Eduardo Cabra Wins Producer Of The Year 18th Latin GRAMMYs

first_img Cnco & More: Latest Latin GRAMMY Performers Rubén Blades Album Of The Year | Acceptance Speech Eduardo Cabra Wins Producer Of The Year | 18th Latin GRAMMYs Alejandro Sanz: Person Of The Year Highlights Alejandro Sanz: Person Of The Year Highlights JuanesPhoto: Lester Cohen/Getty Images Vicente García Wins Best New Artist Latin GRAMMY Luis Fonsi: “Despacito” Wins Record Of The Year Cnco & More: Latest Latin GRAMMY Performers Mon Laferte Wins Best Alternative Song Luis FonsiPhoto: Davide Becker/WireImage.com Watch Eduardo Cabra Accept Producer Of The Year Vicente García Wins Best Singer-Songwriter Album Luis Fonsi, “Despacito” Wins Song Of The Year Flor De Toloache | Best Ranchero/Mariachi Album Rubén BladesPhoto: David Becker/Getty Images Rubén Blades Wins Album Of The Year Latin GRAMMY Vicente García Best New Artist | Acceptance Speech Rubén Blades Wins Album Of The Year Latin GRAMMY Ruben BladesPhoto: Maury Philips/Getty Images Alejandro Sanz: Person Of The Year Highlights Alejandro Sanz: Person Of The Year Highlights 2017 Latin GRAMMYs: What Happened And Who Won Big? Natalia Lafourcade, winner of Best Folk Album for Musas (Un Homenaje Al Folclore Latinoamericano En Manos De Los Macorinos, Vol. 1) and Best Long Form Music Video for Musas, El Documental — Natalia LafourcadePhoto: David Becker/Getty Images Photo: Rich Polk/Getty Images MalumaPhoto: Kevin Winter/Getty Images “Wow. Today is a crazy day. Today my son has a birthday, and this is happening, you know [it’s] a very special day. I want to show my gratitude towards the technicians, to all the musicians with whom I’ve shared the stage with [and] with whom I’ve shared the studio with — the one who picks up a cable to the one who is sitting next to the console. All of those people are teachers. One is constantly learning from all of the people that affect you being onstage or [in] the recording studio. They are all teachers — really, thank you very much for your education, teachings, and your tales. In addition, I want to thank the Academy. Really, this is super neat that this is happening … thank you. And thank you to the projects [on] which I collaborated this year. They were incredible projects, incredible foundations. We had a blast in the studio. I think that’s what it’s all about: have fun, have a good time. I had a blast during those five jobs. Thanks to Joan. Thanks to Wendell for all of the hours we spent together in the studio. [I’m] truly thankful. Take care.” — Eduardo CabraThe win marks Cabra’s 23rd Latin GRAMMY of his career.  It is the second time he’s won this category. He previously won as a member of Calle 13 at the 12th Latin GRAMMY Awards in 2011.Cabra (Visitante) produced Vicente García’s A La Mar, La Vida Bohéme’s La Lucha and Silvina Moreno’s Sofá, among other work this past year.Previous winners for Producer Of The Year include Sebastian Krys, Juan Luis Guerra, Sergio George, and Rafael Aracute. The other nominees in the category this year were Eduardo Bergallo, Moogie Canazio, Hamilton De Holanda, Marcos Portinari, Daniel Santiago, and Armando Manzanero. Eduardo Cabra Wins Latin Producer Of The Year Luis Fonsi and Bomba Estéreo’s Li SaumetPhoto: Kevin Winter/Getty Images Alejandro Sanz’s Indelible Contributions To Music Alejandro Sanz’s Indelible Contributions To Music Flor De Toloache | Best Ranchero/Mariachi Album See The Full List Of 2017 Latin GRAMMY Winners See Stars On The 18th Latin GRAMMYs Red Carpet Vicente GarcíaPhoto: Kevin Winter/Getty Images Watch Mon Laferte Win First Career Latin GRAMMY Email Residente Wins Best Urban Music Album Latin GRAMMY Rubén Blades On Best Salsa Album Win Ruben BladesPhoto: Maury Philips/Getty Images NETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO Nov 17, 2017 – 11:42 am Watch Eduardo Cabra Accept Producer Of The Year Natalia Lafourcade Wins Folk Album Latin GRAMMY Luis FonsiPhoto: Davide Becker/WireImage.com Justin Bieber Wins First Career Latin GRAMMY See Stars On The 18th Latin GRAMMYs Red Carpet Vicente GarcíaPhoto: John Parra/Getty Images Latin Greats Receive Their Special Awards Mon Laferte Wins Best Alternative Song Natalia Lafourcade, winner of Best Folk Album for Musas (Un Homenaje Al Folclore Latinoamericano En Manos De Los Macorinos, Vol. 1) and Best Long Form Music Video for Musas, El Documental — Natalia LafourcadePhoto: David Becker/Getty Images Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images ResidentePhoto: