Rosalía wins Latin Grammy best album of the year with Motomami

Las Vegas (USA), (EFE).- rosalia she was proclaimed the winner with her album “Motomami” in the category of best album of the year at the 23rd Latin Grammy Awards, an edition in which he competed, among others, with the Puerto Rican Bad Bunny (“Un Verano Sin Ti”).

“This is the album that I have had to fight the most to be able to make. It was hard, but I pushed forward”, the Spanish artist said emotionally from the stage of the Michelob ULTRA Arena, where the 2022 Latin Grammys were being held.

An event that just concluded with the victory of the Spanish artist in the queen category and that extols her legacy.

“It took me three years to do it, I thought Jorge was going to win again. (…) Congratulations, Jorge”, the author of the commercial success “Despechá” joked about the victory of the Uruguayan composer in the sections of best recording and song of the year for “Tocarte”, together with the Spanish C. Tangana.

Rosalía wins Latin Grammy best album of the year with “Motomami”

Minutes later and dressed in a gold dress, Rosalía appeared in the press room under the watchful eye of journalists and her partner, also an artist Rauw Alejandro.

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“My happiness is sharing this moment with my loved ones,” argued a smiling Rosalía who took advantage of the moment to thank Latin America and Spain for keeping her music from fading.

“I feel very proud to succeed with an album led by myself as a woman,” added the Spaniard to end by stressing that this musical project was the result of “a great transformation.”

According to the winner of the Latin Grammy in the category for best album of the year, “change entails movement and progress” and that is the reason for the success of “Motomami”.

Rosalía competed with Christina Aguilera (“Aguilera”), Marc Anthony (“Pa´llá Voy”), Bomba Estéreo (“Deja”), Jorge Drexler (“Ink and Time”), Elsa and Elmar (“We Are No Longer the Same »), Fonseca (“Traveler») and Sebastián Yatra (“Dharma») for the Latin gramophone in this section.

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