Billboard Mujeres Latinas en la Música to Feature Performances by Ana Gabriel, Emilia, Evaluna, Goyo & Thalia
An incredible lineup of talented Latin female artists, including Ana Gabriel, Emilia, Evaluna, Goyo, and Thalía, will take the stage for a special event celebrating “Mujeres Latinas en la Música” (Latin Women in Music). The event, which is hosted by the Latin Recording Academy and its charitable foundation, MusiCares, aims to recognize and honor the achievements of Latin female musicians and their contributions to the industry. The highly anticipated show is scheduled for May 4th and will be streamed live on the Latin GRAMMYs’ official Facebook page.
This one-of-a-kind celebration will feature captivating performances by the star-studded lineup, showcasing their diverse talents and musical styles. From the powerful ballads of veteran singer Ana Gabriel to the modern pop stylings of Emilia and Evaluna, the event promises to be an unforgettable showcase of Latin female talent. Goyo, a member of the Colombian group ChocQuibTown, and the iconic Mexican singer Thalía will also grace the stage, further highlighting the incredible range and depth of Latin female artists in the music industry.
The “Mujeres Latinas en la Música” event aims to bring attention to the critical role that women play in the Latin music world, and it also serves as a fundraising initiative for MusiCares. The organization provides a wide range of support for musicians, including financial assistance, addiction recovery resources, and educational workshops. By celebrating the achievements of Latin female artists, this event not only acknowledges their impact on the industry but also helps to support the broader music community.
As fans eagerly anticipate the “Mujeres Latinas en la Música” celebration, the spotlight is firmly placed on the incredible talents of Ana Gabriel, Emilia, Evaluna, Goyo, and Thalía. Their performances on May 4th will undoubtedly be a testament to the power and influence of Latin female artists, inspiring the next generation of musicians to continue breaking barriers and shaping the future of Latin music.