Mexican artists of the stature of Lupita Infante, nominated for “Best Regional Song”, and the Mariachi Sol de México of José Hernández, nominated in the category of “Best Ranchero/Mariachi Album”; are part of the important list of nominees that comprises this 21st edition, which has undoubtedly represented a huge challenge for the music industry in the midst of the global pandemic.
This fills the ONErpm company with profound pride due to the 20 nominations of its 18 artists in multiple Latin Grammy categories, thus reinforcing their mission and commitment that, along with the team of each artist, translates into the success and consolidation of their projects, through strategies developed in an integrated, creative, intentional manner, and with extraordinary results, which are once again recognized by the Latin Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences.
The renowned Colombian singer Jorge Celedón joins the extensive list of nominees, along with Karen Lizarazo, both nominated in the category of “Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album”. Furthermore, Grupo Niche in the category of “Best Salsa Album”, Los Gaiteros de San Jacinto, and Los Gaiteros de Pueblo Santo nominated in the category of “Best Folk Album”, which represents a great recognition of Colombian music.
In this regard, Emmanuel Zunz, founder and CEO of ONErpm, celebrated in a special manner each 2020 nomination with his team, because this represents a sign of growth and of the ability to adapt to the challenges that arise in the ever-changing music market, developing global strategies of marketing, distribution, and licenses that position their talents in the highest places of the industry.
ONErpm: A global vision of success
Achieving this merit has no shortcuts, due to the fact that the company has offices that are specialized in the main genres of Latin American music in the cities of Miami, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Bogota, Sao Paulo, and Rio de Janeiro, adding to their portfolio artists such as: Ivy Queen, Pepe Aguilar, Nanda Básico, Gera MX, Charles Ans, and Cultura Profética; the latter also being nominated to the Latin Grammy 2020 in the categories of Best Alternative Music Album with “Sobrevolando” and Best Alternative Song with their hit “Caracoles”. All of this is added to the service provided to more than 300 thousand artists, record labels, and content creators all around the world.
From the influential city of Miami, Adam Mehl, director of U.S Latin, explains that “Onerpm is taking care of expanding the musical wealth of Latin America in one of the most important music markets in the world, the United States”; together with Marco Bissi, as A&R & Head of Business Development, Juan Manuel Caipo, as Director of World Music Affairs; Mariana Franco, as Partner Relations US Latin, and Juliana Otero, as Project Manager US Latin.
This is how ONErpm dresses up to the gala to applaud its 18 artists at the 21st edition of the Latin Grammy, continuing to fill the place with good music, in this year that has been particularly challenging for everyone.
The invitation is to closely follow the awards of its nominees:
1. Best Songwriter Album
• Alex Cuba – “Sublime”
2. Best Christian Album in Portuguese
• Daniela Araújo – “Catarse: Lado A”
3. Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album
• Jorge Celedón & Sergio Luis Rodríguez – “Sigo Cantando Al Amor”
• Karen Lizarazo – “Voz de Mujer”
4. Best Alternative Music Album
• Cultura Profética – “Sobrevolando”
• Hello Seahorse! – “Disco Estimulante”
5. Best Folk Music Album
• Gaiteros de Pueblo Santo – “Historias Cantadas”
6. Best Brazilian Popular Music Album
• Zeca Baleiro – “O Amor No Caos Volumen 2”
7. Best Tejano Music Album
• El Plan – “Pa La Pista Y Pa’l Pisto, Vol. 1”
8. Best Roots Album in Portuguese
• Targino Gondim – “Targino Sem Limites”
9. Best Ranchero/Mariachi Album
• Mariachi Sol De México De José Hernández – “Bailando Sones y Huapangos Con el Mariachi Sol de México de José Hernández”
10. Best Salsa Album
• Grupo Niche – “40”
11. Best Samba/Pagode Album
• Cláudio Jorge – “Samba Jazz De Raíz, Cláudio Jorge 70”
12. Best Latin Children’s Album
• The Lucky Band – “Paseo Lunar”
13. Best Pop/Rock Album
• Los Mesoneros – “Pangea”
14. Best Rock/Alternative Album in Portuguese
• Rapadura – “Universo Do Canto Falado”
15. Best Alternative Song
• Cultura Profética – “Caracoles”
16. Best Pop/Rock Song
• Los Mesoneros – “Últimas Palabras”
17. Best Regional Song
• Lupita Infante – “Dejaré”
18. Best Recording Engineering for an Album
• Alex Cuba – “Sublime”