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The 21th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards

Nov. 19, 2020  - All Content Courtesy of The Latin Recording Academy®


21st Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards®Key Show Moments


  • Opening performance –Héctor Lavoe Tribute–Víctor Manuelle, Jesús Navarro, Ricardo Montaner, Ivy Queen, Rauw Alejandro & Sergio George honor the legendary singer with an unforgettable rendition of “El Cantante” 

  • Raquel Sofía, Alex Cuba & Debi Nova on piano with an intimate performance of: 

    • “Amor En Cuarentena” 

    • “Esta Situación” 

    • “3:33”  

  • Lupita Infante’s historic performance of “Amorcito Corazón” to celebrate her grandfather, Pedro Infante, accompanied by Mariachi Sol de México de José Hernández 

  • Karol G performing “Tusa”, accompanied by a powerful female rock band 

  • José Luis Perales performs from Madrid, Spain: 

    • “¿Y Cómo Es Él?” 

    • “Te Quiero” 

  • J Balvin performing “Rojo” under a giant sculpture of two hands coming together, created especially for the show. Two semi-trucks were needed to deliver the piece which weighed 2.6 tons 

  • Sebastián Yatra, featuring Guaynaa, with an energetic performance of: 

    • “Chica Ideal" 

    • Bob Marley’s "Three Little Birds” 

  • Alejandro Fernández, Christian Nodal & Calibre 50 perform from Guadalajara, México: 

    • “Decepciones” 

    • “AYAYAY!” 

    • “Más No Puedo” 

  • Ricky Martin performance, featuring Carla Morrison: 

    • “Recuerdo” 

    • “Tiburones” 

  • Fito Páez & Nathy Peluso (Best New Artist nominee)perform from Buenos Aires, Argentina: 

    • “La Conquista del Espacio” 

    • “Buenos Aires” 

  • Special performance of “I Believe That We Will Win” by Pitbull alongside frontline workers, to honor and recognize the brave work of first responders in our community: 

    • Major Frank Fernandez (drums), physician’s assistant Debi Kuiper-Tomas (bass), Captain Eddy Alarcon and Lieutenant Troy Maness (guitar), background vocals by Sergeant Liz Bremer, labor and delivery registered nurse Kim Fleurinord, firefighter Adrian Ballard, and registered nurse, firefighter, paramedic and retired U.S. Air Force Major Marlon Ferdinand

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