Nicky Jam to Bring “Rockstar Show” to Billboard Latin Music Week, with Jhay Cortez as Special Guest

Nicky Jam is bringing his (Rockstar) Show on the road…

The 40-year-old Puerto Rican and Dominican American will bring his talk show Rockstar Show live to Billboard Latin Music Week, and he’s booked Jhay Cortez as his special guest.

Nicky Jam

The intimate experience is set to take place on September 22 exclusively for Billboard Latin Music Week registrants, with capacity limited.

Nicky Jam’s talk show, his passion project, launched in January with Maluma as his first guest.

Daddy YankeeKarol G and Nicky Jam are also confirmed for Billboard’s 2021 Latin Music Week, returning to Miami in September with a weeklong event that unites the top Latin hitmakers, influencers and industry leaders, and features live performances and conversations with superstars.

Latin Music Week will feature one-of-a-kind performances, panels, conversations and more with the aforementioned artists. Karol G will take center stage in The Superstar Q&A on September 21 for an in-depth conversation about her career, music, love and upcoming projects.

On September 22, fans will get up close and personal with Yankee as he discusses his 25-year career that launched reggaetón around the world in the second installment of The Superstar Q&A. The Puerto Rican hitmaker is also set to perform for a Billboard En Vivo concert that night at the Faena Forum exclusive to Billboard Latin Music Week registrants.

Other recently announced panels include “My Cause, My Music: A Conversation on Social Justice” with Cuban artist/activist Yotuel Romero, Puerto Rican star Kany García and ChocQuibTown members (and husband and wife) Goyo and Tostao; “Making the Hit, Live” masterclass with Lunay and his longtime producers Chris Jedi and Gaby Music; and “Regional No More– Mexican Music Goes Global” with Eslabon Armado, Los Dos Carnales and Carin Leon, which is moderated by Rancho Humilde‘s Jimmy Humilde.

For the first time, Billboard will launch a virtual streaming experience in partnership with LIVENow, offering viewing opportunities to international audiences. Passes for the livestream can now be purchased here. The star-studded 2021 Latin Music Week lineup also includes participation by García, Anitta, Elena RoseMyke TowersRauw Alejandro, EstemanRaymix, and Tainy, with more to be announced in the coming weeks.

Under the slogan “The Beat of Latin Music,” making its mark as the longest running and biggest Latin music industry gathering in the world, this year’s event will continue through the end of the week as Billboard launches its En Vivo concert series.

Pabllo Vittar Earns Nine MTV MIAW Awards Brazil Nominations

Pabllo Vittar is a hit with the millennials

The 2021 MTV MIAW (Millennial Awards) Awards Brazil nominations have been announced via Clubhouse and Instagram, with the 26-year-old Brazilian drag queen, singer and songwriter earning nine nominations.

Pabllo Vittar 

Vittar’s nominations include Hitmaker, two in the National Collab category and two in Hymn of the Year category.

The awards ceremony, which honors Brazil’s hottest trends, idols and top influencers in pop culture, will feature live performances and special appearances by content creators, television personalities and celebrities. The show will air Thursday, September 23, on MTV Brazil and Facebook.

Luísa Sonza is tied for the most nominations with nine, while Anitta picked up eight nods.

This is the fourth year for the MTV MIAW (Millennial Awards). The show is one of five current MTV-branded music awards shows, along with the MTV Video Music Awards (which originated in 1984), MTV EMA (Europe Music Awards, 1994), MTV Video Music Awards Japan (2002) and MTV MIAW (Latin America, 2013).

Fans can now visit mtvmiaw.mtv.com.br to cast their vote on all 33 categories, including reality royalty, artist of the year, global hit and the coveted MIAW icon.

