Latin Grammys 2023: Juanes, Peso Pluma, Nicki Nicole Red Carpet News
Rolling Stone covered the 24th Annual Latin Grammy Awards in Spain, featuring interviews with Peso Pluma, Nicki Nicole, Juanes, and more.
Rolling Stone was on hand to capture all the excitement at the 24th Annual Latin Grammy Awards held in Seville, Spain, marking the first time the ceremony has taken place overseas. Senior Music Editor Julyssa Lopez and Video Producer and Host Ilana Woldenberg had the chance to chat with some of the stars who graced the red carpet prior to the awards show.
Among the artists they spoke to were Peso Pluma and Nicki Nicole, who made their red carpet debut as a couple, Juanes, Gale, Maria Becerra, Ana Del Castillo, and more. Peso Pluma and Nicki Nicole shared a sweet moment with Rolling Stone, expressing their support for each other and their excitement for their upcoming performance. Juanes, the winner of the Best Pop/Rock Album award, reflected on the impact of his music and the journey he has been on. Mexican singer and actress Danna Paola talked about her nerves before taking the stage and her upcoming album. Feid and DJ Premier discussed their collaboration and the blending of their musical styles. Argentine singer Maria Becerra spoke about her performances at the ceremony and representing Argentina at the awards show. Mexican star Natalia Lafourcade celebrated her two awards wins and the personal significance of her album. Opera legend Andrea Bocelli teased his performance and shared his thoughts on Laura Pausini, this year's Person of the Year. Gale expressed her gratitude and excitement at being nominated and reflected on her lifelong dream of being a part of the Latin Grammys. Gaby Moreno emphasized the importance of uplifting female producers in the industry and the need for greater representation. Vallenato star shared her thoughts on her nomination and the significance of being up for Best New Artist. The hip-hop duo Dawer x Dapper discussed their creative inspiration and the themes of their nominated record. Colombian singer Cabra explained the concept behind his album cover and the intention behind the imagery. The Argentine trio Usted Señalamelo reflected on their nomination and the legacy of art and love for music.
The artists shared their personal stories, their excitement, and their gratitude for being a part of the Latin Grammys. It was a night filled with celebration, recognition, and the coming together of diverse voices and talents in the Latin music industry. The red carpet was a showcase of the vibrancy, creativity, and passion that define the Latin music scene, and the awards ceremony itself was a testament to the power of music to unite and inspire.