Karol G Releases New Single “Cairo”

Karol G is ready to rock like an Egyptian

The 31-year-old Colombian superstar has released her new track “Cairo,” an infectious track produced by her go-to producer Ovy On the Drums.

Karol GPenned by the team behind “Provenza” — Karol, Ovy and Keityn — “Cairo” is a head-bobbing earworm that thrives on a fusion of dance beats and Afrobeat. In the song, Karol sings about allowing herself to love again, even after swearing she wouldn’t.

“I’m not in love yet, but soon I will be,” she confesses.

“Cairo” follows Karol G’s “Gatubela,” which dropped in August. With the track, in collaboration with Maldy, the Colombian artist banked her 16th top 10 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs with a No. 4 debut on the September 10-dated ranking.

Billboard recently revealed that Karol G‘s $Trip Love tour had grossed $69.9 million and sold 410,000 tickets across 33 shows in North America (through the end of October), according to numbers reported to Billboard Boxscore. With those figures, she has now earned the highest U.S.-grossing tour by a female Latin act.

With $Trip Love, the “Provenza” singer surpasses Jennifer Lopez‘s $50 million grossing It’s My Party World Tour in 2019. Meanwhile, Shakira grossed $28.2 million in 2018 with her El Dorado World Tour. This year, Rosalía’s Motomami world tour has grossed $28.1 million through the end of October.

Karol G is currently working on her forthcoming album, which will follow her chart-topping, Grammy-nominated 2021 set, KG0516. She’s also slated to headline the 16th annual Calibash, taking place Jan. 21-22 at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles. She joins a previously billed group of headliners that includes Ozuna, Myke Towers and Farruko.

The song dropped alongside a music video, shot in Cairo, directed by WEOWNTHECITY.

Bad Bunny Becomes First Latino Artist Named Apple Music’s Artist of the Year

Bad Bunny is the apple of Apple’s eye…

Apple Music has named the 28-year-old Puerto Rican superstar its 2022 Artist of the Year.

Bad BunnyIt’s the first time since the Apple Music Awards launched in 2019 that a Latin artist has been recognized as AOTY, and the first time only one artist is named for the award.

Bad Bunny — whose Un Verano Sin Ti Album is also Apple Music’s most streamed album this year and the biggest Latin album of all time — is acknowledged for his excellence and influence on global culture in 2022. He now joins previous AOTY honorees including Billie Eilish, Lil Baby, Megan Thee Stallion, Taylor Swift and The Weeknd.

“We’re thrilled to celebrate the achievements of Bad Bunny, whose influence on every corner of culture could not be ignored in 2022,” said Oliver Schusser, Apple’s vice president of Apple Music and Beats, in a statement. “Watching Bad Bunny ascend from an Apple Music Up Next artist in 2018 to our Artist of the Year this year has been nothing short of extraordinary. We congratulate him on his record-breaking year and for continuing to bring Latin music to a massive global audience.”

In addition to becoming Apple Music’s biggest Latin artist of all time by streams worldwide, Bad Bunny’s “Moscow Mule” holds the record for the biggest Latin song of all time by first-day streams worldwide.

He broke the record for most simultaneous entries by a single Latin artist with 22 songs on the Daily Top 100; reached No. 1 on the Daily Top 100 in 34 countries worldwide, more than any other Latin artist; and holds the No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 Latin albums by first-day streams, just to name a few milestones.

“When I started, I didn’t have a global fan base,” he told Apple Music in an exclusive film. “I’m grateful for everything I’ve accomplished and everything I’ve experienced. The Latin music movement has grown so much. I would never take full credit or say, ‘It’s because of me.’ No, it’s every one of us. A whole generation. Our energy and presence are always felt.”

In celebration, the “Me Porto Bonito” singer curated a “La Fórmula” playlist with tracks from Myke Towers and Rauw Alejandro, among others, and fans can tune in to Apple Music 1, where it’s Bad Bunny Day with exclusive programming, specials, and more.

Rosalia Added to Headliners Roster for Los Angeles’ Calibash

Rosalia is Bash-ful

The 30-year-old Spanish singer/songwriter has been confirmed as a headliner for the annual Calibash, taking place January 21 and 22 at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles.

RosaliaIn a display of women’s increasing clout in the Latin urban landscape, Rosalia will be joined by Karol G as a headlining act.

They join a previously billed group of headliners that also includes OzunaMyke Towers and Farruko.

