EXCLUSIVE: Young Miko, Manuel Turizo & More to Perform at 2023 Latin American Music Awards

Lead Photo: Art by Stephany Torres for Remezcla.
Art by Stephany Torres for Remezcla.
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Remezcla exclusively reveals the next round of performers for the 2023 Latin American Music Awards. Rising Puerto Rican rapper Young Miko, Colombian singer Manuel Turizo, and Mexican-American star Chiquis are among the artists hitting the Latin AMAs stage in Las Vegas, NV, on Apr. 20. 

After performing with Bad Bunny and Karol G, Young Miko will be appearing at the award show. She will be singing her latest single, “Lisa,” live for the first time. In the Latine trap banger, the openly queer artist talks about how easily she falls for different women. 

Latine pop heartthrob has two nominations this year. Turizo is up for Song of the Year and Best Song – Tropical for his global hit “La Bachata.” Following the release of his recent album 2000, he is set to perform a medley of “La Bachata” and “El Merengue,” which features American DJ Marshmello. Rising Argentine pop star Emilia is joining the performer line-up as well.  

Chiquis has one nomination this year for Best Artist – Regional Mexican. She will perform her single “Porque Soy La Abeja Reina” for the first time. Puerto Rican icon Olga Tañón will premiere her song “La Vida Da Vuelta” live on the Latin AMAs stage. Colombian reggaeton singer Ryan Castro will be hitting the stage as part of a special performance. 

Puerto Rican singer and songwriter Justin Quiles will also be performing at the event. He will be joined by Myke Towers, who was previously announced in the first round of performers. They will be singing their collaboration “Whisky y Coco” live. 

This year, the Latin American Music Awards switched homes and will now be broadcasted on Univision. Earlier this week, Anuel AA, Prince Royce, Bad Gyal, and Edén Muñoz were revealed as performers. Newlyweds Guaynaa and Lele Pons will also be singing together. 

The Latin AMAs will be hosted by Natti Natasha, Julian Gil, and Galilea Montijo. Bad Bunny is the most-nominated artist this year with 11 nominations. The awards will air live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Apr. 20 at 7 p.m. ET on Univision, UniMás, and Galavisión.