Bad Bunny and Peso Pluma won big last night at the Billboard Latin Music Awards. We run down new music from Drake, K-pop girl groups IVE and aespa, Omar Apollo, and more. Billboard takes you to a P!nk concert, an intimate conversation with Kylie Minogue at the Grammy Museum, and more in All Access. K-pop girl group (G)I-DLE talk about their first EP in English, the fan reaction to “Queencard,” their experience touring in the U.S., and more. Mỳa goes Speed Dating and shares her favorite vegan dish, celebrity crush and more.
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Today we sit down with (G)I-DLE, talk new music from Drake and all the queens of K-pop. We take you to the Billboard Latin Music Awards, and all over LA to the biggest concerts while we go on a speed date with Mỳa. Happy Friday, it’s October 6th. I’m Tetris, it’s Billboard News, and we’re getting close to the end of our Latin Music Week. But before we get into all the things today, let’s update you on some new news. Drake drops ‘For All the Dogs’ after several delays and lets his son Adonis take center stage. Plus he’s got collabs with Bad Bunny, J. Cole, Lil Yachty, SZA, Sexyy Red and more new tracks throughout the show, but for now, let’s get into our top story.
Bad Bunny and Peso Pluma are victorious and both hit the stage
While Karol G gets candid
The Miami area was scorching during the 2023 Billboard Latin Music Awards, and we have all the details on the superstar evening.
With seven wins each, Bad Bunny and Peso Pluma tie for the title for most awards during the night, but it was Bad Bunny who took home Artist of the Year.
And there were showstopping performances from Tini, Manuel Turizo, Marc Anthony and so many more. Elsewhere during the ceremony, Karol G was awarded with the Spirit of Hope award, which was established in 1996 in honor of the late Selena Quinatanilla. For a full list of winners, head over to Billboard.com.
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