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Osuna won a record 11 gong on the Billboard Latin Music Awards



Osuna now has the record for the most Latin music awards she won in a year (Picture: Getty Images)

If somebody kills at the moment his reggae artist Ozuna, and on the Billboard Latin Music Awards in 2019, the singer won a record 11 awards, most of which someone won in a year.

Apart from winning the Best Artist of the Year Award, Osuna received awards for hot Latin songs Artist of the Year (Male), the top Latin album of the year (male) and the Latin rhythm artist of the year.

You Bote, group with hacked groups, also featuring Bad Bunny, Casper Magico, Nio Garcia, Darrel and Nicky Jam won the song of the year and the streaming song of the year, while the debut album of the 27-year-old star Odyssey, won the album of the year.

Star worn for some prizes more than others (Picture: Invision)

But Osuna was not just there to take the prizes, as he also came out on stage to perform his biggest hits, Taki Taki, Baila, Baila, Baila and Te Robare, along with fellow nominees Tato Yenki and DJ Snake .

Cardi B, who appeared on Taki Taki's DJ Snake, with Selena Gomez and Ozuna, won the crossover artist of the year, but was not at the event to receive his award.

Bad Bunny also won a major Latin music prize, taking home a total of four awards, but was only written to become the second most successful performer of the night by Nicky Jam who won five.

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Apart from breaking the record, Osuna was recently named as 100 of the most influential people in the Time magazine of 2019 and was praised by legendary Latin music, Tady Yankee.

"He shows children that everything is possible – that they can become a global star if you work hard enough," wrote a 42-year-old singer.

"He is a big competitor, a good friend and he never hesitates to return to his community. Even though he has broken records, he has the spirit to be bigger."


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