This is how Sergio Vargas reacted after winning his first Latin Grammy

The Latin Grammy statuette that the artist received tonight Sergio Vargas, represents a recognition of his 35 years of career and a push to continue his career.

This was revealed by the artist to Free Journal after being awarded in the category of “Best merengue and / or bachata album “ for his album “Es merengue, ¿some problem ?, at the gala held this Thursday in Las Vegas, Nevada.

“Thirty-five years after being in this career uninterruptedly, in the midst of the crisis that our genre is experiencing due to the lack of diffusion, as far as we all know, receiving this invitation for me was a source of inspiration,” he said.

Vargas said that reaching the podium upon receiving the award was exciting.

“I will take this opportunity to further solidify the project that will lead me to celebrate the 35th anniversary of my career in large halls. I will take advantage of all the means to say that this is not an award that goes to Sergio Vargas’ house, this is an award for the Dominicans, a push that deserves our rhythm ”, Vargas commented

He vindicated his fight in favor of merengue and recalled that he will not rest his work so that vernacular music is promoted on the country’s radio stations.

“Very happy. It is my first time at the Latin Grammy and I appreciate the trust that the executives of J&N Records have placed in me, and I hope my career will continue its hectic course ”, he proclaimed.

Villa’s black man won the battle against Alexandra, Manny Cruz, Luis Segura and Fernando Villalona, ​​who were nominated in the category