Launch the campaign Without Reggaetón no Latin Grammy, after nominations

The 20th installment of the Latin Grammy already has its nominees, which were announced in the morning hours of this Tuesday. Several Latin music figures celebrated their nominations, such as Sebastián Yatra, Juan Luis Guerra, Fonseca, Rubén Blades, Juanes, Sech and several others. However, hours later the celebration became opaque after Daddy Yankee was the first to publish an image, which criticized the absence of reggaeton within one of the main awards of Latin music. The publication of the so-called "Big Boss" was quickly disseminated by several of his colleagues such as Nicky Jam, Karol G, J Balvin, Natti Natasha and others. Other artists such as Maluma and Anuel took advantage of their social channels to express their discomfort. In the case of the Colombian, he used a story in his Instagram account. "A disappointment well bastard not even have a Latin Grammy nomination, so much effort, the best album I've ever made, the meetings I always dreamed of, Madonna singing in Spanish, hits like HP, 11PM, a salsa produced for the greatest Sergio George and my heart does not fit my heart and the delivery that I put in 11:11 ". On the other Anuel, he expressed the following: "Thank God that Yankee posted what he posted because I wasn't going to sing anymore, I was going to retire and that the Grammy Academy would sing and ... disrespect". The truth is that within the main categories of Latin Grammy there is no interpreter of the urban genre. Reggaeton was only in the genre categories: Best Urban Song, Best Urban Fusion / Performance and Best Urban Music Albu

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ReggaetonNoHayLatinGrammy, tras nominaciones