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The Orchard Celebrates 2022 Latin GRAMMY® Award Winners

The Orchard Celebrates 2022 Latin GRAMMY® Award Winners

The 23rd annual Latin GRAMMY® Awards took place on Thursday, November 17 at the Michelob ULTRA Arena at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. This year’s event was hosted by a number of acts including, Anitta, Luis Fonsi, Laura Pausini, and Thalía. The ceremony featured performances from artists Silvana Estrada (Glassnote), Marco Antonio Solís (Marbella Records), and more. Congratulations to The Orchard distributed artists and labels on receiving 9 wins!

The show kicked off with the hosts and other artists singing Marco Antonio Solís’ hits “Si No Te Hubieras Ido”, “¿A Dónde Vamos a Parar?”, and “Más Que Tu Amigo.” The Mexican icon and Marbella Records artist Marco Antonio Solís was named Latin Person of the Year. Solís expressed his thanks by saying, “My heart is full of gratitude…I appreciate everyone who has supported me throughout all these years.” There was also a special reunion performance of “Tu Cárcel” by Los Bukis, which Solís co-founded in 1975.  

Rimas Entertainment artist Bad Bunny was nominated for and won several Latin GRAMMYs, including Best Urban Fusion/Performance, Best Urban Music Album, Best Rap/Hip Hop Song, and Best Urban Song. He also won Best Reggaeton Performance for his collaboration on the song “LO SIENTO BB:/” with Tainy and Julieta Venegas. Bad Bunny recently made GRAMMY® history by having his album Un Verano Sin Ti receive a nomination for Album of the Year – the first full Spanish-language album to ever receive a nomination in the AOTY category. 

Glassnote Records artist Silvana Estrada was nominated for and won Best New Artist (tie with Angela Alvarez). On the win she said, “It was already ours. This award belongs to all [women]! Music is worth it and you have to live life with joy.” 

A moment of remembrance was given to Brazilian singer Gal Costa (1945-2022) who earned the Lifetime Achievement Award in 2011. “We’ll never forget you and will celebrate you with more music,” said one of the hosts. 

Cheers to the biggest night in Latin music! Find The Orchard distributed wins below and the full list of wins here

Best New Artist / Mejor Nuevo Artista

Silvana Estrada (Glassnote)

Best Urban Fusion/Performance / Mejor Fusión/Interpretación Urbana

Bad Bunny, “Tití Me Preguntó” (Rimas Entertainment)

Best Urban Music Album / Mejor Álbum de Música Urbana

Bad Bunny – Un Verano Sin Ti (Rimas Entertainment)

Best Rap/Hip Hop Song / Mejor Canción de Rap/Hip Hop

Bad Bunny, “De Museo” (Rimas Entertainment)

Best Urban Song / Mejor Canción Urbana

Bad Bunny, “Tití Me Preguntó” (Rimas Entertainment)

Best Rock Album / Mejor Álbum de Rock

Él Mató A Un Policía Motorizado – Unas Vacaciones Raras (Nacional Records) 

Best Merengue/Bachata Album / Mejor Álbum de Merengue/Bachata

Juan Luis Guerra – Entre Mar y Palmeras (Live) (Rimas Entertainment)

Best Portuguese Language Roots Album / Mejor Álbum de Música de Raíces en Lengua Portuguesa / Melhor Álbum de Música de Raízes em Língua Portuguesa

Alceu Valença – Senhora Estrada (Deck)

Best Portuguese Language Rock or Alternative Album / Mejor Álbum de Rock o Música Alternativa en Lengua Portuguesa / Melhor Álbum de Rock ou de Música Alternativa em Língua Portuguesa

Erasmo Carlos – O Futuro Pertence À…Jovem Guarda (Som Livre)

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