Mon Laferte wins the fourth Latin Grammy of his career for his album Seis – La Tercera

Mon Laferte added a new gramophone in his career. And one especially significant.

Accompanied by some of her artistic collaborators and wearing an open-front dress that allowed her to show off her advanced pregnancy, the singer-songwriter Viñamarina took the stage in Las Vegas to be recognized again by the Latin Recording Academy, which ended around midnight crowning in its main categories two legends of the continent: Rubén Blades for Album of the Year and Caetano Veloso for Record of the Year.

Of course, in the event that preceded the stellar awards of the night at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, the soloist won the Latin Grammy in the category Best Singer-Songwriter Album thanks to Six, his penultimate study work, published in March of this year.

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In the category, Laferte won Allemorology by AleMor, Begged by Alex Cuba, Tomorrow I’ll write you another song by Covi Quintana and The Tree and the Forestby Rozalén.

With this award, the viñamarina reached its fourth Latin Grammy, after those it obtained in 2017, 2019 and 2020. By the way, As of today, the artist surpasses Beto Cuevas (3) as the Chilean with the most Latin Grammy triumphs.

The national singer-songwriter was nominated in four other categories for this year’s ceremony. And while in Best Pop Song and Best Regional Mexican Song the triumphs were for Camilo and Christian Nodal, respectively, in the section Song of the Year, where the national star was also a candidate for Let our love be known (with Alejandro Fernández), the victory went to Homeland and life, the anti-Castro anthem by Cuban stars such as Yotuel, Gente de Zona and Descemer Bueno, who previously performed it on stage.

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During the gala, in addition, Mon Laferte took the stage with the Mexican Gloria Trevi to interpret your theme together The woman, in a mariachi key.

For his part, in the central event of the night, Mam doveI was going for his first Latin Grammy as Best New Artist. Finally, the winner of the category was the Colombian singer and actress Juliana Velásquez.

Before, during the entrance of the guests to the red carpet of the ceremony, Paloma Mami presented her new single live I love her.

Gepe, the other Chilean musician nominated in this edition, competed for the first time for the Latin gramophone for Trust, his duet with the Argentine Vicentico, in Best Alternative Song. The award eventually went to C. Tangana and Jorge Drexler by Nominated.

Although the most awarded artist of the evening was the Colombian Camilo, which added four gramophones, the main awards went to two legends of Latin American music.

On the one hand, the Brazilians Caetano Veloso and Tom Veloso they took the most important category of these awards, Record of the year, by its theme Maybe, although they could not attend the gala.

Meanwhile, the Panamanian Ruben Blades -who was chosen as Person of the Year- won Best Album of the Year with his album Salswing!

Among the most outstanding live performances were those of Blades himself, Juan Luis Guerra and Christina Aguilera along with Becky G and other Latin figures.

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Mon Laferte wins the fourth Latin Grammy of his career for his album Seis – La Tercera