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Jorge Drexler and Bad Bunny are crowned as the top winners of the Latin Grammy 2022

Jorge Drexler dominated the twenty-third installment of the Latin Grammyheld at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, in Las Vegas by winning in the categories to Record of the year Y song of the year for his work “Tocarte” together with the Spanish C. Tangana for a total of six gramophones.

The Uruguayan singer took most of his awards at the premiere ceremony that was held before the televised awards ceremony. In that instance, Drexler awarded the awards to Best Pop Song, which tied with Sebastián Yatra for his song “Tacones Rojos”. He also took the gramophones to Best Alternative Song – Songwriters Award byThe day you premiered the world”, the award for Best Songwriter Album for “Ink and time”, the one of Best Song in Portuguese Language for “Vento Sardo” and the prize for best arrangement for “The Master Plan”.

Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, better known as Bad BunnyI remain as the second most awarded Latin star. The Puerto Rican won five awards out of ten nominations.

The Puerto Rican urban music star swept the urban music categories with the award for Best Urban Song and Best Urban Fusion/Interpretation for “Tití me pregunta”. He also won the gramophone for Best Rap/Hip Hop Song for “De museo”.

Martínez Ocasio finally took the prize for Reggaeton Performance for his success with Julieta Venegas “Sorry BB:/”, produced by Tainy, who summoned both of them for the song.

“It was a dream for me to work with Julieta, I never thought it would happen to me,” said Tainy. “Thanks to the union that music has today, I was given the opportunity and what better than to do it with my brother Benito.”

The native of Vega BajaFor his part, he went to his Twitter account to thank the Academy for one of the awards.

“Tití asked me, to, to, to, to. Wow! Thanks thanks! I dedicate this (Latin) Grammy to the Dominican Republic and to the entire dembow movement, to the artists, producers, dancers, video directors, thanks for the inspiration, that (Latin) Grammy is yours,” he wrote.

The world-renowned artist decided not to attend the reception of the awards with which the Latin Recording Academy rewarded his latest album, “Un Verano Sin Ti” in this installment.

The public remained silent when it was announced that “Bad Rabbit” would win in the category for Best Urban Music Album, but in the end it did not appear and complied with the rumors that were circulating in the press.

After the announcement, the Latin Academy had not prepared any thank you video on the part of the Puerto Rican, who appears as the top favorite to succeed tonight.

“The Academy will send the award to the artist,” they said from the organization in a protocol resource frequently used when an artist cannot attend the gala.

Last Tuesday, the 28-year-old singer was nominated for one of the most important categories in the Grammy awards of 2023, Album of the Year, for the album “Un verano sin ti”.

The award will be played against “Voyage”, from abba; “30 of Adele; “Renaissance” by Beyonce; “Good Morning Gorgeous” (Deluxe) by Mary J Blige; “In These Silent Days” by Brandi Carlile; “Music of the Spheres” by Coldplay; “Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers” by kendrick lamar; “Special” of lizzo; and “Harry’s House” by Harry Styles.

In addition, the “Bad Rabbit” was nominated in the “Best Pop Solo Performance” and “Best Urban Music Album” categories.

List of winners of the Latin Grammy 2022


  • Recording of the year: “Tocarte”, Jorge Drexler and C. Tangana.
  • Album of the Year: “Motomami (Digital Album)”, Rosalía.
  • Song of the year: “Tocarte”, Jorge Drexler, Pablo Drexler, Víctor Martínez, C. Tangana, composers (Jorge Drexler and C. Tangana).
  • Best new artist (tie): Ángela Álvarez and Silvana Estrada.


  • Best Pop Vocal Album: “Dharma”, Sebastián Yatra.
  • Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album: “Aguilera”, Christina Aguilera.
  • Best Pop Song (tie): “La guerrilla de la concordia”, Jorge Drexler, composer (Jorge Drexler) and “Tacones rojos”, Pablo María Rousselon De Croisoeuil, Manuel Lara, Manuel Lorente, Juan Josep Monserrat Riutort and Sebastián Yatra, composers (Sebastian Yatra).


  • Best urban fusion/interpretation: “Tití me pregunta”, Bad Bunny.
  • Best reggaeton performance: “Lo siento BB:/”, Tainy, Bad Bunny and Julieta Venegas.
  • Best urban music album: “A summer without you”, Bad Bunny.
  • Best Rap/Hip Hop Song: “De Museo”, Bad Bunny, Composer (Bad Bunny).
  • Best urban song: “Tití asked me”, Bad Bunny, composer (Bad Bunny).


