In a gala event in Miami, Florida; it was the biggest night in music for the Latin community with the Latin Grammy Awards.

In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, there was no red carpet or live audience; many of the performances had been pre-recorded, with some of the live performers having their faces covered.

Mexican singer Natalia Lafourcade was a big winner earning not only three awards, but taking home two of them that has formerly been dominated by male artists.

Fellow female artist Rosalia also garnered multiple awards during the ceremonies.

Residente,  Fito Páez, and Carlos Vives were the only other artists to earn more than a one award.

2020 Latin Grammy Award winners:
Record of the Year: “Contigo” by Alejandro Sanz
Album of the Year: “Un Canto Por Mexico, Vol 1” by Natalia Lafourcade
Song of the Year: “Rene” by Residente
Best New Artist: Mike Bahia
Best Pop Vocal Album: “Pausa” by Ricky Martin
Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album: “Compadres” by Andres Cepeda & Fonseca
“Best Pop Song: “Tutu” by Camilo & Pedro Capó
Best Urban Fusion or Performance: “Yo X Ti, Tu X Mi” by Rosalia and Ozuma
Best Reggaeton Performance: “Yo Perreo Sola” by Bad Bunny
Best Urban Music Album: “Colores” by J Balvin
Best Rap or Hip-Hop Song: “Antes Que El Mundo Se Acabe” by Residente
Best Urban Song: “Yo X Ti, Tu X Mi” by Rosalia and Ozuma
Best Rock Album: ¿Dónde Jugarán Lxs Niñxs? (Desde El Palacio De Los Deportes) by Molotov
Best Rock Song: “Biutiful” by Mon Laferte
Best Pop or Rock Album: “La Conquista Del Espacio” by Fito Paez
Best Pop or Rock Song: “La Cancion De Las Bestias” by Fito Paez
Best Alternative Music Album: “Sobrevolando” by Cultura Profetica
Best Alternative Song: “En Cantos” by Ille and Natalia Lafourcade
Best Salsa Album: “40” by Grupo Niche
Best Cumbia or Vallenato Album: “Sigo Cantando Al Amor” – the deluxe edition by Jorge Celedon and Sergio Luis Rodriguez
Best Merengue or Bachata Album: “Ahora” by Eddy Herrera and “Larimar” by Daniel Santacruz
Best Traditional Tropical Album: “Icono” by Orquesta Aragon
Best Contemporary or Tropical Fusion Album: “Cumbiana” by Carlos Vives
Best Tropical song: “Cancion Para Ruben” by Carlos Vives and Ruben Blades
Best Singer-Songwriter Album: “Mesa Para Dos” by Kany Garcia
Best Rancero or Mariachi Album: “Hecho En Mexico” by Alejandro Fernandez
Best Banda Album: “Playlist” by Chiquis”
Best Tejano Album: “Live in Mexico” by La MafiaBest Norteno Album: “Los Tigres Del Norte at Folsom Prison” by Los Tigres Del Norte
Best Regional Song: “Mi Religion” by Natalia Lafourcade
Best Instrumental Album: “Terra” by Daniel Minimalia
Best Folk Album: “A Capella” by Susana Baca
Best Tango Album: “Fuelle y Cuerda” by Gustavo Casenave
Best Flamenco Album: “Flamenco Sin Fronteras” by Antonio Rey
Best Latin Jazz or Jazz Album: Puertos: Music From International Waters by the Emilio Solla Tango Jazz Orchestra
Best Spanish Language Christian Album: “Soldados” by Alex Campos
Best Portuguese Language Christian Album: “Reino” by Aline Barros
Best Portuguese Language Contemporary Pop Album: “APKA!” by Ceu
Best Portuguese Language Rock or Alternative Album: “AmarElo” by Emicida
Best Samba or Pagode Album: “Samba Jazz de Raiz Claudio Jorge 70” by Claudio Jorge
Best MPB (Musica Popular Brasileira) Album: “Belo Horizonte” by Toninho Horta & Orquestra Fantasma
Best Sertaneja Music Album: “Origens [Ao Vivo Em Sete Lagoas, Brazil / 2019]” by Paula Fernandes
Best Portuguese Language Roots Album: “Veia Nordestina” by Mariana Aydar
Best Portuguese Language Song: “Abrico-de-Macaco” by Joao Rosco
Best Latin Childen’s Album: “Canta y Juega” by Tina Kids
Best Classical Album: “Eternal Gratitude” by Paulina Leisring & Domingo Pagliuca
Best Contemporary Classical Composition: “Sacre” by Carlos Fernando López
Best Arrangement: “La Flor De La Canela” by the Afro-Peruvian Jazz Orchestra
Best Recording Package: “Soy Puro Teatro – Homenaje A La Lupe” by Mariaca Semprún
Best Engineered Album: “3:33” by Debi Nova
Producer of the Year: Andrés Torres and Mauricio Rengifo
Best Short form Music Video: “TKN” by Rosalia and Travis Scott
Best Long Form Music Video: “El Mundo Perdido de Cumbiana” by Carlos Vives

feature photo credit: Latin Grammys Facebook page