The Latin urban megafest, widely known as the pioneer and still the most storied in a crowded Latin urban festival landscape, will also feature performances by Ivy Queen and Becky G, as well as Jhayco, Nío García, Zion & Lennox, Blessd, Sech and Feid.

Rosalía and Karol G will both perform one-offs, as their U.S. tours will have concluded by January. Tickets are already on sale.

All told, seven artists will perform per night at Calibash, a departure from the fest’s early years of dozens of acts on the bill, and also a departure from more crowded rosters. It’s part of an effort to more carefully curate Calibash, says Alessandra Alarcón, president of SBS Entertainment, which created and promotes the show.

Alarcón says that when she took over Calibash, “I thought the audience would be OK with there being less acts but more quality sets. I thought if we could edit this down and give the headliners half hour, 45 minutes, I think people would be stoked to see that. And I’m happy to say I was right.”

Last year, Calibash sold out three nights at Crypto.com Arena, even though the shows took place in the midst of a COVID-19 surge.

Calibash was the first Latin music festival devoted to urban music that not only took place consistently every year and always on the West Coast, but also became known for its performances — planned and unplanned — by mainstream artists like French Montana, Cardi B and memorably in 2016, Justin Bieber, in addition to a slew of other stars.

Both Calibash performances will kick-off with a pre-show fan festival that celebrates Latin music and culture at L.A. Live with surprise performances, experiences and more.

Calibash is owned and operated by SBS Entertainment’s parent company, Spanish Broadcasting System, which owns and operates some of Latin music’s top radio stations in the country, including Los Angeles’ KXOL-FM La Mega 96.3, the event’s official station.

Tainy Renews Worldwide Publishing Agreement with Sony Music Publishing

Tainy is staying with Sony…

Sony Music Publishing has renewed its worldwide publishing agreement with the 32-year-old Puerto Rican chart-topping songwriter and producer.

TainyThe deal extends the company’s longstanding relationship with the hitmaker, which began in 2005 when he launched his career in Puerto Rico.

“I am grateful that my career has allowed me to reach new heights not only on the artistic and creative side, but also on the business side,” Tainy (real name Marco Masis) said in a statement. “And I appreciate having such great partners on the publishing end. Excited for the next chapter with the SMP family.”

Since kicking off his career, Tainy has become a go-to collaborator for artists such as Bad BunnyJ BalvinZion & Lennox and Wisin & Yandel. Most recently, Tainy produced nine songs on Bad Bunny’s record-breaking album, Un Verano Sin Ti, including “Ojitos Lindos” with Bomba Estéreo and the Rauw Alejandro-assisted “Party.”

In October, Tainy made history by becoming the first person to spend 100 weeks at No. 1 on any of Billboard‘s producers charts thanks to tracks like Bad Bunny’s “Yonaguni,” Bad Bunny and JhayCo‘s “Dákiti” and Kali Uchis‘ “Telepatía.”

“Tainy is one of the leading songwriters, artists, and producers in music today. He also happens to be a fantastic human being – as humble as he is talented. I have seen firsthand how he works with other artists and brings out the best in them, while at the same time adding just the right touch to the production or song to make it a lasting global hit,” added Jorge Mejia, Sony Music Publishing president & CEO, Latin America and U.S. Latin. “As an artist, he continues to rack up success after success. We are truly honored to have Tainy be part of our family and can’t wait to see what’s next in his stellar career.”

Currently, Tainy is working on Myke Towers’ upcoming record, according to SMP.

Farruko to Perform at This Year’s Vibra Urbana Festival in Orlando

Farruko is bringing some vibra to the summer season…

The 30-year-old Puerto Rican singer and songwriter will be performing at this year’s Vibra Urbana, the popular reggaeton festival returns to Orlando in the summer.

Farruko

Farruko, who rose to fame collaborating with Daddy Yankee, J Balvin, Don Omar and J Álvarez, joines a lineup that includes Myke Towers, Arcangel, Nio Garcia, Eladio Carrion, Lunay, Feid and many more.

For its second consecutive year in Orlando, the event will take place on June 11-12 at the Central Florida Fairgrounds.

Vibra Urbana will first make its debut stop at Las Vegas in April and will wrap the year in the winter in Miami.

For Orlando’s full lineup and ticket information, visit www.vibraurbanafest.com.

