The Latin Music Awards 2016

The Latin Music Awards 2016 were held on November 17, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada, and featured some of the biggest names in Latin music.

Introduction

The Latin Music Awards are an annual awards show that honors the best in Latin music. This year’s show was held on November 15, 2016, at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. The show was hosted by Mario Lopez and featured performances by some of today’s biggest Latin stars.

Best Male Artist:
Juanes

Best Female Artist:
Shakira

Best Duo or Group:
Mana

Best New Artist:
CNCO

Song of the Year:
“C caregivers” – J. Balvin ft. Pharrell Williams & Bia

Album of the Year:

AHead of Time – Ozuna

The Awards Show

The Latin Music Awards are an annual awards show that celebrates the best and brightest in Latin music. This year’s show was held on November 18th, 2016 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Date and Location

The Latin Music Awards 2016 will take place on October 6th at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

Performances

The awards show is not only about honoring the best and brightest in the industry, but also about putting on an entertaining show for the viewers at home. This year, the Latin Music Awards 2016 did not disappoint with a lineup of star-studded performances.

First up was reigning queen of Bachata, Miriam Cruz, who sang her latest single “Siente”. She was joined on stage by Dominican singer/songwriter Vicente Garcia for a duet of his hit song “Borracho de amor”.

Next was Argentine rock band Soda Stereo, who made their triumphant return to the stage after a 20-year hiatus. The crowd went wild as they performed their classic hits “De Música Ligera” and “Persiana Americana”.

Mexican pop superstar Gloria Trevi took things to the next level with a high-energy performance of her new single “La Voza Autorizada”. She was joined on stage by a team of dancers and pyrotechnics for an unforgettable show.

Last but not least was Puerto Rican reggaeton duo Ivy Queen & Calle 13, who brought down the house with their hits “Dile” and “Latinoamérica”. It was a fitting end to an amazing night of music.

Presenters

Hosted by Mario Lopez and Ana Patricia Gonzalez, the Latin Music Awards 2016 will feature a star-studded lineup of presenters. Among those scheduled to appear are:

-Alfonso Herrera
-Amara La Negra
-Cynthia Erivo
-Eugenio Derbez
-Fat Joe
-Jaci Velasquez
-Jencarlos Canela
-Laura Pausini
-Lele Pons
-Lisandro Mesa
-Luis Fonsi
-Marco Antonio Solis
-Nacho
-Paulina Rubio
-Pedro Capo

The Winners

It was a night to remember as the Latin Music Awards took over the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. The show, which was hosted by actor Mario Lopez and television personality Gaby Espino, was packed with A-list celebrities, amazing musical performances and of course, the much-anticipated award announcements.

Best New Artist

The Latin Music Awards 2016 were held on Thursday, November 17th in Las Vegas, Nevada. The show was hosted by Pitbull and featured performances by some of the biggest names in Latin music.

The awards recognize the best new artists in the Latin music industry, and this year’s winners are:

-Best New Artist: Steve Aoki
-Best Male Artist: Ozuna
-Best Female Artist: Becky G
-Best Group or Duo: Zion & Lennox
-Best Collaboration: Maluma & Shakira – “Chantaje”

Best Male Artist

The Latin Music Awards are one of the most prestigious awards ceremonies in the music industry. This year’s ceremony was held on November 17th, 2016 and was hosted by Raquel Sofia and Mario Lopez. The award for Best Male Artist went to Cuban singer-songwriter Carlos Vives.

Best Female Artist

The Latin Music Awards 2016 were held last night, and it was a huge night for Latin music’s biggest stars. Shakira took home the award for Best Female Artist, while Luis Fonsi won big for Best Male Artist and Song of the Year for “Despacito.” J. Balvin was named Best New Artist, and Ozuna won both Artist of the Year and Breakthrough Artist of the Year.

Check out the full list of winners below:

Best Female Artist: Shakira
Best Male Artist: Luis Fonsi
Song of the Year: “Despacito” by Luis Fonsi feat. Daddy Yankee
Best New Artist: J. Balvin
Artist of the Year: Ozuna
Breakthrough Artist of the Year: Ozuna

Best Duo or Group

The nominees for the best duo or group are:
-Los Tigres del Norte
-Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizárraga
-Calibre 50
-Zoé
-DLD

And the winner is… Zoé!

Best Collaboration

This year’s Latin Music Awards were filled with collaboration after collaboration. We saw artists from different genres and backgrounds come together to create some amazing music. But there can only be one winner in each category, and the award for Best Collaboration goes to…

-Maluma and Shakira for “Chantaje”

This was a tough category to call, but in the end, the judges unanimously agreed that Maluma and Shakira’s collaboration was the best of the bunch. “Chantaje” is a sultry, sexy track that perfectly blends the two artists’ styles. If this is what we can expect from a Maluma/Shakira collaboration, we can’t wait to see what they come up with next!

Best Song

“La Bicicleta” by Carlos Vives and Shakira won Best Song at the Latin Music Awards 2016. The track beat out songs by Justin Bieber, Jesse & Joy, Romeo Santos, and Carlos Santana feat. Mana.

Best Album

The Winners of the Latin Music Awards 2016 are finally here! After much anticipation, the winners have been announced for the Best Album category.

And the nominees are…

“Energía” by Sin Bandera
“iLevitable” by Marco Antonio Solís
“Latinoísmo” by Noel Schajris
“MTV Unplugged: Los Tigres del Norte and Friends” by Los Tigres del Norte

And the winner is…

Los Tigres del Norte for “MTV Unplugged: Los Tigres del Norte and Friends”!

Best Artist of the Year

Juanes was announced as the Best Artist of the Year at the Latin Music Awards 2016. The Colombian singer beat out fellow nominees Luis Fonsi, Maluma, Shakira, and Ricky Martin for the coveted award.

Conclusion

It was a spectacular show full of magical moments, and we want to thank everyone who participated and helped make it possible. We’ll see you next year!

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