<a href=”/music/j-balvin”>J Balvin</a>, <a href=”/music/bad-bunny”>Bad Bunny</a>, <a href=”/music/mariachi-flor-de-toloache”>Flor De Toloache</a>, <a href=”/music/luis-fonsi”>Luis Fonsi</a>, <a href=”/music/juanes”>Juanes</a>, <a href=”/music/mon-laferte”>Mon Laferte</a>, <a href=”/music/natalia-lafourcade”>Natalia Lafourcade</a>, <a href=”/music/maluma”>Maluma</a>, <a href=”/music/residente”>Residente</a> and <a href=”/music/sofia-reyes”>Sofía Reyes</a> are the first Latin Grammy nominees to be announced as performers for the 18th annual awards, airing live Nov. 16.
Also slated to perform is person of the year honoree <a href=”/music/alejandro-sanz”>Alejandro Sanz</a> and guest artists <a href=”/music/steve-aoki”>Steve Aoki</a>, <a href=”/music/alessia-cara”>Alessia Cara</a>, <a href=”/music/logic”>Logic</a> and <a href=”/music/french-montana”>French Montana</a>.
The Latin Grammys will take place at the MGM Grande Garden Arena in Las Vegas and will air live on the Univision network as well as around the world.
Actors/singers <a href=”/music/jaime-camil”>Jaime Camil</a> and <a href=”/music/roselyn-sanchez”>Roselyn Sanchez</a> will host.
The announced performers include the top nominees this year. Residente leads with nine — including record, album and song of year — while Malume has seven, including three for record of the year. Juanes and Mon Laferte have five nominations each.