SESAC Latina artists, across multiple genres, captivated fans and viewers from around the world during last night’s 20th Annual Latin GRAMMYs®.
Peruvian-American bandleader Tony Succar took home the first two Latin GRAMMYs® of his career, in the categories of Best Salsa Album for Más De Mi (More of Me), and Producer of the Year. He performed at the show’s opening tribute extravaganza to Latin music’s icons of the past, such as Celia Cruz, Juan Gabriel, Joan Sebastian, Camilo Sesto and Soda Stereo. Also performing during the tribute were SESAC Latina artists Reik and Calibre 50.
The legendary norteño band Intocable won the third Latin GRAMMY® of its storied career with its album Percepción. The group also performed at the ceremony.
One year after winning his first Latin GRAMMY®, 20-year-old Christian Nodal picked up two more, taking home Best Ranchero/Mariachi Album for Ahora (Now), and Best Regional Mexican Song for “De Los Besos Que Te Di” (Of The Kisses I Gave You), a track from Ahora which he co-wrote with fellow SESAC affiliate Gussy Lau. Nodal also performed for the audience.
Furthermore, one of SESAC Latina’s newest artists, Ángela Aguilar, turned heads with her stunning red dress on the red carpet, and presented an award.
The 20th annual Latin GRAMMYs® were telecast live by Univisión in Las Vegas.
Congratulations to our 2019 Latin GRAMMY® winners!