Vicente Fernández wins a posthumous Grammy for the Best Regional Mexican Music Album for "A Mis '80s
The announcement of the award to Vicente Fernández was marked by the words of the person in charge of delivering said award, the American country singer Jimmie Allen, who seemed not to know the winner of the award.
Vicente Fernández succeeded a posthumous Grammy for Best Regional Mexican Music Album for "A Mis 80s", the last album he unleashed late last year before his death.
Natalia Lafourcade (“Un Canto por México, Vol. II”), Mon Laferte (“Seis”), Christian Nodal ("Aayay! Super Deluxe"), and Aída Cuevas were also selected for the sorts, which includes Tejano music. Including ("Anthology of Ranchira Music, Volume 2").
The statement of the award to Fernandez was made in the words of Jimmy Allen, the American country singer in charge of the award.
"(Vicente Fernández) didn't arrive either, but congratulations. It's a tremendous privilege, even if you can't attend today," said the American interpreter, who did not seem to know the winner.
The United States Recording Academy wanted to reward Chente's latest work, as his followers call it, in a section of Grammys that includes sub-genres of music such as corrido, grupero, Banda, norteño, Mariachi, grupero, And ranchera is grouped.
The 13-song album "A Mis 80s" was unleashed in December 2020 and is now featured in the 64th edition of Grammys, which returns to 'Normal,' except Las Vegas (Nevada, USA) because Coronavirus cases rose in Los Angeles in January.
Traditionally, the gala is held in the city of California, but this year it is being hosted by the 'City of Sin,', especially at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.