Romeo Santos, Enrique Iglesias And More Contend For Latin Songwriters Hall Of Fame


Romeo Santos and Enrique Iglesias are among 24 prominent artists nominated for the 2017 Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame.

The “King of Bachata” holds it down for the Dominican Republic, while the “King of Latin Pop” represents for Spain as they contend with the likes of reggaeton elite Ivy Queen, famed producer Armando Avila and the first Panamanian woman to take home a Latin Grammy, Erika Ender.

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Only six candidates will surpass the fierce competition to earn a spot in the coveted induction ceremony at the La Musa Awards in October, Billboard reports. “This year’s La Musa Awards and inductees will be a star-studded event gleaming with some of the most notable Latin music icons of all time,” said LSHOF founders Desmond Child and Rudy Pérez in a joint statement.

Before winners are announced in April, fans can cast votes by March 3 to ensure their favorite nominees get an upper hand. Check out the full list of nominees here.

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