BMI Congratulates the Winners of the 2013 Latin GRAMMYs

Posted in News on November 25, 2013
Pictured L-R: Carlos Vives and Sergio George
Pictured L-R: Carlos Vives and Sergio George

The 14th annual Latin GRAMMY Awards took place at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas on November 21, with the broadcast airing live on Univision.

Even the rain, which flooded out the green carpet, couldn’t dampen the mood of Latin music’s biggest stars. It was a triumphant moment, particularly for members of the Broadcast Music, Inc. Latin roster, who took home the lion’s share of awards. Colombian superstar Carlos Vives and salsa hitmaker Sergio George each clinched three awards - more than any other person nominated.

Read our recent interviews with both Vives and George where they discuss their greatest inspirations and the phenomenal year they’ve both had in music.

Join us in congratulating all of our Latin GRAMMY winners, listed below, in alphabetical order.

Alex Campos
Best Christian Album (Spanish Language), Regreso a Ti

Alex Cuba
Best Short Form Music Video, “Eres Tu”

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

Andres Cepeda
Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album, Lo Mejor Que Hay En Mi Vida

Best Alternative Song, “Pena en mi Corazón”
Best Instrumental Album, Presente

Banda Los Recoditos
Best Banda Album, El Free

Cachorro Lopez
Best Rock Song,”Creo Que Me Enamoré”

Caetano Veloso
Best Singer-Songwriter Album (Solo Artists or Duos), Abraçaço

Carlos Franzetti
Best Classical Contemporary Composition, “Zingaros”

Carlos Vives
Song of the Year, “Volví a Nacer”
Best Tropical Fusion Album, Corazón Profundo
Best Tropical Song, “Volví a Nacer”

David Lee Garza
Best Tejano Album, Just Friends

Eddie Palmieri
Lifetime Achievement Award

Edgar Barrera
Best Engineered Album, Kany García

Javier Garza
Best Engineered Album, Kany García

Juan Luis Guerra
Best Contemporary Tropical Album, Asondeguerra Tour

La Original Banda el Limón de Salvador Lizárraga
Best Banda Album, La Original y sus Boleros de Amor

La Vida Bohème
Best Rock Album,Será

Michel Camilo
Best Latin Jazz Album, What’s Up?

Oscar D’León
Lifetime Achievement Award

Pitbull featuring Papayo
Best Urban Performance, “Manos Pa’rriba”

Sergio George
Record of the Year, “Vivir Mi Vida” (performed by Marc Anthony)
Best Salsa Album, Sergio George Presents Salsa Giants
Producer of the Year


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