Leading the pack with his 13 nominations, J Balvin has officially made history as the artist with the most noms to a single Latin Grammy award show in its 21-year history. He’s followed by top nominees Bad Bunny (9), Ozuna (8), and Anuel (7), to name a few.
While we countdown to find out who will nab the most gramophone statuettes in November, one of the most coveted awards that fans and artists look forward to is song of the year.
This year, 10 songs are going head-to-head for the title, including Maluma’s “ADMV,” Juanes and Sebastian Yatra’s “Bonita,” Jorge Drexler’s “Codo con Codo,” Camilo’s “El Mismo Aire,” Alejandro Sanz and Carlos Vives’ “For Sale,” Sanz’s “#ElMundoFuera,” Kany Garcia and Nahuel Pennisi’s “Lo Que En Ti Veo,” Residente’s “Rene,” Ricky Martin’s “Tiburones,” Karol G and Nicki Minaj’s “Tusa,” and Camilo’s “Tutu” featuring Pedro Capo.
In celebration of the upcoming awards, Billboard put together the ultimate Latin Grammys playlist featuring the nominated songs in the following categories: song of the year, best pop song, best rap/hip-hop song, best urban song, best rock song, best pop/rock song, best alternative song, best tropical song, best regional song, and best Portuguese-language song.
With the theme “Music Makes Us Human,” the 21st annual Latin Grammys will air live at 8 p.m. ET on Nov. 19 via the Univision network.
From Rosalia to Juanes to Mon Laferte, and beyond, listen to the playlist below.