Sebastian Yatra Leads Pack of Premio Lo Nuestro Nominees with 10 Nods

Sebastian Yatra is the artist to beat…

The 28-year-old Colombian singer, songwriter and actor leads the pack of Premio Lo Nuestro award nominees with 10 nods.

Sebastian YatraThe 35th edition of the Premio Lo Nuestro awards will air live from the Miami-Dade Arena on February 23 via Univision.

Yatra’s nods include the coveted all-genre artist of the year, song of the year and album of the year categories.

He is also nominated for tour of the year — which returned this year by popular demand, according to organizers — and other pop categories. His PLN-nominated album Dharma (2022) peaked at No. 2 on Latin Pop Albums and No. 13 on Top Latin Albums, among other Billboard chart achievements.

Yatra is closely followed by Bad BunnyCamiloBecky G and Grupo Firme, who each garnered nine nods; urbano household names MalumaDaddy Yankee and Ozuna take eight each.

Beloved couple Rauw Alejandro and Rosalía tie with seven, alongside Carin LeónKarol GCarlos Vives and J Balvin.

Aside from topping the list, Yatra will co-host the longest-running Latin music ceremony alongside television presenter and actress Alejandra Espinoza, Mexican pop superstar Paulina Rubio, and Adrián Uribe of Univision’s late-night show De Noche Pero Sin Sueño.

In total, 192 artists across diverse musical backgrounds are nominated within 39 categories. The nominations for Premio Lo Nuestro are based on Uforia radio airplay during the eligibility period of October 1, 2021 through September 30, 2022.

Streaming counts and the assessment of a committee of music and entertainment experts also factor in this list.

Fans can vote for their favorite artists on PremioLoNuestro.com, until Sunday, February 5.

This year’s theme is “El Mundo Es Lo Nuestro” and the 35th annual award show will broadcast live on Thursday, February 23 at 7:00 pm ET. It will simulcast on Galavisión in the U.S. and Canal 5 in Mexico.

Here’s the complete list of nominees:

Premio Lo Nuestro Artist of the Year 
Ángela Aguilar
Bad Bunny
Becky G
Camilo
Christian Nodal
Grupo Firme
J Balvin
Karol G
Prince Royce
Sebastián Yatra

Song of the Year
“Ahí Donde Me Ven” – Ángela Aguilar
“Cada Quien” – Grupo Firme & Maluma
“Como Lo Hice Yo” – Matisse & Carin León
“Envolver” – Anitta
“MAMIII” – Becky G & Karol G
“Medallo” – Blessd, Justin Quiles & Lenny Tavares
“Moscow Mule” – Bad Bunny
“Sus Huellas” – Romeo Santos
“Tacones Rojos” – Sebastián Yatra
“Una Nota” – J Balvin & Sech

Album of the Year
Cumbiana II – Carlos Vives
De Adentro Pa Afuera – Camilo
Dharma – Sebastián Yatra
Esquemas – Becky G
Forajido EP1 – Christian Nodal
Legendaddy – Daddy Yankee
Me Siento A Todo Dar – Banda Los Recoditos
Motomami – Rosalía
Pa’lla Voy – Marc Anthony
Un Verano Sin Ti – Bad Bunny

Remix of the Year
“Entre Nosotros (Remix)” – Tiago PZK, Lit Killah, María Becerra & Nicki Nicole
“Envolver (Remix)” – Anitta & Justin Quiles
“Gracias (Remix)” – Pedro Capó & Farruko
“La Ducha (Remix)” – Elena Rose, María Becerra, Greeicy, Becky G & TINI
“Sal y Perrea (Remix)” – Sech, Daddy Yankee & J Balvin

New Artist Male
Bizarrap
Humbre
Lasso
Lit Killah
Maldy
Mario Puglia
Mora
Quevedo
Ryan Castro
Trueno

New Artist Female 
Bad Gyal
Corina Smith
Elsa y Elmar
Kim Loaiza
La Gabi
Las Villa
Lola Indigo
Tokischa
Villano Antillano
Young Miko