Luis Fonsi Releases New Album “Ley De Gravedad”

It’s a grave new world for Luis Fonsi.

The 43-year-old Puerto Rican singer has released Ley De Gravedad, his latest album from Universal Music Latino.

Luis FonsiAlways the romantic, Fonsi taps into his core as a singer/songwriter who writes tracks armed first and foremost with his guitar, in this collection of songs about love won and lost and reclaimed.

There are several danceable songs on the album, like the airy “Vacaciones” alongside Manuel Turizo and “Bésame,” which highlights a lighter side of Myke Towers.

And Fonsi definitely has developed a penchant for cross-genre collaborations.

On Ley De Gravedad he joins forces with a veritable who’s who of the urban world, including Rauw Alejandro, Nicky Jam, and Dalex.

But the heart of the album is the soulful ballads, like “Iglú” and the final “Girasoles,” where Fonsi sings simply accompanied by just his guitar in a hopeful reflection of the power of love and life.

Camila Cabello to Release Third Solo Album “Familia” on April 8

Camila Cabello is celebrating her birthday with a special announcement…

Om Thursday, March 3, the Cuban & Mexican singer and former Fifth Harmony member celebrated her 25th birthday by announcing that her third studio album, Familia, will be released next month on April 8.

Camila Cabello

“2 facts: it’s my birthday and this album is my whole f–king heart,” Cabello wrote on Twitter and Instagram, with a photo of the album’s cover art attached — an intimate snap of her in a sequined black dress with a multicolored ruffled skirt, holding a smiling young girl in her arms. “FAMILIA. Out April 8.” 

In addition to the cover art, the singer shared a link for fans and followers to pre-save the album on Spotify and Apple Music.

The news of Familia‘s release date comes after the three-time Grammy nominee started teasing the release of her forthcoming single, “Bam Bam” featuring Ed Sheeran, via TikTok and Instagram.

The single is preceded by “La Buena Vida,” “Don’t Go Yet” and “Oh Na Na” with Myke Towers and Tainy, though it is unclear if the collaboration is part of the album.

Speaking with Billboard News in November about the forthcoming album release, Cabello said Familia “means community, I guess the opposite of you on your own.” She continued, “It’s more you with other people land sharing in that joy and success, whatever that means. Interdependence realizing how important everybody is in your life. A lot of it is inspired by my relationships: My relationships to my family, my relationship to my friends, my relationship to my partner … it’s all about connections with other people, hence, Familia.”

J Balvin to Co-Headline ‘Sueños,’ Chicago’s New Reggaeton & Latin Trap Festival

J Balvin is livin’ the sueño(s)…

The 36-year-old Colombian singer and rapper will co-headline Sueños, a new reggaeton and Latin trap festival in Chicago.

J Balvin

J Balvin will co-headline with Ozuna and Wisin y Yandel, when the festival takes place during Memorial Day Weekend (May 28-29).

The first-ever edition of Sueños — presented by the producers behind Baja Beach Fest and Lollapalooza, respectively, and Chicago’s Reventon Promotions —  will also include sets by artists like Myke Towers, El Alfa, Tokischa, Sech, Natanael Cano, Fuerza Regida, Jhay Cortez, Blessd, Jowell & Randy, and DJ Luian.

“We’re honored to work with the producers of Lollapalooza and Reventon to bring a premier Latin festival to Grant Park in Chicago,” said Aaron Ampudia of Baja Beach Fest. “Reggaetón is a massive genre, but remains underserved by live festivals in the U.S. We’re extremely proud to expand to the US and serve our community and everyone who enjoys Latin music.”

Reventon Promotions’ Enrique Medrano added: ​​”Over a decade ago, I started Reventon Promotions with a dream of bringing authentic and diverse Hispanic entertainment to Chicago. Now I am excited and proud to be part of the first Sueños festival, an event that celebrates the Hispanic presence in the city, in addition to being held in the iconic and representative Grant Park right in the heart of downtown. What better place is there for thousands of people from different Latin American countries to meet, share, and celebrate with artists of the likes of J Balvin, Ozuna, and many more.”

Sueños’ inaugural edition will be the first of two back-to-back reggaeton festivals set to take place for the first time ever in Chicago over the summer.

The also new Más Flow three-day reggaeton fest — featuring headliners Don Omar and Ivy Queen — is confirmed for July 15 to July 17, and produced by Grass Root Events, a local production company.

