Latin Grammy Award

  • latin grammy award
    20th annual latin grammy awards
    latingrammylogo.jpg
    awarded foroutstanding achievements in the latin music industry, primarily for works recorded in either spanish or portuguese
    countryunited states
    presented bylatingrammy.com/en
    television/radio coverage
    networkcbs (2000–2004
    univision (2005–present
    most recent latin grammy award winners
    ← 2017-18 best in 2018-19 2018-19 →
      rosalia 2019-portrait.jpg alejandro sanz - cap roig 2016.jpg
    award album of the year record of the year
    winner rosalía
    (el mal querer)
    alejandro sanz and camila cabello
    ("mi persona favorita")
      pedro capó en concierto.jpg
    award song of the year best new artist
    winner pedro capó, gabriel edgar gonzález pérez, and george noriega
    ("calma")
    nella

    previous record of the year

    "telefonía"

    record of the year

    tbd

    a latin grammy award is an award by the latin recording academy to recognize outstanding achievement in the latin music industry. the latin grammy honors works produced anywhere around the world that were recorded in either spanish or portuguese and is awarded in the united states.[1] submissions of products recorded in regional languages from latin america and iberia of hispanophone or lusophone countries such as catalan, basque, galician, valencian, nahuatl, guarani, quechua or mayan may also be considered.[2] both the regular grammy award and the latin grammy award have similar nominating and voting processes, in which the selections are decided by peers within the latin music industry.

    the first annual latin grammys ceremony was held at the staples center in los angeles on september 13, 2000. broadcast by cbs, that first ceremony became the first primarily spanish language primetime program carried on an english-language american television network. the most-recent ceremony, the 19th annual latin grammy awards, was held on november 15, 2018 at the mgm grand garden arena in las vegas, nevada. the upcoming 20th annual latin grammy awards will be held on november 14, 2019 at the mgm grand garden arena in las vegas.

    since 2005, the awards are broadcast in the united states by the television network univision.[3] in 2013, 9.8 million people watched the latin grammy awards on univision, making the channel a top-three network for the night in the u.s.[4]

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Latin Grammy Award
20th Annual Latin Grammy Awards
Latingrammylogo.JPG
Awarded forOutstanding achievements in the Latin music industry, primarily for works recorded in either Spanish or Portuguese
CountryUnited States
Presented bylatingrammy.com/en
Television/radio coverage
NetworkCBS (2000–2004
Univision (2005–present
Most recent Latin Grammy Award winners
← 2017-18 Best in 2018-19 2018-19 →
  Rosalia 2019-portrait.jpg Alejandro Sanz - Cap Roig 2016.jpg
Award Album of the Year Record of the Year
Winner Rosalía
(El Mal Querer)
Alejandro Sanz and Camila Cabello
("Mi Persona Favorita")
  Pedro Capó en concierto.jpg
Award Song of the Year Best New Artist
Winner Pedro Capó, Gabriel Edgar González Pérez, and George Noriega
("Calma")
Nella

Previous Record of the Year

"Telefonía"

Record of the Year

TBD

A Latin Grammy Award is an award by The Latin Recording Academy to recognize outstanding achievement in the Latin music industry. The Latin Grammy honors works produced anywhere around the world that were recorded in either Spanish or Portuguese and is awarded in the United States.[1] Submissions of products recorded in regional languages from Latin America and Iberia of Hispanophone or Lusophone countries such as Catalan, Basque, Galician, Valencian, Nahuatl, Guarani, Quechua or Mayan may also be considered.[2] Both the regular Grammy Award and the Latin Grammy Award have similar nominating and voting processes, in which the selections are decided by peers within the Latin music industry.

The first annual Latin Grammys ceremony was held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on September 13, 2000. Broadcast by CBS, that first ceremony became the first primarily Spanish language primetime program carried on an English-language American television network. The most-recent ceremony, the 19th Annual Latin Grammy Awards, was held on November 15, 2018 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The upcoming 20th Annual Latin Grammy Awards will be held on November 14, 2019 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

Since 2005, the awards are broadcast in the United States by the television network Univision.[3] In 2013, 9.8 million people watched the Latin Grammy Awards on Univision, making the channel a top-three network for the night in the U.S.[4]