Regional Mexican – New Artist
Aldo Trujillo
Carin León
DannyLux
Gera MX
Ivan Cornejo
Junior H
Los Del Limit
Luis R Conriquez
Uziel Payan
Yahritza y Su Esencia

“Crossover” Collaboration of the Year
“La Fama” – Rosalía & The Weeknd
“Nostálgico” – Rvssian, Rauw Alejandro & Chris Brown
“SG” – DJ Snake, Ozuna, Megan Thee Stallion & Lisa
“Sigue” – J Balvin & Ed Sheeran
“Sin Fin” – Romeo Santos & Justin Timberlake

The Perfect Mix of the Year
“Cada Quien” – Grupo Firme & Maluma
“Cumbia Del Corazón” – Los Ángeles Azules & Carlos Vives
“Ella Qué Te Dio” – Ángela Aguilar & Jesse & Joy
“El Pañuelo” – Romeos Santos & Rosalía
“Llorar y Llorar” – Mau Y Ricky & Carin León
“Loquita” – Reik & Rauw Alejandro
“Mariposa Traicionera” – Maná & Alejandro Fernández
“Oh Na Na” – Camila Cabello, Myke Towers & Tainy
“Santo” – Christina Aguilera & Ozuna
“Te Espero” – Prince Royce & María Becerra

Tour of the Year
De Adentro Pa Afuera World Tour – Camilo
De Iztapalapa Para El Mundo Tour – Los Ángeles Azules
Dharma World Tour – Sebastián Yatra
El Último Tour del Mundo & World’s Hottest Tour – Bad Bunny
Enfiestados Y Amanecidos Tour – Grupo Firme
La Última Misión World Tour – Wisin Y Yandel
La Última Vuelta World Tour – Daddy Yankee
Motomami World Tour – Rosalía
Papi Juancho World Tour – Maluma
$trip Love Tour – Karol G

DJ of the Year
Agudelo 888
Bizarrap
Caleb Calloway
Dímelo Flow
DJ Bash
DJ Pope
DJ Tao
DJ Tornall
Fer Palacio
Pablito Pesadilla

Pop – Male Artist of the Year
Camilo
Carlos Rivera
Chayanne
Enrique Iglesias
Luis Fonsi
Maluma
Pedro Capó
Ricky Martin
Sebastián Yatra
Tommy Torres

Pop – Female Artist of the Year
Camila Cabello
Christina Aguilera
Ednita Nazario
Gloria Trevi
Kany García
Laura Pausini
Paulina Rubio
Shakira
Sofía Reyes Yuri

Pop – Song of the Year
“Como Tú Decías” – Tommy Torres
“DPM (De P*ta Madre)” – Kany García
“Espacio En Tu Corazón” – Enrique Iglesias
“Pedir Perdón” – Ednita Nazario
“Pegao” – Camilo
“Tacones Rojos” – Sebastián Yatra
“Te Amo Y Punto” – Chayanne
“Volver a Casa” – Pedro Capó
“Yo Soy” – Paulina Rubio

Pop – Collaboration of the Year
“A Veces Bien Y A Veces Mal” – Ricky Martin & Reik
“Contigo” – Sebastián Yatra & Pablo Alborán
“Estar Enamorado” – Carlos Rivera & Raphael
“Índigo” – Camilo & Evaluna Montaner
“Intenciones” – Mario Puglia & Renee
“Muero” – Kany García & Alejandro Sanz
“Si Pudiera” – Vanesa Martín & Jesse & Joy
“Te Felicito” – Shakira & Rauw Alejandro
“Vacaciones” – Luis Fonsi & Manuel Turizo
“Wow BB” – Natti Natasha, El Alfa & Chimbala

