Ozuna to Receive Extraordinary Evolution Award at the Latin American Music Awards

It’s an extraordinary time for Ozuna

The 29-year-old Puerto Rican urban singer will receive the Extraordinary Evolution Award during the sixth edition of the Latin American Music Awards, according to Telemundo.

Ozuna

With seven Latin AMAs nominations this year — including artist of the year and collaboration of the year — the “Caramelo” singer will be honored for his achievements as an artist who has demonstrated change and accelerated growth to reach the pinnacle of success in a short period of time. Previous recipients of the award include Becky G (2019) and Maluma (2018).

The chart-topping artist, who most recently dropped the joint album Los Dioses with Anuel AA and is featured on the new animated film Tom and Jerry, will also perform at this year’s Latin AMAs, which will take place on April 15 and will be broadcast live from the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida.

Ozuna joins the previously announced star-studded lineup that includes Maluma, Banda MS, Camilo, Carlos Vives, Eslabon Armado, Karol G, Los Dos Carnales, José Luis “El Puma” Rodríguez and Piso 21. The ceremony will also include a special tribute to the late regional Mexican singer-songwriter Joan Sebastian.

Following safety protocols to protect the health and safety of all involved, the 2021 awards show will honor some of the most influential Latin artists of today, as voted by fans in 25 categories including pop, urban, tropical, regional Mexican and the newly added favorite virtual concert.

This year’s top nominees include Karol G and J Balvin with nine noms each, followed by Bad Bunny with eight, Ozuna with seven, and Anuel AA and Camilo with six each.

The 2021 Latin AMAs, hosted by actress Jacqueline Bracamontes, will air at 7:00 pm ET on Thursday, April 15, via Telemundo and will broadcast simultaneously on Universo and throughout the Americas on Telemundo Internacional.

Anuel AA & Ozuna Release YouTube Documentary on Their Joint Album “Los Dioses”

Anuel AA and Ozuna are opening up about their budding bromance

In celebration of their recently released joint album Los Dioses, the 28-year-old Puerto Rican artist and 28-year-old Dominican-Puerto Rican singer-songwriter, have released a 20-minute documentary on YouTube.

Anuel AA & Ozuna

The film gives fans a look into the artists’ friendship and takes them on a behind-the-scenes ride of the creative process of their album.

A mix of Instagram lives, studio sessions, and rare footage, Anuel, and Ozuna open up about their ride-or-die bromance and more.

With production from hitmakers Tainy, Hi Music Hi Flow, Ovy on the Drums, DJ Luian, Mambo Kings, and Súbelo NeoLos Dioses is home to 12 tracks that flex Anuel and Ozuna’s versatility, musical evolution and, most importantly, bromance.

Anuel AA & Ozuna Team Up for First Joint Album “Los Dioses”

They’ve collaborated several times… And now Anuel AA and Ozuna have taken it a step further.

The 28-year-old Puerto Rican artist and 28-year-old Dominican-Puerto Rican singer-songwriter, both Latin trap and reggaetón heavy-hitters, have joined voices for their first full-length project together.

Anuel AA & Ozuna

 

Anuel AA and Ozuna have consistently produced chart-toppers both in Latin America and across the globe, including hits like “Adicto,” “Cambio,” and “Patek.” And their established chemistry is on full display as the pair lay down 12 more tracks together for their highly anticipated joint album Los Dioses.

Standouts from the album include the fourth track “Antes,” which shows the duo surfing on an uptempo reggaeton beat captivating enough to make anyone wish nightclubs were open again.

RD” is another standout, a slightly-seductive trap-inspired tune penned as an ode to the Dominican Republic.

Nena Buena,” “Contra el Mundo,” and the album’s final track “Municiones,” are also all highpoints of the project.

“There’s no other artist that I feel flows and hits perfectly with me,” Anuel AA told Apple Music in an interview for the album about making music with Ozuna. “My favorite songs are with him, and he thinks the same of mine.” He continued, “The name Los Dioses came about because I’m not human,” Anuel says. “It is thanks to God that we are in this elite league.”

Here’s the album’s tracklist

Tracklist:
1. Los Dioses
2. 100
3. Antes
4. Dime Tù
5. RD
6. Nena Buena
7. Contra el Mundo
8. Perreo
9. Perfecto
10. La Maria
11. Nunca
12. Municiones