Villa Altagracia received with cheers, music and a great caravan its most distinguished son of all time, the merenguero Sergio Vargas, who won his first Latin Grammy in the category of “Best merengue and / or bachata album”, last Thursday .

The caravan went through the different streets of the town, where "The Negrito of Villa" He was born 61 years ago, and in the end he was given a special recognition headed by authorities and community members.

"I don’t have a Grammy, Villa Altagracia has a Grammy", expressed the artist before the crowd gathered on Monday for the celebration in his town.

Then he added: "I promised God not to argue with the law and not upset him because in a society like ours where art does not have the investment it deserves from governments, sometimes achieving some things is difficult".

The “Negrito de Villa” won for his album "Sergio Vargas is merengue, any problem?", with which he competed with his colleagues Manny Cruz, Luis Segura, Fernando Villalona and Alexandra in the Best Merengue and / or Bachata Album category.

Sergio dedicated his award to the J&N Records label, to Villa Altagracia and invited the international community to set their eyes on Haiti.

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