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2022 Latin Grammys: The winners, photo highlights and surprise wins for Drexler, Rosalia

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Rosalía wins big at the Latin Grammys, Sebastián Yatra who won Best Pop Album for 'Dharma' performs 'Tacones Rojos' which won Best Pop Song, Christina Aguilera belted out 'Cuando Me Dé la Gana' with Christian Nodal and also took home Best Traditional Pop Album for 'Aguilera' and more!

Uruguay’s Jorge Drexler was nominated for seven Latin Grammys and on Thursday he took home six, surprising those who took Bad Bunny’s triumph for granted. The second surprise was Rosalía winning album of the year for “Motomami (Digital Album).”

“You have no idea how unexpected all this is for me,” said Drexler as he received the song of the year award for “Tocarte” (Touch you) from his album “Tinta y tiempo” (Ink and Time) that he performs with Spanish urban musician C. Tangana.

2022 Latin Grammy Awards - Press Room

Jorge Drexler poses in the press room with his Grammys at the 23rd annual Latin Grammy Awards at the Mandalay Bay Michelob Ultra Arena on Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022, in Las Vegas. 

The Uruguayan musician performed “Tocarte” live with British singer Elvis Costello during the ceremony at the Mandalay Bay Michelob Ultra Arena in Las Vegas. Drexler dedicated his award “to all those who make urban music in Spanish.”

Bad Bunny, who was not present at the ceremony, was the biggest nominee with 10 mentions. Full story here:

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THE WINNERS

A list of nominees in several top categories:

Record of the year: "Tocarte," Jorge Drexler & C. Tangana

Album of the year: "Motomami (Digital álbum)," Rosalía

Song of the year: "Tocarte," Jorge Drexler & C. Tangana

Best new artist (TIE): Ángela Álvarez; Silvana Estrada

Best Pop Vocal album: "Dharma," Sebastian Yatra

Best Traditional Pop Vocal album: "Aguilera," Christina Aguilera

Best Pop song (TIE): "La Guerrilla de la Concordia," Jorge Drexler, songwriter; "Tacones Rojos," Pablo María Rousselon De Croisoeuil, Manuel Lara, Manuel Lorente, Juan Josep Monserrat Riutort & Sebastián Yatra, songwriters

Best Urban Fusion/performance: "Titi Me Pregunto," Bad Bunny

Best Reggaeton performance: "Lo Siento BB:/," Tainy, Bad Bunny & Julieta Venegas

Best Urban Music album: "Un Verano Sin Ti," Bad Bunny

Best Rap/Hip Hop song: "Demuseo," Bad Bunny, songwriter

Best Urban song: "Titi Me Pregunto," Bad Bunny, songwriter

Best Singer-Songwriter album: "Tinta y Tiempo," Jorge Drexler

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