On Thursday (Nov. 16), the 24th annual Latin Grammys witnessed a soul-stirring collaboration as Kany García and Christian Nodal took the stage in Seville, Spain, to perform their heartfelt ranchera ballad, “La Siguiente.”
Kany, adorned in a beautiful off-white lace ensemble and matching pointy boots, her long hair flowing, transitioned impressively from her usual playful pop persona to belt out a poignant norteña song with plenty of gusto. Backed by numerous acoustic and electric guitars, the performance painted a beautiful backdrop for the lovelorn narrative of a toxic relationship.
In a black silk shirt, with a tattooed chest adorned with gold chains, the mariacheño pioneer Christian Nodal entered the picture to match hearts with the Puerto Rican singer. Straying from elaborate choreography or flashy effects, the duo relied solely on their robust vocals to captivate the audience.
“Gracias por hacerme bohemio, México” (“Thank you for making me bohemian, Mexico”), Christian Nodal said earlier during the telecast when the sleek vaquero won a Latin Grammy for best ranchero/mariachi album for Forajido EP2.
The 2023 Latin Grammys featured performances from Andrea Bocelli, Alejandro Sanz, Bizarrap, Borja, Camilo, Carin León, David Guetta, DJ Premier, Édgar Barrera, Eslabón Armado, Feid, GALE, Iza, Joaquina, Juanes, Laura Pausini, Leon Leiden, Maluma, Manuel Carrasco, Maria Becerra, Milo J, Natascha Falcão, Ozuna, Pablo Alborán, Paola Guanche, Peso Pluma, Rauw Alejandro, Rosalía, Sebastián Yatra and Shakira.
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