Red Carpet Photos – Billboard

The 2022 Billboard Latin Music Awards ceremony is over.

As tradition dictates, the Latin superstars walked the red carpet before entering the Watsco Center for the annual awards ceremony which took place on Thursday, September 29 in Miami.

The 29th annual Billboard Latin Music Awards aired live on Telemundo and simulcast on Spanish entertainment cable network Universo and throughout Latin America and the Caribbean on Telemundo Internacional.

With nine wins – including artist of the year, tour of the year and songwriter of the year – Bad Bunny was the grand champion of the 2022 Billboard Latin Music Awards.

The Puerto Rican star, who broke attendance and chart records, also won Best Latin Album of the Year and Best Latin Rhythm Album of the Year for A Verano Sin Ti, longest-running album at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 so far this year, as well as Hot Latin Songs and Top Latin Albums Artist of the Year, Male and Tropical Song of the Year for “Volví” .

Following Bad Bunny in number of wins, Farruko with his juggernaut hit “Pepas,” which won Hot Latin Song of the Year, as well as sales, streaming, and Latin Rhythm Song of the Year. Karol G was the top female artist of the night, winning Hot Latin Songs and Top Latin Albums Female Artist of the Year, while “Mamii,” her collaboration with Becky G, won the Hot Latin Song of the Year. year, vocal event.

Rauw Alejandro and regional Mexican stars Grupo Firme and Eslabón Armado picked up two awards each, as did 18-year-old Mexican newcomer Iván Cornejo, who took home New Artist of the Year. The producer of the year award was once again awarded to Tainy. See the full list of winners here.

This year, awards were presented in 58 categories across the Latin Pop, Tropical, Latin Rhythm and Mexican Regional music genres. The event is the only awards show to honor Latin music’s most popular albums, songs and performers, as determined by Billboardweekly charts.

The awards – produced by MBS Special Events and produced by Mary Black Suarez – coincide with Billboard Latin Music Week, which returned to Miami September 26-October 1 at Faena Forum, with a line-up of featured speakers including Romeo Santos, Maluma , Grupo Firme, Chayanne, Ivy Queen and Nicky Jam, among many others.

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