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Paulina Rubio, Tini, El Alfa & More to Perform at Premio Lo Nuestro 2023

The first round of performers has been announced today (Feb. 7) for this year’s Premio Lo Nuestro. Paulina Rubio, Christian Nodal, El Alfa, Tini, Prince Royce, Sebastián Yatra, among others, will be hitting the stage later this month.

Sebastián Yatra is the most-nominated artist this year with 10 nominations. He will also be co-hosting Premio Lo Nuestro with Paulina Rubio, Alejandra Espinoza, and Adrián Uribe. The Colombian singer-songwriter has been teasing his upcoming single “Un Noche Sin Pensar,” which he will perform live for the first time at the event. Rubio will also hit the stage to sing a new song.

Regional Mexican music will be well represented this year at the award show. As Remezcla exclusively revealed, Intocable, who will be honored with the Premio Lo Nuestro a la Excelencia Award, will be hitting the stage as well. Pedro Infante’s granddaughter, Lupita Infante, rounds out the performers in the regional Mexican music genre. Moreover, Nodal will be performing two songs. He will sing his upcoming single “Cumbión Dolido” for the first time, and Argentine pop star Tini will join him onstage to sing “Por El Resto De Tu Vida.” La Adictiva, who have three nominations this year, will also be performing. 

Dominican-American pop star Prince Royce will be performing at the event as well, set to sing a new song live for the first time. It will most likely be his upcoming duet with dembow icon El Alfa. El Alfa is also confirmed to be performing. 

Mexican pop star Gloria Trevi will be hitting the stage to sing her ballad “Ensayando Como Pedirte Perdó.” This will mark Trevi’s first public appearance since the lawsuit filed against her and Sergio Andrade, which resurfaced the sex ring claims from the ‘90s. She has called the claims in the lawsuit filed in Los Angeles “false.” 

Bad Bunny, Camilo, Becky G, and Grupo Firme are among the most-nominated artists, with nine nominations each. Premio Lo Nuestro will air live from Miami, FL, on Feb. 23 on Univision.