Here’s the complete list of nominations:

MIAW ICON
Larissa Manoela
Maisa
Sasha Meneghel
Juliette
Ítalo Ferreira
Rebeca Andrade
Virgínia Fonseca
Pequena Lo

REALITY ROYALTY
Gil do Vigor – BBB
Ingrid O’Hara, De Férias Com o Ex Brasil: Celebs
Isabella Sherer – MasterChef Brasil
Jojo Todynho – A Fazenda
Juliette – BBB
Lipe – A Fazenda
Matheus Novinho – Acapulco Shore
Lucas Maciel – A Ilha

BREAKTHROUGH ICON
Bielo
Yasmin Castilho
Favelado Investidor
Fefê
Lara Silva
Mariah Nala
MC Dricka
Raphael Vicente

MEME FOR LIFE
Ai, dor
Cringe
Dogg Face
Gabi AE4
Jacaré da Vacina
O Brasil tá lascado
Pfizer
Shitty Flute

PET INFLUENCER
Amora, Bruna Marquezine
Dionísio, Lipe
Sol, Grazi Massafera
Beethoven, Marina Ruy Barbosa
Lilo, Viih Tube
Nelson, Bianca e Fred
Norbert Macedo, Anitta
Valdemar, Larissa Manoela

HITMAKER
Alok
Vitor Kley
Barões da Pisadinha
Kevin o Chris
Luisa Sonza
MC Don Juan
Pabllo Vittar
Pedro Sampaio

GIRL BOSS
Anitta
Boca Rosa
Bruna Tavares
Flávia Durante
Lorena
Maisa
Manu Gavassi
Marina Ruy Barbosa

STYLE OF THE YEAR
Bruna Marquezine
Gloria Groove
Matheus Pasquarelli
Leo Picon
Xamã
Duda Beat
Jão
Sabrina Sato

PODCAST OF THE YEAR
Vênus Podcast
Eu Fico Loko
Flow
PodDarPrado
Não Ouvo
Nerdcast
Pod Delas
PodPah

MIAWLICIOUS
Ana Maria Brogui
Bela Gil
Downlicia
Mohamad Hindi
Paola Carosella
Receitas de Pai
Rodrigo Hilbert

MEMEIRO
Ademaravilha
Alvaro
Brasil Que Deu Certo
De Sola
Melted Videos
Pequena Lo
Saquinho de Lixo
Vittor Fernando

BEST DANCING CHALLENGE
Ingrid O’Hara
Klayver Pop
Lara Silva
Lucca Maciel
Virgínia Fonseca
Cínthia Cruz
Orlandinho
Vanessa Lopes

REELER OF THE YEAR
Gustavo Tubarão
Camilla de Lucas
Yarley
Lucas Guedez
Pequena Lo
Bielo
Ruivinha de Marte
Vittor Fernando

BREAKTHROUGH REELER
Lorenza Valloto
Josy Ramos
Gabriel Holtz
Lucca Najar
Matheus Cardoso

FAVE COUPLE
Bianca e Fred
Caíque Gama e Flavia Gabe
Ícaro Silva e Lucas Leto
Lahn Lahn e Nanda Costa
Ludmilla e Brunna
Sasha e João Figueiredo
Vitória Strada e Marcella Rica
Zé Felipe e Virgínia

PROUD ICON
Bruna Linzmeyer
Dora Figueiredo
Gil do Vigor
Lia Clark
Pepita
Douglas Souza
Spartakus
Tarso Brant

LOL [BEST COMEDY]
Afonso Padilha
Evelyn Castro
Bruna Louise
Dani Calabresa
Rafael Portugal
Marcelo Adnet
Renato Albani
Thiago Ventura

NATIONAL COLLAB
Liberdade Quando o Grave Bate Forte – Alok, MC Don Juan e GBR
Deixa de Onda – Dennis feat Ludmilla e Xamã
Modo Turbo – Luísa Sonza, Pabllo Vittar e Anitta
Bandida – Pabllo Vittar e Pocah
Atenção – Pedro Sampaio e Luisa Sonza
Fala Mal de Mim – Pedro Sampaio, Wesley Safadão e Daniel Caon
Leão – Xamã e Marília Mendonça
Tranquilita – Zé Felipe e Virgínia

BEST BRAZILIAN RAP/TRAP ACT
BIN
Djonga
Filipe Ret
L7nnon
Lourena
MC Cabelinho
Tasha e Tracie
Xamã

