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Best Latin Music News This Week – Billboard

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From career milestones and new music releases to major announcements and more, Board Editors highlight the latest news in Latin music every week. Here’s what happened in the world of Latin music this week.

an estemann proposal

This week, Colombian singer-songwriter Esteman took the big question out of her boyfriend Jorge in Paris and captured the heartfelt moment on Instagram. He wrote on the post, “I share this moment with you, though I was dying of nerves and could hardly sing with the emotions, it was very special for us.” As a result, Estemann released his new single, inspired by their real-life love story, called “Un Dia en Paris”.

Latin Grammy Returns

This week, the Latin Recording Academy announced that the 23rd Annual Latin Grammys will take place on November 17th and return to Las Vegas. Additionally, the nominees will be announced on September 20. The 2022 ceremony is slated to broadcast live from the Michelob Ultra Arena at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino and one hour prior to the show starting at 8 p.m. ET on Univision—a show starting at 7 p.m. ET. According to the Latin Recording Academy, the first round of voting will take place between July 28 and August 8. The final round of voting is scheduled for 30 September to 13 October.

Daddy Yankee’s Farewell Tour

This week, Daddy Yankee begins his farewell tour “La Ultima Vuelta,” where he’s performing 31 of his biggest hits and new anthems, including “Remix,” “Despacito” and “Gasolina.” In March, Yankee announced that he was retiring from music. The reggaeton star concludes his musical run with legenddaddy, his first new studio album in 10 years, and the world tour. daddy yankee’s La Ultima Vuelta Tour Continuing with upcoming shows in Seattle, Las Vegas, Miami and Chicago. the inspection Here for dates.

Bad Bunny for All

Bad Bunny is also on tour, officially making his World’s Hottest Tour trek debut with three back-to-back shows at the Colicio José Miguel Agrelot de Puerto Rico. To celebrate, the Puerto Rican singer hosted “viewing parties” at various venues in La Isla del Encanto for fans who didn’t have tickets. In true Bad Bunny fashion, every venue was packed, enjoying livestream concerts where Bad featured special guests such as Bomba Esterio, The Marias, Chencho Corleone and more.

Bizarrap’s On Fire

Bizarrap this week released its Quevedo-aided “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 52.” The club-ready track currently charts at #1 on both the Billboard Global 200 and Billboard Global Exclusive. US, with 88.3 million streams — a week-over-week increase according to Luminet. Additionally, the track is only the second entirely Spanish-language song to top the Global 200 in the chart’s two-year history, after Bad Bunny and Jha Cortez’s “Dakiti” in 2020.



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