Kevin Winter/WireImage.com Justin Bieber Wins First Career Latin GRAMMY Rubén Blades Album Of The Year | Acceptance Speech “Despacito” Wins Song Of The Year Photo: Juan Naharro Gimenez/Getty Images Luis Fonsi: “Despacito” Wins Record Of The Year Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images “Despacito” Wins Latin Record Of The Year MalumaPhoto: Kevin Winter/Getty Images Rubén Blades On Best Salsa Album Win Los Del RíoPhoto: David Becker/WireImage.com Natalia Lafourcade Best Folk Album | Acceptance ResidentePhoto: Bryan Steffy/WireImage.com Vicente García | Best Singer-Songwriter Album Luis FonsiPhoto: Rodrigo Varela/Getty Images Natalia Lafourcade Best Folk Album | Acceptance Los Del RíoPhoto: David Becker/WireImage.com Eduardo Cabra Wins Latin Producer Of The Year Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images See The Full List Of 2017 Latin GRAMMY Winners Rubén Blades Wins Best Salsa Album Latin GRAMMY Flor De Toloache | Best Ranchero/Mariachi Album Luis Fonsi and Bomba Estéreo’s Li SaumetPhoto: Kevin Winter/Getty Images Alejandro Sanz: Person Of The Year Highlights Alejandro SanzPhoto: JB Lacroix/WireImage.com Residente Wins Best Urban Song MalumaPhoto: Kevin Winter/Getty Images Mon Laferte Wins Best Alternative Song Vicente García Wins Best Singer-Songwriter Album Vicente García Best New Artist | Acceptance Speech 2017 Latin GRAMMYs: What Happened And Who Won Big? Luis Fonsi, “Despacito” Wins Song Of The Year Read more Learn more about the Puerto Rican’s win at the 18th Latin GRAMMY AwardsTim McPhateGRAMMYs Nov 16, 2017 – 3:11 pm Puerto Rican Eduardo Cabra (Calle 13) won Producer Of The Year at the 18th Latin GRAMMY Awards. 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Natalia Lafourcade Wins Folk Album Latin GRAMMY Watch Mon Laferte Win First Career Latin GRAMMY Residente Wins Best Urban Music Album Latin GRAMMY CncoPhoto: Aaron Davidson/Getty Images 2017 Latin Special Awards Honors Living Legends Vicente García Wins Best New Artist Latin GRAMMY Erika EnderPhoto: Bryan Steffy/Getty Images Vicente García Wins Best Singer-Songwriter Album News Rubén Blades On Best Salsa Album Win Los Del RíoPhoto: David Becker/WireImage.com Natalia Lafourcade Best Folk Album | Acceptance Erika EnderPhoto: Bryan Steffy/Getty Images “Despacito” Wins Song Of The Year Residente Wins Best Urban Music Album Latin GRAMMY CncoPhoto: Aaron Davidson/Getty Images ResidentePhoto: Bryan Steffy/WireImage.com Rubén Blades Wins Album Of The Year Latin GRAMMY 2017 Latin GRAMMYs: What Happened And Who Won Big? Luis Fonsi, “Despacito” Wins Song Of The Year Eduardo Cabra Wins Latin Producer Of The Year eduardo-cabra-wins-producer-year-18th-latin-grammys Photo: Juan Naharro Gimenez/Getty Images Vicente García | Best Singer-Songwriter Album ResidentePhoto: Kevin Winter/WireImage.com Luis FonsiPhoto: Rodrigo Varela/Getty Images JuanesPhoto: Lester Cohen/Getty Images JuanesPhoto: Lester Cohen/Getty Images Juanes Wins Best Pop/Rock Album Latin GRAMMY More 18th Latin GRAMMY Awards Rubén BladesPhoto: David Becker/Getty Images Vicente GarcíaPhoto: Kevin Winter/Getty Images Alejandro SanzPhoto: JB Lacroix/WireImage.com Photo: Bryan Steffy/Getty Images Natalia LafourcadePhoto: Michael Tran/FilmMagic Photo: Bryan Steffy/Getty Images Photo: Bryan Steffy/Getty Images ResidentePhoto: Kevin Winter/WireImage.com Luis Fonsi and Bomba Estéreo’s Li SaumetPhoto: Kevin Winter/Getty Images Vicente GarcíaPhoto: Kevin Winter/Getty Images Photo: John Shearer/WireImage.com Justin Bieber Wins First Career Latin GRAMMY Photo: Juan Naharro Gimenez/Getty Images Natalia Lafourcade Wins Folk Album Latin GRAMMY Rubén Blades Wins Best Salsa Album Latin GRAMMY Watch Eduardo Cabra Accept Producer Of The Year Juanes Wins Best Pop/Rock Album Latin GRAMMY Juanes Wins Best Pop/Rock Album Latin GRAMMY See The Full List Of 2017 Latin GRAMMY Winners Rubén Blades Album Of The Year | Acceptance Speech Ruben BladesPhoto: Maury Philips/Getty Images Erika EnderPhoto: Bryan Steffy/Getty Images Natalia LafourcadePhoto: Michael Tran/FilmMagic Twitter Alejandro Sanz: Person Of The Year Highlights Natalia Lafourcade, winner of Best Folk Album for Musas (Un Homenaje Al Folclore Latinoamericano En Manos De Los Macorinos, Vol. 1) and Best Long Form Music Video for Musas, El Documental — Natalia LafourcadePhoto: David Becker/Getty Images 2017 Latin Special Awards Honors Living Legends ResidentePhoto: Bryan Steffy/WireImage.com Residente Wins Best Urban Songlast_img read more