HYMN OF THE YEAR
Deixa de Onda – Dennis, Ludmilla e Xamã
Tipo Gin – Kevin o Chris
Rainha da Favela – Ludmilla
Modo Turbo – Luisa Sonza, Pabllo Vittar e Anitta
Bipolar – MC Davi, MC Pedrinho e MC Don Juan
Quero Ver É Me Esquecer – Barões da Pisadinha ft. Jorge e Matheus
Bandida – Pabllo Vittar e Pocah
Atenção – Pedro Sampaio e Luisa Sonza

GLOBAL HIT
Positions – Ariana Grande
Love Sick Girls – Black Pink
Levitating – Dua Lipa
Peaches – Justin Bieber
Montero – Lil Nas X
Midnight Sky – Miley Cyrus
Good 4 U – Olivia Rodrigo
Bad Habits – Ed Sheeran

BEST VIDEO
Não Passa Vontade – Anavitoria e Duda Beat
Girl From Rio – Anitta
Sistema Obtuso – Criolo e Tropkillaz
Coringa – Jão
Morena – Luan Santana
Modo Turbo – Luisa Sonza, Pabllo Vittar e Anitta
Lokko – Giulia Be
Pensa – Vitão

BEST FUNK ARTIST
Kevin o Chris
Kevinho
MC Don Juan
MC Dricka
MC Hariel
Tati Zaqui
Rebecca
MC WM

BEST DJ
Alok
Dennis
DJ GM
DJ Guuga
GBR
Lucas Beat
Pedro Sampaio
Rennan da Penha

ARTIST OF THE YEAR
Anitta
Luisa Sonza
Lagum
Ludmilla
Pabllo Vittar
Papatinho
Kevin o Chris
Xamã

GLOBAL COLLAB
Girl Like Me – Black Eyed Pease e Shakira
Kiss Me More – Doja Cat e Sza
Beautiful Mistakes – Maroon5
Qué Más Pues? – J.Balvin e Maria Becerra
Prisoner – Miley Cyrus feat Dua Lipa
Monster – Shawn Mendes e Justin Bieber
Leave The Door Open – Silk Sonic (Bruno Mars e Anderson Paak) –
Save Your Tears – The Weekend e Ariana Grande

BEST PERFORMER
BIN
Nick Cruz
Jovem Dex
Hyperanhas
Tília
Morenna
Duquesa

BEST NEW ARTIST
Hyperanhas
Jovem Dex
Kawe
Keyblack
Mautê
Orochi
Recayd Mob
Sidoka

BEST CHOREO
Gueto – Iza
Errada Ela não tá – Jottapê, Kevinho e ARON
Senta com Amor – Kevinho e Zé Felipe
Rainha da Favela – Ludmilla
Bilhete Premiado – Gabily, Kevin o Chris e MC Kevin
Bandida – Pabllo Vittar e Pocah
Atenção – Pedro Sampaio e Luisa Sonza
Peligrosa – Urias

ALBUM OR EP OF THE YEAR
Cor – Anavitória
NU – Djonga
Te Amo Lá Fora – Duda Beat
Imaterial – Filipe Ret
Doce 22 – Luisa Sonza
Portas – Marisa Monte
Batidão Tropical – Pabllo Vittar
Zodíaco – Xamã

BEST MUSIC FOR A CHALLENGE
Amor ou Litrão – Petter Ferraz e Menor Nico
Apaga a Luz e Apaga Tudo – MC Torpe
Bipolar – MC Davi, MC Pedrinho e MC Don Juan
Disco Arranhado – Malu e DJ Lucas Beat
Em Homem a Gente Não Confia – MC Manu
Meu Pedaço de Pecado – João Gomes
Preta do Cabelo Cacheado – MC Don Juan, TH CDM, DG e Batidão Estronda
Tipo Gin – Kevin o Chris

BEST BINGE
Bridgerton – Netflix
Manhãs de Setembro – Amazon Prime Video
Elite – Netflix
Gossip Girl – HBO Max
As Five – GloboPlay
Pen15 – Paramount+
The Handmaid’s Tale – Paramount+
Wandavision – Disney+

BIGGEST FANS
Anitters – Anitta
Beliebers – Justin Bieber
Blink – Black Pink
Boca Rosers – Bianca Andrade
Gavassiers – Manu Gavassi
Cactos – Juliette
Little Monsters – Lady Gaga
RBDManíacos – RBD

Anitta Getting Her Own Wax Figure at Madame Tussauds in New York City’s Times Square

Anitta is waxin’ nostalgic…

The 28-year-old Brazilian singer/songwriter will soon get her own wax figure at Madame Tussauds in New York City’s Times Square.

