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The current year's Grammy Awards will be a major night for J Balvin. Not exclusively is the reggaeton megastar is up for record of the year for his crush summer hit "I Like It" with Cardi B and Bad Bunny, but at the same time he's opening the show with an execution close by Camila Cabello, Ricky Martin, Young Thug and Arturo Sandoval.
While "I Like It" denotes Balvin's first Grammy assignment, he was the most-selected craftsman at the service's Latin form in November, where he brought home the honor for best urban music collection for his heartlessly inventive, trap-sprinkled collection Vibras.
Backstage at Universal Music Group's Grammys grandstand on Saturday (Feb. 9) - the prior night he'll take the Grammys arrange - Balvin paused for a minute to give Billboard a sneak look at what's gotten ready for his execution, what a success would intend to him and then some.
How can it feel to open the Grammys tomorrow - and would you be able to give us any subtleties on what you have arranged?
It's a huge open door for Latin culture to do the opening. At the present time it's the ideal minute for our way of life, that we're truly coming to comprehensively, regardless of the language. We've truly associated with individuals, and they're truly getting the vibes and getting the feelings. It's simply been stunning. I'm completing one a player in "Mi Gente." It's a concoction. It's Camila's show, and we're a piece of it.
With "I Like It," you're speaking to for the Latin culture in the Big Four classes. I'm not catching that's meaning to you?
I'm so thankful. The way that there's three Latinos on the melody - Bad Bunny, Cardi B and myself - and we achieved the Hot 100, it's extremely excellent. Particularly with a tune that resembles, 80 percent Spanish, where the main thing that was in English was Cardi B's stanza, it's extremely wonderful how individuals truly interface with what we're doing, despite the fact that they don't have a clue what we're stating. They're simply feeling the vibe.
What's experiencing your mind going into the Grammys?
I've generally had enormous dreams. Life has excellent amazements, and you never know. I'm going [to the Grammys] as a fan. I simply need to work superbly in the show, and in the opening, and after that see what's up. I'll continue making music to make my fans feel upbeat. That is the reason I appreciate this procedure.
Fans are going insane over a photograph you posted with Maluma on Instagram. Would we be able to expect a joint effort soon?
Better believe it, totally. He's been doing stunning, and he's from the place where I grew up - we're both from Medellín, Colombia, so we're prepared. It was simply an issue of time. We have to make the best tune, so unquestionably indeed, we are.
Ultimately, you just propelled another Vibras case gathering with Guess, where you're the brand's first male Latino lead. What's it been similar to see the venture woken up?
I'm overly thankful and upbeat. The way that I'm the primary man lead, in addition to I'm Latino, it has a huge effect and an extraordinary explanation. I cherish workmanship, and discovering approaches to communicate, and style is one of them. So I'm genuinely appreciative for Paul Maricano, who truly put stock in me. It's propelled by Vibras, my collection - I needed to share distinctive hues, so when individuals take a gander at it, they think, "I feel glad."
"Every year we present these craftsmen in the most true way imaginable," Universal Music Group CEO Lucian Grainge told visitors toward the beginning of the mark's 6th yearly Grammys grandstand on Saturday (Feb. 9). "No channel, no MC, no long talks." He was consistent with his pledge: UMG A-listers from Ella Mai to J Balvin made that big appearance at the downtown Los Angeles lunch meeting, giving a relentless course of exhibitions that included numerous Grammy-designated hits.
Mai kicked things off with a hot execution of her humming single "Shot Clock," before propelling into - what else? - "Boo'd Up," her achievement hit that is up for both melody of the year and best R&B tune at the current year's service. YG burst in to upset the sentiment with an execution of his 2016 dissent track "FDT (Fuck Donald Trump)," sans teammate Nipsey Hussle. "Life is tied in with making proclamations, so I felt like we needed to do that today," the rapper clarified, however 2 Chainz, joining the phase for an interpretation of his 2012 hit "I'm Different," had an alternate adaptation of the story: "He was truly worrying about doing that 'fuck Donald Trump' poo."
Up next, nation trio Midland played out their whimsical hit "Drinkin' Problem," assigned for best nation pair/amass execution, while Lil Baby offered a fast interpretation of his Drake joint effort "Yes Indeed" - this to a group that incorporated any semblance of love birds Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra, Jessie Reyez and Maggie Rogers.
It was a notable day for K-pop four-piece BLACKPINK, who made their U.S. execution debut at the lunch get-together. Swaggering in front of an audience in their run of the mill v-development, individuals Jisoo, Jennie, Lisa and Rosé brought Clueless-motivated looks and hypnotizing movement to their snare imbued pop banger "DDU-DU DDU-DU," which turned into the most astounding graphing hit ever by a K-pop young lady amass on the Billboard Hot 100 when it appeared at No. 55 in June 2018. The gathering additionally performed electro-pop vibe "Perpetually Young," washing their hips with extremely sharp synchronicity before drifting offstage.
The feature wouldn't be finished without the name's Latin jewel Balvin, who will open the Grammy service close by Camila Cabello and whose crush reggaeton cooperation "I Like It" with Bad Bunny and Cardi B is up for record of the year. Hopping in front of an audience in an all-white Louis Vuitton tracksuit, his consistently changing hair blanched blonde this time, the Colombian megastar by one way or another gave enough vitality to keep visitors on their feet even through the missing Cardi and Bad Bunny's refrains. He finished off his stage time with his beast Willy William group up "Mi Gente," to which the group reacted with an overwhelming applause. "At the present time it's the ideal minute for our way of life, that we're truly coming to all around, regardless of the language," Balvin disclosed to Billboard backstage. "We've truly associated with individuals, and they're truly getting the vibes and getting the feelings."
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