Pop-Urban – Song of the Year
“Buenos Días” – Wisin, Camilo & Los Legendarios
“Envolver” – Anitta
“Experimento” – Myke Towers
“Fiesta” – Farina & Ryan Castro
“La Funka” – Ozuna
“Mama Tetema” – Maluma ft. Raywanny
“MAMIII” – Becky G & Karol G
“Te Felicito” – Shakira & Rauw Alejandro
“Toa La Noche” – CNCO
“TV” – Sebastián Yatra

Pop-Urban/Dance – Song of the Year
“Baila Así” – Play-N-Skillz, Thalía, Becky G & Chiquis
“Bailé Con Mi Ex” – Becky G
“Bendecido” – El Alfa & Farina
“Berlin” – Zion & Lennox & María Becerra
“Despechá” – Rosalía
“El Incomprendido” – Farruko, Víctor Cárdenas & DJ Adoni
“El Teke Teke” – Carlos Vives, Black Eyed Peas & Play-N-Skillz
“Hot” – Daddy Yankee & Pitbull
“Mujeriego” – Ryan Castro
“Quevedo: BZRP Music Sessions, Vol. 52” – Bizarrap & Quevedo

Pop/Ballad – Song of the Year
“A Veces Bien Y A Veces Mal” – Ricky Martin & Reik
“Ahora Sé” – Sin Bandera
“Caja” – Laura Pausini
“Contigo” – Sebastián Yatra & Pablo Alborán
“El Día Que Me Quieras” – Ricardo Montaner
“Ensayando Cómo Pedirte Perdón” – Gloria Trevi
“Estar Enamorado” – Carlos Rivera & Raphael
“Muero” – Kany García & Alejandro Sanz
“Nuestra Balada” – Luis Fonsi
“Respira” – Jesse & Joy

Pop – Group or Duo of the Year
CNCO
Ha*Ash
Jesse & Joy
Maná
Matisse
Mau y Ricky
Morat
Piso 21
Reik
Sin Bandera

Pop – Album of the Year
777 – Piso 21
Clichés – Jesse & Joy
De Adentro Pa Afuera – Camilo
Dharma – Sebastián Yatra
El Amor Que Merecemos – Kany García
Isla Divina – Gloria Trevi
Ley de Gravedad – Luis Fonsi
Leyendas (Edición de Lujo) – Carlos Rivera
Play – Ricky Martin
XOXO – CNCO

Urban – Male Artist of the Year
Bad Bunny
Daddy Yankee
Don Omar
Farruko
J Balvin
Jhayco
Nicky Jam
Ozuna
Rauw Alejandro
Wisin

Urban – Female Artist of the Year
Anitta
Becky G
Elena Rose
Farina
Karol G
María Becerra
Natti Natasha
Nicky Nicole
Rosalía
Tokischa

Urban – Song of the Year
“Deprimida” – Ozuna
“Desesperados” – Rauw Alejandro & Chencho Corleone
“Dos Tragos” – Jay Wheeler
“Envolver” – Anitta
“Moscow Mule” – Bad Bunny
“Nivel De Perreo” – J Balvin & Ryan Castro
“Ojos Rojos” – Nicky Jam
“Provenza” – Karol G
“Remix” – Daddy Yankee
“Sensual Bebé” – Jhayco

Urban – Collaboration of the Year
“Bendecido” – El Alfa & Farina
“Emojis de Corazones” – Wisin, Jhayco, Ozuna & Los Legendarios
“Friki” – Feid & Karol G
“Lo Siento BB:/” – Tainy, Bad Bunny & Julieta Venegas
“Mayor Que Usted” – Natti Natasha, Daddy Yankee & Wisin y Yandel
“Medallo” – Blessd, Justin Quiles & Lenny Tavárez
“Me Porto Bonito” – Bad Bunny & Chencho Corleone
“Nos Comemos” – Tiago PZK & Ozuna
“Problemón” – Álvaro Díaz & Rauw Alejandro
“Una Nota” – J Balvin & Sech

