‘A fire’; This is the name of the song that put Farina on the list of nominees to win the Latin Grammy in the category ‘Best Urban Song’. It was not easy for him, as he had to compete face to face with artists of the stature of J Balvin, Bad Bunny, Myke Towers and Gente de Zona. Finally, the winner was the latter with the single ‘Patria y vida’, which is also performed by Yotuel, Descemer Bueno, Maykel Osorbo and ‘El Funky’.
There are hours until the winners of 26 of the 53 existing categories are known, Meanwhile, the artists who will be at the awards gala prepare the speeches if they win, and the outfits they will wear. In fact, since last Wednesday many wore their outfits on the occasion of the gala dedicated to the Person of the Year, the Panamanian Rubén Blades.
Precisely, the Colombian singer was one of the figures who drew attention with her dress, not only on the carpet but also on social networks. On Instagram, she showed the navy blue outfit, adorned with earrings of the same tone that fell on her shoulders.
The images were very popular on his Instagram profile, reaching more than 73 thousand ‘likes’ and about 450 comments, many of them admiring his elegance. Even several personalities such as Elianis Garrido, Ryan Castro, Nanis Ochoa and the group Gente de Zona filled the paisa with praise; even ‘Juanpis González’ sent him an invitation that did not go unnoticed.
“Wuon, @farinamusic when you come to my show and we have some nice drinks? I’m waiting for her “ was the request of the character played by Alejandro Riaño. Other reactions were “The Fine Goddess”; “Too beautiful”; “Bella the star of Medellín”; “Your style is unique. I adore you. Keep on succeeding ”and“ The one with the silver combines Chanel with Versace ”.
Despite not winning in the Best Urban Song category, the Colombian was part of the list of national artists that were included in this new edition of the Academy Awards.
Other Colombians that stand out in this list are:
Camilo Echeverry: nominated for Best Pop Vocal Album with his song ‘Mis manos’; ‘Best tropical song’ with ‘God so wanted it’; ‘Recording of the year’ for the hit ‘Vida de rico’ and for ‘Amen’, an interpretation he does together with the Montaner family; winner of ‘Best urban fusion / performance’ with ‘Tattoo remix’ and winner in the category ‘Best pop song’ with ‘Vida de rico.
Petrona Martinez: Grammy winner for ‘Best Folk Album’.
Juanes: Nominated for ‘Album of the Year’ for ‘Origin’, and winner of the statuette for ‘Best Pop / Rock Album’ for the same album.
Medellín Philharmonic Orchestra: winners in ‘Best Latin Music Album for Children’ for ‘Tu rockcito filarmónico’.
Maluma: nominated for ‘Song of the Year’ with ‘Hawaii’; ‘Best urban fusion / performance’ with ‘Hawaii remix’ – a category that won ‘Tatoo remix, by Rauw Alejandro and Camilo’.
J Balvin: nominated for ‘Song of the Year’ for ‘Agua’, a collaboration he does with different artists, and nominated for ‘Best Urban Song’ with the same single. This statuette had as its winner the single ‘Patria y vida’.
Juliana Velasquez: the actress has become a promising young musician in the country, and is currently nominated in the ‘Best New Artist’ category where she competes with 10 other performers.
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Photos: The suit that Farina wore at the Person of the Year gala at the Latin Grammys and for which she rained praise