The label celebrated with an unforgettable after party
that brought together the biggest names in Latin music

From left to right: José María Barbat (President, Sony Music Iberia), Rosalía and Nir Seroussi (President, Sony Music US Latin) Photo courtesy of Arthur Lang

After a blockbuster show at the Latin GRAMMYs® highlighted by iconic winners and powerhouse musical performances, Sony Music Latin extended the celebration until the early hours of the morning with its sought-after official after party at the XS Nightclub in Las Vegas, Nevada. This year, Sony Music and its family of artists had many reasons to cheer as they took home the most Latin GRAMMY® Award wins.

The evening hosted a bevy of heavy hitters, including Alex Fernández, Ana Mena, Aterciopelados, Axel, Beatriz Luengo, Bomba Estéreo, C. Tangana, Camilo, Carlos Rivera, Carlos Vives, Cecy Leos, ChocQuibTown, Dante Spinetta, Debi Nova, Draco Rosa, Fito Páez, Fonseca, Kany García, La Sonora Santanera, Lali Espósito, Leiva, Lemarroy, Los Pericos, Lucas & The Woods, Luis Coronel, Maluma, Monsieur Periné, Mau Y Ricky, Nahuel Pennisi, Natalia LaFourcade, NoTeVaGustar, Pedro Capó, Pinto, Play-N-Skillz, Rancho Y Barrio, Raquel Sofía, Rosalía, Rozalén, Soledad Pastorutti, Vetusta Morla, and more.

The party touted a theme of female empowerment as part of Sony’s #LatinStrong initiative. The event highlighted prominent female artists who are redefining music and culture with their success stories. [For more information on #LatinStrong, visit]

Industry VIPs joined Latin Music’s hottest label for a night of unshakable beats from DJs Happy Colors and Victoria Van Dam. The event was sponsored by Sony/ATV Music Publishing, Sony Electronics, City National Bank and Red Bull.

The 19th annual Latin GRAMMY® Awards winners for Sony Music and its affiliated labels included Aterciopelados, Aymeé Nuviola (Top Stop), Carlos Sadness, Carlos Vives, Fito Páez, José Alberto El Canario & El Septeto Santiaguero (Los Canarios Music), Maluma, Manolo García (Perro Records), Natalia Lafourcade, Pedro Capó, Rosalia, Silvestre Dangond and Víctor Manuelle.

In addition, some of the night’s most memorable performances came when Carlos Vives & Monsieur Periné, Kany García, Marc Anthony, Will Smith & Bad Bunny, Natalia Lafourcade, Nicky Jam, Rosalía, Ozuna and Víctor Manuelle, all took the stage.

The 19th annual Latin GRAMMYs® were broadcast live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena on the Univision Network.

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