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    Recap of Women in Music Billboard Awards 2023

    The women in music billboard awards took Los Angeles’ YouTube Theatre on Wednesday. The show was hosted by actress-writer Quinta Brunson and the event honored influential artists, creators and producers. This was a moment for those who have made a significant impact in 2023. Check out this recap of what went down.

    Honorees and Awards

    The ceremony was highlighted by the winner of the Woman of the Year award, SZA, and the Impact Award winner, Becky G. Other honorees included Lana Del Rey who won the Visionary of the Year. Along with Kim Petras, who was named Chartbreaker. Dont forget Latto, who received the Powerhouse Award and Honda’s rising star Doechii. Meanwhile Ivy Queen was named Icon and Lainey Wilson was named Rulebreaker. Our girl Rosalia also was awarded Bose’s Producer of the Year award and TWICE received the Breakthrough Artist award.

    SZA looked stunning on the red carpet

    As she accepted her Woman of the Year award, SZA wore a glittery slip dress by Sergio Hudson that paired perfectly with her sleek sexy hair. She added a gold clutch and black thigh-high boots to her ensemble for extra sparkle.

    She also donned a long-sleeve, off-the-shoulder black blazer that matched her sultry skin tone and her sparkling lashes. Her look was topped off by an elegant pair of earrings and a bold lip shade that complimented her striking eye makeup.

    Bad Bunny Gives Ivy Queen Her Flowers

    On the red carpet of the 2023 women in music billboard awards, Bad Bunny greeted 50-year-old Puerto Rican rapper Ivy Queen, who was honored with the Icon Award. The “Queiro Bailar” singer was a popular guest at the award show, and fans were thrilled to see her perform for them on stage.

    Ivy Queen is known for her work in reggaeton, but she’s a rising star in Latin music as well. She’s received her first Grammy nomination this year and has been gaining traction in the industry. Her music has been praised for its diversity and multicultural sound. She’s been described as a pioneer in her genre, and she’s worked with various other artists.

    She’s also collaborated with the likes of Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, among others.

    Bad Bunny is a huge fan of Ivy Queen, so it’s no surprise that he was there to support her. He gave her his best wishes and encouraged her to continue working hard.

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