and Janina Rosado. The private presentation and luncheon honors women in Latin entertainment fields who have significantly contributed to the arts and inspired women leaders.

2022 Special Awards Presentation

On Wednesday, Nov. 16, the honorees for the Latin Recording Academy's Lifetime Achievement Award and Trustee Award will be celebrated at a private event at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center. Rosario Flores, Myriam Hernández, Rita Lee, Amanda Miguel and Yordano will all receive a Lifetime Achievement Award, and Manolo Díaz, Paquito D'Rivera and Abraham Laboriel will receive a Trustees Award.

2022 Best New Artist Showcase

This year, the Latin Recording Academy, in partnership with Mastercard, is launching the 2022 Best New Artist Showcase, a brand-new Latin GRAMMY Week event supporting emerging artists and providing exposure for the new generation of music creators. Taking place on Tuesday, Nov. 15, at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center, the private event will showcase the diverse group of Best New Artist nominees for the 2022 Latin GRAMMYs: Angela Álvarez, Sofía Campos, Cande y Paulo, Clarissa, Silvana Estrada, Pol Granch, Nabález, Tiare, Vale, Yahritza y Su Esencia, and Nicole Zignago. Each nominee will be invited to perform in front of industry leaders, VIPs and special guests.

Official 2022 Latin GRAMMYs Artwork — And NFTs!

Mexican muralist Quetzal Fuerte serves as the official artist of the 2022 Latin GRAMMYs. Taking inspiration from this year's official Latin GRAMMY artwork, Fuerte created a mural for the Latin Recording Academy, which is on display in Morelia, Mexico, with a sister piece hosted at the GRAMMY Museum in Downtown Los Angeles. 

Quetzal's work will be featured prominently on collateral materials and as an exclusive NFT before and during the 2022 Latin GRAMMY Awards.

As well, the Latin Recording Academy and leading Web3 platform OneOf proudly announced that Latin GRAMMY- and GRAMMY-winning artist Carlos Vives will serve as the Creative Director for the 2022 Latin GRAMMY Awards NFT Collection. As part of an exclusive three-year partnership between the Latin Recording Academy and OneOf, the NFT collection is designed to celebrate Latin music and its talented visual arts creators in the weeks leading up to the 2022 Latin GRAMMYs.

2022 Latin GRAMMYs Nominees Announced: See The Complete List

Rosalía Announces First Solo North American Tour


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Rosalía Announces First Solo North American Tour

El Mal Querer Tour, named after the Spanish pop star's latest album, will come to Los Angeles on April 17 in between her Coachella performances

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Rosalía is set to perform at some of the most popular music festivals around the globe, including Primavera Sound in Spain, Lollapalooza (Argentina and Chile) and Coachella, but the Spanish pop star isn't stopping there when she gets to the States. Now, she has announced her first solo North American Tour with a string of dates that will bring her to select cities in the U.S. and Canada.

El Mal Querer Tour, named after her latest album, will come to Los Angeles on April 17 in between her Coachella performances. Then she'll play San Francisco on April 22, New York on April 30 and close out in Toronto on May 2.


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"I’m so happy to announce my first solo North American tour dates," the singer tweeted.

Rosalía won Best Alternative Song and Best Fusion/ Urban Interpretation at the 19th Latin GRAMMY Awards in November and has been praised for bringing flamenco to the limelight with her hip-hop and pop beats. During her acceptance speech she gave a special shout-out to female artists who came before her, including Lauryn Hill and Bjork. 

Rosalía has been getting some love herself lately, most notably from Alicia Keys, who gave the Spanish star a shout-out during an acceptance speech, and Madonna, who featured her on her Spotify International Women's Day Playlist. 

Tickets for the tour go on sale March 22. For more tour dates, visit Rosalía's website.

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Luis Fonsi To Maluma: Who Will Win Record Of The Year Latin GRAMMY?


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Luis Fonsi To Maluma: Who Will Win Record Of The Year Latin GRAMMY?

