On a night when the world's greatest pop star was prominent by his nonappearance

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state of the art flamenco-pop vocalist Rosalía got everyone's attention Thursday by wandering off with the sought after collection of the year grant at the 23rd Latin Grammys.

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With her triumph during the current year's acclaimed "Motomami" LP, Rosalía turned into the main lady to two times win for collection of the year. 

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Motomami" landed like a cherry bomb in the Latin pop world, a dynamic combination of reggaetón, bachata and flamenco that overturned shows in both sound and orientation.

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The 30-year-old Barcelona local recently won collection of the year in 2019, for her sophomore exertion, "El Mal Querer."

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The specter of Bad Bunny, who skipped Thursday night’s ceremony to perform in Medellín, Colombia, haunted the Michelob Ultra Arena in Las Vegas.

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As the most selected craftsman of the evening, the Puerto Rican vocalist and rapper won in five out of 10 classes, all in the field of música urbána

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 metropolitan music collection for "Un Verano Sin Ti," metropolitan tune and metropolitan combination/execution for "Titi Me Preguntó," rap/hip-bounce tune for "De Museo" and reggaeton execution for "Lo Siento

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with Tainy and Julieta Venegas. Yet again disappointingly, Awful Rabbit, the main individual to top the Bulletin 200 by singing just in Spanish, was limited in the general field.

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