No doubt whether it is the Grammy Awards, Emmy Awards, Music Video Awards, Best Country Awards or any other awards, there will always be winners and losers in each category. Here is a list of winners for the Best Latin Pop Album, Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album, Best Regional Mexican Music Album, and Best Tropical Latin Album.
Best Latin Pop Album
Juanes is no stranger to the Grammys, winning his first Grammy in the category of Best New Artist for his album Fijate Bien back in 2000. His success did not stop there and continued to be recognized for his music by receiving eight other Grammy nominations and six awards as well. An artist would also want to share their success not only in their native language, but also do a crossover album to English and be able to reach many more fans. There is no doubt that Juanes made this move was a success. He was born in Medellin, Columbia and is the winner of the Best Latin Pop Album.
Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album
Stories are a way to talk about things that happen whether it is good, bad, or indifferent. The Quetzal band brings their songs to life about social, political, cultural and musical of people going through struggles. Like many artists, family is very important to them and some songs are even about their own family. This year, the Quetzal band won the Grammy for the Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album category.
Best Regional Mexican Music Album
Stereotypically, women are not as well respected in some industries or even in the workplace, even though most people think they should be. Lila Downs beat out many male nominees and was able to win the Grammy for the Best Regional Mexican Music Album.
Best Tropical Latin Album
Music is no stranger to the winner of the Best Tropical Latin Album, Marlow Rosado Y La Riqueña working as a producer, composer, and pianist, among other musical genres. When making an album working with outside people is crucial because they can make the album a really great success.