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Ozuna scoops 11 awards at the 2019 Billboard Latin Music Awards

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Puerto Rican artist Ozuna made history at the 2019 Billboard Latin Music Awards as the most warded artist in a single night, when he won eleven awards at the award ceremony.

Hosted on Thursday, 25 April 2019, in Las Vegas, Nevada, the 2019 Billboard Latin Awards were filled with iconic performances and firsts, but the biggest were the history-making wins by popular Puerto Rican recording artist Ozuna. He became the most awarded recording artist in one night at the Billboard Latin Music Awards, winning eleven awards throughout that night. He also walked away with the coveted  2018’s Billboard Latin Music Awards’ Artist of The Year award.

He had previously broken the record as the most nominated artist in one year, with twenty-three nominations across fifteen of the Billboard Latin Awards categories.

Most of his wins were for his debut album, Odisea, a sixteen-track raggaeton trap album that was released in August 2017. Other prominent wins from the album were for 2018 Latin Album Of The Year and 2018 Latin Rhythm Album Of The Year.

Ozuna also won the award for 2018’s Hot Latin Song of the Year and the Streaming Song Of The Year, both wins were for the single Te Boté, which was in collaboration with other artists like Casper Mágico, Nio García, Darell, Nicky Jam and Bad Bunny.

The second most awarded artist of the night was Ozuna’s collaborator Bad Bunny, who walked away with five awards from the ceremony, and he was closely followed by Nicky Jam, who walked away with four wins during the awards show.

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