Thalia & Becky G in 2015, Juanes Gearing Up for Latin Grammys, Plus More Latin #TBTs You Need to See

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Becky G and Thalia perform onstage at the 2015 Premios Lo Nuestros Awards at American Airlines Arena on Feb. 19, 2015 in Miami.

It’s that time of the week again when everyone on social media celebrates #ThrowbackThursday, and celebrities always get in the mix.

As usual, Billboard scouted nostalgic Instagram posts to find the best #TBTs of the week from artists in Latin music.

This week, we found Thalia celebrating female empowerment by sharing a video of her and Becky G performing together at the 2015 Premio Lo Nuestro. Speaking of awards, Juanes, who is this year’s Latin Recording Academy’s Person of the Year, shared a Latin Grammys throwback. 

Check out all of the throwback photos and videos below. 


“Celebrating with my baby @iambeckyg for having female albums that have achieved gold certification in Mexico this year! Love love give me love!” Thalia said.


“This is the face of satisfaction and joy when dreams come true!” Juanes expressed on this throwback. “The passage of time shows us the way. Thanks to the past that made it possible for this to exist and that makes the future a reality.”


Paying homage to Vicente Fernandez, Romeo Santos shared this #tbt video performance. "Attitude and charisma on stage are important. But when on top of those gifts you also have a prestigious voice ... you become a King of Kings, as is Don Chente Fernández."


A nostalgic Prince Royce shared two throwback photos of the time he ran the NYC Marathon in 2017. "Congrats to everyone that completed the @nycmarathon on Sunday! It’s been 2 years & I still can’t believe I did it!!" he said. 


Reminiscing on his Guerra Tour, Carlos Rivera shared a recap video of his concert at the Fiestas de Octubre in Guadalajara, Mexico. 


Bitácora de #GuerraTour en las Fiestas de Octubre GDL...

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