Full winners list including Bad Bunny, Rosalía

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Rosalía walked into the 2022 Latin Grammys with eight nominations and concluded the night with four honors including winning album of the year for “Motomami,” her third studio album. 

When accepting the award, the 30-year-old was in tears and said, in Spanish: “Thank you so much. ‘Motomami’ was a record I had to fight really hard to create … but it’s brought me so much happiness. Thank you for always supporting my music even when it’s constantly changing.” 

The Spanish singer-songwriter was in good company, too, as she walked the red carpet with her sister as well as partner, reggaeton star Rauw Alejandro, ahead of the awards show ceremony, which took place at the Michelob Ultra Arena at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada.  

During her speech, the “Hentai” singer gave the “love of my life” a shoutout. “Baby, I love you,” she said to Alejandro. 

Rosalia accepts the award for album of the year for "Motomami."

Bad Bunny, who was not in attendance, won five Latin Grammys Thursday including for best urban music album for “Un Verano Sin Ti.”

On Twitter, the reggaeton star thanked the Latin Recording Academy for his honors and dedicated them to the Dominican Republic. “And to the dembow movement, the artists, producers, dancers, and music video directors,” he wrote. “Thank you for the inspiration, this Grammy is yours.” 

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Angela Alvarez accepts the award for best new artist.

The night saw other historic moments, including Cuban singer-songwriter Angela Alvarez, 95, winning best new artist and proving it’s never too late to chase after your dreams “with faith and love.” Alvarez is the oldest musician to be nominated in the best new artist category at the awards show. 

She tied for the honor with 25-year-old Mexican singer Silvana Estrada. “This year the majority of artists for best new artist were mainly women,” the young singer said during her speech. “This prize was already ours.” 

Marco Antonio Solis was honored with the 2022 Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year award at Thursday's awards show.

One of the night’s highest honors belonged to one of the most lauded singer-songwriters in Latin music: Marco Antonio Solís.

The Mexican icon was honored with the 2022 Latin Recording Academy Award for Person of the Year. After being honored, he performed a medley of his greatest hits including “Tu Carcel,” “Se Veía Venir” and “La Venia Bendita.”

“My heart is flooded with gratitude. … Congratulations to all the nominees, all the winners, and to everyone who’s dreaming of being up here one day,” Solís said during his speech. “Don’t lose your faith. One day you’ll be up here.” 

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