Cuban-born singer Pitbullwill sing this Thursday at the Latin Grammy Awards galatogether with emergency teams personnel, with whom you will offer a special performance as a tribute for all those involved in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

As reported on Tuesday by the Latin Recording Academy, the group that will accompany the rapper will be composed of Commander Frank Fernández, on drums, Medical Associate Debi Kuiper-Tomas, on bass, and with Captain Eddy Alarcón and Lieutenant Troy Maness like those responsible for the guitars.

The choir that will accompany the group and the interpreter of Give Me Everything will be Composed of Sgt Liz Bremer, Nurse / OB Kim Fleurinord, Firefighter Adrian Ballard and retired US Air Force nurse, firefighter, paramedic and commander Marlon Ferdinand.

The 21st edition of the Latin Grammy will be held on Thursday in virtual format because of the coronavirus pandemic at a gala in which the “great work of emergency services and health professionals will be recognized frontline, who continue to work heroically during these difficult times to help combat the spread of the virus, “the Academy said in a statement.

The president of the Latin Recording Academy, Gabriel Abaroa Jr., has underlined in the statement that this year the awards ceremony “will not be a competition, but an opportunity to show solidarity, compassion and gratitudeIn addition to using the power of music as a tool to be better people. “

The Latin Grammy, which will be broadcast by the Hispanic network Univision, Televisa and the cable channel TNT, have in this year’s edition the motto “Music humanizes us”, will constitute “a celebration of musical excellence through stories of commitment, hope and social spirit,” says the Academy.

In this framework, the special performance that will offer Pitbull will serve to highlight the “resilience and strength” that the “brave men and women” who work as members of the emergency services have shown the citizens. “They embody values ​​that we must all defend, not only within the music sector, but also as human beings “, highlights the note.

Sebastian Yatra, Ricardo Montaner, Calibre 50, Victor Manuelle, Bad Bunny, Pedro Capó, Alejandro Fernandez, Karol G, Kany García, The North Tigers, Christian Nodal, Fito Paez Y Marc Anthony are part of the list of musical appearances of the gala.

Ana Brenda, Carlos Rivera and Yalitza Aparicio will be the presenters of the ceremony that, from Miami, will connect with cities around the world to contact the winners and broadcast the musical performances.