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MUSIC AWARD WINNERS

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Latin Grammy Awards
THE LATIN ACADEMY OF RECORDING ARTS & SCIENCES, INC.
Winner Lists

Year 2000 to present day

The Latin Grammy Awards were launched in 2000 with a telecast aired on CBS. It was the first primarily Spanish language primetime program carried on an English-language television network. Like the Grammy Awards, the Latin Grammys recognize artistic and technical excellence in the recording arts and sciences by peer vote (the Latin Grammy Awards Process). It has already come to represent the height of achievement in Latin music recording.

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2016
16th Annual Latin Grammy Awards
T-Mobile Arena ~ Paradise ~ Nevada
November 16th 2016

Record of the Year
Carlos Vives and Shakira — "La Bicicleta"

Album of the Year
Juan Gabriel — Los Dúo 2

Song of the Year
Andrés Castro, Shakira and Carlos Vives — "La Bicicleta" (Carlos Vives and Shakira)

Best New Artist
Manuel Medrano


Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album
Jesse & Joy — Un Besito Más

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album
Juan Gabriel — Los Dúo, Vol. 2


Best Urban Performance
Yandel — "Encantadora"

Best Urban Music Album
J Balvin — Energia

Best Urban Song
Egbert Rosa Cintrón, Farruko, Eduardo A. Vargas Berrios and Yandel — "Encantadora"

Best Rock Album
Los Fabulosos Cadillacs — La Salvación de Solo Y Juan

Best Pop/Rock Album
Julieta Venegas — Algo Sucede

Best Rock Song
Flavio Cianciarulo — "La Tormenta" (Los Fabulosos Cadillacs)

Best Alternative Music Album
Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas — L.H.O.N.

Best Alternative Song
Carla Morrison — "Vez Primera"

Best Salsa Album
India — Intensamente India Con Canciones de Juan Gabriel

Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album
Fonseca — Homenaje (A La Música de Diomedes Díaz)

Best Contemporary Tropical Album
Guaco — Guaco Histórico 2

Best Traditional Tropical Album
Sonora Santanera — La Sonora Santanera En Su 60 Aniversario

Best Tropical Fusion Album
Gente de Zona — Visualízate

Best Tropical Song
Omar Alfanno, Fonseca, and Yadam González Cárdenas – "Vine A Buscarte"

Best Singer-Songwriter Album
Manuel Medrano — Manuel Medrano

Best Banda Album
Banda El Recodo De Cruz Lizárraga — Raíces

Best Tejano Album
Michael Salgado — Por Cielo y Tierra

Best Norteño Album
Los Tigres del Norte — Desde El Azteca

Best Regional Mexican Song
Erika Ender, Manu Morendo, and Mónica Vèlez — "Ataúd"

Best Instrumental Album
Hamilton de Holanda — Samba de Chico

Best Folk Album
Palo Cruza'O — En Armonías Colombianas

Best Tango Album
Nicolás Ledesma y Su Orquesta — Cuando Llora la Milonga

Best Flamenco Album
Niña Pastori — Ámame Como Soy

Best Latin Jazz Album
Arturo O'Farrill & The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra — Cuba: The Conversation Continues

Best Christian Album (Spanish Language)
Marcos Vidal — 25 Años

Best Christian Album (Portuguese Language)
Anderson Freire — Deus Não Te Rejeita

Best Portuguese Language Contemporary Pop Album
Céu — Tropix

Best Portuguese Language Rock Album
Ian Ramil — Derivacivilização Scalene — Éter

Best Samba/Pagode Album
Martinho da Vila — De Bem Com a Vida

Best MPB Album
Elza Soares — A Mulher do Fim do Mundo

Best Brazilian Roots Album
Almir Sater e Renato Teixeira — AR

Best Portuguese Language Song
Djavan — "Vidas Pra Contar"

Best Latin Children's Album
123 Andrés — Arriba Abajo

Best Classical Album
Cuarteto Latinoamericano and Jaramar — El Hilo Invisible (Cantos Sefaradíes)

Best Classical Contemporary Composition
Claudia Montero — "Cuarteto Para Buenos Aires"

Best Recording Package
Wed 21 — Alejandro Ros (Juana Molina)

Best Engineered Album
Be Hussey, Gustavo Lenza, Diogo Poças, Rodrigo Sanches, Mike Cresswell and Felipe Tchauer — Tropix (Céu)

Producer of the Year
Eduardo Cabra

Best Short Form Music Video
Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas – "Gallo Negro"

Best Long Form Music Video
Alejandro Sanz – Sirope Vivo

Lifetime Achievement Awards
Eugenia León
Ricardo Montaner
Ednita Nazario
Piero

Trustees Awards
Carlos Mejía Godoy
Nelson Motta
Rafael Solano Sánchez

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2015
16th Annual Latin Grammy Awards
MGM Grand Garden Arena ~ Paradise ~ Nevada
November 19th 2015

Record of the Year
Natalia Lafourcade — "Hasta la Raíz"

Album of the Year
Juan Luis Guerra 4.40 — Todo Tiene Su Hora

Song of the Year
Leonel García and Natalia Lafourcade — "Hasta la Raíz" (Lafourcade)

Best New Artist
Monsieur Periné


Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album
Alejandro Sanz — Sirope

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album
Gilberto Santa Rosa — Necesito Un Bolero


Best Urban Performance
Nicky Jam and Enrique Iglesias — "El Perdón"

Best Urban Music Album
Tego Calderón — El Que Sabe, Sabe

Best Urban Song
J Balvin, Rene Cano, Alejandro "Mosty" Patiño and Alejandro "Sky" Ramírez — "Ay Vamos" (J Balvin)

Best Rock Album
Diamante Eléctrico — B

Best Pop/Rock Album
Maná — Cama Incendiada

Best Rock Song
Cachorro López and Vicentico — "Esclavo de Tu Amor" (Vicentico)

Best Alternative Music Album
Natalia Lafourcade — Hasta la Raíz

Best Alternative Song
Leonel García and Natalia Lafourcade — "Hasta la Raíz" (Lafourcade)

Best Salsa Album
Rubén Blades with Roberto Delgado and Orquesta — Son de Panamá

Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album
Jorge Celedón and Gustavo García — Sencillamente

Best Contemporary Tropical Album
Juan Luis Guerra 4.40 — Todo Tiene Su Hora

Best Traditional Tropical Album
José Alberto "El Canario" and Septeto Santiaguero — Tributo A Los Compadres No Quiero Llanto

Best Tropical Song
Juan Luis Guerra — "Tus Besos"

Best Singer-Songwriter Album
Alex Cuba — Healer

Best Ranchero Album
Pedro Fernández — Acaríciame El Corazón

Best Banda Album
Banda El Recodo de Don Cruz Lizarraga — Mi Vicio Mas Grande

Best Tejano Album
Sólido — Sentimientos

Best Norteño Album
Pesado — Abrázame

Best Regional Song
Mauricio Arriaga, Edgar Barrera and Eduardo Murguía — "Todo Tuyo" (Banda El Recodo de Cruz Lizárraga)

Best Instrumental Album
Ed Calle and Mamblue — Dr. Ed Calle Presents Mamblue

Best Folk Album
Lila Downs — Balas y Chocolate

Best Tango Album
Orquesta del Tango de Buenos Aires — Homenaje A Astor Piazzolla

Best Flamenco Album
Various Artists — Entre 20 Aguas: A La Música de Paco de Lucía

Best Latin Jazz Album
Paquito D'Rivera — Jazz Meets The Classics

Best Christian Album (Spanish Language)
Danilo Montero — La Carta Perfecta - En Vivo

Best Christian Album (Portuguese Language)
Fernanda Brum — Da Eternidade

Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album
Tulipa Ruiz — Dancê

Best Brazilian Rock Album
Erasmo Carlos — Gigante Gentil

Best Samba/Pagode Album
Maria Rita — Coração A Batucar

Best MPB Album
Ivan Lins — América, Brasil

Best Sertaneja Music Album
Renato Teixeira and Sérgio Reis — Amizade Sincera II

Best Brazilian Song
Hamilton de Holanda, Diogo Nogueira and Marcos Portinari — "Bossa Negra" (Diogo Nogueira and Hamilton de Holanda)

Best Latin Children's Album
Mister G — Los Animales

Best Classical Album
Débora Halász, Franz Halász and Radamés Gnattali — Alma Brasileira
José Serebrier — Dvorak-Serebrier Legends: Symphony No. 8no Concerto No. 2, Op. 18 - Montero: Ex Patria, Op. 1 & Improvisations

