Luis Fonsi's "Despacito" Wins Song Of The Year | Acceptance Speech

Watch Luis Fonsi and Erika Ender accept Song Of The Year at the 18th Latin GRAMMY Awards.

Luis Fonsi, Erika Ender, and Daddy Yankee's massive summer viral hit "Despacito" has won Song Of The Year at the 18th Latin GRAMMYs.

Yah! What a night. What a night. Thank you very much. Thank you to the Academy. What a blessing. What a privilege to make songs, that our job is to make songs, communicate through music. Thank you very much Universal Music, Sony/ATV, Sebastian Cris, to all involved in this song, to this woman who I have on my left, Erika Ander, the co-author of Despacito. To Daddy Yankee, the co-author of Despacito. Thank you. Thank you. I share this award with all of the nominees. With all of the people that live the music. Long live the music in Spanish!

Without boundaries, without languages, and without walls.  Thank you Fonsi for demonstrating your grandeur that in the arts we don’t compete, we share. For a stronger Puerto Rico and a kiss, Panama.

Panama…Puerto Rico!

See The Complete List Of Winners From The 18th Latin GRAMMYs


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