Latin winners in the history of the grammy awards

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Latin winners in the history of the grammy awards
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The Latin blood has also triumphed in the American Grammy! Meet here who have won this important Anglo-Saxon musical award.

TOP 45:
Ozomatli (2001)
Ozomatli (2001)
The award for best Latin and alternative rock album went to Ozomatli with "Embrace The Chaos."

TOP 44:
Flaco Jim茅nez (1986, 1995, 1998)
Flaco Jim茅nez (1986, 1995, 1998)
El Flaco would take the prize in the line of best Mexican-American interpretation for "Ay I leave you in San Antonio". In 1995 the box of best Mexican-American / Texan interpretation was awarded with "Flaco Jim茅nez". El Flaco won the award for the third time but this time in the box of best interpretation of Texan music with "Said And Done" in 1998.


TOP 43:
Marlow Rosado and La Riquela - Quetzal (2013)
Marlow Rosado and La Riquela - Quetzal (2013)
The prize for the best Latin, urban or alternative rock album went to "Imaginaries" by Quetzal, while the award for best Latin tropical album was taken by "Retro" by Marlow Rosado and La Riquela.

TOP 42:
Arturo Sandoval (2013)
Arturo Sandoval (2013)
The Cuban musician Arturo Sandoval took the Grammy to the best jazz Big Band album for "Dear Diz (Every Day I Think Of You) and The Clare Fischer Latin Jazz Big Band won the best Latin jazz album, for" Rhythm".

TOP 41:
Los Lobos (1983, 1989)
Los Lobos (1983, 1989)
Los Lobos with "Anselma" took the Grammy to the best Mexican-American interpretation. The group conquered its second Grammy in the best Mexican-American interpretation box for "The Gun and the Heart" in 1989.


TOP 40:
Vikki Carr (1991, 1994)
Vikki Carr (1991, 1994)
Vikki Carr would get the Grammy in the best Latin pop album line for "Things of Love". Carr won his second statuette in the line of best Mexican-American interpretation with "I remember Javier Solis" in 1994.

TOP 39:
Mongo Santamar铆a (1977)
Mongo Santamar铆a (1977)
Mongo Santamar铆a: In 1977 the best Latin recording of the Grammy would fall into the hands of the late percussionist, arranger and conductor Mongo Santamaria for "Dawn".

TOP 38:
Elvis Crespo (1999)
Elvis Crespo (1999)
In 1999 the category of best merengue performance was awarded, which went to Elvis Crespo for "Paint me".


TOP 37:
The Mafia (1996, 1997)
The Mafia (1996, 1997)
In the line of best Mexican-American interpretation, in 1996 the La Mafia group won "A million roses". The Mafia won for the second time in a row in the best Mexican-American / Texan interpretation for "In your hands" in 1997.

TOP 36:
Pepe Aguilar (2000)
Pepe Aguilar (2000)
The prize for the best Mexican-American album went to Pepe Aguilar for "For a pretty woman"

TOP 35:
Lila Downs (2013)
Lila Downs (2013)
The golden gramophone in the field of best Mexican regional music album went to Lila Downs for "Pecados y milagros"


TOP 34:
Eddie Palmieri (1975, 1976, 1984, 1987, 2000)
Eddie Palmieri (1975, 1976, 1984, 1987, 2000)
Eddie Palmieri: In 1975 the album "The Sun of Latin Music" became the first Hispanic production to win a Grammy award in the best Latin recording category. Then in 1976, the Puerto Rican musician would win again in the same line with the album entitled "Unfinished Masterpiece". In 1987, Eddie Palmieri got his fourth Grammy in the category of best Latin tropical interpretation with "The truth" Eddie Palmieri would win his third Grammy in 1984, but this time in the line of best Latin tropical interpretation for "Palo pa rumba". In 2000, Eddie Palmieri & Tito Puente won their first Grammy together in the best salsa album line with "Masterpiece / Masterpiece".

TOP 33:
Jon Secada (1992, 1995)
Jon Secada (1992, 1995)
In 1992, Jon Secada took the Grammy in the best Latin pop album category, for "Another day without seeing you". In 1995, Secada won for the second time in the line of best Latin pop performance with "Amor"

TOP 32:
Intocable and Alejandro Sanz (2012)
Intocable and Alejandro Sanz (2012)
In 2012 the best northern album was for "Classic" by Intocable, while Sanz conquered the best Latin pop album with "Paradise Express".

