Between her wins and her nominations, Rosalía's brand of music — blending the traditional sounds of flamenco and classical music with mainstream sounds such as pop, reggaeton and trap — is hitting a chord with music fans and critics.
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In April, Rosalía spoke to NBC News about her distinctive musical style.
"I have no prejudices or think that one music is better than another. Flamenco is my great passion, but I also love to experiment in the studio, explore with the sounds, so it is natural and organic," she said. "Urban music is part of my references, as well as classical music [and] other kinds of music from my country and even Jamaican music."
In the Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album category, Rosalía's competitors could not be more different from each other.
Pop star Camila Cabello and Dominican-Trinidadian rapper Cardi B are among the Latinos who received Grammy nominations as well as Canadian singer-songwriter Jessie Reyez, who is of Colombian descent, Puerto Ricans Marc Anthony and Luis Fonsi, in addition to the Mexican acoustic guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela and many others.