Natalia Lafourcade won the Grammy for 'Best Regional Mexican Music Album'

Mexican singer Natalia Lafourcade won the award for best regional Mexican music album at the Grammy Awards ceremony, with her production ‘Un Canto Por México – El Musical’.

It is the third Anglo-Saxon gramophone in the career of this singer-songwriter who, surprisingly, surpassed the Mexican phenomenon of the moment, Christian Nodal and his album “Foragido EP #1”, as well as the legend Marco Antonio Solís, who was running with his work “What do you want from you”.

Lafourcade has the honor of being the most successful woman at the Latin Grammys -the version of these awards organized by the Latin Recording Academy- only behind the Colombian Shakira.

The Mexican artist thanked the award from Madrid.

He thanked his musicians and the artistic community of Veracruz.


Rosalía’s “Motomami” won the Grammy this Sunday for best alternative Latin album, Rubén Blades won the award for best Latin pop album with “Pasieros”; and Marc Anthony crowned “Pa’lla Voy” as the best tropical Latin album.

None of the three artists attended the gala prior to this 65th edition of the Grammys, in which technical awards are given and most of those related to genres such as rap, country, folk or Latin music in its different expressions.

The Spanish singer Rosalía got “Motomami” to surpass its main competitor, “Tinta y Tiempo” by Jorge Drexler, and added her second gramophone after having triumphed in the same category for “El Mal Querer” in 2020.

Blades’ award, which is the eleventh Grammy of his career, came after the Panamanian singer-songwriter beat proposals from new generations such as “Pa’Afuera”, by Colombian Camilo, or “Dharma +”, by Colombian Sebastián Yatra.

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After “Amar Sin Mentiras” (2005) and “Contra la Corriente” (1999), Marc Anthony won his third Grammy by defeating Carlos Vives (“Cumbiana II”), who also performed during this ceremony prior to the main gala .

And it is that, due to the large number of Grammy categories, the Recording Academy divides its event at the Arena in Los Angeles into two parts: a non-televised act where the majority of recognitions are delivered and the great ceremony, which takes place later and where the most popular awards are announced already before the cameras.

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