Carin León, the modern icon of regional Mexican music, is shining bright at the 20th edition of Premios Juventud. He has been nominated for the prestigious Artista Premios Juventud Masculino, along with other heavyweights in the industry. These stars will be lighting up the biggest summer party, set to be broadcast from Puerto Rico on Thursday, July 20, via Univision.
In this coveted category, Carin León finds himself in an esteemed company. Alongside him are Bad Bunny, Camilo, Daddy Yankee, Manuel Turizo, Myke Towers, Ozuna, Peso Pluma, Rauw Alejandro, and Romeo Santos. These artists, each a musical phenomenon in their own right, will be honored at the gala, which is set to take place at the Coliseo José Miguel Agrelot on the Island of Enchantment for the second time.
Carin León: A Powerhouse across Eight Categories at Premios Juventud 2023
But that’s not all for the Hermosillo-born artist. Carin León is in the running for seven more awards. Among them are the On The Rise Male Artist, recognizing his rising star, and My Favorite Streaming Artist, a testament to his popularity on digital music platforms.
It doesn’t stop there. León is also contending in the Best Regional Mexican Song category for his hit track ‘No Es Por Acá.’ His collaborations with other celebrated singers have further solidified his standing as one of the most nominated artists of this year’s gala.
The awards for Best Song For My Ex and Best Regional Mexican Collaboration could also go to León for his song ‘Que Vuelvas’ with Grupo Frontera. He’s also up for the Best Regional Mexican Fusion for his track ‘Llorar y Llorar,’ in collaboration with Mau y Ricky.
Charting Carin León’s Journey in Premios Juventud
Since his 2020 nomination for La Nueva Generación Regional Mexicano, awarded to newcomers in the genre, León has been a standout. In 2021, he earned a nomination in the Viral Track of the Year category for his song ‘Tú.’
The following year, he earned his first nomination for Best Regional Mexican Fusion for ‘Como Lo Hice Yo,’ a heart-wrenching track he released in collaboration with Matisse. This fusion of pop and regional Mexican music with the Mexicali group marked a memorable milestone in his career.
In 2022, his album ‘Inédito’ brought him further recognition in the category of Regional Mexican Album of the Year. This further affirmed that his music was truly transcending borders.
With eight nominations to his name, this could be Carin León’s defining night. So, tune into the summer’s biggest party, kicking off with Noche de Estrellas at 7P/6C on Univision. It promises a stellar line-up of guest arrivals, interviews, fashion, and of course, music.
Mark your calendars for Thursday, July 20, when the winners will be announced at this spectacular summer party. Don’t miss out on the chance to witness what could be Carin León’s biggest night yet.