untitled design

See which Brazilians won the 2023 Latin Grammy

The Latin Grammy 2023 awarded several artists and records from the Latin recording industry this Thursday afternoon (16). Among the categories of Brazilian artists, names such as Marília Mendonça and Tiago Iorc won.

The 24th edition of the awards will be broadcast live from the Exhibition and Conference Center (FIBES), in Seville, Spain. It is scheduled to be shown on the BIS and Globoplay channels from 9:30 pm, when the broadcast begins.

In this edition, the awards will also have Brazilian presenters: Anitta and Tiago Iorc.

The Latin Grammy has specific categories for songs in Portuguese: Best Contemporary Pop Album; Best Rock or Alternative Music Album; Best Roots Music Album; Best Urban Interpretation in Portuguese Language; Best Song; Best Country Music Album; Best Samba/Pagode Album; Best Brazilian Popular Music Album; and Best Christian Music Album.

Check out the list of Brazilians who won the 2023 Latin Grammy:

  • Marília Mendonça won the “Best Country Music Album” category

Marília Mendonça received the posthumous honor at this year’s Grammy Awards. The award was given to the album “Descobertas Reais”, released in May 2023.

  • “Best Song in the Portuguese Language” goes to a partnership with Tiago Iorc

Singer Tiago Iorc won the category for “Tudo O Que A Fé Pode Tocar”, a partnership with Duda Rodrigues. In the category, “Intimate Algorithm”, by Criolo and Ney Matogrosso, also competed; “Do Acaso”, by Alice Caymmi with Chico César; “In a World of Peace”, by Djavan; and “Que Tal Um Samba?”, by Chico Buarque.

  • Xênia França won “Best Contemporary Pop Album in Portuguese Language”

Singer Xênia França won the category with the album “Em Nome da Estrela”. This is the third album by the Bahian singer, released in 2022 and successor to the album “Xenia”. Upon taking the stage, she thanked her in Spanish and dedicated the award to the universe, to God, to the orixás Exu and Oxum, and to her family.

  • Gaby Amarantos won “Best Roots Music Album in Portuguese Language”

The singer from Pará took the category with her album “TecnoShow”. When thanking the award, she reinforced that she is an artist from the Amazon rainforest in Brazil and that she makes music from the outskirts of Pará. “It is my third nomination and now I receive it with great joy, great honor… receiving and recognizing this music as music with Brazilian roots . Long live tecnobrega, long live tecnobrega, long live Brazilian music produced in Pará!”, he said.

In this category, “Raiz”, by João Gomes; “Elba Ramalho No Maior São João do Mundo”, by Elba Ramalho; “I Do Tomorrow Nothing I Know”, by Almir Sater; “Erva Doce”, by Gabriel Sater; and “Portuguesa”, by Carminho.

[Essa matéria será atualizada ao longo da premiação]

Source: CNN Brasil

You may also like

Get the latest

Stay Informed: Get the Latest Updates and Insights


Most popular