La Academia responde a Reggaetoneros

La Academia responde a Reggaetoneros

LAS VEGAS, NV - NOVEMBER 15: President and CEO of the Latin Recording Academy Gabriel Abaroa speaks onstage at the Premiere Ceremony during the 19th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino on November 15, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Rich Polk/Getty Images for LARAS)

(Photo by Rich Polk/Getty Images for LARAS)

La Academia responde a comentarios sobre reggaetoneros feeling left out of the nominations. Latin Grammys released the following statement:

We respect and admire all the genres that compose the world of Latin music. In 2004, The Latin Recording Academy® led the charge for recognizing reggaeton (urban) in several categories, adapting to the evolution of music. The Latin Recording Academy has followed a strict voting process for the past 20 years. The members, through their votes, select what they believe merits a nomination.

The Academy has never influenced their decisions, have always honored, and respected their elections, even if there are people who do not agree with the results. Nevertheless, we hear the frustration and discontent. We invite the leaders of the urban community to get involved with the Academy, to get involved with the process, and to get involved with discussions that improve the Academy.

At its core, The Latin Recording Academy belongs to its members, from all genres, and our doors are always open. Together we can all make it work. Let’s do it!


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