Best Classical Contemporary Composition
Carlos Franzetti — "Capriccio" (Allison Brewster Franzetti)

Best Recording Package
Wed 21 — Alejandro Ros (Juana Molina)

Best Engineered Album
Juber Anbín, Johnnatan García, Rodner Padilla, Eduardo Pulgar, Vladimir Quintero Mora, Jean Sánchez, Alexander Vanlawren, Germán Landaeta, Darío Peñaloza and Germán Landaeta — De Repente (C4 Trío and Rafael "Pollo" Brito)

Producer of the Year
Sebastian Krys

Best Short Form Music Video
Calle 13 featuring Silvio Rodríguez — "Ojos Color Sol"

Best Long Form Music Video
Café Tacuba — El Objeto Antes Llamado Disco, La Película

Lifetime Achievement Awards
Gato Barbieri
Ana Belén and Víctor Manuel
Angela Carrasco
Djavan
El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico
Pablo Milanés


Trustees Awards
Federico Britos
Humberto Gatica
Chelique Sarabia

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2014
15th Annual Latin Grammy Awards
MGM Grand Garden Arena ~ Paradise ~ Nevada
November 20th 2014
hosted by ...

Record of the Year
Jorge Drexler featuring Ana Tijoux — "Universos Paralelos"

Album of the Year

Paco de Lucía — Canción Andaluza

Song of the Year
Descemer Bueno, Gente de Zona and Enrique Iglesias — "Bailando"

Best New Artist
Mariana Vega

Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album
Camila — Elypse

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album

Fonseca and the National Symphony Orchestra of Colombia — Sinfónico

Best Urban Performance
Enrique Iglesias featuring Descemer Bueno and Gente de Zona — "Bailando"

Best Urban Music Album
Calle 13 — Multi_Viral

Best Urban Song
Descemer Bueno, Gente de Zona and Enrique Iglesias — "Bailando"

Best Rock Album
Molotov — Agua Maldita

Best Pop/Rock Album

Juanes — Loco de Amor

Best Rock Song
Andrés Calamaro — "Cuando No Estás"

Best Alternative Music Album
Babasónicos — Romantisísmico

Best Alternative Song
Calle 13 — "El Aguante"

Best Salsa Album
Marc Anthony — 3.0

Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album
Jorge Celedón and Various Artists — Celedón Sin Fronteras 1

Best Contemporary Tropical Album
Carlos Vives — Más Corazón Profundo

Best Traditional Tropical Album
La Sonora Santanera — Grandes Exitos de Las Sonoras: Con La Más Grande, La Sonora Santanera

Best Tropical Song
Andrés Castro and Carlos Vives — "Cuando Nos Volvamos a Encontrar" (Carlos Vives featuring Marc Anthony)

Best Singer-Songwriter Album
Jorge Drexler — Bailar En La Cueva

Best Ranchero Album
Pepe Aguilar — Lástima Que Sean Ajenas

Best Banda Album
Banda El Recodo De Don Cruz Lizarraga — Haciendo Historia

Best Tejano Album
Jimmy González & Grupo Mazz — Forever Mazz

Best Norteño Album
Conjunto Primavera — Amor Amor

Best Regional Song
Marco Antonio Solís — "De Mil Amores"

Best Instrumental Album
Arturo O'Farrill and the Chico O'Farrill Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra — Final Night at Birdland

Best Folk Album
Lila Downs, Niña Pastori and Soledad — Raíz

Best Tango Album
Rubén Blades — Tangos

Best Flamenco Album
Paco de Lucía — Canción Andaluza

Best Latin Jazz Album
Chick Corea — The Vigil
Paquito D'Rivera and Trio Corrente — Song For Maura

Best Christian Album (Spanish Language)
Danilo Montero — La Carta Perfecta - En Vivo

Best Christian Album (Portuguese Language)
Aline Barros — Graça

Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album
Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album

Best Brazilian Rock Album
Erasmo Carlos — Gigante Gentil

Best Samba/Pagode Album
Maria Rita — Coração A Batucar

Best MPB Album
Marisa Monte — Verdade, Uma Ilusão

Best Sertaneja Music Album
Sérgio Reis — Questão De Tempo

Best Brazilian Roots Album
Falamansa — Amigo Velho

Best Brazilian Song
Caetano Veloso — "A Bossa Nova É Foda"

Best Latin Children's Album
Marta Gómez and Friends — Coloreando: Traditional Songs For Children In Spanish

Best Classical Album
Plácido Domingo — Verdi

Best Classical Contemporary Composition
Claudia Montero — "Concierto Para Violín y Orquesta de Cuerdas"

Best Recording Package
Wed 21 — Alejandro Ros (Juana Molina)

Best Engineered Album
Juber Anbín, Johnnatan García, Rodner Padilla, Eduardo Pulgar, Vladimir Quintero Mora, Jean Sánchez, Alexander Vanlawren, Germán Landaeta, Darío Peñaloza and Germán Landaeta — De Repente (C4 Trío and Rafael "Pollo" Brito)

Producer of the Year
Sergio George

Best Short Form Music Video
La Vida Bohème — "Flamingo"

Best Long Form Music Video
Café Tacuba — El Objeto Antes Llamado Disco, La Película

Lifetime Achievement Awards
Willy Chirino
Los Lobos
Valeria Lynch
César Costa
Carlos do Carmo
Dúo Dinámico
Ney Matogrosso

Trustees Awards

André Midani
Juan Vicente Torrealba

Note: Best Tropical Fusion Album was combined with Best Contemporary Tropical Album.

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2013
14th Annual Latin Grammy Awards
Mandalay Bay Events Center ~ Las Vegas
November 21st 2013
hosted by Lucero and Cristián de la Fuente

Record of the Year
Marc Anthony — "Vivir Mi Vida"


Album of the Year

Draco Rosa — Vida

Song of the Year
Andrés Castro and Carlos Vives — "Volví a Nacer"

Best New Artist
Gaby Moreno

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album

Andrés Cepeda — Lo Mejor Que Hay En Mi Vida


Best Urban Performance
Pitbull featuring Papayo — "Echa Pa'lla (Manos Pa'rriba)"

Best Urban Music Album
Mala Rodríguez — Bruja

Best Urban Song
Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas — "Ula Ula"

Best Rock Album
Beto Cuevas — Transformación

Best Rock Song
Cachorro López and Vicentico — "Creo Que Me Enamoré"

Best Alternative Music Album
Natalia Lafourcade — Mujer Divina, Homenaje a Agustin Lara

Best Alternative Song
Bajofondo — "Pena En Mi Corazón"

Best Salsa Album
Various Artists — Sergio George Presents: Salsa Giants

Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album
Felipe Peláez and Manuel Julián — Diferente

Best Contemporary Tropical Album
Tito El Bambino — El Patrón: Invencible

Best Traditional Tropical Album
Arturo Sandoval — Un Siglo De Pasión

Best Tropical Song
Andrés Castro and Carlos Vives — "Volví a Nacer"

Best Singer-Songwriter Album
Caetano Veloso — Abraçaço

Best Ranchero Album
Vicente Fernández — Hoy

Best Banda Album
Banda Los Recoditos — El Free
La Original Banda El Limón de Salvador Lizárraga — La Original y Sus Boleros de Amor

Best Tejano Album
David Lee Garza — Just Friends

Best Norteño Album
Intocable — En Peligro de Extinción

Best Regional Song
Pedro Fernández — "Cachito de Cielo"

Best Instrumental Album
Bajofondo — Presente

Best Folk Album
Reynaldo Armas — El Caballo de Oro

Best Tango Album
Diego El Cigala — Romance de la Luna Tucumana

Best Flamenco Album
Tomatito — Soy Flamenco

Best Latin Jazz Album
Michel Camilo — What's Up?

Best Christian Album (Spanish Language)
Alex Campos — Regreso A Ti

Best Christian Album (Portuguese Language)
Kleber Lucas — Profeta Da Esperança

Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album
Seu Jorge — Músicas Para Churrasco Vol. 1 Ao Vivo

Best Brazilian Rock Album
Jota Quest — Ao Vivo: Rock In Rio

Best Samba/Pagode Album
Alexandre Pires — Eletrosamba - Ao Vivo

Best MPB Album
Maria Rita — Redescobrir - Ao Vivo

Best Sertaneja Music Album
Victor & Leo — Ao Vivo em Floripa

Best Brazilian Roots Album
Various Artists — Salve Gonzagão 100 Anos

Best Brazilian Song
Roberto Carlos — "Esse Cara Sou Eu"

Best Latin Children's Album
Lucky Díaz y La Familia Música — ¡Fantástico!

