Best: Alejandro Sanz dedicates his Person of the Year Award to Dreamers
As opposed to the shocking disregard for politics at the 2016 Latin Grammys, this year's ceremony compensated tenfold. Spanish crooner Alejandro Sanz, who's been churning out timeless pop hits since the Nineties, dedicated his prestigious Person of the Year award to Dreamers and DACA recipients. Although he's not quite known for the same political candor as, say, Residente, Sanz delivered an impassioned speech that shed a light on disenfranchised populations of America. During the slow-burning "Cuando Nadie Me Ve," he interjected to say, "There are those who spend a lifetime building walls, and those others spend breaking them. And for each thrown rock there's a dreamer." Cue the surprise troupe of actual Dreamers, who would join him onstage for a massive, tearjerking singalong.