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Other nominees in the category include Pablo Alborán (Vértigo), Paula Arenas (Mis Amores), Ricardo Arjona (Hecho a la Antigua), Camilo (Mis Manos), and Alex Cuba (Mendó).
Soon after her nomination was announced, her fans started excitedly reacting on Twitter.
Released on March 12, 2021, Revelación is the fourth extended play by Gomez. She collaborated with producers like Albert Hype, DJ Snake, Jota Rosa, Maro, Neon16, and Tainy for the number. S
The album debuted at number 22 on the US Billboard 200. It shifted 23,000 equivalent album units in its first week of release, marking the biggest sales week for a Latin music album by a woman since Shakira’s El Dorado (2017).
“I don’t think I’ll ever quit making music. I’m not saying I want a Grammy. I just feel like I’m doing the best I can, and it’s all about me. Sometimes, that can really get to me,” Salena Gomez can be quoted from the ELLE September 2021 issue.
She further spoke about the making of the song.
“It was a challenge. I think speaking in Spanish is a lot easier than singing. I made sure that I didn’t look like a fool. I focused so hard on making sure that the language I was speaking, and the way I was speak-ing it, was authentic. I wanted it to exude love—to talk about pain, but in a way that was confident. There is a song about girls saying goodbye to things that aren’t good for us.”
Jon Batiste might be the Grammys biggest surprise – The multi-genre performer and recent Oscar winner made such an impression on voters that he scored the most nominations with 11 on Tuesday.
Batiste earned an album of the year nod for “We Are” along with record of the year with “Freedom,” a feel-good ode to the city of New Orleans. His nominations span several genres including R&B, jazz, American roots music, classical and music video.