Best Classical Album
Nelson Freire — Brasileiro

Best Classical Contemporary Composition
Carlos Franzetti — "Zingaros"

Best Recording Package
Tonho Quinta-Feira and Fernando Young — Abraçaço (Caetano Veloso)

Best Engineered Album
Edgar Barrera, Sebastian de Peyrecave, Javier Garza, Julio Reyes Copello and Mike Fuller — Kany García (Kany García)

Producer of the Year
Sergio George

Best Short Form Music Video
Alex Cuba — "Eres Tú"

Best Long Form Music Video
Natalia Lafourcade — Mujer Divina, Homenaje A Agustín Lara

Lifetime Achievement Awards
Oscar D'León
Juan Formell
Roberto Menescal
Totó La Momposina
Palito Ortega
Eddie Palmieri
Miguel Ríos

Trustees Awards

Mario Kreutzberger "Don Francisco"
Pedro Ramírez Velázquez

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2012
13th Annual Latin Grammy Awards
Mandalay Bay Events Center ~ Las Vegas
November 15th 2012
hosted by Lucero and Cristián de la Fuente

Record of the Year
Jesse & Joy — "¡Corre!"


Album of the Year
Juanes — Juanes MTV Unplugged

Song of the Year
Jesse & Joy and Tommy Torres — "¡Corre!" (Jesse & Joy)

Best New Artist
3Ball MTY


Best Traditional Pop Album
David Bisbal — Una Noche en el Teatro Real

Best Contemporary Pop Album
Jesse & Joy — ¿Con Quién Se Queda El Perro?

Best Urban Music Album
Don Omar — Don Omar Presents MTO²: New Generation

Best Urban Song
Don Omar — "Hasta Que Salga el Sol"

Best Rock Album
Molotov — Desde Rusia Con Amor

Best Pop/Rock Album
El Cuarteto de Nos — Porfiado

Best Rock Song
Roberto Musso — "Cuando Sea Grande" (El Cuarteto de Nos)

Best Alternative Music Album
Carla Morrison — Déjenme Llorar

Best Alternative Song
Carla Morrison — "Déjenme Llorar"

Best Salsa Album
Luis Enrique — Soy y Seré

Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album
Juan Piña — Le Canta A San Jacinto

Best Contemporary Tropical Album
Milly Quezada — Aquí Estoy Yo

Best Traditional Tropical Album
Eliades Ochoa — Un Bolero Para Tí

Best Tropical Fusion Album
Fonseca — Ilusión+

Best Tropical Song
Yoel Henríquez and Alex Puentes — "Toma Mi Vida" (Milly Quezada featuring Juan Luis Guerra)

Best Singer-Songwriter Album
Gian Marco — 20 Años

Best Ranchero Album
Pepe Aguilar — Mas de Un Camino

Best Banda Album
La Arrolladora Banda El Limón de René Camacho — Irreversible... 2012

Best Tejano Album
Joe Posada — Algo Esta Pasando

Best Norteño Album
Los Tucanes de Tijuana — 365 Días

Best Regional Mexican Song
Luis Carlos Monroy and Adrian Pieragostino — "El Mejor Perfume" (La Original Banda El Limón de Salvador Lizárraga)

Best Instrumental Album
Chick Corea, Eddie Gomez and Paul Motian — Further Explorations

Best Folk Album
Lila Downs — Pecados y Milagros

Best Tango Album
Arturo Sandoval — Tango Como Yo Te Siento

Best Flamenco Album
Paco de Lucía — En Vivo Conciertos España 2010

Best Latin Jazz Album
Arturo Sandoval — Dear Diz (Every Day I Think of You)

Best Christian Album (Spanish Language)
Marcos Witt — 25 Concierto Conmemorativo

Best Christian Album (Portuguese Language)
Aline Barros — Aline Barros & Cia 3

Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album
Seu Jorge — Músicas Para Churrascos Vol. 1

Best Brazilian Rock Album
Beto Lee — Celebração & Sacrificío

Best Samba/Pagode Album
Beth Carvalho — Nosso Samba Tá Na Rua
Emilio Santiago — So Danço Samba Ao Vivo

Best MPB Album
Caetano Veloso, Gilberto Gil and Ivete Sangalo — Especial Ivete, Gil E Caetano

Best Sertaneja Music Album
Chitãozinho & Xororó — Chitãozinho & Xororó - 40 Anos - Sinfônico

Best Native Brazilian Roots Album
Dominguinhos — Iluminado

Best Brazilian Song
Chico Buarque — "Querido Diário"

Best Latin Children's Album
María Teresa Chacín — María Teresa Chacín Canta Cuentos

Best Classical Album
Cuarteto Latinoamericano — Brasileiro: Works of Francisco Mignone

Best Classical Contemporary Composition
Yalil Guerra — "Seducción" (Elizabeth Rebozo)

Best Recording Package
Miguel Masa — Cambié de Nombre (Viniloversus)

Best Engineered Album
Gregg Field, Don Murray and Paul Blakemore — Dear Diz (Every Day I Think of You) (Arturo Sandoval)

Producer of the Year
Juan Luis Guerra

Best Short Form Music Video
Jesse & Joy — "Me Voy"

Best Long Form Music Video
Juanes — Juanes MTV Unplugged

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2011
12th Annual Latin Grammy Awards
Mandalay Bay Events Center ~ Las Vegas
November 10th 2011
hosted by Lucero and Cristián de la Fuente

Record of the Year
Calle 13 ft Totó la Momposina, Susana Baca and Maria Rita — "Latinoamérica"


Album of the Year

Calle 13 — Entren Los Que Quieran

Song of the Year
Rafa Arcaute and Calle 13 — "Latinoamérica" (Calle 13 featuring Totó la Momposina, Susana Baca and Maria Rita)

Best New Artist
Sie7e

Best Female Pop Vocal Album

Shakira — Sale el Sol

Best Male Pop Vocal Album
Franco De Vita — En Primera Fila

Best Pop Album by a Duo/Group with Vocals
Alex, Jorge y Lena — Alex, Jorge y Lena

Best Urban Music Album
Calle 13 — Entren Los Que Quieran

Best Urban Song
Rafa Arcaute and Calle 13 — "Baile de los Pobres" (Calle 13

Best Rock Album
Maná — Drama y Luz

Best Rock Song
León Larregui and Zoé — "Labios Rotos" (Zoé)

Best Alternative Music Album
Zoé — MTV Unplugged/Música de Fondo

Best Alternative Song
Rafa Arcaute and Calle 13 — "Calma Pueblo" (Calle 13 featuring Omar-Rodríguez-López)

Best Salsa Album
Rubén Blades and Seis Del Solar — Todos Vuelven Live

Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album
Juan Carlos Coronel — Tesoros

Best Contemporary Tropical Album
Tito El Bambino — El Patrón: Invencible

Best Traditional Tropical Album
Cachao López — The Last Mambo

Best Tropical Song
Calle 13 — "Vamo' A Portarnos Mal" (Calle 13)

Best Singer-Songwriter Album
Amaury Gutiérrez — Sesiones Intimas
Gian Marco — Días Nuevos

Best Ranchero Album
Vicente Fernández — El Hombre Que Mas Te Amó

Best Banda Album
La Arrolladora Banda El Limón De René Camacho — Todo Depende De Tí

Best Tejano Album
Little Joe & La Familia — Recuerdos

Best Norteño Album
Los Tigres del Norte — MTV Unplugged: Los Tigres del Norte and Friends

Best Regional Song
Marco Antonio Solís — "Tú Me Vuelves Loco" (Marco Antonio Solís)

Best Instrumental Album
Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke and Lenny White — Forever

Best Folk Album
Mercedes Sosa — Deja La Vida Volar - En Gira

Best Tango Album
Diego El Cigala — Cigala & Tango

Best Flamenco Album
Niña Pastori — La Orilla de mi Pelo

Best Latin Jazz Album
Paquito D'Rivera — Panamericana Suite

Best Christian Album (Spanish Language)
Alex Campos — Lenguaje De Amor

Best Christian Album (Portuguese Language)
Aline Barros — Extraordinário Amor De Deus

Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album
Jota Quest — Quinze

Best Brazilian Rock Album
Caetano Veloso — Zii e Zie - Ao Vivo

Best Samba/Pagode Album
Exaltasamba — Exaltasamba 25 Anos - Ao Vivo

Best MPB Album
Djavan — Ária

Best Sertaneja Music Album
João Bosco & Vinícius — João Bosco & Vinícius

Best Native Brazilian Roots Album
Naná Vasconcelos — Sinfonia & Batuques

Best Brazilian Song
Nando Reis and Samuel Rosa — "De Repente" (Skank)

Best Latin Children's Album
Pato Fu — Música de Brinquedo

Best Classical Album
Brazilian Guitar Quartet — Brazilian Guitar Quartet Plays Villa-Lobos

Best Classical Contemporary Composition
Paquito D'Rivera — "Panamericana Suite" (Paquito D'Rivera)

Best Recording Package
Various Artists — Chico & Rita

Best Engineered Album
Maná — Drama y Luz

Producer of the Year
Rafael Arcaute and Calle 13

Best Short Form Music Video
Calle 13 — "Calma Pueblo"

Best Long Form Music Video
Franco De Vita — En Primera Fila'

Lifetime Achievement Awards
Joe Arroyo, Gal Costa, José Feliciano, Alex Lora, Les Luthiers, Rubén Rada and Linda Ronstadt.

Trustees Awards

Manuel Alejandro, Jesús "Chucho" Ferrer, Ray Santos

Person of the Year

Shakira

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2010
11th
Annual Latin Grammy Awards

Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, NV.

November 11th 2010

Hosts: Lucero and Eugenio Derbez

Record of the Year
Camila — "Mientes"

Album of the Year
Juan Luis Guerra 440 — A Son de Guerra

Song of the Year
Camila — "Mientes" (Songwriters: Mario Domm and Mónica Vélez)

Best New Artist
Alex Cuba

Best Pop Vocal Album, Female
Nelly Furtado — Mi Plan

Best Pop Vocal Album, Male
Alejandro Sanz — Paraíso Express

Best Pop Vocal Album, Duo or Group
Camila — Dejarte de Amar

Best Urban Music Album
Chino & Nacho — Mi Niña Bonita


Best Urban Song
La Mala Rodríguez — "No Pidas Perdón" (Songwriter: Mala Rodríguez)

Best Rock Album
Gustavo Cerati — Fuerza natural


Best Rock Song
Gustavo Cerati — "Deja Vu" (Songwriter: Gustavo Cerati)


Best Alternative Music Album
Ely Guerra — Hombre Invisible


Best Alternative Song
ChocQuibTown — "De Donde Vengo Yo" (Songwriters: ChocQuibTown)


Best Salsa Album
Gilberto Santa Rosa — Irrepetible


Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album
Diomedes Diaz and Alvaro Lopez — Listo Pa' la foto

Best Contemporary Tropical Album
Juan Luis Guerra 440 — A Son de Guerra


Best Traditional Tropical Album
Concha Buika — El Último Trago


Best Tropical Song
Juan Luis Guerra 440 — "Bachata en Fukuoka" (Songwriter: Juan Luis Guerra)


Best Singer-Songwriter Album
Rubén Blades — Cantares del Subdesarrollo


Best Ranchero Album
Vicente Fernandez — Necesito de Ti


Best Banda Album
Banda el Recodo — Me Gusta Todo de Tí


Best Tejano Album
Elida Reyna & Avante — Fantasia

Best Norteño Album
Grupo Pesado — Desde La Cantina Vol. 1.

Best Regional Mexican Song
Pedro Fernández — "Amarte a La Antigua" (Songwriters: Yoel Henriquez and Paco Lugo)

Best Instrumental Album
Arturo Sandoval — A Time for Love


Best Folk Album
Ilan Chester — Tesoros de la Música Venezolana

Best Tango Album
Aida Cuevas — De Corazón a Corazón Mariachi Tango

Best Flamenco Album
Tomatito — Sonata Suite


Best Latin Jazz Album
João Donato Trio — Sambolero


Best Christian Album (Spanish Language)
Monica — Tienes Que Creer

Best Christian Album (Portuguese Language)
Marina de Oliveira — Na Extremidade


Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album
Sérgio Mendes — Bom Tempo


Best Brazilian Rock Album
Charlie Brown Jr. — Camisa 10 Joga Bola Até na Chuva


Best Samba/Pagode Album
Diogo Nogueira — Tô Fazendo a Minha Parte


Best MPB Album
Gilberto Gil — Banda Dois


Best Sertaneja Music Album
Zezé Di Camargo & Luciano — Double Face

Best Native Brazilian Roots Album
Gilberto Gil — Fé na Festa


Best Brazilian Song
Maria Bethânia — "Tua" (Songwriter: Adriana Calcanhotto)


Best Latin Children's Album
Luis Pescetti — Luis Pescetti


Best Classical Album
Leo Brouwer — Integral Cuartetos De Cuerda


Best Classical Contemporary Composition
Antonio Lysy — "Pampas" (Composer: Lalo Schifrin)

Best Recording Package
Gustavo Cerati — Fuerza natural (Art director: Rock Instrument Bureau)

Best Engineered Album
Diego Torres — Distinto (Engineers: Paul Acedo, Rafa Arcaute, Sebastian Krys, Lee Levin, Daniel Ovie, Sebastian Perkal, Tom Russo, Esteban Varela and Dan, Warner; Mastering engineers: Lurssen Inc.)

Producer of the Year
Jorge Calandrelli and Gregg Field

Best Short Form Music Video
Julieta Venegas — "Bien o Mal"

Best Long Form Music Video
Voz Veis — Una Noche Común y Sin Corriente

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2009
10th
Annual Latin Grammy Awards

Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, NV.

November 5th 2009

Hosts: Lucero and Eugenio Derbez

Record of the Year
"No Hay Nadie Como Tú" — Calle 13 featuring Café Tacvba
Eduardo Cabra & René Pérez, producers; Rafael Arcaute, Ivan Gutierrez, Edgardo Matta & Omar Vivoni, engineers/mixers

Album of the Year
Los de Atrás Vienen Conmigo — Calle 13
Rafael Arcaute, Eduardo Cabra, Ivan Gutierrez, Edgardo Matta & René Pérez, producers; Rafael Arcaute, Rodrigo Barria, Cesar Dellano, Ivan Gutierrez, Guillermo Mandrafina, Ramon Martinez, Edgardo Matta, Carlos Velasquez & Omar Vivoni, engineers/mixers; James Cruz, mastering engineer

Song of the Year
"Aquí Estoy Yo" — Claudia Brant, Luis Fonsi and Gen Reuben, songwriters (Luis Fonsi featuring Aleks Syntek, Noel Schajris and David Bisbal)

Best New Artist
Alexander Acha

Best Female Pop Vocal Album
Primavera Anticipada — Laura Pausini

Best Male Pop Vocal Album
No Sé Si Es Baires o Madrid — Fito Paez

Best Pop Album by a Duo/Group with Vocals
Un Día Más — Reik

Best Urban Music Album
Los de Atrás Vienen Conmigo — Calle 13

Best Urban Song
"Abusadora" — Marcos Masis "Tainy", Wisin & Yandel, songwriters (Wisin y Yandel)

Best Rock Solo Vocal Album
Teatro — Draco Rosa

Best Rock Album by a Duo/Group with Vocals

45 — Jaguares

Best Rock Song
"Entre Tus Jardines" — Saúl Hernández, songwriter (Jaguares)

Best Alternative Music Album
Comercial — Los Amigos Invisibles

Best Alternative Song
"No Hay Nadie Como Tú" — Rubén Albarrán Ortega, Eduardo Cabral, Emmanuel Del Real Diaz, René Pérez, Enrique Rangel Arroyo and José Alfredo Rangel Arroyo, songwriters (Calle 13 featuring Café Tacvba)

Best Salsa Album

Ciclos — Luis Enrique

Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album
El Caballero "Del Vallenato"- Peter Manjarrés y Sergio Luis Rodríguez

Best Contemporary Tropical Album
Gracias- Omara Portuondo
Best Traditional Tropical Album
Una Navidad Con Gilberto- Gilberto Santa Rosa
Best Tropical Song
"Yo No Sé Mañana"- Jorge Luis Piloto & Jorge Villamizar, songwriters (Luis Enrique)

