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Argentinian producer Bizarrap brought fiery performances to the Latin Grammys stage with guests like Shakira and Milo J.
Argentinian producer Bizarrap delivered a standout performance at the Latin Grammys, bringing on guests such as Shakira and Milo J for an unforgettable evening. Opening from behind the DJ booth, Bizarrap was joined by Spanish rap star Milo J for an electric performance of "Milo J: BZRP Music Sessions, Vol. 57." The performance then transitioned to a balladeer singing to Biza's Quevedo session before Shakira hit the stage, dancing a tango version of "Vol. 53" and singing along to the original track, which earlier won the prize for Best Pop Song. Throughout the performance, Biza added new production elements as Shakira sang along while surrounded by a crew of dancers. The crowd joined in, and Shakira's two children danced along as well. She ended the performance with a dance break, making a heart with her hands for her kids, who were spotted clapping for their mom. Along with their performance and collaboration win, Bizarrap took home the award for his track with Quevedo in the Best Urban Song category. In a heartfelt speech, Bizarrap expressed his gratitude, saying, "I'm not used to talking about this... It's a project I started in my room with a computer. Thank you so much. With so little, you can do so much." Shakira's big success was reflected in her seven Latin Grammy nominations this year, making history as the first artist to be nominated in the Song of the Year three times in a single evening. Her collaboration with Bizarrap turned the heartbreak of her split from ex Gerard Piqué into bankable hits this year. Despite being one of this year's most-streamed artists, Shakira was snubbed with zero nominations at the 2024 Grammy Awards. Thanks in part to the success of "BZRP Music Sessions, Vol. 53" with Shakira, Bizarrap earned six Latin Grammy nominations, including Producer of the Year. Bizarrap has previously released viral music sessions with Peso Pluma, Quevedo, Residente, and Villano Antillano. The Latin Grammys also featured performances by Juanes, Rosalía, Eslabón Armado, Peso Pluma, María Becerra, and Feid, and was hosted for the first time in Seville, Spain. The ceremony was aired live from the FIBES Conference and Exhibition Center in Spain on Univision.