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RESIDENTE, ROSALÍA AMONG LATIN GRAMMY WINNERS

Legendary Latin rapper Residente had a pair of wins at the 2020 Latin Grammy Awards, including Song of the Year, for his ode to Puerto Rico, the emotional "René" (Sony Latin).

Columbia's Rosalía took home three trophies at Thursday night's ceremony, including multiple wins in the Urban categories, with Ozuna for "YO x TI, TU x MI" and Best Video, for "TKN" with Travis Scott

The most-nominated artist of the evening, J Balvin, took home one victory, for Best Urban Album, for COLORES (UMLE). Bad Bunny's "Yo Perreo Sola" won Best Reggaeton Song.

Among the other big winners were Mexican singer/songwriter Natalia LaFourcade (three wins, including Album of the Year, for Un Canto por México, Vol 1) and Alejandro Sanz, who repeated as Record of the Year victor, with Contigo. 

Find the full list of winners here

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