By Damon Mitchell • 27 January 2020 • 17:20
THE 62nd edition of the Grammy Awards has concluded with good news for Spanish music with two artists of Spain’s nominated artists leaving with awards on Sunday.
Alejandro Sanz received the award for the Best Latin pop album, “ElDisco”. It is the fourth Grammy of his career and he still remains the number one Spanish artist who has received the most awards of this kind.
Rosalia, meanwhile, made history by becoming the first Spanish female soloist to win a Grammy. The singer won the award for Best Alternative Latin music album for “El Mal Querer”, an album that has taken her to the top of international music after a year full of successes.
In addition, Rosalia performed her latest single “Juro Que” live, followed by one of her most iconic songs, “Malamente”. A flamboyant performance adding a flamenco touch to the evening with an impeccable staging, in which the Catalan managed to combine an intimate part of the show with another full of action, strength, and choreography.
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