La La Love You wins Republic Network Award for Best Music Video at the MIN Awards 2024

Undoubtedly, the MIN Awards held last Wednesday, April 17, filled Zaragoza with the independent music that resonates in Spain. This being its 16th edition, the awards organized by UFi (UniĆ³n FonogrĆ”fica Independiente in Spanish) welcomed renowned artists such as Cala Vento, Zahara, La La Love You or Las Ginebras.

The gala, which had Lalachus as mistress of ceremonies, saw Alba Reche and Baiuca shine last night, who were awarded Best Song for “Diamante”. In addition, “Diamante/La Mare”, the EP to which this work belongs, won the awards for Best Recording and Best Musical Recording.

Other artists awarded are Cala Vento for Best Album 2023 with “Casa Linda”, Zahara as Best Artist 2023 or Valeria Castro for Best Root Music Album for “Con cariƱo y con cuidado” and Best New Artist.

However, a big highlight of the night was La La Love You. The Madrid-based group was not only recognized with the Republic Network award for Best Music Video for their work “El Principio de algo” with SamuraĆÆ, but they also took the stage for a very funny and unexpected reinterpretation of their song “El Fin del Mundo”, where they raise their voice against people talking at concerts.

The night was surrounded by more music with performances by Xoel LĆ³pez, Sexy Zebras, Fillas de Cassandra, Lia Kali and Tacho y Los Manolos, among others.

Taking the initiative to participate in these important awards for the industry in Spain, Republic Network is committed to independent music, supporting and promoting the talent of artists and creators.

Congratulations to the awardees!

MIN Awards 2024 Gala | Ā© Premios MIN

Winners list:

Album of the Year Award: Casa Linda by Cala Vento

Best Artist Award: Zahara

Republic Network Award for Best Music Video: ‘El principio de algo’ by La La Love You & SamuraĆÆ. Directed by RaĆŗl PĆ©rez Fullea and Eduardo Montes.

Best Pop Album Award: Caldo EspĆ­rito by Xoel LĆ³pez

Best Root Music Album Award: con cariƱo y con cuidado by Valeria Castro

Best Flamenco Album Award: AgustisimĆ­simo by Tomasito

Best Electronic Recording Award: Diamante / La Mare by Baiuca & Alba Reche

Best Basque Album Award: Cerodenero by IZARO

Best International Artist Award: Sufjan Stevens

Best Music Production Award: Alejandro GuillƔn for Diamante / La Mare de Baiuca & Alba Reche

Best Graphic Design Award: Paula de Ɓlvaro for 08880 by OKDW

Best Original Lyrics Award: Ginebras for ‘Billie Max’.

Song of the Year Award: ‘Diamante’ by Baiuca & Alba Reche

Best Emerging Artist Award: Valeria Castro

Best Live Performance Award: Live at the WiZink Center by Morgan and the Golden family

Best Rock Album Award: Casa Linda by Cala Vento

Best Jazz Album Award: Roneando by Perico Sambeat

Best Classical Album Award: Imperatrix Agatha by Egeria

Best Urban Music Recording Award: Pasadas de moda by PUTOCHINOMARICƓN

Best Catalan Album Award: La boca aigua by Renaldo & Clara

Award Best Album in Galician: II by Grande Amore

Mario Pacheco Honorary Award: Alejandra Fierro, founder of Gladys Palmera