Who leads in nominations at the 2022 Billboard Latin Music Awards?
Bad Bunny tops the list with 23, including Artist of the Year and Album of the Year for 'Un verano sin ti.'
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Bad Bunny is followed in total nominations by Colombia's Karol G with 15 at the upcoming Billboard Latin Music Awards, including Artist of the Year, Top Latin Album of the Year, and Latin Rhythm Album of the Year, for her hit album KG0516.
Farruko has 11 nominations and will compete for several awards with Bad Bunny, including Artist of the Year and Hot Latin Song of the Year for "Pepas," and "Top Latin Album of the Year for La 167.
Karol G has seven nominations for her song "Mami" with Becky G. Their collaboration is up for Hot Latin Song of the Year, Latin Airplay Song of the Year, Streaming Song of the Year and Latin Pop Song of the Year, among others.
Singer Rauw Alejandro also stands out among the nominees with 10 nominations, including Artist of the Year, Hot Latin Song of the Year for "Male," Top Latin Album of the Year and Latin Rhythm Album of the Year for his work Vice Versa.
The Dominican-American bachata group Aventura, with seven nominations, is also competing for Tropical Artist of the Year and Best Duo or Group, and received four nominations for "Volví," its successful bachata collaboration with Bad Bunny.
U.S. Mexican music group Eslabón Armado leads the stars of Regional Mexican Music with six nominations, including for Regional Mexican Artist of the Year, Best Duo or Group, Hot Latin Song of the Year, and Top Latin Album of the Year, for "Nostalgia" and Tu Veneno Mortal, Vol. 2, respectively.
The award ceremony will be held in Miami on Sept. 29. This year's awards will have 58 categories among the main musical genres, Latin Pop, Tropical, Latin Latin Rhythm and Regional Mexican.
The gala will take place at the Watsco Center in Coral Gables, and is the "only one to honor the most popular albums, songs and performers in Latin music," as Billboard said in a statement.
The event will coincide with Billboard's Latin Music Week, which will be held again in Miami, from Sept;. 26 to Oct. 1.