Los40 Tunes Awards are a wrap.
The 2022 edition of the ceremony took position Friday (Nov. 4) live from the WiZink Heart in Madrid. The lover-voted awards, made by the Los40 radio station, ended up damaged into a few classes: Spain, Global and Global Latin.
The artists amid the leading nominees of the night time ended up Rosalía, who was up for very best album (Motomami) in the Spain classification and Bad Bunny, who was nominated in the World wide Latin classification for best album (Un Verano Sin Ti) and greatest song (“Titi Me Preguntó”). The global class was ruled by David Guetta thanks to “Crazy What Really like Can Do,” his collaboration with Becky Hill and Ella Henderson, and Adele who was up for very best album (30), very best track (“Easy On Me”) and very best new music movie (“Oh My God”).
Under, see Los40 Tunes Awards full checklist of winners.
Very best artist or team: Dani Fernández
Most effective new artist or team: Leo Rizzi
Finest album: Motomami by Rosalía
Best music: “Música Ligera” by Ana Mena
Most effective music video: “360” by Marc Seguí
Greatest artist or team in live performance: Lola Índigo
Ideal collaboration: “Formentera” by Aitana & Nicki Nicole
Greatest city artist or team: Maikel de la Calle
Best pageant, tour or live performance: Motomami World Tour by Rosalía
Artist ‘Del 40 al 1’: Chanel
Finest artist or group: Ava Max
Ideal new artist or group: Yungblud
Very best album: Harry’s House by Harry Kinds
Ideal track: “Enemy” by Imagine Dragons
Greatest new music video: “Maybe You are the Problem” by Ava Max
Finest artist or group in live performance: Dua Lipa
Greatest collaboration: “Crazy What Enjoy Can Do” by David Guetta, Becky Hill & Ella Henderson
Most effective dance artist or producer: David Guetta
Class: International LATIN
Ideal artist or group: Anitta
Best new artist or group: Tiago PZK
Very best album: Dharma by Sebastián Yatra
Most effective music: “La Bachata” by Manuel Turizo
Best songs video clip: “Te Felicito” by Shakira & Rauw Alejandro
Very best artist or group in live performance: María Becerra
Ideal collaboration: “París” by Morat & Duki
Finest urban artist or producer: Bizarrap
Finest festival, tour or live performance: De Adentro Pa Afuera Tour by Camilo
GOLDEN Tunes AWARDS