TOP 31:
Tito Puente (1978, 1983, 1999, 2000)
Tito Puente (1978, 1983, 1999, 2000)
Tito Puente: In 1978, the remembered percussionist won the Grammy in the category for best Latin recording for "Homage to Beny More". In 1983 he won in the best Latin tropical interpretation line with "On Broadway. In 1999, Tito Puente won the second Grammy of his career by conquering the best Latin tropical interpretation line with" Mambo Birdland. "Eddie Palmieri & Tito Puente, in In 2000, they won their first Grammy together in the best salsa album line with "Masterpiece / Masterpiece".


TOP 30:
Marc Anthony, Ozomatli, Rub茅n Blades & The Spanish Harlem Orchestra and Intocable (2004)
Marc Anthony, Ozomatli, Rub茅n Blades & The Spanish Harlem Orchestra and Intocable (2004)
Marc Anthony, Ozomatli, Rub茅n Blades & The Spanish Harlem Orchestra and Intocable: In 2004 Marc Anthony won his second Grammy in his career by winning the best Latin pop album category with "Amar no lies". Meanwhile, Ozomatli again conquered for the second time the line of best Latin and alternative rock album for "Street Signs". The best salsa and merengue album was "Across 110th Street" by Rub茅n Blades & The Spanish Harlem Orchestra, while Intocable earned his first Grammy in the best album box for "Intimately."

TOP 29:
The North Tigers (1987)
The North Tigers (1987)
In 1987, Los Tigres del Norte, won the award in the line of best Mexican-American interpretation for "Thank you !.

TOP 28:
Carlos Vives (2001)
Carlos Vives (2001)
Carlos Vives conquered the best traditional Latin tropical traditional album with "Let me in"

TOP 27:
Man谩, Pepe Aguilar and Los Tigres del Norte
Man谩, Pepe Aguilar and Los Tigres del Norte
In 2011 the best Latin, rock or urban pop album went to Man谩, who won a Grammy for the fourth time. For his part, Pepe Aguilar was again awarded the award in the category of best Mexican or Texan regional album with "Bicentennial", adding his fourth megaphone in his career. Finally, Los Tigres Del Norte took their fifth Grammy with "Los Tigres del Norte and Friends" in the best band or northern album category.

TOP 26:
Joan Sebastian, Bacilos, Man谩 and Celia Cruz (2002)
Joan Sebastian, Bacilos, Man谩 and Celia Cruz (2002)
Joan Sebastian, Bacilos, Man谩 and Celia Cruz: In 2002, the Grammy for the best Mexican-American album conquered it, for the first time, Joan Sebastian for "The Heart said It", while Bacilos took the prize for the best Latin pop album with "Caraluna ". Man谩 achieved his second Grammy in the best Latin and alternative rock album line with "Revolution of love", Meanwhile, Celia Cruz won her second Grammy in her career by winning in the best salsa album category with "Black has tumbao ".


TOP 25:
Olga Ta帽贸n (2000, 2001)
Olga Ta帽贸n (2000, 2001)
the best meringue album was for Olga Ta帽贸n with "Olga viva, viva Olga". In 2001, he would win again for the second time in a row in the best Meringue album Olga Ta帽贸n with "Yo por ti".

TOP 24:
Juanes (2013)
Juanes (2013)
The Colombian Juanes won the Grammy for best Latin pop album for "MTV Unplugged Deluxe Edition"

TOP 23:
Jos茅 Feliciano (1983, 1986, 1989)
Jos茅 Feliciano (1983, 1986, 1989)
In 1983, Feliciano won the best Latin pop performance category with "I fell in love". He also won a second statuette in the category of best Latin tropical interpretation for "Le lo lai" in 1986. Feliciano reached his third prize in 1989 with "Cielito lindo" in the best Latin pop performance line.

TOP 22:
The Fabulous Cadillacs (1997)
The Fabulous Cadillacs (1997)
In 1997 he was awarded a Grammy for the best Latin and alternative rock interpretation. The Fabulous Cadillacs were the winners of this new category for "Fabulous Skulls".

