J Balvin and María Becerra have been criticized for their song "Out of Tune" at the Grammys

J Balvin and María Becerra have been criticized for their song "Out of Tune" at the Grammys
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Colombian singers J Balvin and María Becerra seemed in the first block of the Grammy Awards.

Colombian singer José Álvaro Antonio Balvín, better known as Jay Balvin, and his fellow  Maria   Becerra  gave a presentation at the 64th edition of the Grammy Awards held at the MGM Garden Arena in Las Vegas, USA.

However, both the singers have been severely criticized by the public who watched the event as it looks like both of them lost their voices while singing live. What else then?' In addition, Becerra's completion was categorized as "weak."

On the other hand, it was not the only show where he sang in Spanish. There was also La Gota Fría performed by Aymée Nuviola.

During the gala, Colombia also sang " In Da Getto ," which was released in September 2021. Once again, more than one person showed joy while dancing, which was regarded one of their current achievements.

He was even selected in the category of 'Best Latin Urban Music Album' along with other great personalities like Bad Bunny and his country's lady Karol G. The record producer also arrived at the awards ceremony with his partner, model Valentina Ferrer. And the mother of his only child.

Maria  Becerra , also known in her home country as "Argentine Girl" and Colombia, made her representation during the first block of the ceremony. Also included are Silk Sonic and Olivia Rodrigo, who are thought one of the most honored people of the night.

As a result, many lamented, 'What else then? They sang after the favorite of the ceremony, who received a standing ovation from the audience.

Recently, Residente noted a song addressing J Balvin, although he did not reply to harsh criticism. Yet, many predicted Calle 13 members to take to the stage during the gala to challenge Colombia.

This fame has shaken me. But I don't ignore what happened, "she gagged as waited for the show to continue with the Argentine artist.

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