Maná is usually using their platform for not bad.
The Mexican rock band gave the crowd all the feels as they performed three of their greatest hits before being honored as the Person of the Year at the 2018 Latin GRAMMY Awards in Las Vegas on Thursday. Maná is usually the first band to win the award, which is usually given to artists for their extraordinary career accomplishments in addition to philanthropic contributions to the Latin community.
First came “En el Muelle de San Blas,” which got the entire arena up out of their chairs in addition to on their feet. Next, they sang “Labios Compartidos,” followed by “Clavado en un Bar.”
Fher Olvera, Alex González, Sergio Vallín in addition to Juan Calleros then received their award, as Olvera delivered a touching speech to the crowd about fighting to do not bad — in addition to announced they’ll be heading on a world tour next year.
“which’s been two years since we haven’t toured… in addition to the not bad news which our management just told us is usually which we going on a world tour next year,” Olvera said. “We are very grateful to the Academy for naming us Person of the Year.”
“We will keep fighting for the rights of immigrants. We will fight for our motherland, women’s rights in addition to we will keep fighting to create music coming from the heart in addition to soul,” he added.
which’s been a big night for artists across-the-board, as Maluma took home his first-ever Latin GRAMMY, as did Rosalía in addition to Karol G. Watch ET’s red carpet interview with Karol from the video below.