Anitta x Madame Tussauds

Anitta shared the news to her more than 55 million followers via Instagram, stating: “I’m so honored! Can’t wait to have my wax figure at @MadameTussaudsUSA, in NYC!”

A short video preview shows the “Girl From Rio” singer rocking ripped jeans, a bedazzled thong, and a cutout top as artists get her exact measurements, hair color, eye color, and skin tone.

Anitta x Madame Tussauds

Anitta’s wax figure — which will take nearly six months and 20 studio artists in London to create — will soon arrive at Madame Tussauds New York.

Anitta x Madame Tussauds

This week, the museum revealed behind-the-scenes photos of Colombian superstar Maluma also posing for his own wax figure, which will arrive at Madame Tussauds in Orlando.

Anitta and Maluma join other Latin music stars to get their own wax figures, including Selena, Romeo Santos, Shakira and Jennifer Lopez, to name a few.

Lunay to Perform at This Year’s Lollapalooza

Lunay is ready to live his Fest life…

The 20-year-old Puerto Rican singer and rapper has revealed that he’s officially joining the 2021 Lollapalooza lineup.

Lunay

“I’m going to announce it here as an exclusive,” he tells Billboard. “‘El Niño’ will be at Lollapalooza this year, so stay tuned to my social media for all the details.”

Lunay, who performed his single “Todo o Nada” with Anitta at Thursday night’s Premios Juventud awards show, said he’s already rehearsing for the show with his band in Puerto Rico.

“I’m excited that big festivals are returning and that I can share with my audience,” he notes.

Celebrating its 30th anniversary, Lollapalooza, held from July 29 to Aug. 1 at Grant Park in Chicago, is headlined by Miley CyrusFoo FightersPost Maloneand Tyler, the Creator.

The Lollapalooza 2021 will also be available via livestream for Hulu subscribers.

Anitta Appears in This Year’s Edition of Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 

It appears Anitta is doing swimmingly

The 28-year-old Brazilian singer/songwriter appears on the pages of this year’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue, which launched online on Monday, July 19.

Anitta, SI Swimsuit

Anitta is one of three musicians appearing in the issue. The other two? Megan Thee Stallion, who becomes only the second musician ever to star on the cover of the issue, and R&B singer Tinashe. This is the 58th edition of SI Swimsuit.

For Latin artists like Anitta, being featured in SI Swimsuit can not only make their reach more global, but it can also make their brand more relatable, says Isabel Paz, publicity and promotions associate director at Warner Music Latina. Paz works with artists including Anitta, Justin Quiles and Sofia Reyes.

Anitta, SI Swimsuit

Warner Records worked with the global Warner Music Latin team to sign the “Girl From Rio” singer last June ahead of her U.S. debut album due this year.

“I think Sports Illustrated is such a big brand that it definitely has a global reach. We don’t have Sports Illustrated in our market, like a Spanish version,” Paz tells Billboard, adding that print coverage exposes fans to a multidimensional view of their favorite singers. “It also shows another side of the artist that perhaps we wouldn’t see if they wouldn’t have been featured there. If you see them in a sports-related magazine, then you’re able to discover that this artist also has that interest. I think it just makes them more well-rounded and perhaps shows a side that is not just them on stage, but it also lets you know that the artist is capable of doing something else. It humanizes them a bit, because you can relate to them further.”