Last chance to get 3 months of Mint Mobile service for 20

first_img Phones Share your voice The Cheapskate Super Bowl 2019 12 awesome cheap phones you can buy right now Mint’s deal is pretty excellent if you’re looking to test-drive a new carrier. Mint Mobile Chunky-style milk, anyone?In case you missed it, that was the cornerstone of Mint Mobile’s Super Bowl ad earlier this month — arguably one of the few entertaining things about that horrifically dull game.Me, I’ll stick with almond milk, thank you very much. But Mint’s latest trial offer — which ends tonight, Feb. 28, at midnight — is pretty darn good: Three months of service for $20. That’s $20 all-in, by the way, not $20 per month. See it at Mint MobileIf that sounds familiar, well, the low-cost-if-you-prepay carrier has been running a similar deal for the last couple months. But the difference here is that you get a bigger chunk of 4G LTE (aka high-speed) data: 8GB per month, a substantial jump from the previous 5GB.After that, you can continue with this 8GB plan for three, six or 12 months, paying a total of $105, $150 or $240, respectively. Mint also has 3GB and 12GB prepaid plans. Assuming you can afford these upfront options, these are some of the lowest prices around. To use Mint, you need an unlocked phone that supports GSM carrier bands. Ostensibly, that’s AT&T and T-Mobile, but many newer phones, such as the 2018 iPhone models, should work even if they were originally sold on Sprint and Verizon plans. Although I haven’t used the service myself, I’ve written about it many times, and I’d say the vast majority of readers have been extremely happy with it. (Your mileage may vary, of course.)Oh, and speaking of which: Mint uses the T-Mobile network. So if that offers good coverage in your area, so will Mint — but if it doesn’t, then you’ll probably want to look at other options.I know that many of you are still with one of the Big Four carriers — and almost certainly paying much higher rates. I’m not saying Mint should be your new provider, merely that for $20, you get a full three months to test the waters.Your thoughts? Comments 14 Photoscenter_img Originally published on Feb. 4, 2019.Update, Feb. 28: Added deal-expiration information.CNET’s Cheapskate scours the web for great deals on PCs, phones, gadgets and much more. Note that CNET may get a share of revenue from the sale of the products featured on this page. Questions about the Cheapskate blog? Find the answers on our FAQ page. Find more great buys on the CNET Deals page and follow the Cheapskate on Facebook and Twitter! 11 Tags Best laptops for college students: We’ve got an affordable laptop for every student. Best live TV streaming services: Ditch your cable company but keep the live channels and DVR. T-Mobilelast_img read more

