Calamaro and C. Tangana took the Latin Grammy for Best Pop/Rock Song

Tonight, Andrés Calamaro took the Latin Grammy for Best Pop/Rock Song with Spanish artist C. Tangana.From Las Vegas, the iconic Argentine singer and songwriter received the award for “Hong Kong”, theme song from the track belonging to Pucho’s album, El Madrileño.
“Delighted to be surrounded by so many friends and colleagues. Such a density of professional colleagues can only be found in hell or at the Grammys in Las Vegas. To all, a hug. Thank you very much for the respect,” Calamaro said with Jorge Drexler by his side. And he continued: “Happy, honored to share ‘Hong Kong’ with Jorge who, of course, I admire and love very much and, with this definition of artist of the XXI century, which is the master Pucho, C. Tangana. Honored and delighted.” After the applause, Drexler anticipated the entry of Pucho, who was preparing his show, and melted into a hug with the others. “Thank you very much to everyone, thank you very much to these four teachers who have taught me a lot and thanks to La Academia for giving a Latin Grammy to a Madrilenian,” were the words of C. Tangana upon receiving the award. The other nominees in this shortlist were “A veces”, Diamante Eléctrico (Electric Diamond); “Cosmos”, (Antisistema Solar), Santi Balmes & Julián Saldarriaga (Love Of Lesbian); “El duelo”, Sergio Eduardo Acosta & León Larregui (Zoé); “Ganas”, Zoe Gotusso, Nicolás Landa & Diego Mema (Zoe Gotusso).

Original source in Spanish

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