The Latin Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences announced their official nominations for the 22nd Annual Latin Grammy Awards Tuesday and Bad Bunny made the cut for Album of the Year for El Último Tour Del Mundo.
Other nominees for Album of the Year included Rubén Blades y Robeto Delgado & Orquesta for Salswing!, Natalia Lafourcade for Un Canto Por Méxioc, Vol. II, and Camilo for Mis Manos. Camilo led all nominations with 10 nods and is also up for Record of the Year for Vida de Rico.
Other artists nominated for Record of the Year include Rauw Alejandro for Todo de Ti and Marc Anthony for Un Amor Eterno. Competition for Song of the Year is strong with heavy hitters like Tainny and J Balvin (“Agua”), Carlos Vives and Ricky Martin (“Canción Bonita), Maluma (“Hawái”), Raw Alejandro (“Todo de Ti”), Camilo (“Vida de Rico”) and others getting nominations.
Also making headlines are the 10 musicians who are nominated for Best New Artist. They include singers Giulia Be, Maria Becerra, Rita Indiana, and Juliana Velásquez.
“Words are not enough to thank you for the beautiful life that you have given me,” Velásquez wrote on Instagram. “I love you. This is just a reminder that doing things with love and from the heart will ALWAYS pay off. To my family, to all those who have been part of my life … TO ALL THOSE WHO HAVE MADE PART OF THIS WAY … THANK YOU. This is everyone’s.”
For a complete list of nominees for the 22nd Annual Latin Grammy Awards, visit LatinGrammy.com.
The Latin Grammys take place November 18 and will air on Univision.