Latin American Music Awards

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The Latin American Music Awards (Latin AMAs) is an annual American music award that is presented by Telemundo. It is the Spanish-language counterpart of the American Music Awards (AMAs) produced by the Dick Clark Productions.[1] As with AMAs, the Latin AMAs are determined by a poll of the public and music buyers. The first Latin AMAs debuted on October 8, 2015 and was hosted by Lucero.[2]

Latin American Music Awards
Latin American Music Awards of 2019
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Awarded forOutstanding achievements for artists in the Latin music industry.
CountryUnited States
Presented byTelemundo
First awarded2015
Most awardsEnrique Iglesias (13) CNCO (12)
Most nominationsJ Balvin (24)
WebsiteOfficial website

CeremoniesEdit

# Year Host Venue
01 2015 Latin American Music Awards Lucero Dolby Theatre
02 2016 Latin American Music Awards
03 2017 Latin American Music Awards Diego Boneta and Becky G
04 2018 Latin American Music Awards Becky G, Gloria Trevi, Leslie Grace, Roselyn Sanchez and Aracely Arambula
05 2019 Latin American Music Awards Eugenio Derbez and Jaqueline Bracamontes

CategoriesEdit

Special AwardsEdit

Dick Clark Achievement Award
International Artist Award of Excellence

RecordsEdit

As of the Latin American Music Awards of 2019.

Most nominationsEdit

Nominations Act
24 J Balvin
23 Nicky Jam
Romeo Santos
20 Daddy Yankee
Maluma
19 Ozuna
15 Shakira
13 Bad Bunny
12 CNCO
10 Prince Royce

Most awardsEdit

Awards Act
13 Enrique Iglesias
12 CNCO
7 Prince Royce
6 Ozuna
5 Anuel AA
4 J Balvin
Daddy Yankee
Romeo Santos
Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Liz√°rraga
Selena Gomez
3 Wisin
Becky G
Nicky Jam

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Block, Alex Ben (July 30, 2014). "Telemundo Will Produce a Spanish-Language American Music Awards in 2015". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved May 30, 2015.
  2. ^ Roiz, Jessica Lucia (September 2, 2015). "Latin American Music Awards 2015: Telemundo Announces Hispanic Version Of AMAs To Debut This Fall". Latin Times. IBT Media. Retrieved September 2, 2015.

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