Best Singer-Songwriter Album
Zii e Zie- Caetano Veloso

Best Ranchero Album
Primera Fila- Vicente Fernández

Best Banda Album
Tu Inspiración- Alacranes Musical

Best Grupero Album

15x22- Caballo Dorado

Best Tejano Album
The Legend Continues...La Continuation- Jimmy Gonzalez & Grupo Mazz

Best Norteño Album

Sólo Contigo- Grupo Pesado

Best Regional Song
"No Molestar"- Marco Antonio Solis, songwriter (Marco Antonio Solis)

Best Instrumental Album

Duets - Carlos Franzetti & Eddie Gomez

Best Folk Album

Cantora 1- Mercedes Sosa

Best Tango Album

Mi Fueye Querido- Leopoldo Federico

Best Flamenco Album

Esperando Verte- Niña Pastori

Best Latin Jazz Album

Juntos Para Siempre- Bebo Valdés y Chucho Valdés

Best Christian Album (Spanish Language)

Esperando Tu Voz- Paulina Aguirre

Best Christian Album (Portuguese Language)

Depois Da Guerra- Oficina G3

Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album

Em Londres — Roupa Nova

Best Brazilian Rock Album
a tie between:
Agora — NX Zero
Sacos Plásticos - Titãs

Best Samba/Pagode Album
O Pequeno Burguês!! — Martinho da Vila

Best MPB (Musica Popular Brasileira) Album
Regência: Vince Mendoza — Ivan Lins & The Metropole Orchestra

Best Sertaneja Music Album
Coração Estradeiro — Sérgio Reis

Best Native Brazilian Roots Album

As Músicas do Filme O Menino da Porteira — Daniel

Best Tropical Brazilian Roots Album

Balaio De Amor — Elba Ramalho

Best Brazilian Song (Portuguese Language)
"Martelo Bigorna" — Lenine, songwriter (Lenine)

Best Latin Children Album
Pombo Musical — Varios Artistas
Carlos Vives, producer

Best Classical Album
Villa-Lobos: Piano Music; Guia Pratico, Albums 10 and 11; Suite Infantil Nos. 1 and 2- Sonia Rubinsky
Nikolaos Samaltanos, producer

Best Classical Contemporary Composition
Inca Dances
Gabriela Lena Frank, composer (Manuel Barrueco & Cuarteto Latinoamericano)

Best Recording Package
Cantora 1
Alejandro Ros, art director (Mercedes Sosa)

Best Engineered Album
Orquesta Reciclando
Dani Espinet, Micky Forteza Rey, Jose Luis Molero & Jordi Solé, engineers; Tom Backer, mastering engineer (Jarabedepalo)

Producer of the Year
Cachorro López

Best Short Form Music Video
"La Perla"- Calle 13 Featuring Ruben Blades
Gabriel Coss & Israel Lugo, video directors; Rojo Chiringa, video producer

Best Long Form Music Video
E A Música De Tom Jobim- Roberto Carlos & Caetano Veloso
Monique Gardenberg & Felipe Hirsch, video directors; Guto Graça Mello, video producer

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9th Annual Latin Grammy Awards
Toyota Center, Houston, Texas

November 13th 2008

Hosts: Cristián de la Fuente & Patricia Manterola

Record of the Year
"Me Enamora" — Juanes
Juanes & Gustavo Santaolalla, producers; Jorge Da Silva & Thom Russo, engineers/mixers

Album of the Year
La Vida... Es un Ratico — Juanes
Juanes & Gustavo Santaolalla, producers; Steve Churchyard, Jorge Da Silva, Juanes, Anibal Kerpel & Thom Russo, engineers/mixers; Tom Baker, mastering engineer

Song of the Year
"Me Enamora" — Juanes

Best New Artist
Kany García

Best Female Pop Vocal Album
Cualquier Día — Kany García

Best Male Pop Vocal Album
La Vida... Es un Ratico — Juanes

Best Pop Album by a Duo/Group with Vocals
Fantasía Pop — Belanova

Best Urban Music Album
Los Extraterrestres — Wisin y Yandel

Best Urban Song
"Te Quiero" — Flex

Best Rock Solo Vocal Album
La Lengua Popular — Andrés Calamaro

Best Rock Album by a Duo or Group with Vocals
Eternamiente — Molotov

Best Rock Song
"Esta Vez" — Café Tacvba

Best Alternative Music Album
MTV Unplugged — Julieta Venegas

Best Alternative Song
"Volver a Comenzar" — Café Tacvba

Best Salsa Album
El Cantante — Thiago Werneck

Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album
Sólo Clásicos — Peter Manjarrés, Emiliano Zuleta y Sergio Luis

Best Contemporary Tropical Album
Señor Bachata — José Feliciano

Best Traditional Tropical Album
90 Millas — Gloria Estefan

Best Tropical Song
"Píntame de Colores" — Emilio Estefan, Jr., Gloria Estefan, Alberto Gaitán & Ricardo Gaitán

Best Singer-Songwriter Album
Rodolfo — Fito Páez

Best Ranchero Album
Para Siempre — Vicente Fernández

Best Banda Album
Ayer, Hoy y Siempre — Los Horóscopos de Durango

Best Tejano Album
De Nuevo — Emilio Navaira

Best Norteño Album
Six Pack — Siggno

Best Regional Mexican Song
"Estos Celos" — Joan Sebastian

Best Instrumental Album
Orquesta Filarmómoca de Bogotá - 40 Años — Orquesta Filarmónica de Bogotá

Best Folk Album
Caballo! — Cholo Valderrama

Best Tango Album
Buenos Aires, Días y Noches de Tango — Varios Artists

Best Flamenco Album
Una Guitarra En Granada — Juan Habichuela

Best Latin Jazz Album
Afro Bop Alliance — Caribbean Jazz Project featuring Dave Samuels

Best Christian Album (Spanish Language)
Tengo Sed de Tí — Soraya Moraes

Best Christian Album (Portuguese Language)
Som Da Chuva — Soraya Moraes

Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album
Sim — Vanessa Da Mata

Best Brazilian Rock Album
Cidade Cinza — CPM 22

Best Samba/Pagode Album
(TIE)

Acústico MTV — Paulinho da Viola
Samba Meu — Maria Rita

Best MPB (Musica Popular Brasileira) Album
América Brasil o Disco — Seu Jorge

Best Romantic Music Album
.com Você — César Menotti & Fabiano

Best Contemporary Brazilian Roots Album
Qual O Assunto Que Mais Lhe Interessa?' — Elba Ramalho

Best Brazilian Roots/Regional Album
Grandes Clássicos Sertanejos Acústico I — Chitãozinho & Xororó

Best Brazilian Song (Portuguese Language)
"Som Da Chuva" — Marco Moraes & Soraya Moraes

Best Latin Children Album
El Heredero — Miguelito

Best Classical Album
Pasión Española — Plácido Domingo; Sid McLauchlan, producer

Best Classical Contemporary Composition
(TIE)

"Concierto del Sol" — (Orquesta Filarmónica de Costa Rica)
Carlos José Castro, composer
"Tahhiyya Li Ossoulina"
Sérgio Assad, composer

Best Recording Package
Buenos Aires, Días y Noches de Tango — Various Artists
Leicia Gotlibowski, Daniel Kotliar, Karina Levy, Andres Mayo & Mercedes Sencio, art directors

Best Engineered Album
Dentro Do Mar Tem Rio - Ao Vivo — Maria Bethânia
Moogie Canazio, engineer; Moogie Canazio & Luiz Tornaghi, mastering engineers

Producer of the Year
Sergio George

Best Short Form Music Video
"Me Enamora" — Juanes

Best Long Form Music Video
"MTV Unplugged" — Julieta Venegas

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8th Annual Latin Grammy Awards
Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, Nevada

November 8th 2007

Record of the Year:
Juan Luis Guerra 440,"La Llave De Mi Corazon"

Album of the Year:
Juan Luis Guerra 440, La Llave De Mi Corazon

Song of the Year:
Juan Luis Guerra 440, "La Llave De Mi Corazon"

Best New Artist:
Jesse & Joy

POP
Best Female Pop Vocal:
Laura Pausini, Yo Canto

Best Male Pop Vocal:
Ricky Martin, MTV Unplugged

Best Group Pop Vocal:
La Quinta Estacion, El Mundo Se Equivoca

Best Urban Music Album:
Calle 13, Residente O Visitante

Best Urban Song:
Panasuyo & Calle 13 (feat. Orishas)," Pal Norte"