Sueños and Más Flow join Chicago’s very own Ruido Fest, a Latin alternative music festival that launched in 2015, as the third and second Latinx music festivals to find a home in the Midwestern city, where Latinos are now the second-largest racial or ethnic group, growing by 5%  from roughly 779,000 in 2010 to nearly 820,000 in 2020, according to census data.

Tickets for Sueños will be available via pre-sale beginning Friday, February 11, at 1:00 pm ET with the official on-sale launching at 3:00 pm at www.suenosmusicfestival.com.

Camilo Earns 10 Premio Lo Nuestro Nominations

Camilo continues making waves in the Latin Music world…

Univision has announced the nominees for the 2022 Premio Lo Nuestro awards ceremony, with the 27-year-old Colombian singer, musician and songwriter tying for the most nods with 10.

CamiloCamilo, the top winner at last year’s Latin Grammys with four wins, is tied with regional Mexican artist Christian Nodal and Colombian urban sensation J Balvin  with 10 nods each.

They are followed by Bad Bunny and Karol G with nine each, and Calibre 50Carlos RiveraFarruko, Jhay Cortez, MalumaMyke Towers, and Rauw Alejandro with eight each.

The ten artists up for the coveted Premio Lo Nuestro Artist of the Year are Ángela Aguilar, Bad Bunny, Camilo, Christian Nodal, Grupo Firme, J Balvin, Karol G, Maluma, Rauw Alejandro, and Sebastián Yatra.

Other exciting categories include album of the year, song of the year, new female artist of the year, and new male artist of the year.

Under the theme “Vive El Momento,” meant to celebrate the presence of music, Premio Lo Nuestro has added four new categories: DJ of the Year, Pop – Solo Artist of the Year, Pop-Urban/Dance Song of the Year, and The Perfect Mix of the Year.

Overall, 166 artists are honored in 35 award categories ranging from pop, urban, tropical, and regional Mexican. According to a press release, the nominees are based on “airplay on Uforia radio during the eligibility period (October 1, 2020, through September 30, 2021), as well as on streaming and the assessment of a television committee consisting of Music and Entertainment experts.”

The 34th edition of Premio Lo Nuestro will air live from Miami’s FTX Arena on Thursday, February 24 with the “Noche de Estrellas” pre-show beginning at 7:00 pm ET/PT via Univision.

Fans can vote for their favorite artists until February 7 via PremioLoNuestro.com.

Here’s the complete list of nominees:

Premio Lo Nuestro Artist Of The Year
Ángela Aguilar
Bad Bunny
Camilo
Christian Nodal
Grupo Firme
J Balvin
Karol G
Maluma
Rauw Alejandro
Sebastián Yatra

Album Of The Year
El Último Tour Del Mundo – Bad Bunny
Entre Mar Y Palmeras (Live) – Juan Luis Guerra 4.40
Esta Vida Es Muy Bonita – Banda El Recodo De Cruz Lizárraga
Jose – J Balvin
KG0516 – Karol G
Leyendas – Carlos Rivera
Mexicana Enamorada – Ángela Aguilar
Mis Manos – Camilo
Utopia Live From Metlife Stadium – Romeo Santos
Vamos Bien – Calibre 50

Song Of The Year
Bichota – Karol G
Dákiti – Bad Bunny & Jhay Cortez
De Vuelta Pa’ La Vuelta – Daddy Yankee & Marc Anthony
Dime Cómo Quieres – Christian Nodal & Ángela Aguilar
Fiel – Los Legendarios, Wisin & Jhay Cortez
Pepas – Farruko
Telepatía – Kali Uchis
Todo De Ti – Rauw Alejandro
Vida De Rico – Camilo
Yo Todo Lo Doy – Alfredo Olivas

New Artist Female
Ángela Aguilar
Elena Rose
Evaluna Montaner
Kali Uchis
La Ross Maria
Majo Aguilar
María Becerra
The Change
VF7
Yendry

New Artist Male
Blessd
Boza
Duki
El Alfa
El Fantasma
Feid
Khea
Los Dos Carnales
Santa Fe Klan
Tiago Pzk

