2023 Latin Grammy nominees include Shakira, Bad Bunny, and Karol G
20.09.2023 - 04:35
The Latin Grammys have announced their 2023 nominees. Mexican-American songwriter and producer Edgar Barrera leads the pack with 13 nominations, followed by four Colombian artists — Shakira, Karol G, Camilo, and the composer Kevyn Mauricio Cruz (aka Keityn) — with seven each.
Argentine producer Bizarrap — who’s carved a niche making one-off beats for and hosting established superstars (including Shakira) and ascendant ones (such as Peso Pluma) in his BZRP Music Sessions — is nominated for six Latin Grammys, Producer of the Year among them (he’ll face off with Barrera and others for that award). And Bad Bunny is one of six artists tied behind Bizarrap with six nominations a piece.
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(They’re also nominated twice, though, for Bad Bunny’s “un X100to,” which lists Barrera as a co-writer). The ceremony for the 24th Latin Grammy Awards will take place in Sevilla, Spain on November 16.
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