The 19th Latin GRAMMY Awards was quite the celebration, as many talented artists were honored—here's our roundup of some of the winner's best reactions on social media.
The Colombian artist has been one of the leaders in the reemergence of reggaeton and used his acceptance speech to recognize the power of the genre.
Catch up on all the hottest performances and biggest winners from the Biggest Night In Latin Music.
The Spanish singer used he first-ever GRAMMY acceptance speech to thank the women who paved the way for her.
The artist from Uruguay adds to his win tally with Latin music's highest songwriting award.
The rising queen of reggaeton takes home her first Latin GRAMMY.
The number of incredibly talented young people in the music industry continues to increase—on center stage, behind the scenes and pretty much everywhere else—who are you most inspired by?
Mexico's GRAMMY-winning band was honored with performances from Gilberto Santa Rosa, Pepe Aguilar, La Marisoul and more.
Clark's self-deprecating humor and impeccable playing helped build country music's wide appeal, making him an icon remembered today with both respect and love. He died at his home in Oklahoma.
The special exhibition, which includes artwork inspired by the legendary singer/songwriter, will be making its way to the Jewish Museum in New York City in 2019.
Seven iconic Latin music artists were awarded with the Latin Recording Academy's Lifetime Achievement Award, plus two industry veterans received the Trustees Award during the celebratory event last night.
Mercury Rev announces Bobbie Gentry tribute album The Delta Sweete Revisited will be out Feb. 2019 with an array of guest female vocalists.
Having toured the U.S. in summer 2018, Monsta X is returning to the U.S. for iHeartRadio Jingle Ball performances of their all-English single "Shoot Out."