  • Best Rock Album: “A Weird Vacation,” He Killed A Motor Cop.
  • Best rock song: “The best of our lives”, Fito Páez.
  • Best pop/rock album: “Los años salvajes”, Fito Páez.
  • Best pop/rock song: “Babel”, Fito Páez and Carlos Vives, composers (Carlos Vives and Fito Páez).


  • Best alternative music album: “Motomami (Digital Album)”, Rosalía.
  • Best alternative song: “The day you premiered the world”, Jorge Drexler, composer (Jorge Drexler).


  • Best salsa album: “Pa’lla voy”, Marc Anthony.
  • Best cumbia/vallenato album: “Happy Anniversary”, Jean Carlos Centeno and Ronal Urbina.
  • Best merengue and/or bachata album: “Between the sea and palm trees”, Juan Luis Guerra.
  • Best traditional tropical album: “Gonzalo Rubalcaba and Aymée Nuviola Live in Marciac”, Gonzalo Rubalcaba and Aymée Nuviola.
  • Best Contemporary Tropical Album: “Cumbiana II”, Carlos Vives.
  • Best tropical song: “Mala”, Marc Anthony and Álvaro Lenier Mesa, composers, (Marc Anthony).


  • Best singer-songwriter album: “Ink and time”, Jorge Drexler.

Regional Mexican

  • Best ranchera/mariachi music album: “EP #1 Forajido”, Christian Nodal.
  • Best band music album: “Queen Bee”, Chiquis.
  • Best Tejano Music Album: “Para que baile mi pueblo”, Bobby Pulido.
  • Best norteño music album: “La reunion (deluxe)”, Los Tigres Del Norte.
  • Best Regional Mexican Song: “As I did it”, Edgar Barrera, Carin León and Matisse, composers (Matisse, Carin León).


  • Best instrumental album: “Maxixe samba groove”, Hamilton De Holanda.


  • Best folkloric album: “Symphonic Ancestors”, Síntesis, X Alfonso and Eme Alfonso.
  • Best Tango Album: “Horacio Salgán Piano Transcriptions”, Pablo Estigarribia.
  • Best flamenco music album: “Libres”, Las Migas.


  • Best Latin Jazz/Jazz Album: “Mirror Mirror”, Eliane Elias, Chick Corea, Chucho Valdés.


  • Best Christian Album (in Spanish): “Viviré”, Marcos Witt.
  • Best Christian Album (in Portuguese): “Laboratório do groove”, Eli Soares.

Portuguese language

  • Best contemporary pop album in Portuguese: “Sim sim sim”, Bala Desejo.
  • Best rock or alternative music album in Portuguese: “O futuro pertence à… jovem guarda”, Erasmo Carlos.
  • Best samba/pagode album: “Numanice #2″, Ludmilla.
  • Best Brazilian Popular Music Album: “Indigo borboleta anil”, Liniker.
  • Best country music album: “Chitãozinho & Xororó legacy”, Chitãozinho & Xororó.
  • Best Portuguese-language roots music album: “Senhora Estrada”, Alceu Valença.
  • Best song in Portuguese language: Vento sardo”, Jorge Drexler and Marisa Monte, composers (Marisa Monte with Jorge Drexler).


  • Best Latin music album for children: “A la fiesta de la música vamos todos”, Sophia.


  • Best Classical Music Album: “Legado”, Berta Rojas; Sebastian Henriquez, producer.
  • Best Contemporary Classical Work/Composition: “Anido’s Portrait: I. Chacarera”, Sergio Assad, composer (Berta Rojas).


  • Best arrangement: “The master plan”, Fernando Velázquez, arranger (Jorge Drexler).

packaging design

  • Best packaging design: “Motomami (Digigal Album)”, Ferran Echegaray, Viktor Hammarberg, Rosalía, Daniel Sannwald and Pili Vila, art directors (Rosalía).


  • Best Recording Engineering for an Album: “Motomami (Digital Album),” Chris Gehringer, engineer; Jeremie Inhaber, Manny Marroquín, Zach Peraya and Anthony Vilchis, mixers; Chris Gehringer, mastering engineer (Rosalía).
  • Producer of the Year: Julio Reyes Copello.


  • Best Short Form Music Video: “This Is Not America,” Resident with Ibeyi.
  • Best Long Form Music Video: “Hasta la raíz: El documental”, Natalia Lafourcade.

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