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Broadcast Music, Inc. last night announced the songwriters and publishers of Latin music’s most-performed songs of the past year on U.S. radio and television at the 22nd annual BMI Latin Music Awards in Miami Beach.

Multiple Grammy award winner, multitalented producer, pianist and composer Sergio George received the BMI President’s Award in recognition of his influential role as one of Latin music’s most beloved pioneers.

To celebrate, Laritza Bacallao opened the night’s tribute performances with a touching rendition of “Si Te Contara,” which was followed by Salsa great Charlie Aponte, who performed the rhythmic “Sin Salsa No Hay Paraíso.” Oscar D’ Leon then gave a high-energy performance of “Lloraras” and was joined by Jose Alberto “El Canario” to close the show with a rousing performance of “Llego el Sabor.”

Finally, it was Marc Anthony and Carlos Vives that jumped on stage to complete the show!!

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Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI), un líder global de la administración de derechos, anunció anoche a los compositores y editoras de las canciones latinas más difundidas por la radio y televisión americana durante la 22a. entrega de Premios BMI a la Música Latina celebrada en el hotel Fontainebleau de Miami Beach, Fla.

El ganador de múltiples premios Grammy®, productor talentoso, pianista, y compositor Sergio George recibió el Premio BMI Presidencial en reconocimiento por ser uno de los pioneros de la música latina más influyente y querido en la industria. Para celebrar, los grandes artistas de la salsa Laritza Bacallao, Charlie Aponte, Oscar D’ Leon, y Jose Alberto “El Canario” les ofrecieron a los asistentes una actuación llena de energía.

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