Remix Of The Year
911 (Remix) – Sech & Jhay Cortez
Ayer Me Llamó Mi Ex (Remix) – Khea, Natti Natasha, Prince Royce Ft. Lenny Santos
Fiel (Remix) – Wisin, Jhay Cortez, Anuel Aa Ft. Los Legendarios & Myke Towers
La Tóxica (Remix) – Farruko, Sech, Myke Towers Ft. Jay Wheeler & Tempo
Travesuras (Remix) – Nio García, Casper Mágico, Ozuna, Myke Towers, Wisin Y Yandel & Flow La Movie

“Crossover” Collaboration Of The Year
Del Mar – Ozuna, Doja Cat & Sia
Don’t Be Shy – Tiësto & Karol G
Girl Like Me (Remix) – Black Eyed Peas, Shakira & Twocolors
In Da Getto – J Balvin & Skrillex
Kesi (Remix) – Camilo & Shawn Mendes

The Perfect Mix Of The Year
100 Años – Carlos Rivera, Maluma & Calibre 50
Antes Que Salga El Sol – Natti Natasha & Prince Royce
Botella Tras Botella – Gera Mx & Christian Nodal
Canción Bonita – Carlos Vives & Ricky Martin
Con La Falta Que Me Haces – Reik & Grupo Firme
Cumbia A La Gente – Guaynaa & Los Ángeles Azules
De Vuelta Pa’ La Vuelta – Daddy Yankee & Marc Anthony
Me Pasé – Enrique Iglesias Ft. Farruko
Pareja Del Año – Sebastián Yatra & Myke Towers
Volví – Aventura & Bad Bunny Category

DJ Of The Year
Agudelo 888
Deorro
DJ Adoni
DJ Cornetto
DJ Luian
DJ Nelson
Iamchino
Mariana Bo
Toy Selectah
Victor Cardenas

Pop – Solo Artist Of The Year
Camilo
Carlos Rivera
Luis Fonsi
Maluma
Mon Laferte
Ricardo Montaner
Ricky Martin
Rosalía
Sebastián Yatra
Selena Gomez

Pop – Song Of The Year
Amén – Ricardo Montaner, Mau Y Ricky, Camilo & Evaluna Montaner
Eres Mi Religión – Maná & Joy
Estar Enamorado – Carlos Rivera & Raphael
Lo Intenté Todo – Reik & Jessie Reyez
Se Nos Fue La Mano – Ednita Nazario & Luis Fonsi
Siempre He Estado Aquí – Rbd (Anahí, Christopher Von Uckermann, Maite Perroni, Christian Chávez)
Tan Enamorados – Cnco
Telepatía – Kali Uchis
Un Beso En Madrid – Tini & Alejandro Sanz
Vida De Rico – Camilo

Pop – Collaboration Of The Year
Baila Conmigo – Selena Gomez & Rauw Alejandro
Fan De Tus Fotos – Nicky Jam & Romeo Santos
Pareja Del Año – Sebastián Yatra & Myke Towers
Perfecta – Reik & Maluma
Vacío – Luis Fonsi & Rauw Alejandro

Urbano Pop-Urban – Song Of The Year
Antes Que Salga El Sol – Natti Natasha & Prince Royce
La Tóxica – Farruko
Qué Más Pues? – J Balvin & María Becerra
Sobrio – Maluma
Todo De Ti – Rauw Alejandro

Dance Pop-Urban/Dance – Song Of The Year
Don’t Be Shy – Tiësto & Karol G
In Da Getto – J Balvin & Skrillex
La Mamá De La Mamá (Remix) – El Alfa, Busta Rhymes, Anitta Ft. Wisin, Cj & El Cherry Scom
Mambo – Steve Aoki, Willy William Ft. Sean Paul, El Alfa, Sfera Ebbasta & Play-N-Skillz
Pepas – Farruko

Pop/Ballad – Song Of The Year
Amén – Ricardo Montaner, Mau Y Ricky, Camilo & Evaluna Montaner
Estar Enamorado – Carlos Rivera & Raphael
Se Nos Fue La Mano – Ednita Nazario & Luis Fonsi
Te Hubieras Ido Antes – Reik
Volaré – Nella & Pedro Capo

Pop – Group Or Duo Of The Year
Cnco
Mau Y Ricky
Morat
Piso 21
Reik

Pop – Album Of The Year
Déjà Vu – Cnco
Desamorfosis – Thalía
El Amor En Los Tiempos Del Perreo – Piso 21
El Playlist De Anoche – Tommy Torres
La Más Bella – Ednita Nazario
Leyendas – Carlos Rivera
Mis Manos – Camilo
Revelación – Selena Gomez
Rifresh – Mau Y Ricky
Sin Miedo (Del Amor Y Otros Demonios) – Kali Uchis

