Sony Music Artists shine at Premios Juventud 2014

The record label scored the most awards of the night Camila, Carlos Vives, ChocQuibTown, Gerardo Ortiz, Maluma, Natalia Jimenez, Prince Royce, Romeo Santos and Wisin represented the label with outstanding performances on stage Sonus and Oscarcito lit up the red carpet with their presentations on "Noche de Estrellas"
(PR NewsChannel) / July 18, 2014 / MIAMI 

Sony Music LatinSony Music Latin and its affiliated artists have won big at Premios Juventud 2014, broadcasted live by Univision Network from BankUnited Center at the University of Miami in the city of Coral Gables, Florida.

“We would like to congratulate our artists for elevating the music industry. They conquered these well-deserved awards, and tonight, we are all winners,” said Nir Seroussi, President of Sony Music US Latin.

Sony Music Latin dominated the music categories, with its artists scoring 11 new awards for the record label. The awards reflect the artist’s popularity among Latin youth, who voted for their favorite performers online via social media.

The artists did more than give acceptance speeches at the podium, they also displayed their talents and stage presence with incredible performances throughout the evening. The twelfth edition of Premios Juventud began with the “Noche de Estrellas” on the red carpet, where Sonus set the pace for the rest of the evening. The three brothers gave an impressive performance, singing a Spanglish version of “Me Gustas Así” / “She Likes It Like That.” From there, Venezuelan singer/songwriter Oscarcito lit up the entrance of the arena with his latest single, “Tumbayé.” Both performances served as entry to the grand spectacle that would later occur in the main room of the arena. 

Inside the arena, other Sony Music Latin artists and its affiliate labels excelled on stage and were received with cheers and applause for their performances throughout the evening.

  • Camila filled the stage of romanticism with their presentation of “Decidiste Dejarme” as the audience lit up the arena with flashing lights.
  • Maluma ignited the stage with his hot single, “La Temperatura.”
  • Californian Becky G sang her new single “Shower”, which she performed in Spanglish.
  • Bachata was well represented by two greats of the genre. Prince Royce performed an emotional rendition of “Soy El Mismo”. Romeo Santos, the biggest winner of the night, illicited screams from the female audience members with “Eres Mía”, the third single from his latest album Formula Vol. 2. 
  • Wisin surprised the audience with a hi-tech performance of “Adrenalina”, using holograms to beam Ricky Martin and Jennifer López onstage. 
  • Natalia Jiménez conquered the stage with her inspiring new hit single, “Creo En Mi.
  • Pitbull performed a bilingual medley and received a special award Ídolo de la Juventud (Youth Idol), a prize given for his professional and humanitarian work.
  • Mexican music was represented by Gerardo Ortiz, who sang “Y Me Besa” and “Quien Se Anima”, which has maintained the #1 spot in the Regional Mexican Song category for five consecutive weeks. Meanwhile, Luis Coronel delighted everyone with “Tenerte”, which has been well-received in both the U.S. and Mexico.
  • Chiquis Rivera made her musical debut on international television with her performance of “Esa No Soy Yo.”
  • Carlos Vives and hip-hop group ChocQuibTown injected the evening with their Afro-Colombian flair, performing  “El Mar De Sus Ojos.”

Sony Music Latin winners are:


Lo Toco Todo (I Play It All)

  • “Fórmula, Vol. 2” – Romeo Santos

Voz del Momento (Voice Of The Moment)

  • Romeo Santos

La Más Pegajosa (Best Single)

  • “Propuesta Indecente” – Romeo Santos

Mi Vídeo Favorito (Favorite Video)

  • “Propuesta Indecente” – Romeo Santos

El Súper Tour (Best Tour)

  • “Vivir Mi Vida Tour” – Marc Anthony

Favorite Hit

  • “Can’t Remember To Forget You” – Shakira (RCA)

Mi Ringtone (Best Ringtone)

  • “Vivir Mi Vida” – Marc Anthony

Mi Artista Tropical (Best Tropical Artist)

  • Romeo Santos

Mi Artista Regional Mexicano (Best Regional Mexican Artist)

  • Gerardo Ortiz (DEL)

Mi Artista Urbano (Best Urban Artist)

  • Pitbull (Mr. 305/RCA)


Síganme Los Buenos (Social Media Award)

  • Prince Royce

About Sony Music US Latin: Sony Music US Latin, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sony Music Entertainment, is the leading Latin music company overseeing the U.S. and Puerto Rico and home to the most prolific artists in the Latin genre. 

About Sony Music Entertainment: Sony Music Entertainment is a global recorded music company with a current roster that includes a broad array of both local artists and international superstars. The company boasts a vast catalog that comprises some of the most important recordings in history. It is home to premier record labels representing music from every genre, including Arista Nashville, Beach Street, Bystorm Entertainment, Columbia Nashville, Columbia Records, Day 1, Descendant Records, Epic Records, Essential Records, Essential Worship, Fo Yo Soul Recordings, Kemosabe Records, Legacy Recordings, MASTERWORKS, Polo Grounds, RCA Inspiration, RCA Nashville, RCA Records, Reunion Records, Sony Classical, Sony Music Latin, Star Time International, Syco Music, Vested in Culture and Volcano. Sony Music Entertainment is a wholly owned subsidiary of Sony Corporation of America. 

For more information:
Kary-An Díaz | Sr. Manager, Press & Publicity
Sony Music Entertainment – US Latin

Glenn Selig
The Publicity Agency
(813) 708-1220  or mobile (813) 300-5454

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SOURCE:  SONY Music Latin

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