Cast your vote. Who will voters choose for Record Of The Year at the 18th Latin GRAMMY Awards?

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Including the likes of Shakira and Carlos Vives to Natalia Lafourcade, Marc Anthony, Jesse & Joy, and Alejandro Sanz, the previous Latin GRAMMY winners for Record Of The Year reads like a who's who of Latin music. This year's nominees are no different.

With Rubén Blades' sensual "La Flor De La Canela," Luis Fonsi featuring Daddy Yankee's song of the summer "Despacito," Residente's impactful "Guerra," Ricky Martin with Maluma's Vente Pa' Ca," and Jorge Drexler's "El Surco," among others, this year's class of 18th Latin GRAMMY Awards nominees for Record Of The Year is loaded.  

Which song do you think will take home the Latin GRAMMY for Record Of The Year? Cast your vote below.


Enrique Iglesias Among Big Winners At 15th Latin GRAMMYs

Iglesias, Descemer Bueno and Gente De Zona win three Latin GRAMMYs each for smash collaboration "Bailando" at milestone 15th Latin GRAMMY Awards telecast

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It was a milestone evening for The Latin Recording Academy as the organization celebrated 15 years of The Biggest Night in Latin Music. It also proved to be a milestone evening for Spanish singer/songwriter Enrique Iglesias, Cuban singer/songwriter Descemer Bueno and Cuban reggaeton group Gente De Zona, who each earned three statues at the 15th Latin GRAMMY Awards on Nov. 20 at MGM Grand Garden Arena. The artists' smash collaboration "Bailando" netted them each Latin GRAMMYs for Best Urban Performance, Best Urban Song and Song Of The Year. The trio performed the song live via satellite to conclude the telecast.

Winning two GRAMMYs each were the late flamenco guitarist Paco de Lucía, who won Album Of The Year and Best Flamenco Album for Canción Andaluza; Puerto Rican duo Calle 13; Uruguayan singer/songwriter Jorge Drexler; and Colombian singer/songwriter Carlos Vives. Venezuelan singer/songwriter Mariana Vega was among the first-time Latin GRAMMY winners, taking home Best New Artist honors.

For more on the 15th Latin GRAMMY Awards, visit

Get Familiar With The Best New Artist Nominees At The 2022 Latin GRAMMYs


Get Familiar With The Best New Artist Nominees At The 2022 Latin GRAMMYs

Learn more about the 11 rising stars nominated for Best New Artist at the 2022 Latin GRAMMYs: Angela Alvarez, Sofía Campos, Cande Y Paulo, Clarissa, Silvana Estrada, Pol Granch, Nabález, Tiare, Vale, Yahritza Y Su Esencia, and Nicole Zignago.

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The below article is an excerpt from the 2022 Latin GRAMMYs program book, which you can read in full here.

As some of the biggest artists, songs and albums in Latin music are celebrated at the 2022 Latin GRAMMYs, so will its next generation in the Best New Artist category.

This year, there are 11 nominees: Angela Alvarez, Sofía Campos, Cande Y Paulo, Clarissa, Silvana Estrada, Pol Granch, Nabález, Tiare, Vale, Yahritza Y Su Esencia, and Nicole Zignago. Whether you're a huge fan or new to the names, has all the info you need to know about each of those artists ahead of the Nov. 17 broadcast.

Below, get to know all of the 2022 Latin GRAMMY Best New Artist nominees. Then, be sure to tune into the 23rd Latin GRAMMY Awards on Univision at 8 p.m. ET/PT (7 p.m. CT) to see which rising star wins!

The 2022 Latin GRAMMYs will also air on cable channel TNT at 19.00 (MEX) / 20.00 (PAN-COL) / 21.00 (VEN) / 22.00 (ARG/CHI/BRAZIL), and on Televisa Channel 5. The show will also be available on HBO Max in Spanish only.

