Angela Álvarez made history.

    Angela Álvarez is the oldest Latin Grammy winner of all time. PDO

    History was made at the Latin Grammy gala on Thursday, when 95-year-old Angela Álvarez was awarded in the Newcomer of the Year category.

    Álvarez thus became the oldest Latin Grammy winner of all time, reports The Guardian.

    For decades, Cuban-American Álvarez performed only for his family and friends. For the first time, the singer performed in front of an audience at the Avalon nightclub in Hollywood at the age of 90.

    Álvarez’s grandchild Carlos later, the actress recorded her grandmother’s songs together Andy Gacia with. A self-published album was released last year.

    – Those of you who haven’t been able to realize your dreams yet, remember that even though life is hard, everything is possible, and with faith and love you can achieve anything, Álvarez said in his acceptance speech.

    Álvarez grew up in pre-revolutionary Cuba. Although Álvarez was forbidden to pursue his dreams in the field of music, he wrote songs in secret.

    Álvarez’s life and first concert were followed later Miss Angela in the document.