Bad Bunny won big at the Latin American Music Awards last night, taking home five awards including Artist of the Year. The Puerto Rican singer-rapper dominated the show, which was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bad Bunny’s big night
Bad Bunny’s wins
Bad Bunny won five awards at the Latin American Music Awards on Thursday night, including Artist of the Year, Favorite Male Artist and Favorite Album.
The 26-year-old Puerto Rican singer, whose real name is Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, was also named Favorite Song for his collaboration with J Balvin on “I Like It.”
Bad Bunny’s other wins included Favorite Streaming Song for “Mia” with Drake, and he was also honored with the award for Latin Rhythm Artist of the Year.
Bad Bunny’s performance
Bad Bunny put on an amazing performance at the Latin American Music Awards last night, winning a total of four awards.
The Puerto Rican singer started the night off with a bang, winning the award for Artist of the Year. He also took home awards for Favorite Male Artist, Favorite Album (for X 100pre) and Favorite Streaming Song (for “Mia”).
Bad Bunny’s performance was one of the highlights of the night, as he sang his hits “Mia” and “I Like It” with Cardi B. The two artists had great chemistry on stage and put on a show that will be remembered for years to come.
The Latin American Music Awards
It was a big night for Bad Bunny at the Latin American Music Awards. The Puerto Rican singer took home eight awards, including Artist of the Year and Album of the Year. It was a historic moment for Bad Bunny, who became the first artist to ever win eight awards in one night.
The Latin American Music Awards is an annual American music award show that is broadcast on the television network Telemundo. The awards ceremony features performances by Latin American and Spanish-speaking artists in pop, rock, urban, hip hop, and other genres. The show was first held in 2015, and Bad Bunny has been the most-nominated artist every year since 2018.
This year’s show was hosted by actress Ana de la Reguera and singer Gerardo Ortiz. It took place on October 17, 2019, at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.
Bad Bunny won nine awards, including Artist of the Year and Album of the Year. J Balvin won five awards, including Song of the Year for “Mi Gente”. Ozuna won four awards, including New Artist of the Year.
Bad Bunny won big at the Latin American Music Awards, taking home five awards, including Artist of the Year and Album of the Year. J Balvin followed closely behind with four awards, including Male Artist of the Year. Ozuna won three awards, including Song of the Year for “Taki Taki.”
Other winners included Camila Cabello, who won Female Artist of the Year, and Cardi B, who won Favorite Urban Artist. Anuel AA won Favorite Urban Album for Real Hasta la Muerte Xxxtentacion Edition, while Ozuna won Favorite Urban Song for “Taki Taki.”
In the Regional Mexican music categories, Banda Los Sebastianes won Group or Duo of the Year and Javier Solis was awarded Regional Mexican Songs Artist of the Year. Christian Nodal took home two awards in the Regional Mexican Music category, winning both Regional Mexican Albums Artist of the Year and Regional Mexican Songs Album of the Year for Me Deje Llevar.
What’s next for Bad Bunny?
Bad Bunny definitely put on a great show at the Latin American Music Awards and he took home several awards. He’s definitely one of the hottest artists right now and he’s definitely here to stay. So, what’s next for Bad Bunny?
Bad Bunny’s future
Bad Bunny has had an incredible year. He’s been nominated for several Grammy Awards, won several Latin American Music Awards, and collaborated with some of the biggest names in music. So, what’s next for Bad Bunny?
Bad Bunny is currently working on his debut studio album, which is expected to be released sometime in 2021. He’s also been working on new music with J Balvin and Diplo, so we can expect more collaboration from these three soon. Bad Bunny has said that he wants to continue making music that makes people happy and that makes them dance, so we can expect more of the same from him in the future.
We can also expect Bad Bunny to continue breaking boundaries in the music industry. He’s already shown that he’s not afraid to experiment with his sound, and he’s sure to continue pushing the envelope with his music in the future. We can’t wait to see what he does next!