“You won the Grammy for Best Reggaeton Performance!” Those were the words that he heard Karol G using a hearing aid before getting on to sing “Bichota” at a concert in New York, United States.
The Colombian singer won the 2021 Latin Grammy in the category Best Reggaeton Performance for his popular song “Bichota”. After hearing those words, Karol G made it known to all the public who accompanied her at her concert. “We won the Grammy with ‘Bichota’,” the Colombian artist shouted as she jumped across the stage and immediately began to sing the song that won her an award at the Latin music awards.
When she got off the stage, the reggaetonera recorded some Stories on Instagram to tell her followers how she found out that the gramophone belonged to him. In the room where she recorded those videos, Karol G celebrated with all the people who were with her at that time.
“Now there is no break,” said the Colombian artist before shouting excitedly. One of the people who accompanied her in that celebration was the singer Feid. In the middle of the celebration, the Colombian sang “Bichota” again and danced amidst great applause. Anuel’s ex-girlfriend dedicated the Grammy to all her fans.
In other categories that reward the urban genre, the winners were Bad Bunny in the Best Urban Music Album category for The Last World Tour.
Homeland and Life, by Descemer Bueno, El Funky, Gente de Zona, Yadam González, Beatriz Luengo, Maykel Osorbo and Yotuel, triumphed as Best Urban Song and Song of the Year.
The top winner of the night was also a Colombian. Camilo won four awards during the ceremony.
Best Pop Vocal Album for My Hands.
Best Pop Song for Life of Rico.
Best urban fusion / performance for Tatto (Remix), a song he performs with Rauw Alejandro.
Best Tropical Song for God so wanted it together with Ricardo Montaner, Juan Luis Guerra and Yasmil Marrufo.