Carlos Vives
Natalia Lafourcade
Jazz
Ozuna
Rosalía
Fito Páez
Residente
Latin Grammy Award
Los Tigres Del Norte
Rubén Blades
Música Popular Brasileira
João Bosco
Bad Bunny
El Guincho
J Balvin
Mon Laferte
Latin Grammy Award for Best Portuguese Language Song
Latin Grammy Award for Best Portuguese Language Roots Album
Reggaeton
Alejandro Sanz
Latin Grammy Award for Best Latin Children's Album
Paula Fernandes
Latin Grammy Award for Best Portuguese Language Rock or Alternative Album
Latin Grammy Award for Best Urban Fusion/Performance
Latin Grammy Award for Best Samba/Pagode Album
Travis Scott
Latin Grammy Award for Best Urban Song
Emicida
Latin Grammy Award for Best Portuguese Language Contemporary Pop Album
Latin Grammy Award for Best Sertaneja Music Album
Alejandro Fernández
Alex Campos
Kany García
Yo X Ti, Tu X Mi
Latin Grammy Award for Best Tango Album
Latin Grammy Award for Best Ranchero/Mariachi Album
Latin Grammy Award for Best Regional Mexican Song
iLe
Latin Grammy Award for Best Engineered Album
Latin Grammy Award for Best Flamenco Album
Latin Grammy Award for Best Tropical Song
Latin Grammy Award for Best Traditional Tropical Album
Daniel Santacruz
Latin Grammy Award for Best Singer-Songwriter Album
Cláudio Jorge
Latin Jazz
Flamenco
Susana Baca
La Mafia
Debi Nova
Spanish
Latin Grammy Award for Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album
Norteño
Jorge Celedón
Latin Grammy Award for Best Alternative Song
Cali & El Dandee
Latin Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Album
Chiquis
Latin Grammy Award for Best Pop/Rock Album
Aline Barros
Latin Music
Macaco
Portuguese
Latin Grammy Award for Best Christian Album (Spanish Language)
Latin Grammy Award for Best Banda Album
Eddy Herrera
Bachata
Latin Grammy Award for Best Urban Music Album
Ricky Martin
Fernando Lopez
La Lupe
Andrés Cepeda
Pedro Capó
George Noriega
Toninho Horta
Cultura Profética
Latin Grammy Award for Best Long Form Music Video
Grupo Niche
Brazil
Pop Rock
Merengue Music
Tony Maserati
Art Director
Latin Grammy Award for Producer of the Year
Samba
Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album
Orquesta Aragón
El Mundo
Traditional Pop Music
Afro-Peruvian
Belo Horizonte
Bob Marley
San Juan
Lorenzo Ferrero
Sebastián Yatra Stoessel
La Flor de la Canela
Sérgio Mendes
Hip Hop Music
Mas Que Nada
Karol G
Latin Grammy Award for Best Salsa Album
Rio de Janeiro
Mariana Aydar
Latin Grammy Award for Best Tejano Album
Three Little Birds
Becky G Discography
Sete Lagoas
Biutiful
María Romagosa
All-Female Band
Felipe Montoya
Daniel Minimalia
Sam Pilafian
Molotov
Céu
Terra
Latin Grammy Award for Best Recording Package
Anitta
Latin Grammy Award for Best Classical Album
Latin Grammy Award for Best Folk Album
Latin Grammy Award for Best Classical Contemporary Composition
Antonio Rey
Paulina Rubio
Latin Grammy Award for Best Short Form Music Video
Andrés Torres
Latin Grammy Award for Record of the Year
Tango
Latin Grammy Award for Album of the Year
Luis Fonsi
Latin Grammy Award for Song of the Year
Fonseca
Latin Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album
20Th Annual Latin Grammy Awards
Pausa
Latin Grammy Award for Best Rock Song
Latin Grammy Award for Best Rock Album
Latin Grammy Award for Best New Artist
Francisco Bosco
Kinto Sol
Mastering
Associação Fonográfica Portuguesa
Mexico City

2020 Latin Grammy Awards: Complete Winners List

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The Latin Grammy Awards took place on Thursday, Nov. 19 awarding the year's top artists in Latin music. Featuring mostly video acceptances and a limited red carpet, performers did take the stage and wowed. Among the highlights: J Balvin (pictured) performing "Rojo" under a sculpture of two hands coming together (the piece weighed 2.6 tons […]
The Latin Grammy Awards took place on Thursday, Nov. 19 awarding the year's top artists in Latin music. Featuring mostly video acceptances and a limited red carpet, performers did take the stage and wowed. Among the highlights: J Balvin (pictured) performing "Rojo" under a sculpture of two hands coming together (the piece weighed 2.6 tons and required two trucks to transport); Karol G delivering "Tusa" backed by al all-female band; Sebastián Yatra, joined by Guaynaa, performing "Chica Ideal" and Bob Marley's "Three Little Birds"; Bad Bunny beamed in from San Juan, Puerto Rico to sing "Bichiyal" and "Si Veo A Tu Mamá"; and Anitta putting her spin on Sergio Mendes' "Mas Que Nada" from her home city of Río de Janeiro, followed by her own "Me Gusta."

Winners include Spanish singer Rosalía, who took home album of the year last year, and picked up a trio of trophies on Thursday night: best urban song and best urban fusion performance for "Yo X Ti, Tu X Mi" (both with Ozuna) and best short form music video for "TKN," featuring rapper Travis Scott. Natalia Lafourcade won album of the year for "Un Canto por México, Vol. 1"; "Contigo" by Alejandro Sanz for record of the year; and song of the year went to Residente for "René."

The 2020 edition of the Latin Grammys also introduced a best Reggaeton performance cateogory for the first time. The honor went to Bad Bunny for "Yo Perreo Sola."

See the full list of winners below:

Record of the Year:

"Contigo" – Alejandro Sanz

Album of the Year:

Natalia Lafourcade – Un Canto por México, Vol. 1

Song of the Year:

"René" – Residente, songwriter

Best New Artist:

Mike Bahía

Best Pop Vocal Album:

Pausa – Ricky Martin

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album:

Compadres – Andrés Cepeda & Fonseca

Best Pop Song:

"TuTu" – Camilo, Jon Leone & Richi López, songwriters (Camilo & Pedro Capó)

Best Urban Fusion/Performance:

"Yo x Ti Tu x Mi" –…
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