Urban – Album of the Year
Envolver – Anitta
Esquemas – Becky G
La Última Misión – Wisin y Yandel
Las Leyendas Nunca Mueren – Anuel AA
Legendaddy – Daddy Yankee
Lyke Mike – Myke Towers
Motomami – Rosalía
Sauce Boyz 2 – Eladio Carrión
The Love & Sex Tape – Maluma
Un Verano Sin Ti – Bad Bunny

Tropical – Artist of the Year
Carlos Vives
Gente de Zona
Gilberto Santa Rosa
Juan Luis Guerra
Luis Figueroa
Marc Anthony
Olga Tañón
Prince Royce
Romeo Santos
Víctor Manuelle

Tropical – Song of the Year
“La Cantante (Salsa)” – Yahaira Plasencia ft. Ator Untela
“Lao’ a Lao’” – Prince Royce
“Mala” – Marc Anthony
“Sus Huellas” – Romeo Santos
“Todavía Te Espero” – Luis Figueroa

Tropical – Collaboration of the Year
“Baloncito Viejo” – Carlos Vives & Camilo
“El Negrito” – Gente de Zona & Carlos Vives
“Señor Juez” – Ozuna & Anthony Santos
“Si Yo Estoy Loco” – SanLuis & Fonseca
“Te Espero” – Prince Royce & María Becerra
“Vamo’ A Ver Si El Gas Pela” – Víctor Manuelle, Miky Woodz & Marvin Santiago

Tropical – Album of the Year
Cumbiana II – Carlos Vives
De Menor A Mayor – Gente de Zona
De Trulla Con El Combo – El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico
Debut T Segunda Tanda, Vol. 1 – Gilberto Santa Rosa
Lado A Lado B – Víctor Manuelle
Luis Figueroa – Luis Figueroa
Mi Muchachita – Elvis Martinez
Pa’lla Voy – Marc Anthony
Resistirá – Milly Quezada
Tañón Pal’ Combo Es Lo Que Hay – Olga Tañón

Regional Mexican – Male Artist of the Year
Adriel Favela
Alfredo Olivas
Carin León
Christian Nodal
Eden Muñoz
El Fantasma
Gerardo Ortiz
Joss Favela
Lenin Ramírez
Pepe Aguilar

Regional Mexican – Female Artist of the Year
Aída Cuevas
Ana Bárbara
Ángela Aguilar
Carolina Ross
Chiquis
Flor de Toloache
Las Marías
Lupita Infante
Majo Aguilar
Yuridia

Regional Mexican – Song of the Year
“Ahí Donde Me Ven” – Ángela Aguilar
“Cómo Te Olvido” – La Arrolladora Banda El Limón de René Camacho
“Esta Vida Es Muy Bonita” – Banda El Recodo de Cruz Lizárraga
“Mis Problemas” – Chiquis
“No Paras De Hacerme Feliz” – La Fiera de Ojinaga
“Ojos Cerrados” – Banda MS de Sergio Lizárraga & Carin León
“Otra Noche” – Los Ángeles Azules & Nicki Nicole
“Ya No Somos Ni Seremos” – Christian Nodal
“Ya Solo Eres Mi Ex” – La Adictiva
“Ya Supérame (En Vivo)” – Grupo Firme

Regional Mexican – Collaboration of the Year
“Amores Van y Vienen” – La Nueva Estrategia & La Maquinaria Norteña
“Con Un Botecito A Pecho” – Adriel Favela & Carin León
“En Tu Perra Vida” – Grupo Firme & Lenin Ramírez
“La Sinvergüenza” – Christian Nodal & Banda MS de Sergio Lizárraga
“Tus Desprecios” – Pepe Aguilar & El Fantasma

Regional Mexican – Grupo o Duo of the Year
Banda Los Recoditos
Banda Los Sebastianes
Banda MS de Sergio Lizárraga
Edwin Luna y La Trakalosa de Monterrey
Grupo Firme
La Adictiva
La Arrolladora Banda El Limón de René Camacho
La Fiera de Ojinaga
Los Ángeles Azules
Yahritza y Su Esencia

