The first round of performers for the Latin American Music Awards has been announced. Today (Mar. 28), Anuel AA, Eden Muñoz, Myke Towers, Prince Royce, Guaynaa, and Lele Pons were announced as the performers hitting the Latin AMAS stage next month.
The 2023 Latin AMAs will take place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV, on Apr. 20. Yesterday, it was announced that Dominican superstar Natti Natasha will be making her hosting debut at the ceremony alongside Argentine-Puerto Rican actor Julian Gil and Mexican actress Galilea Montijo.
“I’m so excited to host and be a part of this year’s Latin AMAs,” Natasha shared in a statement. “I look forward to celebrating our culture and music on a world stage because ‘somos un movimiento.’”
Among the artists performing this year at the awards is Anuel AA. The Puerto Rican superstar is nominated for Best Urban Artist this year. He will perform his new single, “Mas Rica Que Ayer,” featuring Mambo Kingz and DJ Luian.
Fresh off the release of his new album La Vida Es Una, Towers will also be hitting the Latin American Music Awards stage. He will sing his new single “Mi Droga.” Dominican-American pop star Prince Royce will perform a medley of his greatest hits alongside special guests. He will be honored with the Pioneer Award for his successful career trajectory.
Guaynaa and Lele Pons, who got married earlier this month, are also among the performers. The Latine couple will perform a special medley, including their recent collaboration, “Abajito.” Spanish rapper Bad Gyal will be making her Latin AMAs debut with her single “Chulo.” Edén Muñoz will bring regional Mexican music to the awards with his performance.
Bad Bunny is the most-nominated artist this year with 11 nominations. He is followed by Becky G and Daddy Yankee, who have nine nominations each. The Latin American Music Awards will be streamed on UniMás, Univision, and Galavisión on Apr. 20.