Camilo Dominates 2021 Latin Grammys With Four Wins

The ‘Mis Manos’ star leads the winners at this year’s Latin Grammy Awards taking place in Las Vegas with a total of four prizes including the coveted Best Pop Vocal Album.

AceShowbizCamilo was the big winner at the 2021 Latin Grammys on Thursday night (18Nov21), picking up four top awards in Las Vegas.

The Colombian star, who entered the night with 10 nominations, took home prizes for Best Pop Vocal Album, Best Pop Song, Best Urban Fusion/Performance, and Best Tropical Song, while Caetano and Tom Veloso landed the Record of the Year for “Talvez“, Ruben Blades and Roberto Delgado picked up Album of the Year for “Salswing!“, and Descemer Bueno, El Funky, Gente De Zona, Yadam Gonzalez, Beatriz Luengo, Maykel Osorbo, and Yotuel‘s “Patria y Vida” collaboration scored the Song of the Year honour.

It was also a big night for Mexican songwriter and producer Edgar Barrera, who won Producer of the Year among his three-award haul, and Spaniard C. Tangana, who was also a triple winner.

The full list of winners at the MGM Grand Garden Arena is:

  • Record of the Year: “Talvez” – Caetano Veloso and Tom Veloso
  • Album of the Year: “Salswing!” – Ruben Blades y Roberto Delgado & Orquesta
  • Song of the Year: “Patria y Vida” – Descemer Bueno, El Funky, Gente De Zona, Yadam Gonzalez, Beatriz Luengo, Maykel Osorbo and Yotuel, songwriters (Yotuel, Gente De Zona, Descemer Bueno, Maykel Osorbo, El Funky)
  • Best New Artist: Juliana Velasquez
  • Best Pop Vocal Album: “Mis Manos” – Camilo
  • Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album: “Prive” – Juan Luis Guerra
  • Best Pop Song: “Vida De Rico” – Edgar Barrera and Camilo, songwriters (Camilo)
  • Best Urban Fusion/Performance: “Tattoo (Remix)” – Rauw Alejandro and Camilo
  • Best Reggaeton Performance: “Bichota” – Karol G
  • Best Urban Music Album: “El Ultimo Tour Del Mundo” – Bad Bunny
  • Best Rap/Hip Hop Song: “Booker T” – Bad Bunny and Marco Daniel Borrero, songwriters (Bad Bunny)
  • Best Urban Song: “Patria Y Vida” – Descemer Bueno, El Funky, Gente De Zona, Yadam Gonzalez, Beatriz Luengo, Maykel Osorbo and Yotuel, songwriters (Yotuel, Gente De Zona, Descemer Bueno, Maykel Osorbo and El Funky)
  • Best Rock Album: “El Pozo Brillante” – Vicentico
  • Best Rock Song: “Ahora 1” – Vicentico
  • Best Pop/Rock Album: “Origen” – Juanes
  • Best Pop/Rock Song: “Hong Kong” – Alizzz, Andres Calamaro, Jorge Drexler, Victor Martinez and C. Tangana, songwriters (C. Tangana and Andres Calamaro)
  • Best Alternative Music Album: “Calambre” – Nathy Peluso
  • Best Alternative Song: “Nominao” – Alizzz, Jorge Drexler and C. Tangana, songwriters (C. Tangana and Jorge Drexler)
  • Best Salsa Album: “Salsa Plus!” – Ruben Blades y Roberto Delgado and Orquesta
  • Best Cumbia/Vallento Album: “Las Locuras Mias” – Silvestre Dangond
  • Best Merengue/Bachata Album: “Es Merengue Algun Problema” – Sergio Vargas
  • Best Traditional Tropical Album: “Cha Cha Cha: Homenaje A Lo Tradicional” – Alain Perez, Issac Delgado y Orquesta Aragon
