With the list of nominees already confirmed and voting for some of the main categories about to close, the great doubt surrounding the Latin American Music Awards 2023 It’s his billboard. Less than a month from the delivery ceremony, the organization confirmed its first big star: Natti Natasha.

The soloist will become the master of ceremonies for the gala which will take place on April 20 at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas (Nevada, United States). As usual in these awards, it can be seen live on Televisa Univision, UNIMÁS and Galavisión.

It is not confirmed that the performer will be among the stars who will take the stage to perform his music live. His name has long belonged to that of the big stars of Latin music, so we couldn’t rule out that he played in one of the big moments of the night.

The official list of candidates leads him, how could it be otherwise, Bad bunny. The Puerto Rican reggaetonero has managed to have his name repeated up to 11 times, including in the main categories: best artist of the year, best album of the year, best song of the year… In all these categories , it will compete against some of the artists following the track: Becky G, Daddy Yankee, Rosalia, Romeo Santos, Rauw Alejandro… It will be a very tight competition between some of the main Latin artists who marked 2022 (and who will continue to do so in 2023).

On behalf of Spain, Rosalia He is the big name with up to 8 nominations and many votes to be part of the ceremony since he is currently in America to offer concerts. Indeed, at the time of the gala he is in the United States to participate in the Coachella Festival on April 15 and 22.

In addition to our Motomami, the other protagonist of the evening could be Quevedo who, with his hit with Bizarrap, managed to be nominated in 4 different categories thanks to his session with Bizarrap. The Canary will compete for the Latin American Music Award for Breakthrough Artist.

Rosalía, Rauw Alejandro, Becky G, Daddy Yankee, Bad Bunny… will they be at the Latin AMA 2023?

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