All of the nominees to the Latin Grammy 2018 and the details of the gala
The Latin music claimed a return to the roots in the Latin Grammy awards, in front of the domain of the reggaeton
Find out the sound that comes is a task intricate and reckless for a large group of musicians. "I have not the most remote idea, released at the first change, Jorge Drexler. "I don't care, the truth," replies Draco Rosa with disdain, the former of Often. But one of the voices of Latin american that are willing to risk to give a forecast there is some inclination towards a return to the origins. The relay to the gender, urban and reggaeton, they say, will come out of folklore and the return to the roots. Modernity and ancient culture in the same shaker to give birth to the next genre that imposes its law.
count It from the right place, the annual celebration's most important Latin american music, Latin Grammy awards, which this year celebrates 19 editions in your seat habitual, Las Vegas. A gala in which, by the way, the main nominee will be a standard-bearer of reggaeton and urban music, the colombian J. Balvin. The Medellin seeks, among other things, to be done with the awards for album of the year, record of the year (double nomination), best fusion / interpretation urban, best urban music album and best urban song (triple nomination).
from behind will be the five nominations of Rosalia, the phenomenon Catalan of the new flamenco, and a wide representation of spain, with two nominations for Rozalén and Pablo Alborán, Vetusta Morla, Bunbury and Manolo García.
But beyond the trend that make the nominations, and Visitor, the former of Calle 13 and one of the great exponents of the genre urban, feels that the range of what comes next is much more inclusive. "In America it takes the diversity," explains to THE WORLD from the red carpet at the tribute to Manna of the Latin Recording Academy. "I'm a fan of diversity, and I am not an uncompromising defender of the genre urban. Mine is also diverse, the disk of Calle 13, are disks eclectic. Look at discs as the last of Café Tacvba, a memorable one. That is the way."
Catalina García, lead singer of one of the new phenomena in Colombia, Monsieur Perineum, it goes up to the train Visitors. "Latin america turns to need artists who are capable of seeding positive messages, affirming their roots, especially in times of so much oppression and people being retrograde in power".
La Marisoul, voice and passion of the group chicano La Santa Cecilia, born in Los Angeles, with eyes always set on the other side of the border, props up the feel of your colleagues. "Some artists are rediscovering the folklore of Latin america, always a source of inspiration," he says with passion in the voice. "It's blending the music of root, and that can give us wings to experiment and give birth to new things. New genres will come out of there."
the vote of The other side of the pond comes from Jorge González, drummer of Vetusta Morla. "Here there are less labels and borders, folk music is connecting with the rock and the electronics, and that is something that is noticed and perceived". And that only takes a few hours in Las Vegas.
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