Amid the applause and ovation of the public, the 23rd edition of the Latin Grammy at the Michelob ULTRA Arena in Las Vegas on November 17. Y Although the evening was full of artists, there was one who was conspicuous by his absence despite having obtained 10 nominations; the icon of the urban genre, Bad Bunny.
Despite the public’s expectations, the world-renowned artist decided not to attend the gala in which the Latin Recording Academy awarded the best of music and where His latest recording material, titled “Un Verano Sin Ti”, had been widely recognized.
And it is that although Bad Bunny did not attend the event, his work was the winner in several categories, one of them being ‘Best Urban Music Album’. In addition, it was precisely during that triumph that the attendees noticed his absence, and the silence became sepulchral.
Why didn’t Bad Bunny attend the Latin Grammys?
Despite the disappointment of the fans, this news did not come as a surprise to some media, since a few days ago it was a highly commented possibility. But what sparked this speculation?
We cannot forget that the Puerto Rican is in the middle of his ‘Un Verano Sin Ti’ world tour, which makes his schedule very busy. Nevertheless, This theory was ruled out after it was revealed that he had not planned any concert for Thursday. “Benito” recently performed in Quito (Ecuador) and this Friday night he will do so in Medellín (Colombia).
It should be noted that in addition to ‘Best Urban Music Album’, Bad Bunny won the award in categories such as ‘Best Reggaeton Performance’, ‘Best Rap Song’, ‘Best Urban Song’ and ‘Best Urban Performance/Fusion’.
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