The 2023 Latin Grammy Award nominations were revealed on September 19, showcasing the rich tapestry of Latin music. Let's dive into the highlights, snubs, and surprises of this year's nominations.

Songwriter-producer Édgar Barrera shines with a whopping 13 nominations, setting the bar high for this year's Latin Grammys. His talent knows no bounds! 

Karol G and Shakira follow closely with 11 and 10 nominations respectively, proving their enduring influence on Latin music. 

Joining the nomination list are music heavyweights like Camilo, Bad Bunny, Rosalía, Rauw Alejandro, Marco Antonio Solís, Christina Aguilera, Alejandro Sanz, and more. It's a star-studded affair! 

The coveted Record of the Year category boasts incredible nominations, including hits like "Brisa," "Provenza," "SG4," "Te Felicito," and "Tití Me Preguntó." Which one's your favorite? 

Five outstanding albums compete for Album of the Year, ranging from Christina Aguilera's "Aguilera" to Rauw Alejandro's "Viceversa." Tough choices lie ahead! 

The Song of the Year category features lyrical gems like "Ateo," "Provenza," "SG4," "Te Felicito," and "Tití Me Preguntó." These songs have touched hearts and souls. 

Discover the rising stars in the Best New Artist category, including Conexión Divina, Elsa y Elmar, Pol Granch, Tiare, and Yahritza y Su Esencia. The future of Latin music is bright! 

Mark your calendars for November 16, 2023, when the 23rd Annual Latin Grammy Awards will take place at the Arena WiZink Center in Madrid, Spain. Get ready for an unforgettable night! 

The Latin Grammy nominees represent the diversity and vibrancy of Latin music today. Stay tuned as we eagerly await to see who will be honored at this year's awards. Let the music play on!