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Top Latin Music Artists To Perform at Premio Lo Nuestro

By February 20, 2013

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If you are into mainstream music, the 25th edition of Premio Lo Nuestro looks promising. Some of the most popular Latin music artists in the world will be taking the stage of this exciting event this Thursday, February 21 at the American Airlines Arena in Miami. Superstars like Ricky Martin, Thalia, Pitbull, Carlos Vives, La Arrolladora Banda El Limon and Juan Luis Guerra are just some of the names included in this year's lineup of performers.

The 25th anniversary of the awards organized by the Spanish-language network Univision includes exciting duets. The most anticipated one will pair up former Menudo members Ricky Martin and Draco Rosa. The two Puerto Rican stars will sing "Mas Y Mas," one of the tracks included in Draco Rosa's upcoming album Vida. Similarly, Latin Pop diva Thalia will share the stage with Bachata artist Prince Royce.

Vallenato superstar Carlos Vives will mark another memorable comeback at Premio Lo Nuestro. After 10 years away from TV appearances in the US, the Colombian artist will sing "Volvi A Nacer," the first single released from his upcoming album Corazon Profundo.

The 2013 Premio Lo Nuestro awards will also pay tribute to the career and music of the Spanish singer Alejandro Sanz who will be honored with this year's Excellence Award. Likewise, the award ceremony will feature different acts honoring the memory of Mexican music diva Jenni Rivera including an exclusive performance by her brother Lupillo Rivera.

The show will be hosted by Mexican artists Ninel Conde and Pedro Fernandez, and includes additional performances by Jesse & Joy, Shaila Durcal, America Sierra, Olga Taņon, Romeo Santos, Gerardo Ortiz and 3BallMTY. Premio Lo Nuestro will air tomorrow on Univision at 8:00 PM ET/PT (7:00 PM CT).

Related Content:
2013 Premio Lo Nuestro - List of nominees
Ricky Martin and Draco Rosa meet again
Romeo Santos - 'Formula Vol. 1'
Prince Royce - 'Phase II'
Top songs by Jenni Rivera

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