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Karol G: How did you make history at the Latin American Music Awards?

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Carol G She has shown that she is a singer much loved by the public who have presented her with the main awards in Latin American Music Awards (Latin AMAs).

What awards has Karol G received at the Latin American Music Awards?

This Thursday in the edition of the awards was the first woman to receive top honors: Entertainer of the Year. But it was her too Top winner of the evening with six awards.

Although it was the best night for the Colombian urban music singer, she was not there to accept her awards.

Karol G prevailed in a previously male-dominated category, in which she was also the only woman nominated. He beat last year’s winner, Bad Bunny, as well as Camilo, Eslabón Armado, Farruko, J Balvin, Jhay Cortez, Myke Towers, Ozuna, and Rauw Alejandro.

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Karol G’s six awards were:

  • artist of the year.
  • Album of the Year for “KG0516”.
  • Favorite album for “KG0516”.
  • favorite artist.
  • Favorite female artist – urban.
  • Collaboration of the year for “El makinón” with Mariah Angeliq, who came on stage to welcome him. The hit topped Billboard’s Latin Airplay chart, while the music video, released in March 2021, has more than 684 million views.

In previous editions of the Latin AMAs, Enrique Iglesias was named Artist of the Year three times, Bad Bunny twice, and Anuel AA once.

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Bad Bunny, also absent, received five awards including Favorite Male Artist and Single of the Year for “Dákiti” featuring Jhay Cortez, which also won Favorite Urban Song. The track achieved an unprecedented milestone in 2020 when it simultaneously debuted in the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and #1 on the Hot Latin Songs chart.

“Wow, wow, wow. Thanks to everyone who was there, to the rabbit (Bad Bunny) who believed in the vision, believed in the song and gave me the opportunity.” said Cortez. “This issue has crossed borders. Latinos are always growing and reaching further.”

The winners were chosen by fans who cast their votes LatinAMAs.com and the Twitter account @LatinAMAs.

Reference from lanoticia

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