Bad Bunny dominates first ever Spotify music awards in Mexico city

The first ever Spotify song awards, held in Mexico City, saw reggaeton famous person Bad Bunny walk away with the maximum accolades in a show marked by way of a powerful overall performance by using US-Mexican singer Julieta Venegas and devoted to the war of women across Latin America.

"Thank you for having me here and creating a dream come true, I love you Mexico, see you soon," said Puerto Rican Bad Bunny as he popular the pinnacle prize of Spotify Artist of the Year.

In the user-generated awards, that prize went to the artist most listened to, maximum shared and maximum downloaded with the aid of Mexican customers of the streaming provider in 2019.

Bad Bunny, whose actual call is Benito Martinez, also won in the classes of most listened to artist and artist maximum delivered to a playlist.

The awards ceremony had its maximum emotional moment whilst Venegas debuted her new track "Women," after being presented by means of French-Chilean singer Ana Tijoux, who called for women to face together towards violence.

"So that by no means again any of us is murdered, raped, so there isn't one less folks! We don't want cheers!," said Tijoux, call-checking some of environmental activists and different ladies who had been murdered in latest years.

Tijoux then passed off to Venegas, who seemed on stage accompanied by a dozen other Latin American singers.

A line from her new song states that "women are status up, and men don't know what to do."

The 100,000-capability National Auditorium went wild for Colombian reggaeton celebrity J Balvin, who were tipped to win in numerous categories however who went home with simply one -- "most shared artist."

Colombia's Karol G went home with the "maximum listened to woman artist" award, and captivated the audience with her performance.

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