The 2013 Latin Grammy Awards boasts a hit-list of performers including this year’s nominees Pablo Alborán, Marc Anthony, Miguel Bosé, Jesse & Joy (Featuring Mario Domm), Natalia Lafourcade, Draco Rosa and Carlos Vives.
Mexican singer and actress Lucero will host the 14th annual Latin Grammy Awards from the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. The show will air live on the Univision on Nov. 21 from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. EST.
The biggest night in Latin music brings actors Omar Chaparro, Ninel Conde, Ximena Navarrete, Iván Sánchez, Blanca Soto, Mayrin Villanueva and David Zepeda to stage as presenters.
Latin Grammy Awards nominees
The most nominated artists at this year’s Latin Grammy Awards include Javier Garza, Illya Kuryaki & The Valderramas and Carlos Vives, each with five nominations.
Vives was nominated for: Record Of The Year, Song Of The Year and Best Tropical Song for “Volví A Nacer,” and Album Of The Year and Best Tropical Fusion Album for “Corazón Profundo.”
Pablo Alborán and Draco Rosa each have three nominations: Alborán is up for Record Of The Year for “Tanto,” and Album Of The Year and Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for “Tanto”; Draco is nominated for Record Of The Year for “Más Y Más” (Featuring Ricky Martin), and Album Of The Year and Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album for “Vida.”
Miguel Bosé and Natalia Lafourcade earned two nominations each: Bosé has nods for Album Of The Year and Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album for “Papitwo”; Lafourcade is nominated for Best Alternative Music Album and Best Long Form Music Video for “Mujer Divina — Homenaje A Agustín Lara.”
Marc Anthony received a nomination for Record Of The Year for his latest album—his first in a decade— “Vivir Mi Vida.” Jesse & Joy (Featuring Mario Domm) garnered a nomination for Song Of The Year for “Llorar.” Mexican singer-songwriter and five-time Latin Grammy winner Julieta Venegas was nominated for best contemporary vocal pop album for “Los Momentos.”