TOP 21:
Placido Domingo (1984, 1999)
Placido Domingo (1984, 1999)
The tenor Pl谩cido Domingo won the award in the category of best Latin pop performance for "Always In My Heart". In 1999, Pl谩cido Domingo obtained his second statuette, this time in the box of best Mexican-American interpretation with "100 years of Mariachi"


TOP 20:
Vicente Fern谩ndez, La Quinta Estaci贸n, Luis Enrique, Los Tigres Del Norte and Lupillo Rivera (2009)
Vicente Fern谩ndez, La Quinta Estaci贸n, Luis Enrique, Los Tigres Del Norte and Lupillo Rivera (2009)
In 2009 the best Mexican regional album was "I need you" by Vicente Fern谩ndez, who won his first Grammy, as well as La Quinta Estaci贸n, but in the best Latin pop album category for "Sin brakes". For its part, Calle 13 won its second Grammy in the Latin, alternative or urban rock album line with "Those from behind come with me." Meanwhile, Luis Enrique won his first Grammy for best Latin tropical album with "Ciclos". Los Tigres Del Norte won again as the best northern album with "Tu noche con ...", adding their fourth statuette in their career, and Lupillo Rivera won his first award as best band album with "Tu slave and master"

TOP 19:
Luis Miguel and Sheena Easton (1984, 1993, 1994, 1997)
Luis Miguel and Sheena Easton (1984, 1993, 1994, 1997)
The Mexican singer Luis Miguel was crowned with his first Grammy in the category of best Mexican-American interpretation with "I like you as you are", performed in duet with the British singer Sheena Easton. In 1993, Luis Miguel reached his second Grammy, but this time in the line of best Latin pop album with "Aries". Luis Miguel took the fourth Grammy of his career by winning the best Latin pop performance for "Romance" in 1997. Luis Miguel's "Second Romance" won his third Grammy in 1994 in the category of best Latin pop performance.

TOP 18:
Rub茅n Blades (1986, 1988, 1996, 1999)
Rub茅n Blades (1986, 1988, 1996, 1999)
Rub茅n Blades won the Grammy for his interpretation of "Scenes" and in 1988 he won his second grammy for the best Latin tropical performance with "Antecedent." In 1996, Blades won the best Latin tropical interpretation for "The Rose of the Winds." And in 1999, the Grammy for the best Latin pop performance was taken by Rub茅n Blades with "Times"

TOP 17:
Julio Iglesias (1987)
Julio Iglesias (1987)
Julio Iglesias conquered the Grammy in the category of best Latin pop performance for "Un hombre solo".

TOP 16:
Juan Luis Guerra (1991)
Juan Luis Guerra (1991)
In 1991 the "Bachata rosa" by Juan Luis Guerra 4.40 won the award in the category of best Latin tropical album


TOP 15:

Roberto Carlos (1988)

Roberto Carlos (1988)
In 1988, the Brazilian Roberto Carlos won his first Grammy in the best Latin pop performance category for "Roberto Carlos"

TOP 14:

Gloria Estefan (1993, 1995, 2000)

Gloria Estefan (1993, 1995, 2000)
Gloria Estefan won the Grammy for best Latin tropical album for "Mi Tierra". In 1995 a second Grammy came to Gloria Estefan in the category of best Latin tropical interpretation with "Opening doors". Gloria Estefan was successful in 2000 for the third time by conquering the best Latin tropical album category with "Caribbean Soul".

TOP 13:

Calle 13, Alejandro Sanz, Juan Luis Guerra, Pepe Aguilar, Los Tigres Del Norte and El Chapo (2007)

Calle 13, Alejandro Sanz, Juan Luis Guerra, Pepe Aguilar, Los Tigres Del Norte and El Chapo (2007)
In 2007 the best Latin urban album was "Resident or visitor" from Calle 13, while Alejandro Sanz won the best Latin album category with "The Train of the Moments." The Grammy as the best Latin tropical album was first conquered by Juan Luis Guerra. For his part, Pepe Aguilar again won the coveted award, for the third time, winning the best Mexican-American album for "100% Mexican." Finally, Los Tigres del Norte won for the second time with the best northern album for "Details and emotions", and El Chapo obtained his first Grammy for best band album for "You will like it".

TOP 12:

The Law (2000)

The Law (2000)
The Chilean group La Ley won best Latin and alternative rock album with "Uno"

TOP 11:

Mana (1998)

Mana (1998)
In 1998, the best interpretation of Latin and alternative rock was won by Man谩 with "Liquid Dreams".