Angela Alvarez

Angela Alvarez's story is like something out of a movie. At an early age, she was forbidden by her father from pursuing a career singing in Cuban nightclubs. After the Cuban Revolution, she made the harrowing decision to send her four children to the United States. After joining them later and building a life in her adopted homeland for decades, her grandson, composer Carlos José Alvarez, recorded her performing the songs that had entertained countless family gatherings. Condensing an entire life into one powerful hour, her self-titled debut was a sensation. It not only made the 95-year-old bolero singer the oldest Latin GRAMMY nominee, but also a film star, with an acclaimed biographical documentary (Miss Angela) and a role in the latest remake of Father of the Bride. — Andrew Casillas*

Sofía Campos

Sofía Campos, an independent singer/songwriter from Argentina who makes dreamy, inviting and heartfelt music in Spanish and Portuguese, describes it as "a mix of the places I've visited: Brazil, Mexico, Argentina." In 2021, she self-released her sunbeam-filled 10-track sophomore album, Lugares Imaginarios, recorded with producer Matías Cella. It features her beautiful collaboration with Natalia Lafourcade, "Verde Nocturno," as well as one with her brother, Chaco Campos, "Segredos Nossos." She released her first EP, Rosa Laranja, in 2018, followed by her debut album, Salvar El Fuego, in 2019. The prestigious South by Southwest Conference selected her to perform as an official artist at its Austin, Texas, festival in April, her first U.S. show. Campos wears her heart on her sleeve with her music, which is perfect for a walk admiring nature or a laid-back cafecito break. — Ana Monroy Yglesias

Cande Y Paulo

Cande y Paulo embody all that is unexpected and sensuous in a style that blends jazz, the classics and the unflinching daring. One day in 2017 this duo decided to upload to social media their performance of the eternally beloved song by Luis Alberto Spinetta, "Barro Tal Vez." A few months and 10 million views later, many discovered that the Cande Buasso y Paulo Carrizo duo was a force to be reckoned with. Hailing from a valley in the San Juan province of Argentina, they're both tenacious, products of a classical music education and families with diverse tastes in music and rhythms. Paulo impresses with his musical prowess, and Cande bewitches with her velvet voice. The end result is a sound that has already traveled much further than they ever imagined. — Ana Santiago


Going from social media influencer to Latin GRAMMY nominee in the span of a year and a half would be a feat for anyone. But for Brazilian indie pop chanteuse Clarissa Müller, it seems almost expected. She has a versatility that's exceedingly rare these days and that is reflected on her self-titled debut EP. Anyone expecting simple songs about overnight fame will be quickly surprised, however, as Clarissa explores themes like love, desire and empowerment with a startling maturity. Perhaps this is best showcased on the single "Ela," which details a burgeoning same-sex romance and the accompanying fear, anxiety, affection and tenderness that are familiar to anyone who's ever been in love. — Andrew Casillas

Silvana Estrada

Silvana Estrada calmly entered the Latin music landscape, and her poetic revolution instantly began. Reared in a family of luthiers in Coatepec, Veracruz, where the son jarocho resonated, the singer and multi-instrumentalist searched her soul to find her voice early on. Her roots, also inspired by jazz, run deep in Latin American folklore, cultivating a powerful, intimate voice that at times channels the spirit of its greats; think Chavela Vargas or Mercedes Sosa. One quality of her raw, hushed voice is that it can turn fiery in an instant. Paired with the pristine fingerstyle of her Venezuelan cuatro, it can evoke the twinkling of a starry night, and the sky's more thunderous moments too. Despite her latest work sprouting from lost love (2022's "Marchita" or "withered"), it flourishes brilliantly like a rose sprouting from concrete. — Isabela Raygoza

Pol Granch

Barely into his teens, Pol Granch (born Pablo Grandjean) began to release songs on social media. In 2018, a TV musical talent contest in his native Spain, Factor X España, opened doors for him. In 2019, he released his first single, "Late," and a self-titled EP. They would be followed by a debut album, Tengo Que Calmarme. Since then, however, the agenda of this pop singer/songwriter, who also claims French heritage, has been anything but calm. Last year, he found widespread recognition with a single and remix, "Tiroteo," featuring Marc Seguí and Rauw Alejandro, respectively. And this year, the twentysomething has another album to his name, Amor Escupido. Spit Love? Well, no one ever said love was easy to understand. — Juan Carlos Pérez-Duthie


