J Balvin and María Becerra arrive on stage at the 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards this Sunday, April 3 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas after being postponed due to the Omicron variant.
The biggest night in music is coming up, and our favorite artists from all music genres will be together celebrating nominations and the power of music. Latin America will sound loud and clear on stage among all the stars present, with Grammy nominee J Balvin and singer María Becerra performing their hit “Qué Más Pues.” Chilean singer Mon Laferte will also make an appearance during the premiere ceremony broadcasted a few hours earlier.
A unique duo
Balvin and Becerra’s collaboration was released on May 27, 2021, as a preview of the Colombian singer’s album “JOSE.” The music video for the song, directed by Jose Emilio Sagar, was released the same day. In just a few hours, it reached 5 million views on YouTube. The song became a huge hit and reached the top of the charts in Spain and several Latin American countries.
The news of the singers’ performance on the Grammy Awards stage was made official through the Recording Academy’s social media accounts in a series of posts with photos of both singers.
Both artists reacted on their social media accounts by thanking the Recording Academy for the opportunity. The event’s organizers also announced that Chilean singer Mon Laferte would participate in the Premiere ceremony, held before the awards ceremony and broadcast on the Recording Academy’s YouTube channel.
Artists to perform at the Grammy Awards
Until now, the list of confirmed artists had not been modified. Still, after the unexpected death of Taylor Hawkins, the drummer of the band For Fighters, their performance has been canceled, and a tribute will be given in its place. These are the artists who will appear during the awards ceremony.
Lil Nas X
J Balvin and María Becerra
Latin Artists Nominated to the Grammy Awards
This will be a great night full of diversity in which we will be able to see a great representation of our fellow Latinos not only on stage but also among the nominees.
Of the 86 categories of the awards, the Latin category stands out, where the greatest exponents of Pop, Rock, and Urban Music compete for the coveted statuette. Ricardo Arjona, Pablo Alborán, Camilo, Rauw Alejandro, J Balvin, Bad Bunny, Nathy Peluso and Juanes are just some of the nominees.
You can see the complete list of nominees here.