Here Are the Premio Lo Nuestro 2024 Winners

Lead Photo: Art by Stephany Torres for Remezcla.
Art by Stephany Torres for Remezcla.
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Premio Lo Nuestro 2024 went down last night (Feb. 22) at the Kaseya Center in Miami, FL. Like every year, the popular award show recognized Latine artists of all calibers and genres for their impeccable talents and glowing work in the music industry. This year’s leading winner? None other than Karol G.

The Colombian superstar won all of her nine nominations, including Artist of the Year, Album of the Year for her record-breaking Mañana Será Bonito, and Tour of the Year, which is still ongoing in Latin America. Though she wasn’t present due to her tour, her music’s impact was recognized with awards for Remix of the Year for “Una Noche En Medellín Remix” with Cris Mj and Ryan Castro and for Urban – Collaboration of the Year for “Gatúbela” with Maldy. She also won Pop-Urban – Song of the Year for “TQG” with Shakira, who also skipped the ceremony.

This year’s runner-up for most wins was a four-way tie between Maluma, Carin León, Peso Pluma, and Shakira. Maluma, who was in charge of opening the show, was awarded The Perfect Mix of the Year and Mexican Music – Collaboration of the Year for “Según Quién” with León. He also won Pop-Urban/Dance – Song of the Year for “Tá Ok Remix” – Dennis, Mc Kevin O Chris and Karol G. León, who blended his música mexicana with Kane Brown’s country flair on stage, also took home Mexican Music – Male Artist of the Year and Norteño Song of the Year for “Indispensable.”

Although Peso Pluma wasn’t present, he won Mexican Music – Song of the Year for his hit collaboration “Ella Baila Sola” with Eslabon Armado. Eslabon Armado, who did attend, received the award and thanked their immigrant parents who came from Mexico during their speech. The group’s vocalist also encouraged kids to fight for their dreams. Moreover, La Doble P was also recognized for New Artist Male, Mexican Music – Album of the Year for Génesis, and Mexican Music Fusion of the Year for the duet above.

Shakira took home the award for Pop – Female Artist of the Year. She also won Pop-Urban – Collaboration Of The Year and Song of the Year for “Shakira: Bzrp Music Sessions, Vol. 53” with Bizarrap. Bizarrap accepted the Song of the Year award on their behalf and hinted that the two collaborators had more music to come.

Other notable award winners include Kenia Os, who won New Artist Female and Pop – Song of the Year for “Mi Salida Contigo” with Ha*Ash. Grupo Frontera won two awards: Mexican Music – New Artist Group or Duo and Mexican Music – Group or Duo of the Year. RBD, who couldn’t attend the ceremony, also won for Pop – Group or Duo of the Year.

Check out the full list of winners here.