faces you the versatility of music in Spanish are preparing for the 52nd Grammy Awards on Sunday, when before the televised gala with the stars Anglo, Paulina Rubio, baby, Aterciopelados, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs and sit as Calle 13 an award nominees off camera.
The faces of the versatility of music in Spanish are preparing for the 52nd Grammy Awards on Sunday, when before the televised gala Star Anglo-Saxon, Paulina Rubio, baby, Aterciopelados, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs and Calle 13 nominees to sit as awards off camera.
The Cuban trumpet Paquito D-Rivera arrives on Sunday with two nominations for these prizes to be given at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, where the crooner Ricardo Arjona, the reggaeton Wisin y Yandel and to Peruvian Juan Diego Florez tenor among the postulates the honor of the Recording Academy the Latin American exponents.
In the category Best Latin Pop Album, Guatemalan Arjona won a nomination for "5th Floor", the Mexican Rubio, for "Big City Pop"; Francisco Cespedes, for "Remember the Spanish ..."; La Quinta Estación by "No Brakes" and the Mexican Natalia Lafourcade, by "Hu Hu Hu".
This year the Recording Academy to reward reduced one category items and 109 Latinos united three genera in the same row: Best Album Alternative, Rock and Urban Latin, where they will compete "Rio", Aterciopelados, "and" Baby, "The coming behind me," Calle 13, "The light of rhythm", by Los Fabulosos Cadillacs and "The Revolution, "Wisin y Yandel.
The Peruvian tenor Juan Diego Florez was nominated for Best Classical Vocal Performance for "Bel Canto Spectacular," a composition in which he participated Plácido Domingo, while D-Rivera was nominated in the category Best Instrumental Composition Jazz on the theme "Borat in Syracuse" and best classical album merger, for "Jazz" clazz ".
The 52nd Annual Grammy Award winners include three areas dedicated to the genera Mexican Norteña, Banda y Regional, where the Spanish compete Shaila Durcal and Vicente Fernandez, among others.
In the race for Best Tropical Latin Album were nominated "Asi Soy" by Isaac Delgado, "Cycles" by Luis Enrique, "Guasábara" by Jose Lugo Orchestra, "Thanks," Omara Portuondo and "Bach In Havana" Free Time.
Winners in these categories and the Best Classical Music Album, Best New Age Disco Disco Kids, are announced at a ceremony outside the cameras hours before the televised broadcast of the great festival of world music.
Beyoncé tore 10 nominations, including Album and Record of the Year, followed by the younger Taylor Swift is emerging as a rival weight with eight nominations and after a year of record album sales and recognition awards from other Americans.
The album "I Am .. Sasha Fierce" Beyonce made of the popular artist to lead the award nominations which nominated her song "Halo" for Record Of The Year and Song of the Year for "Single Ladies", among other items reserved for the music performed by women.