While SI Swimsuit works to “redefine the cultural conversation around beauty by celebrating a diverse group of women,” according to the publication’s statement during the annual Miami runway show earlier in July, Paz believes it has the power to celebrate “the whole variety” of Latina artists. The question remains if SI Swimsuit will continue to break grounds with whom the magazine wants to feature on the cover and in its pages in the coming years, and how many of those models will come from the music industry.

Megan Thee Stallion, Tinashe and Anitta will take the stage and perform at the official launch event for the 2021 issue on July 23 and 24 at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Fla. SI Swimsuit partnered with Hard Rock International for the two-day series of festivities, including interactive daytime events and a red carpet before the blowout concert at Hard Rock Live.

SI Swimsuit also worked with Roc Nation, where all three artists have direct and indirect management ties, to book the talent featured in its pages. Anitta signed a worldwide management deal with Brandon Silverstein’s S10 Entertainment, which is a partner of Roc Nation, in August 2019.

Anitta’s “Girl From Rio” single has been getting steady rotation at top 40 and rhythmic radio, further helping to ensure the Brazilian superstar’s long overdue breakout in the United States, with special thanks to DaBaby for his guest verse on the remix.

The 2021 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue will be on newsstands on Thursday, July 22.

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Rauw Alejandro Earns First No. 1 on Any Billboard Chart with “Vice Versa”

Rauw Alejandro is celebrating a big first

The 28-year-old Puerto Rican rapper, singer and composer has notched his first No. 1 on any Billboard albums chart as Vice Versa, his sophomore effort, debuts atop the Top Latin Albums chart dated July 10.

Rauw Alejandro

Vice Versa was released on June 25 via Duars/Sony Music Latin. It starts with 21,000 equivalent album units earned in the U.S. in the week ending July 1, according to MRC Data.

His debut set, Afrodisiaco, debuted at No. 30 and eventually peaked at No. 10 on the 50-deep tally.

Vice Versa, like everything I do, was created from the heart,” Rauw Alejandro tells Billboard. “The main difference is that I was willing to take more chances and experiment more than when I did Afrodisíaco, which was a lot more traditional.”

The Top Latin Albums chart ranks the most popular Latin albums of the week in the U.S. based on multimetric consumption as measured in equivalent album units. Units comprise album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA). Each unit equals one album sale, or 10 individual tracks sold from an album, or 3,750 ad-supported or 1,250 paid/subscription on-demand official audio and video streams generated by songs from an album.

Nearly all of Vice Versa’s starting sum is powered by streaming activity. The album registered 20,000 SEA units, which equals 29.1 million on-demand streams of the album’s tracks. Album sales and TEA units comprise less than 1,000 units combined.

Vice Versa bends Rauw Alejandro’s usual reggaetón structure by integrating synth-pop, drum’n’bass and dance rhythms to the 14-track set produced by Mr. NaisGai, Tainy and Caleb Calloway; the project also features artists Anitta and Lyanno.

“There were two challenging parts to making this album,” Rauw Alejandro adds. “Being able to separate the artist from myself and the second one was deciding which track was going to be the first single. I wanted every track to be the first single.”

Vice Versa was preceded by two singles on Hot Latin Songs: the No. 3 high “Todo De Ti” (June 12-dated tally) and “2/Catorce,” with Mr. NaisGai (which reaches a new peak of No. 11 on the current chart). Concurrently, two other tracks debut on the airplay-, streaming- and digital sales-blended list: “Sexo Virtual” at No. 20 and “Aquel NapZzZz” at No. 48.

“Todo De Ti” also sees progress on the all-genre Billboard Hot 100, pushing 36-32.

Over on the Billboard 200Vice Versa arrives at No. 17, marking the Puerto Rican’s highest-charting entry there.

Anitta Appears on Official “F9” Soundtrack

Anitta is (Fast and) Furiosa

The soundtrack to the latest Fast and Furious film, F9, has been revealed, with the 28-year-old Brazilian singer-songwriter appearing on the album.

Anitta

Anitta, who recently released her first English-language track “Girl From Rio,” perforns the single “Furiosa” on the soundtrack.

But Anitta isn’t the only Latinx artist to appear on the soundtrack…

Justin Quiles, Dalex and Konshens join voices for the single “Rapido;” Amenazzy, Farruko, Myke Towers and Rochy RD perform the single “Real,” and Dominican singer Jarina De Marco performs the song “Mala.”

