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Text: Cuba News 360 Letter
Cuban singer Camila Cabello will be named “Agent of Change” in the upcoming edition of Premios Juventud.
The award will be given “for his philanthropic work for the benefit of youth around the world,” according to the award’s official social media profiles.
For its part, the Univisión network, citing Premios Juventud’s statement, added that “the dedication and commitment to various causes” made the Cuban artist “a true source of inspiration for millions of people.”
“Camila has been an active force in various charities, leaving a significant mark on each of them,” the text reads.
This Is About Humanity, which provides humanitarian aid on both sides of the US-Mexico border, is one of Cabello’s projects that earned her the award.
In addition, according to the note, the artist’s other efforts with the Protect Our Children Foundation in collaboration with Lambda Legal and Equality Florida, as well as her commitment to the fight to protect LGBTQ+ students and their families from Florida, are noted. a law known as “Don’t Say Gay”.
“Her influence and talent to raise awareness about gender equality, the importance of early education and emergency response” were other skills that would be recognized by the Havana interpreter, which she put at the mercy of Save the Children.
Regarding the recognition, Camila Cabello told Billboard magazine that she feels very honored and “incredibly thrilled to receive this respected recognition. I can’t wait to meet you all on July 20 for an unforgettable show,” he said.
In addition to the Cuban artist, in this edition of Premios Juventud, other artists such as Shakira, Amaya Molina, Luna Aponte and Emmanuel Estuardo will be honored as agents of change at the gala concert to be held in San Juan, Puerto Rico next Thursday. July 20.
This year the singer participates in three nominations: “Best Pop Album” with her album “Familia”; “Pop Track of the Year” with Colombian Camilo for the song “Ambulancia”; and Artist of the Women’s Youth Award.
On the Cuban side, they also participate in this edition of the Gente de Zona awards as Favorite Band or Duo of the Year, as well as in the Tropical Mix category for “Soy Yo” along with Don Omar and Wisin.
Repeats Lenier Mesa’s nomination, now with Tekashi 6ix9ine, Ángel Dior and Bullin 47, in the Best Dembow Collaboration section for “Wapae”.
Finally, another representative of the island will be the singer Aimé Nuviola, nominated in the Tropical Mix category with the song “Pan para Yolanda”, which she performs with the Spanish band Melendi.