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Rosalía tops Latin Grammys with three awards

Catalan singer takes prizes for collaborations ‘Yo x Ti, Tu x Mi’ and ‘TKN’


20 November 2020 11:43 AM


ACN | Barcelona

A year after stunning the Latin Grammys with her celebrated ‘El Mal Querer’ album, Catalan artist Rosalía again topped the 2020 awards ceremony with three prizes for her collaborations with world sensations Ozuna and Travis Scott.

‘Yo x Ti, Tu x Mi’, with its hypnotic hook coming and going, featuring Puerto rican reggaetonero Ozuna, received the prizes for Best Urban Song and Best Urban Performance.

Her collaboration with the American rapper Travis Scott ‘TKN’ earned Rosalía the award for Best Short Video.

Mexican singer-songwriter Natalia Lafourcade and Colombian actor, singer and composer Carlos Vives both also won three awards

Rosalìa’s rise to success 

Aged 27, the star has already won 10 Latin Grammys, and is without question one of Catalonia’s most awarded artists.

In addition to her Latin Grammys, she won a Grammy in January of this year, for her album ‘El Mal Querer’, which also gained four Latin Grammys in 2019.

Rosalía is currently living in Miami, where she is working on her next album, two years after the release of her last full work.

In a tweet she celebrated the three wins thanking the Latin Grammys and saying she wanted to bring out new music.

Rosalía's tweet:

Catalan Nominations

Rosalía was not the only Catalan nominated for an award. 

Joan Magrané, a Catalan composer who was the guest composer for the Catalan ‘Palau de la Mùsica’ was also nominated for an award.

Aitana was up for Best Pop Vocal Album with ‘Spoiler’, whilst El Guincho, a close collaborator of Rosalía’s, was in the running for Best Producer. However neither act took home a golden statuette.


  • Rosalí performing at a concert in 2019 (by Reuters)

  • Rosalí performing at a concert in 2019 (by Reuters)