ROCK
Best Rock Solo Vocal Album:
Fito Paez, El Mundo Cabe En Una Cancion

Best Group Rock Album:
Rabanes, Kamikaze

Best Rock Song:
Gustavo Cerati," La Excepcion"

TROPICAL
Best Salsa Album:
El Gran Combo, Arroz Con Habichuela

Best Merengue Album:
Juan Luis Guerra 440, La Llave De Mi Corazon

Best Contemporary Tropical Album:
Oscar D'Leon, Fuzionando

Best Traditional Tropical Album:
Bobby Cruz, Romantico De Ayer, Hoy y Siempre

Best Tropical Song:
Juan Luis Guerra 440, "La Llave De Mi Corazon"

REGIONAL MEXICAN
Best Ranchera Album:
Pepe Aguilar, Enamorado

Best Banda Album:
Los Horoscopos de Durango, Desatados

Best Grupero Album:
Grupo Bryndis, Solo Pienso En Ti

Best Norteno Album:
Michael Salgado, En Vivo

Best Tejano Album:
Los Palominos, Evoluciones

BRAZILIAN

Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album:
Lenine, Acustico MTV

Best Brazilian Rock Album:
Lobao, Acustico MTV

Best Samba/Pagode Album:
Zeka Pagodinho , Acustico MTV 2 Gafieira

Best MBP Album:
Leny Andrade & Cesar Camargo Mariano, Au Vivo

OTHER
Best Alternative Album:
Aterciopelados, Oye

Best Latin Jazz Album:
Arturo Sandoval, Rumba Palace

Best Tango Album:
Raul Jaurena, Te Amo Tango

Best Flamenco Album:
Ojos de Brujo, Techari

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7th Annual Latin Grammy Awards
presented at Madison Square Garden,
New York

November 2nd 2006

Record Of The Year:
La Tortura ~ Shakira
Track from: Fijación Oral Vol. 1

Album Of The Year:

Fijación Oral Vol. 1 ~ Shakira

Song Of The Year
La Tortura ~ Alejandro Sanz & Shakira


Best New Artist:
Calle 13

Best Female Pop Vocal Album:

Fijación Oral Vol. 1 ~ Shakira

Best Male Pop Vocal Album:

Adentro ~ Ricardo Arjona

Best Pop Album By A Duo Or Group With Vocal:

Guapa ~ La Oreja De Van Gogh

Best Urban Music Album:

Calle 13 ~ Calle 13

Best Rock Solo Vocal Album:

Ahi Vamos ~ Gustavo Cerati

Best Rock Album By A Duo Or Group With Vocal:
Casa ~ Natalia y La Forquetina

Best Alternative Music Album:
Limón y Sal ~ Julieta Venegas

Best Rock Song:
Crimen ~ Gustavo Cerati

Best Salsa Album:
Directo Al Corazón ~ Gilberto Santa Rosa

Best Merengue Album:
MQ ~ Milly Quezada

Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album:

Cien Días De Bohemia Los Hermanos Zuleta

Best Contemporary Tropical Album:
AM/PM Líneas Paralelas
Andy Montañez & Pablo Milanés

Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album:
Daddy Yankee ~ Timeless
Sergio Mendes

Best Tropical Song:
Te Mando Flores ~ Fonseca

Best Flamenco Album:
Picasso En Mis Ojos ~ Diego El Cigala

Best Latin Jazz Album:
Solo ~ Gonzalo Rubalcaba

Best Brazilian Rock Album:

Hoje ~ Os Paralamas do Sucesso

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6th Annual Latin Grammy Awards

presented at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
November 3rd 2005

Record Of The Year
Tu No Tienes Alma - Alejandro Sanz

Album Of The Year
Cantando Histórias - Ivan Lins

Song Of The Year
Tu No Tienes Alma – Alejandro Sanz

Best New Artist
Bebe

Best Female Pop Vocal Album
Escucha - Laura Pausini

Best Male Pop Vocal Album
Todo El Año - Obie Bermúdez

Best Pop Album By A Duo Or Group With Vocal
Sinvergüenza - Bacilos

Best Urban Music Album
Barrio Fino - Daddy Yankee

Best Rock Solo Vocal Album
Mi Sangre - Juanes

Best Rock Album By A Duo Or Group With Vocal
Con Todo Respeto - Molotov

Best Alternative Music Album
Street Signs - Ozomatli

Best Rock Song
Nada Valgo Sin Tu Amor - Juanes, songwriter (Juanes)

Best Salsa Album
Valió La Pena - Marc Anthony

Best Merengue Album
Saboréalo - Elvis Crespo

Best Contemporary Tropical Album
El Rock De Mi Pueblo - Carlos Vives

Best Traditional Tropical Album
Ahora Sí! - Cachao

Best Tropical Song
Las Avispas - Juan Luis Guerra

Best Ranchero Album
México En La Piel - Luis Miguel

Best Banda Album
En Vivo - Banda El Recodo De Cruz Lizárraga

Best Grupero Album
(These 2 tied)
Loca De Amar - Ana Bárbara
AND
Para El Pueblo - Oscar De La Rosa y La Mafia

Best Tejano Album
Polkas, Gritos y Acordeónes - David Lee Garza, Joel Guzman & Sunny Sauceda

Best Norteño Album
Diez - Intocable

Best Regional Mexican Song
Aire - Josué Contreras & Johnny Lee Rosas

Best Latin Jazz Album
Bebo De Cuba - Bebo Valdés

Best Music Video (1 song only)
Volverte A Ver - Juanes

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5th Annual Latin Grammy Awards
Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

September 1st 2004
This was the last telecast of the awards nationally in the United States in English with a CBS contract. Effective in 2005, the awards were announced in Spanish with an exclusive Spanish-language telecast.

Record Of The Year
"No Es Lo Mismo" - Alejandro Sanz

Album Of The Year
No Es Lo Mismo - Alejandro Sanz

Song Of The Year
"No Es Lo Mismo" - Alejandro Sanz

Best New Artist
Maria Rita

Best Female Pop Vocal Album
De Mil Colores - Rosario

Best Male Pop Vocal Album
No Es Lo Mismo - Alejandro Sanz

Best Pop Album By A Duo Or Group With Vocal
De Viaje - Sin Bandera

Best Urban Music Album
En Honor A La Verdad - Vico C

Best Rock Solo Vocal Album
Sí - Julieta Venegas

Best Rock Album By A Duo Or Group With Vocal
Libertad - La Ley

Best Alternative Music Album
Cuatro Caminos - Café Tacuba

Best Rock Song
"Eres" - Emmanuel Del Real (Café Tacuba)

Best Salsa Album
Regalo Del Alma - Celia Cruz

Best Merengue Album
Sin Desperdicio - Johnny Ventura

Best Contemporary Tropical Album
Albita Llegó - Albita

Best Traditional Tropical Album
Lágrimas Negras - Bebo Valdés y Diego El Cigala

Best Tropical Song
"Ríe y Llora" - Sergio George & Fernando Osorio (Celia Cruz)

Best Singer-Songwriter Album
Soraya - Soraya

Best Ranchero Album
En Vivo Juntos Por Ultima Vez - Vicente y Alejandro Fernández

Best Banda Album
Por Ti - Banda El Recodo de Cruz Lizárraga

Best Grupero Album
Cuando El Corazón Se Cruza - Alicia Villarreal

Best Tejano Album
Live En El Valle - Jimmy González y Grupo Mazz

Best Norteño Album
Pacto De Sangre - Los Tigres Del Norte

Best Regional Mexican Song
"Tu Amor O Tu Desprecio" - Marco Antonio Solís

Best Instrumental Album
Obrigado Brazil Live In Concert - Yo-Yo Ma

Best Folk Album
K - Kepa Junkera

Best Tango Album
Postangos En Vivo En Rosario - Gerardo Gandini

Best Flamenco Album
Cositas Buenas - Paco De Lucía

Best Latin Jazz Album
New Conceptions - Chucho Valdés

Best Christian Album (Spanish Language)
Recordando Otra Vez - Marcos Witt

Best Christian Album (Portuguese Language)
Fruto De Amor - Aline Barros

Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album
Carlinhos Brown Es Carlito Marrón - Carlinhos Brown