  • Best Contemporary Tropical Album: “Brazil305” – Gloria Estefan
  • Best Tropical Song: “Dios Asi Lo Quiso” – Camilo, David Julca, Jonathan Julca, Yasmil Marrufo and Ricardo Montaner, songwriters (Ricardo Montaner and Juan Luis Guerra)
  • Best Singer-Songwriter Album: “Seis” – Mon Laferte
  • Best Ranchero/Mariachi Album: “A Mis 80’s” – Vicente Fernandez
  • Best Banda Album: “Nos Divertimos Logrando Lo Imposible” – Grupo Firme
  • Best Tejano Album: “Pa’ la Pista y Pa’l Pisto, Vol. 2” – El Plan
  • Best Norteño Album: “Al Estilo Rancheron” – Los Dos Carnales
  • Best Regional Song: “Aqui Abajo” – Edgar Barrera, Rene Humberto Lau Ibarra and Christian Nodal, songwriters (Christian Nodal)
  • Best Instrumental Album: “Toquinho e Yamandu Costa” – Bachianinha (Live at Rio Montreux Jazz Festival)
  • Best Folk Album: “Ancestras” – Petrona Martinez
  • Best Tango Album: “Tinto Tango Plays Piazzolla” – Tinto Tango
  • Best Flamenco Album: “Un Nuevo Universo” – Pepe De Lucia
  • Best Latin Jazz/Jazz Album: “Voyager” – Ivan Melon Lewis
  • Best Christian Album (Spanish Language): “Ya Me Vi” – Aroddy
  • Best Portuguese Language Christian Album: “Seguir Teu Coracao” – Anderson Freire
  • Best Portuguese Language Contemporary Pop Album: “Cor” – Anavitoria
  • Best Samba/Pagode Album: “Sempre Se Pode Sonhar” – Paulinho Da Viola
  • Best MPB (Musica Popular Brasileira) Album: “Cancoes d’Alem Mar” – Zeca Baleiro
  • Best Sertaneja Music Album: “Tempo de Romance” – Chitaozinho e Xororo
  • Best Portuguese Language Roots Album: “Arraia Da Veveta” – Ivete Sangalo
  • Best Portuguese Language Song: “Lisboa” – Ana Caetano & Paulo Novaes, songwriters (Anavitoria e Lenine)
  • Best Latin Children’s Album: “Tu Rockcito Filarmonico” – Tu Rockcito y Orquesta Filarmonica De Medellin
  • Best Classical Album: “Latin American Classics” – Kristhyan Benitez
  • Best Classical Contemporary Composition: “Music From Cuba And Spain” – Sierra: Sonata Para Guitarra, Roberto Sierra, composer (Manuel Barrueco)
  • Best Arrangement: “Ojala Que Llueva Cafe (Version Prive)” – Juan Luis Guerra, arranger (Juan Luis Guerra)
  • Best Recording Package: “Colegas” – Ana Gonzalez, art director (Gilberto Santa Rosa)
  • Best Engineered Album: “El Madrilen” – Orlando Aispuro Meneses, Daniel Alanis, Alizzz, Rafa Arcaute, Josdan Luis Cohimbra Acosta, Miguel De La Vega, Maximo Espinosa Rosell, Alex Ferrer, Luis Garcie, Billy Garedella, Patrick Liotard, Ed Maverick, Beto Mendonca, Jaime Navarro, Alberto Perez, Nathan Phillips, Harto Rodriguez, Jason Staniulis and Federico Vindver, engineers; Delbert Bowers, Alex Ferrer, Jaycen Joshua, Nineteen85, Lewis Pickett, Alex Psaroudakis and Raul Refree, mixers; Chris Athens, mastering engineer (C. Tangana)
  • Producer of the Year: Edgar Barrera
  • Best Short Form Music Video: “Un Amor Eterno” – Marc Anthony
  • Best Long Form Music Video: “Entre Mar Y Palmeras” – Juan Luis Guerra

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