ESPN employees gear up for a notsohappy Thanksgiving as firm set to

first_img ESPN layoffs see 100 employees face cuts Close As the United States celebrates Thanksgiving today, November 23, it looks like several ESPN employees will have little to give thanks for. The US-based global cable and satellite sports television channel is set to lay off about 100 staffers between Thanksgiving and Christmas reportedly due to budget constraints.A lot of these job cuts are said to be from the television division, including producers, executives, and digital and technology employees and staffers of the SportsCenter franchise are also likely to bear the brunt of the move, reported Sports Illustrated.With this round of layoffs, ESPN is likely to slash an estimated amount of $80 million in salaries and other expenses. Speaking of the planned layoffs, a source told Sporting News: “ESPN is dealing with three simple math problems. They have fewer subscribers than they planned for. They have higher costs than they planned for. They have lower ratings than they hoped for.”ESPN’s budget is said to have been impacted by the increasing costs of event rights as well as the advent of online streaming services, due to which it has also lost several customers.Another source also told the site that many ESPN employees are worried about the reported layoffs and have already been sending resumes to competitors. “The narrative from many long-timers still there is: ‘I know my day is coming. It’s not if. It’s when.'”While these layoffs have been a hot topic for discussion for a while now, with employees said to be feeling “queasy,” about the job cuts, ESPN is yet to comment on any of these reports.Even though the network remains one of the most preferred firms for job seekers in the field of sports and has also been hiring several employees, ESPN also seems to be cutting jobs on a regular basis. In April, the television channel laid off about 100 employees, which included about 10 percent of its on-air staffers and writers. A not-so-happy Thanksgiving for employees as ESPN gears up to cut about 100 jobsReutersExplaining its stand ESPN had then said: “A necessary component of managing change involves constantly evaluating how we best utilize all of our resources, and that sometimes involves difficult decisions.”Additionally, in October 2015, ESPN cut about 300 jobs, which included employees that had been with the channel for several years, and helped build the brand with all their hearts. At the time, ESPN president John Skipper had written to the firm’s employees and said that the job cuts was a part of “a number of organizational changes at ESPN to better support our future goals.””I realize this process will be difficult – for everyone – but we believe the steps we are taking will ultimately create important competitive advantages for our business over the long term. I sincerely appreciate your professionalism and continued support as we move forward to ensure the continued success of ESPN and assure sports fans everywhere the best is yet to come,” Skipper added.last_img read more

CCIC promotes Indian craft

first_imgIn an endeavour to promote Indian handicrafts and the spirit of craftsmanship, Central Cottage Industries Corporation (CCIC) has organised an exhibition cum sale titled ‘Sculpted Renditions’ – of an exquisite collection of sculptures and artefacts in its showroom at Janpath, New Delhi.The exhibition will be open to view from 10 am till 7 pm every day until September 16.One can browse through some of the finest masterpieces of traditional Indian dexterity. The exhibition showcases a vast collection of statuettes, figurines, and replicas of our ancient mythological deities with intricate works in stones, bronze, and wood craft. A Special display of ‘Lord Ganesha’ has also been put on the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe ongoing exhibition is an initiative by CCIC in order to promote Indian crafts, encourage the craftspersons and to present their creations with a view to increase the awareness about handmade sculptures and artefacts to a wider audience.Central Cottage Industries Corporation of India Ltd. (CCIC), a public sector undertaking under the Ministry of Textiles is engaged in the promotion and retail marketing of best of authentic Indian Handloom and Handicraft products through its showrooms in New Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Chennai, Kolkata Hyderabad, Patna, and Varanasi.CCIC sources its merchandise directly from, weavers, master weavers, craftsperson, Shilpgurus, National Awardees, and Clusters. CCIC is dedicated to the development of Indian crafts and craft person, providing a unique platform for showcasing their art.last_img read more