Puerto Rican artist Ozuna accepted the Extraordinary Evolution Award during the sixth edition of the Latin American Music Awards on Thursday (April 15).
Donning a blue jumpsuit, aviators and a 1,000-watt smile, the honoree performed a medley of his hits -- old and new -- including "Se Preparo," "Una Vaina Loca" and "Dile Que Tu Me Quieres." In a tender surprise moment, Ozuna was presented the award by his grandmother. The two remained in a tearful embrace as the singer delivered his acceptance speech, first and foremost thanking his grandmother, who he referred to as his "mother" and his "everything."
"This angel taught me…that we were born to fight," Ozuna said. "That the worst battles are won on our knees. That life is not perfect. And that everything is in God's hands."