The 2021 Billboard Latin Music Awards stage will feature a sensational show with the participation of internationally renowned stars such as Camila Cabello, Christian Nodal, Juanes, Natti Natasha, Prince Royce, Ana Barbara, Carlos Rivera, Myke Towers, Reik, and Rauw Alejandro.
Representing the most popular genres and rhythms in Latin music, they make up the first lineup of confirmed performers at the prestigious awards show. The Billboard Latin Music Awards will broadcast live on Telemundo on Thursday, September 23, beginning at 7pm/6c.
Global and multiplatinum-selling singer and songwriter Camila Cabello, who recently launched her summer hit "Don't Go Yet," will grace the Billboard Latin Music Awards stage for a very special debut performance on the show. She headlines a roster of female performers that includes Natti Natasha, a finalist for "Hot Latin Songs" Artist of the Year, Female, and renowned Mexican celebrity Ana Barbara.
Prince Royce, a finalist for five awards, including Tropical Artist of the Year, Solo, will appear at the event fresh off the launch of his latest single "Lao' a Lao"; while Juanes will take a break from his highly anticipated "Origen" tour to sing on the Premios Billboard stage. Two-time finalist Christian Nodal joins the celebration after breaking the record for most No.1s among soloists in the history of Billboard's Regional Mexican Airplay chart.
Reik and Rauw Alejandro, both finalists for two awards, join the performer lineup after announcing their surprise collaboration on "Loquita;" while new urban music sensation and three-time finalist, Myke Towers, will pause his first world tour to be present at the coveted gala, along with Carlos Rivera who is currently enjoying the success of his latest album Leyendas.
The celebration will begin at 7pm/6c with the traditional red carpet special, followed by the awards show at 8pm/7c. The event will also be simulcast on the Hispanic entertainment cable channel, Universo, and throughout Latin America and the Caribbean on Telemundo Internacional.
The awards will coincide with Billboard Latin Music Week, which returns to Miami from September 20-24, 2021, and will host live conversations and performances with superstars like Karol G, Daddy Yankee, Nicky Jam and many more. For more information on Billboard Latin Music Week and to register now, visit billboardlatinmusicweek.com.
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