J Balvin, Bad Bunny set for big night at Latin Grammys
This combination photo shows Natalia Lafourcade, left, and Rosalia. A year after Rosalia made history by becoming the first solo female performer in 13 years to win the top prize at the Latin Grammys, Natalia Lafourcade followed in her footsteps with a big win at the 2020 show, taking home the album of the year honor on Nov. 19, 2020, for "Un Canto Por Mxico, Vol.
Ladies' night at Latin Grammys: Lafourcade, Rosalía win big
Lafourcade won three awards, tying Rosalia and Carlos Vives for most wins. The Mexican singer won album of the year — a category dominated by male acts — on Thursday night with “Un Canto Por México, Vol. Lafourcade won three awards at the show, tying Rosalía and Carlos Vives for most wins. Lafourcade didn't attend the Latin Grammys, which aired live on Univision and featured a number of performances, most of them pre-taped due to the coronavirus pandemic. Grammy, Emmy and Tony winner Lin-Manuel Miranda kicked off the Latin Grammys with a strong message about Latin music.
Cardi B, Dolly Parton, Dua Lipa to be honored by Billboard
NEW YORK – Cardi B has only released one major single this year — the hit “WAP" — but it's enough for Billboard to name her Woman of the Year. Billboard announced the honor Wednesday and the Grammy-winning rapper will be celebrated at the music brand's 15th Annual Women in Music Event, which will stream live on Dec. 10 at billboardwomeninmusic.com at 8 p.m. EDT. Jennifer Lopez will receive the Icon Award at the event and Dolly Parton will earn the Powerhouse Award. Other honorees include pop star Dua Lipa (Powerhouse Award), R&B sister duo Chloe x Halle (Rising Star Award) and singer-songwriter Jessie Reyez (Impact Award). Outside of “WAP" — which co-stars Megan Thee Stallion and spent four weeks at No.
Latin GRAMMY Awards: Anitta, Prince Royce and More Pay Tribute to Latin Music Legends
Anitta delivered a stunning tribute to the late Celia Cruz at the 2019 Latin GRAMMY Awards on Thursday -- but that was the just start of show's incredible opening. The 26-year-old Brazilian singer honored the legendary Cruz as part of the awards show's all-star opening at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. A total of 20 artists, including Prince Royce and Natalia Jimnez, performed together for the first time, interpreting multiple iconic songs in a tribute to the past 20 years of excellence in Latin music. Anitta -- who is also nominated for Urban Music Album at the awards show for her record, Kisses -- opened up to ET about her love for Cruz ahead of her performance. RELATED CONTENT:Latin GRAMMY Awards 2019: How to Watch, Who's Hosting, Performers and MoreRosalia, Anitta, Luis Fonsi and More to Perform at 2019 Latin GRAMMYs
Anitta Sets the Record Straight on Her Relationship Status (Exclusive)
Anitta is single and ready to mingle! ET's Denny Directo caught up with the reggaeton singer on the red carpet, where she opened up about her relationship status and taking time for herself. Send a picture, send your age, send your ID, passport to make sure you're a safe person." John Parra/Getty Images for LARASMeanwhile, Anitta is so honored to represent women in the Best Urban Album category. Anitta is set to take the stage during Thursday's ceremony where she will perform a Celia Cruz tribute.
Anitta Tells Cardi B She Has the 'Perfect Track' for Them to Collaborate On
Is there an Anitta and Cardi B collab on the way? Come onnnn Anitta (@Anitta) July 15, 2019@iamcardib u tell how I send u and we make history for my country that also loves u like me Anitta (@Anitta) July 15, 2019Cardi took notice of the tweets and replied: "@Anitta only if you teach me Portuguese.." @Anitta only if you teach me Portuguese. iamcardib (@iamcardib) July 16, 2019Anitta wrote back, "Hahaha easyyyyy... I taught Madonna too for our funk together lol Anitta (@Anitta) July 16, 2019Anitta recently released a new jam titled "Muito Calor," which features Puerto Rican reggaetonero Ozuna. Anitta Reflects on Worldwide Success of 'KISSES' Album, Credits Fans (Exclusive)Jennifer Lopez, Cardi B and Constance Wu Strip and Scam in 'Hustlers' Trailer
Ozuna and Anitta Join Forces for 'Muito Calor' Music Video -- Watch!
The Puerto Rican singer and Anitta released a new music video for their hot track, "Muito Calor." "Muito Calor," which translates to very hot, is the third single from Ozunas third studio album, Nibiru, slated for a fall release. Earlier this year, Anitta stopped by ET to talk about her new album, KISSES, which features songs in Portuguese, Spanish and English. Get more Latinx news on ET MS, ETonline's new section featuring the latest celeb, film, TV, music and style news. RELATED CONTENT:Anitta Reflects on Worldwide Success of 'KISSES' Album, Credits Fans (Exclusive)Luis Fonsi and Anitta Gush Over Prince Royce and His Wife Emeraude Toubia (Exclusive)Karol G, Anitta, Natti Natasha and More Celebrate Girl Power (Exclusive)