Best Brazilian Rock Album
Cosmotron - Skank

Best Samba/Pagode Album
Para Caymmi. De Nana, Dori e Danilo - Nana, Dori e Danilo

Best MPB (Musica Popular Brasileira) Album
Maria Rita - Maria Rita

Best Romantic Music Album
Brincadeira Tem Hora - Leonardo

Best Brazilian Roots/Regional Album
No Século XXI, No Pátio Do Forró - Banda De Pífanos De Caruaru

Best Brazilian Song (Portuguese Language)
"A Festa" - Milton Nascimento (Maria Rita)

Best Latin Children's Album
Niños Adorando 2 - Niños Adorando

Best Classical Album
Carmen Symphony - Orquestra Simfònica De Barcelona I Nacional De Catalunya & José Serebrier

Best Engineered Album
No Es Lo Mismo - Rafa Sardina (Alejandro Sanz)

Producer Of The Year
Javier Limón

Best Music Video
"Más y Más" - Robi Draco Rosa

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4th Annual Latin Grammy Awards
American Airlines Arena ~
Miami
September 3th 2003

Record Of The Year
"Es por ti" by Juanes

Album Of The Year
"Un Día Normal" by Juanes

Song Of The Year
"Es por ti", Juanes (Juanes)

Best New Artist
David Bisbal

Best Female Pop Vocal Album
"Sobrevivir", Olga Tañón

Best Male Pop Vocal Album
"Quizás", Enrique Iglesias

Best Pop Album By A Duo Or Group With Vocal
"Caraluna", Bacilos

Best Pop Instrumental Album
"Bajofondo Tango Club", Bajofondo Tango Club

Best Rap/Hip-Hop Album
"Emigrante", Orishas

Best Rock Solo Vocal Album
"Un día normal", Juanes

Best Rock Album By A Duo Or Group With Vocal
"Revolución de amor", Maná

Best Rock Song
"Mala Gente", Juanes (Juanes)

Best Salsa Album
"40 aniversario en vivo", El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico

Best Merengue Album
"Pienso así...", Milly Quezada.

Best Contemporary Tropical Album
"Mundo", Rubén Blades

Best Traditional Tropical Album
"Buenos hermanos", Ibrahim Ferrer

Best Tropical Song
"Mi primer millón", Sergio George y Jorge Villamizar (Bacilos)

Ranchero Album
35 Aniversario - Lo mejor de Agustín Lara, Vicente Fernández.

Best Banda Album
"Afortunado", Joan Sebastián.
Dennis Parker & José Angel Cabrera, engineers. Daniel Estevez T., engineer/mixer. Joan Sebástian, producer.

Best Grupero Album
"Qué sentirás?", Atrapado

Best Tejano Album
"Si me faltas tú", Jimmy González y El Grupo Mazz

Best Norteño Album
"La tercera es la vencida... eso!", Los Terribles del Norte

Best Regional Mexican Song
"Afortunado", Joan Sebastián (Joan Sebastián)

Best Folk Album
"Acústico", Mercedes Sosa.

Best Tango Album
"Homenaje a Piazzolla", Sexteto Mayor

Best Flamenco Album
"El corazón de mi gente", Pepe de Lucia

Best Latin Jazz Album
"Brazilian dreams", Paquito D'Rivera

Best Christian Album
"Sana Nuestra Tierra", Marcos Witt.

Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album
"Tribalistas", Tribalistas

Best Brazilian Rock Album
"Longo caminho", Os Paralamas do Sucesso.

Best Samba/Pagode Album
"Ao Vivo", Alcione

Best MPB (Música Popular Brasileira) Album
"Eu nao peço desculpa", Caetano Veloso e Jorge Mautner.

Best Sertaneja Album
"Zeze Di Camargo e Luciano", Zezé Di Camargo & Luciano.

Best Brazilian Roots/Regional Album
"Chegando de mansinho", Dominguinhos

Best Brazilian Song (Portuguese Language)
"Tristesse", Milton Nascimento (Milton Nascimento e Maria Rita Mariano)

Best Latin Children's Album
"Xuxa só para baixinhos 3", Xuxa

Best Classical Album
"Historia del soldado", Paquito D'Rivera

Best Engineered Album
"Revolución de amor", Benny Faccone (Maná)

Producer Of The Year
Bebu Silvetti

Best Music Video
"Frijolero", Molotov

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3rd Annual Latin Grammy Awards
Hollywood at the Kodak Theatre
September 18th 2002

Record Of The Year
Y Sólo Se Me Ocurre Amarte by Alejandro Sanz

Album Of The Year
MTV Unplugged by Alejandro Sanz

Song Of The Year
Y Sólo Se Me Ocurre Amarte (written and performed by Alejandro Sanz).

Best New Artist
Jorge Moreno

Best Female Pop Vocal Album
Muchas Flores by Rosario

Best Male Pop Vocal Album
Sereno by Miguel Bose

Best Pop Album By A Duo Or Group With Vocal
Sin Bandera by Sin Bandera

Best Pop Instrumental Album
Canciones Inéditas by Chucho Valdes

Best Rap/Hip-Hop Album
Vivo by Vico C

Best Rock Solo Vocal Album
Soy by Alejandra Guzman

Best Rock Album By A Duo Or Group With Vocal
MTV Unplugged by La Ley

Best Rock Song
A Dios Le Pido (written and performed by Juanes
Así Es La Vida (written by Reyli Barba & Rafael López; performed by Elefante)

Best Salsa Album
La Negra Tiene Tumbao by Celia Cruz

Best Merengue Album
Yo Por Ti by Olga Tañón

Best Contemporary Tropical Album
Déjame Entrar by Carlos Vives

Best Traditional Tropical Album
El Arte Del Sabor by Bebo Valdés Trio With Israel López "Cachao" & Carlos "Patato" Valdés

Best Tropical Song
Déjame Entrar (written by Andrés Castro, Martín Madera & Carlos Vives; performed by Carlos Vives)

Ranchero Album
Más Con El Número Uno by Vicente Fernández

Best Banda Album
Puras Rancheras Con Cuisillos by Banda Cuisillos

Best Grupero Album
Lo Dijo El Corazon by Joan Sebastian

Best Tejano Album
Siempre Humilde by Jimmy Gonzalez y El Grupo Mazz

Best Norteño Album
El Numero Cien by Ramon Ayala y Sus Bravos Del Norte

Best Regional Mexican Song
Del Otro Lado Del Porton (written by Freddie Martínez; performed by Ramon Ayala y Sus Bravos Del Norte)

Best Folk Album
Lamento Negro by Susana Baca

Best Tango Album
Sérgio & Odair Assad Play Piazzolla by Sérgio & Odair Assad

Best Flamenco Album
Mis 70 Años Con El Cante by Antonio Núñez El Chocolate

Best Latin Jazz Album
Supernova by Gonzalo Rubalcaba Trio

Best Christian Album
Paz – Ao Vivo by Padre Marcelo Rossi

Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album
Falange Canibal by Lenine

Best Brazilian Rock Album
Acústico MTV by Cássia Eller

Best Samba/Pagode Album
Deixa A Vida Me Levar by Zeca Pagodinho

Best MPB (Música Popular Brasileira) Album
Cambaio by Chico Buarque & Edu Lobo

Best Sertaneja Album
Acústico – Ao Vivo by Bruno & Marrone

Best Brazilian Roots/Regional Album
São João Vivo by Gilberto Gil

Best Brazilian Song (Portuguese Language)
Saudade De Amar (written by Dori Caymmi & Paulo César Pinheiro; performed by Nana Caymmi)

Best Latin Children's Album
Xuxa Só Para Baixinhos Vol 2 by Xuxa

Best Classical Album
Adiós Nonino - Quarteto Amazônia Toca Astor Piazzolla by Quarteto Amazônia

Best Engineered Album
Alexandre Pires (Andrés Bermúdez, Joel Numa & Silvio Richetto, engineers (Alexandre Pires)

Producer of the Year
Kike Santander

Best Music Video (1 song)
Suerte by Shakira (Francis Lawrence, video director; Tim Kerrison, video producer)

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2nd Annual Latin Grammy Awards
presented in Los Angeles, CA with a CBS national telecast September 11, 2001, but the telecast was cancelled because of terrorist attacks that morning in New York City, Arlington, Virginia, and Shanksville, Pennsylvania
.

