Born in Panama to a Brazilian mother and American father, Ender's message to the world -- should she take home the coveted gramophone for "Despacito" -- is one of unity and perseverance.
"As I said in the Latin Grammys, it's not about competing, it's about sharing. We are several colleagues sharing as a dream team. Those who sing are obviously the face, but there are those of us who also write and produce, the people from behind who made it all possible -- [it's about] the importance of union through music."
She continues: "Women are a minority, but any woman who is determined to achieve their dreams in an honest way, while persevering with their values ??and talent -- it's what I have to exemplify at this time. [I have to] raise my voice and empower other women, because I am the only woman involved in what is happening right now."
In the end, Ender would extends her gratitude to all who helped along the way to make "Despacito" what it is, "because the road is not done alone."
Congrats to all. For a complete list of the 2018 Grammy nominees, visit here.