Puerto Rican singer Daddy Yankee took home the award for Best Urban Contemporary Album (Festival de la Familia). The 48-year-old performed a 10-minute set that included tracks from his six-album catalogue.
J Balvin, Carlos Vives, and Yandel were also nominated in the Urban Contemporary Album category. J Balvin, however, took home the trophy for Best Artist.
In another song-and-dance infused moment, DJ Tay James presented five-time Grammy Award winner Bad Bunny with the award for Best Multi-Grammy Award.
The host of the show was Colombian pop star Maluma.
The Latin Grammy’s, founded in 1979, honor artists in “urban music,” “tropical music,” and “Latin pop music.”
Mostly hosted in Las Vegas, the Latin Grammys draw artists from different regions throughout Latin America to perform their top hits.
Here’s a roundup of who won at the 2018 Latin Grammys:
J Balvin, Carlos Vives, and Yandel — Best Artist, Urban Contemporary Album
Daddy Yankee — Best Urban Contemporary Album
Bad Bunny — Best Artist, Tropical Album
Daddy Yankee — Best Tropical Album
Luis Fonsi — Best Urban Song
J Balvin, Marc Anthony, and Willy William — Best Song Written for Visual Media, “Mi Gente”
J Balvin, The-Dream, Jaime Ximenez, Karol G ,Sibylle feat. Ozuna — Best Latin Pop Album
Jacky Lara — Best Latin Pop Album
Daniel Ochoa de Olza — Best Contemporary Tropical Album
Arturo Sandoval — Best Tropical Song
Carlos Vives, Alejandro Sanz, Elizabeth Fonseca, Issac Hernandez, Alicia Bohoslavsky — Best Regional Mexican Music Album (Traditional or Sur California)
Paquito D’Rivera y Su Norteño Banda — Best Regional Mexican Music Album (Traditional or Sur California)
Juan Luis Guerra — Best Regional Mexican Music Album (Regional Mexican)
Gabriel Iglesias — Best Latin Pop Album
Romeo Santos — Best Latin Pop Album
Carlos Vives, Alacranes Musical — Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals