The Latin Grammy Premiere will have performances by Elsa and Elmar, Fonseca, Carin León and Matisse.
Carla Morrison, Bruses, Luis Figueroa and Jão will be other artists who will have musical numbers at the gala in which the winners of 44 of the 53 Latin Grammy categories will be announced next Thursday.
They are all nominated. Bruses competes in the category of best pop/rock album and best pop/rock song. Elsa y Elmar is nominated for Album of the Year, Pop Vocal Album, and Pop/Rock Song. Meanwhile, Luis Figueroa is nominated in the tropical song and salsa album category.
Fonseca, who has previously won seven Latin Grammys, is nominated for album of the year, song of the year, pop song and traditional pop vocal album. Brazilian Jão competes for contemporary pop album in the Portuguese language and best song in the Portuguese language. Carin León and Matisse earned a mention in the Regional Mexican Song category for their collaboration “Como Lo Hahi Yo,” and Morrison is nominated for Song of the Year and Pop Vocal Album.
The Premiere will be hosted by Latin Grammy and Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Debi Nova, and actor Miguel Ángel Muñoz.
“We will take a tour of various musical genres with performances of works nominated in various categories, including song of the year, album of the year and best salsa album,” said Manuel Abud, general director of the Latin Recording Academy.
Following the Latin Grammy Premiere, the broadcast of the 23rd annual Latin Grammy Awards will begin on November 17 live on Univision at 8 pm (0100 GMT), as well as on cable channel TNT for Latin America and on Channel 5 television. open in Mexico. The delivery can also be seen in Spanish on the HBO Max streaming service.