Boza at the Latin Grammys: "Getting out of prison made my way of seeing things change"

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Boza recounted his experience of his nomination in the 22nd edition of the Latin Grammys 2021, where he is nominated for “Best New Artist“. The Panamanian artist confessed the moment of inflection that made him change his musical career.

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Boza was questioned about how it was that music changed the way of seeing things; he replied that when he got out of prison, “I focused so much on what I wanted to do, the desire to eat the world, that when I got out, I said until thank God the dream is being achieved.”

As for what he likes most about being an artist, he pointed out that sharing time with his fans, interacting, connecting with them; get off the platform, talk to them; considers it to be the most exciting and magical “piece”.

Think that patience is a virtue that is learned over time, you begin to understand that it is not when you want, it is when it is your turn. He also recognizes that other people outside the urban genre, who recognize his talent, is very valuable.

“Spending time with his audience and connecting with them is what excites @Bozamusic about music the most. The Panamanian, nominated for Best New Artist, also tells us about how patience has helped him understand that it is not when one wants is when it’s your turn. Thank you very much Boza for this special presentation of Hecha Pa’Mi “, put the official page of the Latin Grammys 2021.

Boza is nominated in the Latin Grammys in the category “Best New Artist” along with: Giula Be, María Becerra, Bizarrap, Zoe Gotusso, Humbe, Rita Indiana, Lasso, Paloma Mami, Marco Mares and Juliana Velásquez.

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