With his rugged mix of cowboy-pop with an R&B sensibility, up-and-coming Colombian troubadour Nabález is someone to watch. Growing up in Atlanta, Felipe González Abad got immersed in the world of gospel and country, but his heart is clearly in his Colombian heritage as he delves ever deeper into the art of the Latin American ballad. As a producer, the beatmaker started cooking tracks for Latin pop stars like Bebe, Greeicy and Karen Méndez, which elevated his proficiency in contemporary pop. As a solo artist, Nabález set his sights on the regional Mexican music horizon, mastering genres such as ranchera and banda. With a string of successful singles that comprise his ranchera debut and with worthy collaborators such as Majo Aguilar (granddaughter of Antonio Aguilar, an icon from Mexican cinema's golden age), his star will only shine brighter. — Isabela Raygoza


Venezuelan-Peruvian newcomer Tiare's aptly titled debut EP Dieciséis is a compositional snapshot with material she wrote between the ages of 13 and 16.

It displays thematic maturity and a knack for songwriting. And her mostly

acoustic guitar-driven pop ballads "La Española," "Líneas De Tu Mano" and "Evaluna" showcase Tiare's songwriting talents and her ability to convey coming- of-age themes in a nuanced and relatable way within a warm, flamenco-tinged vocal delivery and skillful guitar. "Evaluna," produced by Latin GRAMMY-nominated hitmaker Periko (Periko & Jessi León), surpassed one million views on YouTube. It's evidence that Tiare's talents are rooted in her ability to connect with a wider audience through her music. — Lissette Corsa


Vale, the Colombian duo comprised of twin sisters Valentina and Valeria Pérez, displays a rare combination of voices that are at once diaphanous and strong, and they're causing quite a stir in the Latin indie-pop music scene. Together they float ethereally as they overlap and meld harmoniously against a beguiling blend of R&B and folk-pop. Their latest album, Línea Recta, is a collection of eight tracks described by the sisters as "a tribute to imperfections and real beauty." Vale's otherworldly melodies and minimalist acoustic arrangements connote light effervescence on the surface and something deeper within, draped in heartfelt lyrics and tender poeticism, that explore the many crevices where love likes to hide. — Lissette Corsa

Yahritza Y Su Esencia

They've been called the great new promise of regional Mexican music, even though at the beginning of the year, the vocalist of Yahritza y Su Esencia was still in high school. Along with her instrumentalist brothers, Jairo and Mando, Yahritza Martínez grew up in a working-class family in Yakima, Washington. As a small child, she picked fruit in the fields, and at 13 she composed "Soy El Único," with which she tasted digital fame on YouTube. Today, the three Martínez siblings are with Lumbre Music. The label's directors saw a video of a cover made by the group and became, like the title of the trio's debut EP, Obsessed. No matter what the future holds, these young talents understand that they must preserve what sets them apart them: their essence. — Juan Carlos Pérez-Duthie

Nicole Zignago

This past year, Nicole Zignago has gone from behind-the-scenes hitmaker into the spotlight. The Peruvian singer/songwriter made her reputation co-penning global hits like Sofía Reyes' "1, 2, 3" and Mariah Angeliq's "Taxi." After signing with Warner Music México late last year, Zignago debuted as an artist in May with the EP Así Me Siento Hoy. As the title suggests, she has compiled a collection of six deeply personal songs that showcase her versatility. Soaring ballad "Preguntas" finds her processing her feelings after a difficult breakup. Later, in the flamenco-infused "Feelings," Zignago has shaken off the heartbreak. She also embraces elements of R&B in the funky love song "Me Gusta Que Me Gustes." Zignago, also known for being the daughter of singer Gian Marco, is now making a name for herself. — Lucas Villa

2022 Latin GRAMMYs Nominees Announced: See The Complete List