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Camilo Valencia, Richard Bravo And Alex Sino Achieved Double Victory At The 24th Annual Latin Grammy Awards With 'Made In Miami'

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In a remarkable achievement at 24th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards in Sevilla, the critically acclaimed album Camilo Valencia, Richard Bravo—Made In Miami produced by Camilo Valencia, Richard Bravo and Alex Sino secured two Latin Grammy Awards: Best Instrumental Album and Best Arrangement for “Songo Bop" featuring Milton Salcedo.

This double win underscores the exceptional artistry and innovation encapsulated in"Made In Miami." The album, a vibrant celebration of Miami's musical diversity, seamlessly blends genres such as pop, jazz, funk, R&B, BeBop, songo, salsa, samba, and Afro-Cuban rhythms, capturing the unique spirit of Miami's music scene. The award for Best Arrangement acknowledges the superb craftsmanship of Rafael Valencia's arrangement in “Songo Bop," a track that showcases the collaborative synergy between Camilo Valencia, Richard Bravo, and Milton Salcedo.

Camilo Valencia, whose life was recently and sadly cut short, had an illustrious career working with global stars such as Shakira, Carlos Santana, and David Byrne. He was a recipient of Emmy Award and Grammy Award. Richard Bravo, originally from Venezuela, has been a towering figure in the music industry for over three decades. His contributions have earned him 43 Grammy Awards Achievement Certificates and now five times Latin Grammy Award Wins! It is the first Latin Grammy Award for the Producer Dr. Alex Sino.

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