Ana Tijoux and Jorge Drexlery, a winning duet at the Latin Grammy 2014

Ana Tijoux and Jorge Drexler and won the ‘Record of the Year’ award at the Latin Grammy for their song “Parallel Universes”. It was quite a surprise for the Uruguayan singer-songwriter and the Chilean vocalist, as they confessed.

  • Drexely took the stage and dedicated the gramophone to Colombia.
  • The Chilean Tijoux was very happy and grateful for the achievement.
  • She also competed for the ‘Best Song’ award with ‘Vengo’, but had to face none other than the Spanish Enrique Iglesias, the sensation group Calle 13 and the reggetoneros J Balvin and Farruko.
  • Finally, the son of Julio Iglesias won the statuette or gramophone for the best song of the year.Enrique Iglesias and Calle 13 win two Latin Grammys 2014
  • With ‘Bailando’, Enrique Iglesias, Descemer Bueno and Gente de Zona won two Latin Grammys today in the categories of Best Song and Best Urban Performance.
  • Similarly, the top nominee of the night, Calle 13 took its first two awards for Best Urban Music Album (El abismo) and Alternative Song (El aguante).
  • In the so-called pre-transmission where around 30 of the 48 awards were revealed, Andrés Calamaro won Best Rock Song for ‘Cuando no estás’.
  • In Best Alternative Music Album, it was taken by ‘Babasónicos’. La Sonora Santanera won Best Traditional Tropical Album and Sergio George won in the Best Producer category.
  • In Best Long Format Music Video, it went to Café Tacvba for ‘The object before called disco: The movie’.
  • Plácido Domingo won Best Classical Album for ‘Verdi’.
  • In Best Cumbia Vallenato Album, it was for Jorge Celedón with ‘Celedón sin fronteras’; Best Tropical Song for Carlos Vives and Andrés Castro for ‘When we meet again’.

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