Colombian singer and songwriter Shakira will be privileged as the 2011 Latin Recording Academy being of the year, the Latin Grammy association has proclaimed. This compliment gala for the songstress will be held Nov. 9; it will be one day before the 12th annual awards show at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas.
Shakira, is nominated for three Grammy awards, as well as her album of the year, was chosen as the person of the year for her artistic attainment and charitable aid. Shakira said in her statement that “It is truly a respect to be in the corporation of some of the most artists and myths of Latin Music,” She is listed to be present at a dinner at Mandalay Bay where her music will be do by fellow performer and friends as they celebrate the honoree.
Shakira was previously showing her verbal jaw by meshing rock, as a child in Colombia, Latin and Mediterranean power in her music. She was already a recording artist of 90’s, but in 1996 her “Pies Descalzos” album complete the music industry take note that she twisted hits such as “EstoyAqui” and “Se Quiere
When she unrestricted the critically-highly praised “DondeEstan Los Ladrones,” and in 2000 “Shakira: MTV Unplugged” be paid the artist her first Grammy award for best Latin pop album. In 2000, she also received two Latin Grammy awards.
Shakira unconfined her first English-language album, “Laundry Service,” in 2001. The set was a huge success and begin her to total viewers.
Her album “Fijacíon Oral Vol. 1,” traited the popular single “La Tortura” in 2005, that album and the single earned her four Latin Grammy awards.
“La Tortura” has its place for the most weeks at No. 1 on the Hot Latin Songs chart, with an astounding 25 frames atop the 25-year old tally. Shakira got her number 1 position in Top Latin Albums chartf for five times and her album sales to date are at 9.9 millions.
Shakira is the youngest artist to get the person of the year admiration and unite a rota of other singers including Placido Domingo, Carlos Santana, Gloria Estefan, Gilberto Gil, Julio Iglesias and Ricky Martin. Gabriel Abaroa Jr., President/CEO of The Latin Recording Academy said that
“They are honored to pay homage to this lively, communally aware woman whose memorable vocation has touched so many people approximately the world, both musically and personally,”