Farruko, Whirlpool Sweetheart and La Factoría Close Latin Music Grants 2023 with Panamanian Reggaetón Exemplary

The three craftsmen conveyed a rootsy execution of “Perdóname”.

Summoning Panamanian class pioneer El General, Farruko showed up in front of an audience like a general and gave recognition to the foundations of reggaetón (otherwise called reggae en español) with a presentation of “Perdóname” Thursday (Oct. 5) at the 2023 Bulletin Latin Music Grants.

As a sweet shock, Panama’s La Factoría and Vortex Darling, who initially recorded “Perdóname” in 2008, likewise shook the stage. La Factoría wore a smooth plastic red suit with a colossal bow as an embellishment and long matching boots, while Darling wore a metallic lime green suit.

The three entertainers mellowed-out “Perdóname,” for a laid back variant of the exemplary melody.

Joined by a cajon player, guitarist, keyboardist, north of twelve artists, and, surprisingly, a Vespa cruiser, the class pioneers conveyed a delightful, hot execution to close the 30th yearly service at Watsco Center in Coral Peaks, FL.

The 2023 Board Latin Music Grants included extra exhibitions from Awful Rabbit, Los Ángeles Azules, Type 50, Chiquis, Eladio Carrión, Grupo Frontera, Los Sebastianes, Manuel Turizo, Marc Anthony, Marshmello, Myke Pinnacles, Nicki Nicole, Olga Tañon, Pepe Aguilar, Peso Pluma, Sky Rompiendo, Sofía Reyes, Ximena Sariñana, Yandel and Yng Lvcas.

The 30th yearly Board Latin Music Grants was communicated in real time on Telemundo. It at the same time broadcasted on the Spanish amusement link network Universo, on Peacock and the Telemundo application. All through Latin America and the Caribbean, it’s accessible on Telemundo Internacional.

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