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J Balvin Reacts to Residente Comparing His Music to a Hot Dog Cart After Grammys Rant

Residente isn’t impressed with J Balvin‘s stance on the Grammys.

The 43-year-old Puerto Rican musician spoke out following the 36-year-old reggaeton star’s rant about the Grammys on social media amid discussion about the lack of reggaeton nominations at the awards.

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J Balvin Speaks Out Against the Grammys: 'They Don't Value Us, But They Need Us'

J Balvin isn’t happy with the Grammys.

The 36-year-old superstar spoke out following the announcement of the 2021 Latin Grammys nominees on Tuesday (September 28), where he received three nominations.

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Latin Grammy Awards 2021 - See the Nominees List!

The 2021 Latin Grammy Awards nominations have been announced!

The Latin Recording Academy announced the nominees for the 22nd annual event on Tuesday (September 28).

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Latin Grammy Awards 2020 - See the Nominees List!

The 2020 Latin Grammys are upon us!

The annual award ceremony, formed to recognize outstanding achievement in the Latin music industry, airs on November 19 on the Univision network, and the nominees were just announced on Tuesday (September 29).

Three massive reggaetón stars – J Balvin, Bad Bunny and Ozuna — lead the way with the nominations.

J Balvin has the most, earning 13 nominations at this year’s event, and he is also nominated twice alone in the Record of the Year category for his song “Rojo,” as well as being featured on Anuel AA‘s “China.”

Bad Bunny follows with nine nominations, including two nominations in the Album of the Year and Best Urban Album categories for YHLQMDLG and Oasis with J Balvin.

Ozuna is nominated for eight awards, including Best Reggateon Performance, where he is nominated for both “Te soñé de nuevo” and “Si te vas” with Sech.

There are also two new categories: Best Reggaeton Performance and Best Rap/Hip-Hop Song. Check out the full nominees list at Grammy.com.

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