Karol G makes it clear that the greatest prize is not having won a Grammy

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The ceremony of handing over the Grammy Awards 2024 It has been one of the most spectacular that we have experienced in recent times. However, it seems that something has changed in the artists themselves who no longer make success at these galas their primary objective but instead reinforces what they have felt and experienced with their most recent works. That is the case of Karol G.

La Bichota managed to win the award for Best Latin Recording, making it clear that the triumph of the urban Latin in the American industry awards had a Colombian flavor. But as we say, for the one from Medellín the important thing was not the gramophone but the trip to it.

“I am proud to know that this album has been able to impact, in a positive way, the lives of so many people. Tomorrow will be beautiful became a movement of wanting to improve oneself, to live, to enjoy even in the dark moments and to value what one has while what you want comes… it is a band-aid for the soul ❤️‍🩹🥺 and the greatest gift it leaves me is having been able to connect with so many people in the world, accompany them with my music and that these songs will represent a special moment in their lives. lives. It has changed visas just as it has changed mine! 🌈☀️🌷” the Colombian began explaining.

There is no doubt that after this award ceremony there will be many who will discover his music for the first time and who knows if this will not be the first step towards another beautiful story. But what Karol G made clear is that nothing would have been possible without his perception of his album and without the public’s feelings of identification with the album.

“Thank you to all the people who were part of this very special project and thank you for being part of these achievements! Thank you also to those who are heartily happy because of how truly happy I feel! I love you very much and as I said, I promise to give “EVERYTHING and more than I can, to give back all the love they give me! I love them! WE WON A FUCKIN GRAMMY ANGLO FOR LATIN ALBUM OF THE YEAR!!!!!!!!!!!!” the Colombian finished amidst exultant cries on the internet.

Karol G became the first female artist to win this award in the entire history of the awards. The first for her and already creating history: “Hello, I’m Karol G and I’m from Medellín – Colombia,” she said during her award acceptance speech. “This is my first time at the Grammys and it is the first time I hold my own award. I am very happy, very nervous, excited to be in front of so many legends that I admire and respect,” she stressed, visibly moved.

His album has changed some lives and he still has a long way to go to change some more: “This is something beautiful, my album has given me the best memories of my entire life, my fans who came and enjoyed my album motivate me, they motivate me.” They inspire. Thank you, I promise you that I will always give you my best. I hope this is the first of many, thank you very much.”


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