LATIN GRAMMYS – Rubén Blades, Camilo, ‘Patria y Vida’ share Latin Grammys glory

Spain, UK

Rubén Blades, Camilo and the anti-Cuban-government song «Patria y Vida» shared the glory at the 22nd Annual Latin Grammy Awards in Las Vegas on Thursday.

The gongs were widely distributed and mostly to men, since the Latin Recording Academy also gave prominence to C. Tangana with his album «El Madrileño,» as well as Juan Luis Guerra and urban star Bad Bunny.

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