Prometo, Alborán’s fourth studio album, contains twelve songs, including his three latest singles “Saturno," “Prometo” and “No Vaya a Ser.” The set has mixed feelings, going from love to passion, and even touches on political matters.
J Balvin, "Vibras"
J Balvin's Vibras is his fifth studio album and contains 14 tracks.
Chico Buarque, "Caravanas"
Chico Buarque’s Caravanas is a nine-track album released on Aug. 25, 2017. It is a Portuguese language set.
Jorge Drexler, 'Salvavidas De Hielo'
Jorge Drexler has said the following about Salvavidas de Hielo: "Salvation is always associated to some kind of eternity, a paradise. And, in life, we're going from one ice life jacket to the other, from one short-lived happiness on to the other.”
El David Aguilar, "Siguiente"
This year, El David Aguilar is nominated in five categories at the Latin Grammys. The album cointains 13 tracks. His music is a mix of the Mexican, Brazilian and Spanish rhythms with rock-pop-folk from the '60s to the '90s.
Kany García, "Soy Yo"
Kany García’s Soy Yo peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Latin Pop Albums chart (dated June 2).
Natalia Lafourcade, "Musas Vol. 2"
Musas Vol. 2 is also up for best folk album.
Luis Miguel, "México Por Siempre"
¡México Por Siempre! is Luis Miguel’s 20th studio album.
Monsieur Periné, "Encanto Tropical"
This year, Monsieur Periné is also nominated in the categories for record of the year and song of the year.
Rozalén, "Cuando El Río Suena..."
Cuando El Río Suena... is Rozalen’s third studio album.