If you missed the 2021 Billboard Latin Music Awards on Thursday (Sept. 23), we’ve got you covered.
Hosted live from the Watsco Center in Miami by Pedro Fernández, Maite Perroni, William Levy and Gaby Espino, this year’s event showcased back-to-back performances by a variety of chart-topping artists.
From Maná‘s heartfelt “El Reloj Cucú” performance with 12-year-old vocalist Mabel, to Marc Anthony‘s vibrant salsa set for “Pa’ Allá Voy,” and Paquita la del Barrio‘s powerful “Rata De Dos Patas” and “El Consejo” melody accompanied by a mariachi and Ana Bárbara, we’ve got it all. Paquita also received the Lifetime Achievement Award and other special awards were given to Maná (Icon Award) and Daddy Yankee (Hall of Fame).
As for the biggest winner of the night, it was Bad Bunny. The Puerto Rican hitmaker scored 10 wins at the annual awards show, including the all-important artist of the year award. The 22-time finalist also won songwriter of the year; Hot Latin Songs artist of the year, male; Latin Rhythm artist of the year, solo; and Top Latin Albums Artist of the year, male.
Following Bunny in number of wins was Jhay Cortez — with three for “Dákiti” — and the Black Eyed Peas, whose hit “Ritmo (Bad Boys for Life)” with J Balvin won sales song of the year, while their “Mamacita” with Ozuna and J. Rey Soul won Latin pop song of the year. The Peas were also the winners of the crossover artist of the year, thanks to their groundbreaking album Translation, in which they paired up with multiple Latin acts.
Check out almost all of the performances from the 2021 Billboard Music Awards below. We will keep adding more performances as they become available.
Camila Cabello, “Don’t Go Yet”
Christian Nodal feat. Banda MS, “La Sinverguenza”
Natti Natasha, “Noches en Miami”
Guadalupe Pineda, Yuri & Ana Bárbara, Juan Gabriel Tribute
Karol G, medley
Marc Anthony, “Pa’ Allá Voy”
Joss Favela, “Tu Adiós Como Tequila”
Paquita la del Barrio & Ana Bárbara, “Rata de dos Patas” and “El Consejo”
Daddy Yankee, “Métele Al Perreo”
Maná feat. Mabel, “El Reloj Cucú”
Rosalía & Tokischa, “Linda”
Prince Royce, “Lao a Lao”