TOP 10:

Pepe Aguilar, Julieta Venegas, Ricardo Arjona, Man谩, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Los Tigres Del Norte and Joan Sebastian (2006)

Pepe Aguilar, Julieta Venegas, Ricardo Arjona, Man谩, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Los Tigres Del Norte and Joan Sebastian (2006)
In 2006, "Historias De Mi Tierra" by Pepe Aguilar, added the second statuette in his career. The Grammy for the best Latin pop album was taken by Julieta Venegas with "Lim贸n y sal", while Ricardo Arjona conquered, for the first time, the category for the best Latin pop album with "Adentro". Meanwhile, Man谩 with "Amar es combat" won the award for the third time by winning in the best Latin and alternative rock album or urban album. The best Latin tropical album was "Direct to the Heart" by Gilberto Santa Rosa, who won his first Grammy, like Los Tigres del Norte but in the best northern album box for "Stories to Tell." Finally, Joan Sebastian again won a Grammy, the third in his career, this time in the best band album category for "Beyond the Sun".

TOP 9:

Alejandro Sanz, Caf茅 Tacuba, Celia Cruz and Joan Sebastian (2003)

Alejandro Sanz, Caf茅 Tacuba, Celia Cruz and Joan Sebastian (2003)
Alejandro Sanz, Caf茅 Tacuba, Celia Cruz and Joan Sebastian: In 2003 the best Latin pop album was "It's not the same" by Alejandro Sanz. The Mexican group Caf茅 Tacuba conquered its first Grammy in the best Latin and alternative rock album category with "Cuatro camino". For his part, Celia Cruz took his third Grammy to win in the best salsa and merengue album for "Gift of the Soul", while Joan Sebastian was the winner for the second time in a row in the best Mexican-American album with "Lucky".

TOP 8:

Ricky Martin (1998)

Ricky Martin (1998)
In 1998, the best Latin pop performance was for Ricky Martin with "Vuelve".

TOP 7:

Marc Anthony (1998)

Marc Anthony (1998)
Puerto Rican Marc Anthony won his first Grammy in the best Latin tropical interpretation line with "Contra la Current".

TOP 6:

Celia Cruz and Ray Barreto (1989)

Celia Cruz and Ray Barreto (1989)
The "guarachera of the world", Celia Cruz won the Grammy in the category of best Latin tropical interpretation with "Rhythm in the heart" with Ray Barretto.


TOP 5:

Enrique Iglesias (1996)

Enrique Iglesias (1996)
In 1996, the Grammy for the best Latin pop performance went to Enrique Iglesias for "Enrique Iglesias"

TOP 4:

Laura Pausini, Shakira, Willy Chirino and Luis Miguel (2005)

Laura Pausini, Shakira, Willy Chirino and Luis Miguel (2005)
Laura Pausini, Shakira, Willy Chirino and Luis Miguel: In 2005 the best Latin pop album was "Listen" by Laura Pausini, while Shakira took the Grammy to the best alternative Latin rock album with "Fixation oral vol. 1". For his part, Willy Chirino conquered the best salsa and merengue album with "Son del alma", and Luis Miguel won the fifth Grammy in his career with the album "En la piel".

TOP 3:

Juanes, Wisin and Yandel, Jos茅 Feliciano, Los Tigres Del Norte and Joan Sebastian (2008)

Juanes, Wisin and Yandel, Jos茅 Feliciano, Los Tigres Del Norte and Joan Sebastian (2008)
In 2008 the best Latin pop album was "La vida ... Es un ratico" by Juanes, while Wisin and Yandel achieved their first Grammy in the best Latin urban album category with "Los extraterrestres". The best Latin tropical album was "Se帽or bachata" by Jos茅 Feliciano, who added the fourth Grammy of his career. On the other hand, Los Tigres del Norte won for the third time with the award for best northern album with "Ra铆ces", and Joan Sebastian won his fourth Grammy by winning the best band album.

TOP 2:

Selena (1993)

Selena (1993)
Selena won the award in the best Mexican-American album category for "Live"

TOP 1:

Shakira (2000)

Shakira (2000)
Shakira won the Grammy in the category of best pop album with "Shakira - MTV Unplugged".