Rolling Stones Español & Rolling Stones Colombia Instagram post of Tiago PZK winning 'Voz De La Audiencia'. (PHOTO: Rolling Stones Español & Rolling Stones Colombia Instagram/ @rollingstoneenespanol @rollingstonecolombia)

Natalia Lafourcade, Tainy, and Jaime Camil were a few of the names that shined at Thursday night's Rolling Stones en Español Awards.

The inaugural event held at Miami Beach's Fillmore Theatre was loaded with music, film, and TV portraying Latino talent. Alongside the main host of the evening, Renata Notni, other presenters including Guaynaa, Fonseca, Cimafunk, and Catalina García joined in on the fun.

In the music genre, Natalia Lafourcade was the grand winner as she took home Artist of the Year, Album of the Year for "De todas las Flores", and was recognized with the Honorary Legend Award.

The awards for the music categories continued with Tainy for Musical Producer of the Year followed by Mexican Kevin Kaarl's win in the Musical Promise category. In addition, "Sólo por ser indios'' by A.N.I.M.A.L and Juanes won video clip of the year, and emerging artist Villano Antillano snatched the Song of the Year award for "BZRP Music Sessions, Vol. 51" featuring Argentine DJ Bizarrap.

In sequence, the film and television industry was acknowledged for the creative projects that have been released. Jaime Camil who was presented with the Latin American Icon Tribute for the series "El Rey, Vicente Fernández". Going more into the behind the scenes of film making, Mexican director Alejandro González Iñárritu took home directing of the year for his work in "Bardo".

Feature film categories were on a roll with the win of "El Amor Después Del Amor" created by Juan Pablo Kolodzieg for series of the year and "Hip Hop x Siempre" directed by Jessy Terrero winning documentary feature of the year.

Special recognitions were made throughout the night to artists who have culturally made an impact in the industry such as Tiago PZK who took home the voice of the Audience award, Carin León who walked home with the Viva Mexico award, Ivy Queen with the Legacy award, and Symbol of Pride award was handed to Villano Antillano.

With wins here and there the party was celebrated with snazzy performances by Carin León, Jay Wheeler, Reik, Ryan Castro, Villano Antillano, Ivy Queen, and several others.

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