Like past Fast soundtracks, this one boasts a stellar lineup of established stars and up-and-comers in hip-hop, R&B and Latin. Other artists include Don Toliver, Pop Smoke, Offset, Ty Dolla $ign, Jack Harlow, RZA, The Prodigy, Rico Nasty, and more, who are set to shake up car stereos on June 17 (released via a partnership between Atlantic Records and Universal Pictures; available for pre-order on June 4).

F9 will roar back into movie theaters on June 25.

Check out the full tracklist below.

F9: The Fast Saga (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

“Fast Lane” – Don Toliver, Lil Durk & Latto
“Lane Switcha (Feat. A$AP Rocky, Juicy J & Project Pat)” – Skepta & Pop Smoke
“Hit Em Hard” – Offset, Trippie Redd, Kevin Gates, Lil Durk & King Von
“I Won” – Ty Dolla $ign, Jack Harlow & 24kGoldn
“Rapido” – Amenazzy, Farruko, Myke Towers & Rochy RD
“Breathe (Liam H and Rene LaVice Re-Amp) [Feat. RZA]” – The Prodigy
“Real” – Justin Quiles, Dalex & Konshens
“Bussin Bussin” – Lil Tecca
“Furiosa” – Anitta
“Ride Da Night (Feat. Polo G & Teejay3k)” – Kevin Gates
“Bushido” – Good Gas & JP THE WAVY
“Speed It Up (Feat. Rico Nasty)” – NLE Choppa
“Mala” – Jarina De Marco
“Exotic Race (Feat. Sean Paul & Dixson Waz)” – Murci

Lunay Releases Sophomore Album “El Niño”

Lunay is celebrating his kid status…

The 20-year-old Puerto Rican singer, whose full name is Jefnier Osorio Moreno, has released his sophomore album El Niño.

Lunay,

The 15-song set, released under La Familia Records, Chris Jedi and Gaby Music‘s independent label, kicks off with the title track that samples Jerry Rivera’s 1993 salsa hit “Cara de Niño” and transitions into a Latin trap.

The set is also home to edgy perreos (“Vudú,” “Party DB”), solid reggaeton singles (“Le Gusta Que La Vean”), and even some slow-tempo urban bops (“TBC,” “Se Cansó”).

Standout tracks include his sultry collaboration with Anitta on “Todo o Nada” and the infectious “Otra No” with Bryant Myers and Zion.

Other features on El Niño include Chencho Corleone, Zion, Chanell, Giovakartoons, Juliito and Chris Jeday.

“I wanted to make an album before I was 21 to reflect everything that I am right now — what I’m living and what I’ve learned so far — making fun songs for the streets and the clubs, while still being El Niño inside and outside the studio,” Lunay said in a statement.

Anitta Releases Her English-Language Single “Girl From Rio”

Anitta is a girl on a mission…

The 28-year-old  Brazilian singer, songwriter, actress, and dancer has finally released her highly anticipated single “Girl From Rio.”

Anitta

Fusing traditional bossa nova with trap melodies, the English-language track samples the timeless 1962 hit “Garota de Ipanema” (“The Girl From Ipanema“) and pays tribute to Brazilian women.

“Hot girls, where I’m from, we don’t look like models/ Tan lines, big curves and the energy glows/ You’ll be falling in love with the girl from Rio,” Anitta kicks off the track.

In the music video, directed by Giovanni Bianco, we see two sides of Anitta: the pinup girl and the beach bum.

At the beach, she’s joined by a diverse group of people, further proving that the “girls from Rio” are beautiful and authentic.

“I’m so happy,” she previously told Billboard. “It’s my favorite song ever that I have done in my life. I want people to get to know Brazil and my music.”

Karol G Earns Five Heat Latin Awards Nominations

Karol G has the heat

The 30-year-old Colombian singer/songwriter leads the Heat Latin Awards 2021 nominations alongside J Balvin and Myke Towers with five nominations each.