Urban – Male Artist Of The Year
Bad Bunny
Daddy Yankee
Farruko
J Balvin
Jhay Cortez
Justin Quiles
Myke Towers
Ozuna
Rauw Alejandro
Wisin

Urban – Female Artist Of The Year
Anitta
Becky G
Cazzu
Emilia
Farina
Karol G
María Becerra
Mariah Angeliq
Natti Natasha
Nicki Nicole

Urban – Song Of The Year
Antes – Anuel Aa & Ozuna
Ayer Me Llamó Mi Ex (Remix) – Khea, Natti Natasha, Prince Royce Ft. Lenny Santos
Bichota – Karol G
Dákiti – Bad Bunny & Jhay Cortez
Fiel – Los Legendarios, Wisin & Jhay Cortez
La Nota – Manuel Turizo, Rauw Alejandro & Myke Towers
Loco – Justin Quiles, Chimbala & Zion Y Lennox
Pepas – Farruko
Problema – Daddy Yankee
Tu Veneno – J Balvin

Urban – Collaboration Of The Year
Am Remix – Nio García, J Balvin & Bad Bunny
Amor En Coma – Manuel Turizo & Maluma
Ayer Me Llamó Mi Ex (Remix) – Khea, Natti Natasha, Prince Royce Ft. Lenny Santos
Dime Dónde – Cazzu & Justin Quiles
Fulanito – Becky G & El Alfa
Antes – Anuel Aa & Ozuna
La Noche De Anoche – Bad Bunny & Rosalía
Location – Karol G, Anuel Aa & J Balvin
Mi Niña – Wisin, Los Legendarios & Myke Towers
Patria Y Vida – Yotuel, Gente De Zona, Descemer Bueno, Maykel Osorbo & El Funky

Urban – Album Of The Year
El Último Tour Del Mundo – Bad Bunny
Jose – J Balvin
KG0516 – Karol G
La 167 – Farruko
La Última Promesa – Justin Quiles
Los Favoritos 2.5 – Arcángel
Los Legendarios 001 – Los Legendarios
Nattividad – Natti Natasha
Timelezz – Jhay Cortez
Vice Versa – Rauw Alejandro

Regional Mexican – Artist Of The Year
Adrián Chaparro
Alejandro Fernández
Alfredo Olivas
Ángela Aguilar
Carin León
Christian Nodal
El Fantasma
Gerardo Ortiz
Joss Favela
Lenin Ramírez

Regional Mexican – Song Of The Year
A La Antigüita – Calibre 50
C***N Y Vago – El Fantasma & Los Dos Carnales
Como Si Yo Fuera Pastel – La Arrolladora Banda El Limón De Rene Camacho
Con Ese Corazón – La Maquinaria Norteña
Dime Cómo Quieres – Christian Nodal & Ángela Aguilar
Duele – Alejandro Fernández & Christian Nodal
Gracias – Adrián Chaparro
La Casita – Banda Ms De Sergio Lizárraga
Voy Pa’ Arriba Y Con Viada – Banda El Recodo De Cruz Lizárraga
Yo Todo Lo Doy – Alfredo Olivas

Regional Mexican – Collaboration Of The Year
100 Años – Carlos Rivera, Maluma & Calibre 50
Botella Tras Botella – Gera Mx & Christian Nodal
C***N Y Vago – El Fantasma & Los Dos Carnales
Duele – Alejandro Fernández & Christian Nodal
El Alumno – Joss Favela & Jessi Uribe

Regional Mexican – Group Or Duo Of The Year
Calibre 50
Banda Ms De Sergio Lizárraga
Grupo Firme
Los Dos Carnales
Banda Los Sebastianes

Norteño Song Of The Year
C***N Y Vago – El Fantasma & Los Dos Carnales
Con Ese Corazón – La Maquinaria Norteña
Nunca Supe Amarte – Intocable
Te Volvería A Elegir – Calibre 50
Yo Todo Lo Doy – Alfredo Olivas

Regional Mexican – Banda Song Of The Year
Como Si Yo Fuera Pastel – La Arrolladora Banda El Limón De Rene Camacho
El Tóxico – Grupo Firme & Carin León
Gracias – Adrián Chaparro
La Casita – Banda Ms De Sergio Lizárraga
Voy Pa’ Arriba Y Con Viada – Banda El Recodo De Cruz Lizárraga

