The 10 Best Moments From Premio Lo Nuestro 2021
Puerto Rican reggaetonero Wisin was honored with the Excellence Award. Colleagues and friends like Maluma and Rauw Alejandro were by his side during this emotional moment. On Instagram, Wisin said Yandel (of former duo Wisin y Yandel) had been an essential part of his success. "Without you I wouldn't be here," he wrote. "If I deserved this award, you deserved it more."
Colombian star Maluma also had a great night. He hit the stage with beach and reggae vibes while performing songs from his latest visual album 7 Days in Jamaica.
Gloria Trevi received a Lifetime Achievement Award and tribute. Ivy Queen joined her on stage for a female empowerment musical feast. However, the Mexican star had a bittersweet night, revealing in her speech that her youngest son is battling coronavirus.
Marc Anthony and Daddy Yankee
These two kings took the stage and time stood still while they performed their new song "De Vuelta Pa' La Vuelta."
Gilberto Santarosa and Jorge Alberto "El Canario" celebrated the legacy of late salsa legend Johnny Pacheco, singing hits like "Que Cante Mi Gente." "Without you, without Fania Records, salsa wouldn't exist, and without salsa, I don't know what I would be," Marc Anthony said when he introduced the tribute to Pacheco. "Your music was the soundtrack of my life as I was growing up. Thanks for the memories, thanks for the music. We know there is a party in heaven."
CNCO sang romantic covers from their new album Déjà Vu and were joined on stage by renowned singer Ricardo Montaner.
Luis Fonsi and Rauw Alejandro
Luis Fonsi and Rauw Alejandro performed their new hit "Vacío."
Chiquis joined legendary cumbia band Los Ángeles Azules to perform "El Listón de Tu Pelo." The band received the Musical Legacy award. "Thank you Premio Lo Nuestro for this recognition. It's been 40 years and we want to thank our family and all of our Hispanic fans. Let's give them a round of applause," they said in their speech.
Anuel AA and Ozuna
Puerto Rican reggaeton stars Anuel AA and Ozuna performed songs from their new collaborative album Los Dioses.
Natti Natasha and Prince Royce
Without a doubt, a wow moment was seeing Prince Royce and Natti Natasha performing their new hit "Antes Que Salga El Sol." The recently engaged Dominican reggaetonera revealed her pregnancy on stage, with Prince Royce caressing her stomach and shouting excitedly, "Congratulations to Natti and Pina!"