peermusic continues to lead a legacy with 25 Latin Grammy nominations in varied musical genres, from classical to urban to salsa and pop. Its composers are the source of inspiration for great songs that today are recognized by the prestigious Latin Recording Academy, thus writing part of the history of music.

With the theme “Music makes us human”, the broadcast of the ceremony will be on Univision on Thursday, November 19, 2020 at 8:00 p.m. ET / PT (7:00 p.m. CT), will air from Miami with inspiring performances from various cities around the world. With the goal of showcasing musical excellence and the power of music, the program will embody the essence of people with diverse stories of hope, community, sense of purpose, and celebration.

peermusic congratulates all its composers:

DJ Snake for his success ¨Amarillo¨ performed by J Balvin nominated in the categories Album of the Year and Best Urban Music Album with the album ¨Colores¨ and with ¨Loco Contigo¨ nominated for Best Reggaeton Performance

Victor Manuelle for his nomination as Best Salsa Album with his album ¨Memorias de Navidad¨ with songs composed by himself such as: “Ya Se Ven Las Bombillitas”, “Quiero Parranda”, “Cántico Isabelino,“ Me Quede Puyu ”, etc.

Jorge Luis Chacín with the hit ¨No Te Vayas¨ from the album ¨Por Primera Vez¨ performed by Camilo nominated in the Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album categories.

Fito Páez for his album ¨La Conquista del Espacio¨ nominated for Album of the Year, Best Pop / Rock Album and Best Pop/ Rock Song with his composition “La Canción de las Bestias”.

José Serebrier for his Latin Grammy nomination in the category of Best Classical Contemporary Composition with the piece entitled ¨Variaciones Sinfónicas Sobre BACH para Piano y Orquesta¨

Gaby Moreno for her nomination for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album with ¡SPANGLED! Including works by Pedro Elias Gutierrez, Carlos Eleta Almarán and Francisco López on this beautiful album.

Molotov for their nomination for Best Rock Album with his album: ¨¿Dónde Jugarán Lxs Niñxs? (From El Palacio De Los Deportes)¨ including compositions by Miguel Angel Huidobro like: “Que No Te Haga Bobo Jacobo”, “Chinga Tu Madre”, “Gimme Tha Power”, “Matate Tete”, “Mas Vale Cholo”, ¨Por Que No Te Haces Para Alla¨, etc.

Lido Pimienta with the nomination for Best Alternative Music Album with ¨Miss Colombia¨ composed by Lido Maria Pimienta and Matthew Adam Smith.

Chiquis and her team of composers for their Latin Grammy nomination in the category of Best Banda Album for ¨Playlist¨, in collaboration with Gerardo Demara Valenzuela, Gerardo Demara Jr., Alfonso Ordoñez, Paola Rodríguez, Adrián Martín Armendáriz, Emmanuel Castillo, Georgel Julio Arevalo Reyes, Daniel González, Juan Diego Arteaga, Luisanna Hernández Veras and Lorenzo Méndez.

Lupita Infante for her nomination for Best Regional Song with ¨Dejaré¨ from the album ¨La Serenata¨.

Carlos Peña (¨Bésame Mucho¨) and Daniel Barón (¨Te Extraño¨) both competing in the nomination for Best Arrangement.

Eruca Sativa (Brenda Milena Martín, Luisina Bertoldi and Gabriel Pedernera) who have achieved 3 nominations for Best Rock Album with ¨Seremos Primavera¨ and Best Rock Song with ¨Creo¨ and Best Alternative Song with ¨Caparazón¨.

Tomás Méndez, Manuel Esperon and Ernesto Cortazar who are part of the composers of the album ¨A Los 4 Vientos Vol.1 Ranchero¨ interpreted by Eugenia León and nominated for Best Ranchero/ Mariachi Album .

Ruben Fuentes, Silvestre Vargas and Lorenzo Barcelata who are part of the composers on the album “Bailando Sones y Huapangos con El Mariachi Sol de México by José Hernández¨ and was nominated for Best Ranchera Music Album.

Alfonso Esparza, Felipe Bermejo, Lalo Guerrero, José Albarrán Martinez, Juan José Espinosa, Ernesto M. Cortazar, Manuel Esperon, Alfredo D’Orsay, Pedro Galindo Galarza are part of a prestigious roster of songwriters included on the album “Antología de la Música Ranchera” as interpreted by Aida Cuevas and is nominated for Best Ranchero/Mariachi Album.

José Alfredo Jiménez received a well deserved homage including various hits on the album entitled “Al Rey José Alfredo Jiménez” by Banda Lirio. Nominated in the category Best Banda Album.

Ernesto M. Cortazar, Pedro Galindo, José Alfredo Jiménez, María Teresa Lara and Tomas Méndez composers who form part of the songs on the album nominated in the category of Best Album of the Year with “Un Canto Por México, Vol. 1”  performed by Natalia Lafourcade.

Pedro Elias Gutiérrez, Gabriel Luna De La Fuente, Fernando López Mulens y Héctor Flores Osuna  songs are interpreted by Mariaca Semprúm on the album “Soy Puro Teatro – Homenaje A La Lupe”. Nominated in the Best Traditional Tropical Album.