On November 18, the twenty-third edition of the Grammy Awards took place in Las Vegas, and it has had two clear winners.
Rosalía managed to walk away with four different awards, taking the most important award of the night for best album with “Motomami”, after the performance of three of her best and impeccable songs, “Hentai”, “La Fama” and “Despechá”. It is worth mentioning that certain words of the artist’s songs were censored in American media, stating that “Madonna has done songs with sexual content before me, Björk has done songs with sexual content before me, Lil’ Kim has done it before me…. And so I thought it didn’t have to be controversial.”
However, despite the awards of the Catalan, the Uruguayan artist Jorge Drexler has been the biggest winner of the night after receiving seven trophies, two of them were part of the main awards, the recording of the year and song of the year. He was closely followed by Puerto Rico’s Bad Bunny, who won five awards, including Best Urban Music Album.
Luis Fonsi, Anitta, Thalia and Laura Pausini were the masters of the ceremony. They kicked off the ceremony with the song “Si no te hubieras ido” by Marco Antonio Solis.
Other winners included Carlos Vives, with the award for Best Tropical Album, and Christian Nodal, with Best Ranchera Album.