Record of the Year
"El Alma Al Aire" — Alejandro Sanz

Album of the Year
El Alma Al Aire — Alejandro Sanz

Song of the Year
"El Alma Al Aire" — Alejandro Sanz

Best New Artist
Juanes

Female Pop Vocal Album
Mi Reflejo — Christina Aguilera

Male Pop Vocal Album
El Alma Al Aire — Alejandro Sanz

Duo or Group Pop Vocal Album
Duetos — Armando Manzanero

Pop Instrumental Album
This Side Of Paradise — Nestor Torres

Rap/Hip-Hop Album
Un Paso A La Eternidad — Sindicato Argentino del Hip Hop

Rock Solo Vocal Album
Fíjate Bien — Juanes

Rock Album By A Duo Or Group With Vocal
Gozo Poderoso — Aterciopelados

Best Rock Song
"Fijate Bien" — Juanes (songwriter and performer)

Salsa Album
Obra Maestra — Tito Puente and Eddie Palmieri

Merengue Album
...De Vuelta Al Barrio — Chichi Peralta

Contemporary Tropical Album
Siempre Viviré — Celia Cruz

Tropical Song
"Júrame (Merengue)" — Kike Santander (songwriter); Gisselle (performer)

Ranchero Album
Yo No Fui — Pedro Fernández

Banda Album
Contigo Por Siempre — Banda el Recodo

Grupero Album
Por Encima De Todo — Grupo Limite

Tejano Album
Quien Iba A Pensar — Jimmy González y El Grupo Mazz

Norteño Album
Quémame Los Ojos/Amigos Del Alma — Ramón Ayala y Sus Bravos Del Norte

Regional Mexican Song
"Borracho Te Recuerdo" — Jose Vaca Flores (songwriter); Vicente Fernandez (performer)

Folk Album
La Rumba Soy Yo — El All-Stars de La Rumba Cubana

Tango Album
Tango Fatal — Carlos Franzetti

Flamenco Album
Ciudad De Las Ideas — Vicente Amigo

Latin Jazz Album
Live At The Blue Note — Paquito D'Rivera Quintet

Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album
Memorias, Crônicas E Declarações De Amor — Marisa Monte

Brazilian Rock Album
3001 — Rita Lee

Samba/Pagode Album
Agua Da Minha Sede — Zeca Pagodinho

MPB (Musica Popular Brasileira) Album
Noites Do Norte — Caetano Veloso

Sertaneja Album
Semente Caipira — Pena Branca

Brazilian Roots/Regional Album
As Cancoes De Eu, Tu, Eles (Music From the film: Me You Them) — Gilberto Gil

Brazilian Song (Portuguese Language)
"Esperando Na Janela" — Raimundinho do Accordion, Targino Gondim & Manuca (songwriters); Gilberto Gil (performer)

Latin Children's Album
Cómo Estan Ustedes? — Miliki

Classical Album
Albeniz: Merlin — Carlos Alvarez, Placido Domingo, Jane Henschel, Ana Maria Martinez; Michael Haas (producer)

Engineered Album
Arrasando — Marcelo Anez, Gustavo Celis, Gordon Chinn, Charles Dye, Javier Garza, Mike Gouzauski, Sebastian Kyrs, Freddy Pinero, Jr., Eric Schilling, Joel Someilan, Ron Taylor, J. C. Ulloa and Robb Williams, engineers (Thalía)

Producer of the Year
K. C. Porter
Brujería — (King Chango)
"Cambia La Piel" — (Ricky Martin)
"El Santo" — (King Chango)
"Olympic Festival" — (Carlos Santana)
"Un Error De Los Grandes" — (Laura Pausini)
"Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche)" — (98 Degrees)

Best Music Video
"She Bangs" — Ricky Martin; Wayne Isham, video director

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1st Annual Latin Grammy Awards
Staples Center, Los Angeles, California
September 13th 2000

Record of the Year
"Corazón Espinado" — Santana featuring Maná

Album of the Year
Amarte Es Un Placer — Luis Miguel

Song of the Year
(awarded to the songwriter)
"Dímelo" — Marc Anthony
Marc Anthony, Robert Blades, Angie Chirino and Cory Rooney, songwriters

Best New Artist
Ibrahim Ferrer

Best Female Pop Vocal Performance
"Ojos Así" — Shakira

Best Male Pop Vocal Performance
"Tu Mirada" — Luis Miguel

Best Pop Duo or Group with Vocal Performance
"Se Me Olvidó Otra Vez" — Maná

Best Pop Instrumental Performance
"El Farol" — Santana

Best Pop Vocal Album
Amarte Es Un Placer — Luis Miguel

Best Female Rock Vocal Performance
"Octavo Día" — Shakira

Best Male Rock Vocal Performance
"Al Lado del Camino" — Fito Páez

Best Rock Duo or Group with Vocal Performance
"Corazón Espinado" — Santana featuring Maná

Best Rock Song
songwriters award
"Al Lado del Camino" — Fito Páez
songwriter: Fito Paez

Best Rock Album
Revés/Yo Soy — Café Tacuba
producers: Café Tacuba and Gustavo Santaolalla,

Best Salsa Performance
Celia Cruz and Friends: A Night of Salsa — Celia Cruz

Best Merengue Performance
Ni Es Lo Mismo Ni Es Igual — Juan Luis Guerra

Best Traditional Tropical Performance
Mambo Birdland — Tito Puente

Best Tropical Song
songwriters award

"El Niágara en Bicicleta" - Juan Luis Guerra
songwriter: Juan Luis Guerra

Best Ranchero Performance
Mi Verdad — Alejandro Fernández

Best Banda Performance
Lo Mejor De Mi Vida — Banda el Recodo

Best Grupero Performance
En La Madrugada se Fue — Los Temerarios

Best Tejano Performance
Por Eso Te Amo — Los Palominos

Best Norteño Performance
Herencia de Familia — Los Tigres del Norte

Best Regional Song
songwriters award

"Mi Verdad" — Alejandro Fernández
songwriter; Kike Santander

Best Folk Album
Misa Criolla — Mercedes Sosa

Best Tango Album
Postales del Alma — Lito Vitale & Juan Carlos Baglietto

Best Flamenco Album
Paris 87 — Camarón and Tomatito

Best Jazz Album
Spain — Michel Camilo & Tomatito (tie)
Tropicana Nights — Paquito D'Rivera (tie)

Best Contemporary Pop Album
Crooner — Milton Nascimento

Best Brazilian Rock Album
Acústico MTV — Os Paralamas do Sucesso

Best Samba/Pagode Album
Zeca Pagodinho ao Vivo — Zeca Pagodinho

Best MPB (Musica Popular Brasileira)
Livro — Caetano Veloso

Best Sertaneja Album
Sérgio Reis e Convidados — Sérgio Reis

Best Brazilian Roots/Regional Album
Pixinguinha — Paulo Moura e os Batutas

Best Brazilian Song
(songwriter award)

"Acelerou" — Djavan, songwriter

Best Latin Chidren's Album
A Mis Niños de 30 Años — Miliki
producers: José Morato & Oscar Gómez,

Best Classical Album
La Dolores - Tomás Bretón — Antoni Ros Marbá, Elisabete Matos, Manuel Lanza, Plácido Domingo & Tito Beltrán
Michael Haas, producer

Best Engineered Album
Ni Es Lo Mismo Ni Es Igual — Juan Luis Guerra
Carlos Álvarez, Mike Couzzi, Bolívar Gómez, Miguel Hernández, Luis Mansilla, Carlos Ordehl, Eric Ramos, July Ruiz, and Eric Schilling, engineers

Producer of the Year
Emilio Estefan Jr.

Music Video
Douglas Friedman, producer, Emilio Estefan Jr., director

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OTHER AWARDS ~ THE WINNERS

METEOR IRELAND M.A. .. SPBGMA M.A .. GRAMMY AWARDS .. BRIT AWARDS

SHOCKWAVE NME M.A. .. WORLD MUSIC AWARDS.. IRAW MUSIC AWARDS ..

IVOR NOVELLO AWARDS .. KERRANG! AWARDS .. MTV VIDEO M.A . .CMT M.A

Q AWARDS . . A.R.I.A MUSIC AWARDS .. MTV EUROPEAN M.A .. AMERICAN M.A

.. SOUL TRAIN AWARDS ...LATIN GRAMMY AWARDS ... BILLBOARD M.A.


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