Regional Mexican – Norteño Song of the Year
“Chale” – Eden Muñoz
“Gato de Madrugada” – Joss Favela
“Míranos Ahora” – Calibre 50
“No” – Alfredo Olivas
“No Paras de Hacerme Feliz” – La Fiera de Ojinaga
“Si Me Duele Que Duela” – Intocable

Regional Mexican – Banda Song of the Year
“Cada Quien” – Grupo Firme & Maluma
“Cómo Te Olvido” – La Arrolladora Banda El Limón de René Camacho
“Esta Vida Es Muy Bonita” – Banda El Recodo de Cruz Lizárraga
“Quiero Amanecer Con Alguien” – Chiquis
“Ya Solo Eres Mi Ex” – La Adictiva

Regional Mexican – Mariachi/Ranchera Song of the Year
“Ahí Donde Me Ven” – Ángela Aguilar
“Amor Ilegal” – Majo Aguilar
“Con Un Botecito A Pecho” – Adriel Favela & Carin León
“Me Hace Tanto Bien” – Yuridia & Eden Muñoz
“Triste” – Chayín Rubio
“Ya No Somos Ni Seremos” – Christian Nodal

Regional Mexican – Sierreña Song of the Year
“Como Antes” – Nathan Galante
“Descansando” – Fuerza Regida
“Híbrido” – Virlán García
“Soy El Único” – Yahritza y Su Esencia
“Un Día Menos” – Grupo Los de Chiwas

Regional Mexican – Album of the Year
A La Medida – Pepe Aguilar
Abeja Reina – Chiquis
Aclarando La Mente – Joss Favela
Enfiestados Y Amanecidos – Grupo Firme
Esta Vida Es Muy Bonita – Banda El Recodo de Cruz Lizárraga
Forajido EP1 – Christian Nodal
Jalas O No Jalas (Edición Deluxe) – La Fiera de Ojinaga
Me Siento A Todo Dar – Banda Los Recoditos
Prefiero Estar Contigo – La Arrolladora Banda El Limón de René Camacho

Rosalia Releases New Bilingual Track “LLYLM”

Rosalia is switching tongues…

The 30-year-old Spanish Grammy-winning singer has released the bilingual new single “LLYLM.”

Rosalia“El que quiero no me quiere como quiero que me quiera,” Rosalía sings over her signature handclap beat on the track created in part with Max Martin.

The opening verse of “LLYLM” is almost a tongue twister with lyrics that showcase despair after she realizes that the guy she likes doesn’t like her like she’d like him to like her.

She then effortlessly transitions into English, to get her point across in case something gets lost in translation.

“I don’t need honestly, baby, lie like you love me, lie like you love me,” she sings, soaring over a guitar-led tune fused with magnetic handclaps.

It’s Rosalia’s first single of the year following her 2022 Latin Grammy-winning album Motomami.

Bad Bunny to Become Coachella’s First-Ever Latin Headlining Act

Bad Bunny is set to make history yet again

The 2023 Coachella Music and Arts Festival lineup has been announced, with the 28-year-old Puerto Rican superstar revealed as one of the headlining acts.

Bad BunnyIn doing so, Bad Bunny – the ultra-hot reggaeton superstar who had the highest-grossing tour of 2022 in North America and internationally – becomes the first Latin act to ever headline the festival.

Coachella is set to take place in Indio, Calif., on two consecutive weekends, from April 14-16 and then again from April 21-23.

Bad Bunny will play Friday on April 14 and 21.

But Bad Bunny isn’t the only Latinx act set to perform…

Becky G will return to Coachella to perform her own set after being Karol G’s special guest last year, where they sang their anthem “MAMIII” in front of a roaring crowd.

Spanish star Rosalía will take the stage on Saturday, April 15 and Saturday, April 22.

