Star-studded collective toast to industry's emerging stars, nominees, winners and performers, where the brand returns for the third consecutive year as a sponsor for the 11th annual award show, Person of the Year Dinner and official Latin GRAMMY® After Party.OMEGA, ALEX CUBA, MIGUEL, SENSATO, BACHATA HEIGHTS Y MAS
On Thursday, November 11,Hennessy, the bestselling Cognac in the world and one of the most celebrated and storied brands, capped off another epic Latin GRAMMY® award week with the only Official invite-only After-After party with partners BMI and MUN2.
Celebrities came out in droves to toast to luminaries of the Latin Music world with Hennessy, BMI and Mun2. Dominican merengue urbano singer Omega and R&B sensation Miguel, celebrated their first Latin GRAMMY® experience at the invite only affair which went down at Mix Restaurant & Lounge at the top of THEhotel at Mandalay Bay. Omega surprised the crowd with an impromptu performance, infecting the same spirit into Del Patio's Sensato, who also graced the microphone with his hit single Watagapitusberry.
The all-star cast included singer Alex Cuba, who had plenty to celebrate, as he just snagged the coveted “Best New Artist” award. Cuba toasted alongside other 2010 Latin GRAMMY® nominees, Koko (Best New Artist), Banda De Turistas (Best Rock Song/Best Alternative Music Album), Perrozompopo (Best Alternative Music Album) and singer, Jandy Ventura, who glowed with pride, as his father Mr. Johnny Ventura performed as the closing Award show act.
Additionally, singers Frankie J, **Del Patio’s Sensato, salsa trio N’Klabe, Bachata Heightz, Malverde, radio personality Laura Stylez and Boy Wonder contributed to the night’s energy as they sipped on Hennessy Privilege signature cocktails. The Jabbawockeez dance troupe, who performed with Nelly Furtado at the awards, kept the gyrations going on the dance floor, which was crowded with a host of celebutantes and music industry scenesters swaying to the sounds of Hennessy Privilege official DJs, DJ Lobo and DJ Eddy One.
VIP guests were gifted limited edition Hennessy Privilege golden gift boxes baring the official Latin GRAMMY® emblem.
Omega "El Fuerte" and R&B Sensation Miguel
Singer Alex Cuba :: Latin GRAMMY "Best New Artist" Winner
Zone D' Tambora
Henry Jimenez, Malverde and Jandy Ventura