Latin Grammy Awards 2023: All the highlights and biggest performances
Karol G, Shakira and Natalia Lafourcade took home some of the biggest awards.
The 24th annual Latin Grammy Awards ceremony was a night packed with stellar performances from some of the biggest artists in the industry.
Karol G, Shakira and Natalia Lafourcade took home the top awards at the star-studded awards show Thursday night in Seville, Spain.
Karol G won the covered best album of the year award for her fourth studio album "Mañana Será Bonito," while Shakira and Bizarrap won the song of the year award for their chart-topping collaboration "Shakira: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53." The duo also won best pop song for the track, and Shakira and Karol G won best urban/fusion performance for their collaboration "TQG."
Karol G's "Mañana Será Bonito" also earned the Latin Grammy Award for best urban music album.
Shakira, who performed twice during the show, was seen embracing her sons Milan and Sasha when the win was announced.
The Latin Grammy Award for record of the year went to Natalia Lafourcade for "De Todas Las Flores."
Best new artist went to 19-year-old Venezuelan singer Joaquina. Other nominees up for best new artist included Borja, Conexión Divina, Ana Del Castillo, Natascha Falcão, Gale, Paola Guanche, León Leiden, Maréh and Timø.
Édgar Barrera, who led the nominations with 13 nods, became the first artist to win the first international Latin Grammy in the new songwriter of the year category.
Other notable moments of the night included Rosalía opening the show with her performance of Spanish singer Rocío Jurado's "Se Nos Rompió El Amor," Feid's performance of "Le Pido a Dios," Pablo Alborán and Maria Becerra's duet of "Amigos," and Eslabon Armado and Peso Pluma's performance of "Ella Baila Sola."
Rauw Alejandro also took the stage to perform "Se Fue," "Dime Quien" and "Baby Hello," with Juanes making a surprise appearance during the final song.