Regional Mexican – Mariachi/Ranchera Song Of The Year
Aquí Abajo – Christian Nodal
Duele – Alejandro Fernández & Christian Nodal
Ya No Insistas Corazón – Vicente Fernández
100 Años – Carlos Rivera, Maluma & Calibre 50
Tu Amante – Yeison Jiménez

Regional Mexican – Sierreña Song Of The Year
Arrieros Somos – Grupo Los De Chiwas
Denver Ruleteamos – Javier Rosas Y Su Artillería Pesada & Los Minis De Caborca
El Buho – Luis R. Conriquez
Te Encontré – Ulices Chaidez & Eslabón Armado
Ya Me Enteré – Chayín Rubio

Regional Mexican – Cumbia Song Of The Year
Contigo – Edwin Luna Y La Trakalosa De Monterrey & Johana Rodríguez
Cumbia A La Gente – Guaynaa & Los Ángeles Azules
Llámame – Raymix
Mi Trokita Cumbia – Obzesion
Soledad – Santa Fe Klan

Regional Mexicano Regional Mexican – Album Of The Year
A Mis 80’s – Vicente Fernández
Carteles – El Fantasma
Desde Casa, En Concierto, Y Canciones Desempolvadas – Intocable
El Borracho – Los Dos Carnales
Esta Vida Es Muy Bonita – Banda El Recodo De Cruz Lizárraga
Hoy Que Te Pierdo – Kikin Y Los Astros
Llegando Al Rancho – Joss Favela
Mexicana Enamorada – Ángela Aguilar
Nos Divertimos Logrando Lo Imposible – Grupo Firme
Vamos Bien – Calibre 50

Tropical – Artist Of The Year
Carlos Vives
Juan Luis Guerra 4.40
La India
Luis Figueroa
Marc Anthony
Milly Quezada
Olga Tañón
Prince Royce
Romeo Santos
Víctor Manuelle

Tropical – Song Of The Year
Bebé – Camilo & El Alfa
Canción Bonita – Carlos Vives & Ricky Martin
Cómo Olvidar – Olga Tañón & Jay Wheeler
De Vuelta Pa’ La Vuelta – Daddy Yankee & Marc Anthony
Dios Así Lo Quiso – Ricardo Montaner & Juan Luis Guerra 4.40
Hasta El Sol De Hoy – Luis Figueroa
Lotería – Prince Royce
Tengo Un Dios – Silvestre Dangond
Un Amor Eterno – Marc Anthony
Víctimas Las Dos – Víctor Manuelle & La India

Tropical – Collaboration Of The Year
Búscame – Kany García & Carlos Vives
De Vuelta Pa’ La Vuelta – Daddy Yankee & Marc Anthony
Lo Veo Y No Lo Creo – Willy García & Gilberto Santa Rosa
Señor Juez – Ozuna & Anthony Santos
Víctimas Las Dos – Víctor Manuelle & La India

Maluma Among the Headlining Acts for This Year’s Baja Beach Fest

Maluma is headed south of the border this summer…

The 27-year-old Colombian singer-songwriter will co-headline this year’s Baja Beach Fest, which will return to the beaches of Mexico this summer.

Maluma, Quay Australia,In addition to Maluma, the Rosarito-based fest will also be headlined by Anuel AA, Farruko and Wisin y Yandel.

The festival will also feature a headlining performance from Sinaloan heroes Banda MS.

The festival is slated to run two weekends in a row, from August 12-14 and August 19-21 for three days each. Each weekend will close out with a headlining set from Daddy Yankee, who recently suggested on social media he would be heading out on his last world tour this year.

The Reggaeton and Latin Trap festival will also see sets from Myke Towers, Natanael CanoSechJhay CortezEl AlfaNatti Natasha and more.

Jay WheelerTokischaMoraNicki Nicole, Arcángel and VF7 and Lunay, among others, are also set to perform at the beachside resort.

Baja Beach Fest first emerged as a one-day event in 2018 and has continued to grow each year.

In 2019, the festival expanded to two days and welcomed top-tier talent including OzunaJ BalvinBecky GBad Bunny and Nicky Jam.

In 2020, the festival postponed due to the pandemic and returned in 2021 with performances from Ozuna, Balvin and Karol G for 30,000 fans.

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