Others set to perform include the iconic Argentine rock band Los Fabulosos Cadillacs are confirmed, as well as emerging artists DannyLux and Conexión Divina as the face of a new generation of Mexican music. Kali Uchis and Eladio Carrión are also set to perform.

This year’s lineup doesn’t compare to the number of Latin artists featured last year, which was more than 20 representing a wide-ranging and robust slate of Spanish-language artists. Then, Coachella had doubled the Latin acts on its 2022 roster from 2020, the most ever featured at an edition of the event.

Here’s when the Spanish-language acts are playing at this year’s festival:

Friday, April 14 & 21
Bad Bunny
Becky G
DannyLux
¿Téo? 

Saturday April 15 & 22
Rosalía
Eladio Carrión
Los Fabulosos Cadillacs
The Linda Lindas 

Sunday April 16 & 23
Kali Uchis
Los Bitchos
Conexión Divina

Rosalía Teases Potential New All-English Track “LLYLM”

Is Rosalía switching tongues?

The 30-year-old Spanish Grammy-winning singer/songwriter is teasing what appease to be her first music release of 2023.

RosaliaIn a new TikTok post uploaded on Monday (Jan. 9), Rosalia shared a 25-second video where she’s wearing a long coat, fuzzy ear muffs, and spinning around a lighted and glittery room.

In the background, a snippet of what could possibly be her new song titled “LLYLM(Lie Like You Love Me).

The upcoming track highlights Rosalia singing a verse completely in English backed by a catchy pop tune laced with flamenco palmas (handclapping).

“I don’t need honesty/Baby, lie like you love me, lie like you love me/Cover me in a dream, I’ll be yours, our fantasy/Who needs the honesty?/ Baby, lie like you love me, lie like you love me/Maybe in the end, it becomes real, enough for me,” she chants in the track.

The “Bizcochito” singer teased the new track three weeks after dropping her first collaborative effort with Cardi B on “Despechá RMX” and just days after ringing in the new year in Japan alongside her boyfriend, singer Rauw Alejandro and the latest music lovebirds Christian Nodal and Cazzu.

In 2022, Rosalía won four Latin Grammys awards, including the coveted album of the year for Motomami. The edgy and experimental 16-track set debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin Pop Albums chart on the April 2, 2022-dated ranking.

Her supporting world tour grossed $28.1 million through the end of October, according to Billboard Boxscore.

Bad Bunny’s “Titi Me Pregunto” Among Barack Obama’s Favorite Songs of 2022

Bad Bunny has a high profile fan…

Former President Barack Obama has released a list of his 25 favorite songs of 2022, with the 28-year-old Puerto Rican superstar making the grade.

Bad BunnyObama selected Bad Bunny’s “Titi Me Pregunto,” which reached No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart, as one of his faves.

But that wasn’t Obama’s only favorite by a Latin artist…

Best new artist Grammy nominee Omar Apollo made it onto Obama’s list.

The 25-year-old Mexican American artist made the list with his single “Tamaoatchi.”

Spanish Latin superstar Rosalia, who topped many critics’ year-end lists, was recognized by Obama for her song “Saoko.”

“I always enjoy sharing my end of year music playlist with all of you — and this year we heard a lot of great songs. Here are some of my favorites,” he wrote on social media.

Rosalía to Release “Despechá” Remix with Cardi B as a Featured Guest

Rosalía is getting a high profile assist on her chart-topping hit…

The 30-year-old Spanish singer-songwriter’s certified hit “Despechá” is getting a remix with Cardi B as a featured guest.

RosaliaThe announcement remix was made by Rosalía via social media, with the singer writing:

“MOTOMAMIS, TOMORROW DESPECHÁ REMIX, who do you think it will be with????” A day later, she followed up revealing which artist would join her on the remix.

“Today at midnight with La Cardi,” she wrote.

Meanwhile, Cardi B responded with “Uy, bien perra.”

The remix will drop on Friday (Dec. 16).

Rosalía released “Despechá” back in July, her first single after releasing her Latin Grammy-winning album Motomami.

