One of the most highly awaited awards at the Latin Grammys is always best new artist. This year, the coveted title went out to Venezuelan singer Nella, who beat out rising nominees such as Paulo Londra, Greeicy, Cami and Aitana.
After receiving the golden gramophone from Angela Aguilar, De La Ghetto and Rudy Mancuso at the 20th annual ceremony, Nella thanked her family, her producer and mentor, Javier Limon, and her country for her accolade. “This is for everyone who, like me, comes from another country looking for new opportunities.”
Nella, who is a New York-based singer and Berklee College of Music graduate, joins previous titleholders including Karol G, Vicente Garcia and Manuel Medrano.