As he reflected on the historic moment, he added "From Medellín, Colombia to the world, pa' la vi' Latino (short for para la vida, aka for the Latino life), this is our time. As the set neared to a close, the audience was still vibing and grooving hard with Balvin. The service requires full cookie support in order to view this website. I LOVE YOUUUUUU! To start things off accordingly, the show will open with a very special tribute to Latin music from 20 artists performing together collectively for the first time. Over the last few weeks, in Mexico City, he’s been Arturo “Kitty” Paez, a scrappy young gangster he's portraying in the third season of “Narcos: Mexico.” And come Jan. 31, Bad Bunny hopes to … Fireworks shot up from the stage and it was impossible not to feel chills with the power of the moment. This marks his second career Latin GRAMMY win and first win of the evening. Additionally, it earned the No. He has won eight Billboard Latin Music Awards, five Latin Grammy Awards, five MTV Video … HISTORY. Puerto Rican rapper/singer/fashion hero Bad Bunny has made history with his recent (Feb. 29) sophomore album, YHLQMDLG, which was just revealed to have debuted at No. Bad Bunny won Best Reggaeton Performance for "Yo Perreo Sola" at the 21st Latin GRAMMY Awards. The crowd, of course, got down to the old-school club track as Balvin rapped along. 3 in 2011, but two of its tracks were sung in English. The trio collabed in 2018 on the popular "Te Boté (Remix)," which brought them on Nio García, Darell and Casper Mágico's track. /*-->*/. Bad Bunny's “Vete" will also compete for record of the year. In a nod to the album's title, he wrote: "I MADE THIS [ALBUM] FOR ALL OF YOU THAT HAD FAITH IN ME!!! © 2021 - Recording Academy. "I want to see you guys, I want to see your energy out there," the Colombian Latin GRAMMY winner said, hyping up the already hyped audience. He asked the crowd to jump with him and to shine their lights, los luzes, together and everyone did. Rising reggaeton star Ozuna made his mark with the most-ever wins in the show's history, taking home 11 awards, including Artist of the Year and Hot Latin Artist of the Year, Male. What a great birthday present for the young Latin GRAMMY winner and 2020 GRAMMY nominee, who turns 26 on March 10.