Her first mambo ever, the Chris Jedi and Gaby Music-produced track was first teased in the midst of her Motomami World Tour and quickly gained social media virality.

“Despechá” is a danceable electro-merengue and mambo fusion track about a girl who’s hitting the club with her friends to get over a heartbreak.

“There are many ways to be Despechá, in this theme it is from the freeness or the craziness, moving without reservations or regrets,” she previously said in a statement.

In October, the track scored Rosalía her first No. 1 as a soloist, unaccompanied by any other act, on Billboard‘s Latin Airplay chart.

“Despechá” also helped secure the artist her second No. 1 on Billboard’s Tropical Airplay chart. On Hot Latin Songs, it peaked at No. 7 on the chart dated October 1.

Rosalia Among Headlining Acts for 2023’s Primavera Sound Festival

Rosalia is getting into the primavera spirit…

The star-studded lineup for the 2023 Primavera Sound Festival has been revealed, with the 30-year-old Spanish singer/songwriter among the acts set to perform.

RosaliaRosalia will headline the event alongside Kendrick Lamar, Depeche Mode, Blur and Halsey.

The event will take place in both Barcelona (June 1-3) at Ciudad del Rock in Arganda Del Rey and Madrid (June 8-10) at the Parc Del Forum.

Other participating acts include Ghost, Darkside, Le Tigre, Turnstile, Sparks, Pusha T, Baby Keem, Skrillex, Bad Religion, The Mars Volta, Bad Gyal, Maneskin, St. Vince, the War on Drugs and many more.

In addition, the Pet Shop Boys will play Wednesday’s (May 31) free show with Jake Bugg, Confidence man and La Paloma.

Other acts slated to take the stage include: Japanese Breakfast, PinkPanthress, Christine and the Queens, Arlo Parks, The Voidz, Alex G, Built to Spill, The Moldy Peaches, Bleachers, Julia Jacklin, Caroline Polachek, Maggie Rogers, My Morning Jacket, Tokischa, Death Grips and more.

One-day and multi-day tickets will go on sale on Thursday, December 1 at 12:00 pm CET; more information on tickets here.

Festival organizers announced earlier this year that 2023’s event would take place in Barcelona and Madrid for the first time, saying that the cities will “mirror” each other on consecutive summer weekends.

“Look for yourself in the Primavera Sound 2023 line-up… and find yourself,” organizers said in a statement in describing the mirror-image lineups. “Because we assure you that you are there. After twenty editions, the festival is the mirror in which the community that will come from near and far to Barcelona and for the first time to Madrid next June looks at itself and recognizes itself, but after everything it has experienced, this reflection goes in two directions, marking the richest musical itinerary we can think of: Primavera Sound also looks for and finds itself in its own audience.”

Manuel Turizo’s “La Bachata” Holds at No. 1 for 11th Week on Billboard Argentina Hot 100 Chart

Manuel Turizo continues his chart-topping ways in Argentina…

The 22-year-old Colombian singer’s hit single “La Bachata” is spending an 11th week at No. 1 on the Billboard Argentina Hot 100 chart dated November 19).

Manuel TurizoIt’s the longest reign for any song in 2022, and the fifth-most among all titles.

With Turizo adding another week at the summit, let’s look at the longest leads since the chart launched in 2018:

25 weeks, “Tusa,” Karol G & Nicki Minaj
16 weeks, “Entre Nosotros,” Tiago pzk, LIT Killa, Nicki Nicole & Maria Becerra
13, “Otro Trago,” Sech, Darell, Nicky Jam, Ozuna & Anuel AA
12, “Hawai,” Maluma & The Weeknd
12, “Calma,” Pedro Capo & Farruko
11, “La Bachata,” Manuel Turizo

 Meanwhile, Rosalía’s “Despechá” holds strong at No. 2 for an 11th nonconsecutive week. Bizarrap and Quevedo’s “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 52” rebounds to No. 3 for a fifth week after its eight-week atop the ranking, while María Becerra’s “Automático” dips 3-4.

