No #LatinGrammy Moment Was As Important As This One


The 2015 Latin Grammys in Las Vegas was filled with high honors and jubilance. The lavish fête was illuminated with some of music’s most successful and beloved. Thursday night (Nov. 19) kicked off with Colombia’s J Balvin and Puerto Rican MC Farruko’s remix of DJ Snake and Major Lazor’s “Lean On,” and segued into an electrifying celebration of Latino artistry.
 The MGM Grand was host to some pretty unforgettable moments in Latin Grammy history, from J Balvin’s first Golden Gramophone to Bomba Estereo and Will Smith’s momentous “Fiesta” spectacle.

Even Jada Pinkett’s translucent getup was a buzzworthy moment. The 44-year-old actress really is one helluva MILF. 

But then the unexpected happened and it was dope af. Maná and Los Tigres del Norte raised a gigantic sign that read “Latinos United, Don’t Vote For Racists.” And we was all like…

What a time to be alive.

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