Bad Bunny, Capó and Karol G will perform at the Latin Grammy

The album could be considered the most commercial of his career by presenting less explicit content than the previous ones. Photo: Archive

 Bad Bunny, Pedro Capó and Karol G will perform at the Latin Grammy ceremony, whose Person of the Year, Marc Anthony, will also have a special participation.

The Latin Recording Academy announced Tuesday the first group of artists confirmed for the 21st annual Latin Grammy Awards. Alejandro Fernández, Kany García, Los Tigres del Norte, Christian Nodal and Fito Paéz will also participate in the gala.

Anthony, winner of six Latin Grammys and three Grammys, will return to the stage as Person of the Year. Argentine-Spanish rapper Nathy Peluso, nominated for best new artist, will offer her first international performance.

The ceremony, whose theme this year is “Music humanizes us”, will take place from different cities around the world, while the venue will be Miami. Carlos Rivera and Roselyn Sánchez will be the hosts. Rivera has already hosted the 18th annual installment, while Sánchez returns for the fifth time to the Latin Grammy Awards.

The ceremony will be broadcast live on Univisión on November 19 at 8 pm New York (0000 GMT), with retransmissions on TNT and Televisa Channel 5.

The Latin Grammy Premiere, in which most of the awards are given, will be held prior to the broadcast in a virtual production with remote performances in which all nominees can participate. Faced with the COVID-19 pandemic, this year it will not have a live audience or a red carpet.

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