Further, Argentinian Ysy A scores his 15th entry as every song from his latest album, Ysysmo, debuts on the tally. One song from the 12-track set, which released on November 11 through Sponsor Dios, scores the week’s Hot Shot Debut: “Cómo Chilla Ella,” with Sponsor Dios and Evlay, at No. 5.

Elsewhere, Bizarrap adds a 35th entry as his latest collab with Duki, “Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 50,” debuts at No. 11. With the new arrival, he ties with Anuel AA, Ozuna and Rauw Alejandro for the third-most, trailing only Bad Bunny’s 53 entries and J Balvin’s 49. Duki, meanwhile, adds a 34th appearance to his account.

La K’onga takes the Greatest Gainer honors of the week thanks to “El Mismo Aire,” which ascends 97-81. Lali collects her 14th entry as “Motiveishon” starts at No. 83. Lastly, David Guetta and Bebe Rexha’s “I’m Good (Blue)” opens at No. 85.

Karol G to Perform at This Year’s Latin Grammys Awards Show

Karol G is taking the stage at this year’s Latin Grammys

The 31-year-old Colombian singer and songwriter has joined the list of performers for the upcoming Latin Grammys awards show, according to the Latin Recording Academy.

Karol GThe “Provenza” singer appears on roster of new performers that includes Romeo Santos for the show, which will take place on November 17 at the Michelob Ultra Arena in Las Vegas.

Latin Grammy Cultural Foundation scholarship recipients Xavier Cintrón, Valentina Garcia, Nicolle Horbath and Sergio De Miguel Jorquera will also take the stage alongside previously announced performer, Nicky Jam.

Karol G is nominated in three categories including record of the year and song of the year for her and Ovy on the Drums’ “Provenza.”

Romeo Santos is a nominee in the best long-form music video category for his documentary “Romeo Santos: King of Bachata”; and as a member of Aventura, he is nominated for best urban fusion/performance.

They join previously announced artists Banda Los Recoditos, Camilo, Ángela Aguilar, Elvis Costello, Chiquis, Jorge Drexler, Silvana Estrada, Gente de Zona, Goyo, Jesse & Joy, John Legend, Carin León, Los Bukis, Mariachi Sol de México de José Hernández, Aymée Nuviola, Julio Reyes Copello, Sin Bandera, Carlos Vives, Sebastián Yatra, Nicole Zignago and the 2022 Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year, Marco Antonio Solís.

The lineup also boasts Christina Aguilera, who is up for seven awards, Rauw Alejandro, Rosalía, Marc Anthony and Christian Nodal.

The night’s most-nominated artists are Bad Bunny, who has a total of 10 nods, and Mexican-American composer Edgar Barrera, who holds nine.

Additionally, the Academy shared its bill of presenters, which includes Maria Becerra, Becky G, Eden Muñoz and Farina, in addition to Macarena Achaga, Yalitza Aparicio, Cami, Miguel Angel Muñoz, Fonesca, Luis Figueroa, Kany García, Kurt, Ludmilla, Victor Manuelle, Fito Páez, Georgina Rodríguez, Alison Solís, Marla Solís, Luisa Sonza, Tainy and Adrián Uribe.

The 23rd Latin Grammys, which “celebrate the present and embrace the future of Latin music,” will be hosted by current nominee Anitta, Latin-Grammy winners Luis Fonsi and Laura Pausini, and by the Latin Recording Academy’s President’s Award recipient Thalia.

Latin Grammy winner Julio Reyes Copello will be the night’s musical director.

The telecast will air on Univision on November 17, at 8:00 pm ET/PT (7 p.m. CT), and will air on cable channel TNT at 7:00 pm (MEX) / 8:00 pm (PAN-COL) / 9:00 pm (VEN) / 10:00 pm (ARG/CHI/BRAZIL), and on Televisa on Channel 5. The show will also be available on HBO Max in Spanish only.

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.