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The pioneer of the urban genre, Ivy Queenwas quite recognized last year by nothing more and nothing less than his counterpart and singer of reggaeton, Bad Bunnyin several of his concerts of The Last World Tour 2022. Now it will be the Lo Nuestro 2023 Award, the one that gives a well-deserved recognition to the Puerto Rican and also to the salsa singer Víctor Manuelle.
Ivy Queen will receive the Lo Nuestro Legado Musical Award for the urban genre and the singer born in The Bronx, but of Puerto Rican origin, will raise the Lo Nuestro Lifetime Achievement Award. But the tributes toThe Queen of Reggaeton” they will come just for open the way for other women artists dedicated to the urban genre which are not few: Karol G, Yailin The Most Viral, Tokischa, The Materialist, Anitta and even his own Becky G.
Victor Manuelle For his part, he has 30 years of musical career, in which he has added new colors to salsa, generating a great contribution to the Latin music. Because that’s what he’s about Lo Nuestro Award. A great party to our music, its origins and what today moves us and identifies us as Latinos.
Traditionally, the Lo Nuestro Award for Musical Legacy celebrates those artists whose contributions have greatly influenced their respective genres. Past winners include musical icons like Alexander Fernandez Y The blue Angels. But Ivy Queen will make history by being the first woman to receive this recognition.
Lo Nuestro Award will have some luxury entertainers like: Alejandra Espinoza, Adrian Uribe, Paulina Rubio Y Sebastian Yatra. It will take place on February 23 in Miami-Dade and it can be seen univisionGalavisión in the US and Canal 5 in Mexico. You can also follow the hashtag #PremioLoNuestro on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter or click on the website of the television network.
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