Karol G

Karol G’s nominations include Best Female Artist, Best Collaboration and two nods for Best Video.

J Balvin is up for Best Male Artist, while Towers is up for Best Urban Artist.

The list continues with Bad Bunny and Farina, who are both up for four awards, followed by Anuel AA, Prince Royce, Anitta, Natti Natasha, El Alfa, Nathy Peluso and Nicki Nicole with three each.

For the sixth edition of the awards, a new category has been announced: best Dominican urban artist. In homage to the host country, up for this new category are El Alfa, Natti Natasha and Mozart La Para, among others.

The 2021 awards ceremony is set to take place in June with the exact date to be announced. Starting now, fans can vote for their favorite artists in each category once a day via the LosHeat.tv app.

Here’s the full list of nominees:

BEST MALE ARTIST
CAMILO
MALUMA
J BALVIN
NICKY JAM
PRINCE ROYCE
FARRUKO
OZUNA
BAD BUNNY 

BEST FEMALE ARTIST
ROSALÍA
KAROL G
GREEICY
FARINA
KALI UCHIS
NATTI NATASHA
ANITTA
NATHY PELUSO
DANNA PAOLA 

BEST BAND OR GROUP
CNCO
REIK
PISO 21
MORAT
ZION & LENNOX
GENTE DE ZONA
MAU Y RICKY 

BEST ROCK ARTIST
MON LAFERTE
JORGE DREXLER
MORAT
JUANES
LOS AMIGOS INVISIBLES
ZOÉ
FITO PÁEZ
DIAMANTE ELÉCTRICO 

BEST POP ARTIST
CAMILO
LUIS FONSI
RICARDO MONTANER
GREEICY
SEBASTIÁN YATRA
CARLOS RIVERA
AITANA
LUIS FIGUEROA 

BEST URBAN ARTIST
BAD BUNNY
J BALVIN
KAROL G
NICKY JAM
ARCANGEL
OZUNA
FARRUKO
ANUEL AA
FARINA
MYKE TOWERS
RAUW ALEJANDRO 

BEST TROPICAL ARTIST
N’KLABE
KALIMETE
VÍCTOR MANUELLE
CARLOS VIVES
ROMEO SANTOS
GABRIEL PAGÁN
MARC ANTHONY
PRINCE ROYCE 

BEST REGIÓN SUR (CHILE, ARGENTINA, BRASIL, PARAGUAY Y URUGUAY, PERÚ) ARTIST
NATHY PELUSO
ANITTA
NICKI NICOLE
PALOMA MAMI
CAZZU
KHEA
YAHAIRA PLASENCIA 

BEST REGIÓN ANDINA (COLOMBIA, ECUADOR Y VENEZUELA) ARTIST
MIKE BAHÍA
SEBASTIÁN YATRA
NACHO
FARINA
MANUEL TURIZO
DANNY OCEAN
EVALUNA MONTANER
MICRO TDH 

BEST REGIÓN NORTE (CENTROAMÉRICA, MÉXICO Y CARIBE) ARTIST
FARRUKO
EL ALFA
DANNA PAOLA
RAUW ALEJANDRO
LUNAY
SECH
MILLY
JUSTIN QUILES 

BEST NEW ARTIST
NATANAEL CANo
GUAYNAA
BOZA
JAY WHEELER
ALEX ROSE
JESSI URIBE
NICKI NICOLE
NATHY PELUSO 

MOST PROMISING ACT
JUAN DE DIOS PANTOJA
KATIE ANGEL
EMILIA MERNES
JUHN
AMY GUTIÉRREZ
ALEJANDRO SANTAMARÍA
JAY MENEZ
MORA
KENIA OS 

BEST VIDEO
“LOCATION” (KAROL G, ANUEL AA, J BALVIN)
“PROBLEMA” (DADDY YANKEE)
“MI NIÑA REMIX” (WISIN, MYKE TOWERS, MALUMA FT. ANITTA)
“MACHU PICCHU” (CAMILO & EVALUNA MONTANER)
“LA LUZ” (J BALVIN, SECH)
“BICHOTA” (KAROL G)
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