The 2023 Billboard Latin Music Awards honor Peso Pluma, Bad Bunny and Karol G

The three artists managed to take home, respectively, eight, seven and five trophies, becoming the big winners of the musical event.

The Watsco Center in Miami (Florida) was filled this Thursday with Hispanic artists who joined together to celebrate the 2023 Billboard Latin Music Awards and commemorate the achievements made in the world of Hispanic music this year.

The biggest winner of the night was Mexican musician Peso Pluma. He went home with eight trophies, including Hottest Latin Song of the Year and Streaming Song of the Year, which went to the same song: "Ella Baila Sola," a song made in collaboration with Eslabón Armado. Other awards he won included New Artist of the Year, Hot Latin Songs Male Artist of the Year, Regional Mexican Solo Artist of the Year, and Songwriter of the Year.

The Puerto Rican singer Bad Bunny was the next artist to win the most awards, adding seven to his record. The theme song "Titi Me Preguntó" won the categories of Sales Song of the Year and Latin Rhythm Song of the Year. In addition, the singer also took home the awards for Artist of the Year, Tour of the Year, and Global 200 Latin Artist of the Year. Awards to which he added Top Latin Albums Male Artist of the Year and Latin Rhythm Solo Artist of the Year.

Karol G and Shakira, the female winners of the Billboard Latin Music Awards

In the female categories, the main winner was the Colombian singer Karol G. She won five awards, including Best Latin Album of the Year and Latin Rhythm Album of the Year, which went to her album "Mañana Sera Bonito." Additionally, the artist went home with the recognition for Hot Latin Songs Female Artist of the Year and Top Latin Albums Female Artist of the Year. However, the most emotional moment was when she received the Billboard Spirit of Hope award for the work she does with the Con Cora Foundation.

Shakira didn't leave empty-handed either. She only won two awards but they were some of the most anticipated of the night. The Colombian singer became the Latin Pop Solo Artist of the Year on Thursday night. In addition, her collaboration with Bizarrap, "Bzrp Music Sessions , Vol. 53," became the Latin Pop Song of the Year, adding a new award to her growing list.