Latin Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album
|Latin Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album|
|Awarded for||recordings of the pop genre|
|Presented by||Latin Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences|
|Currently held by||Alejandro Sanz for La Música No Se Toca|
The Latin Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album is an award presented by the Latin Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences. It began to be presented at the 2012 ceremony. The awards replaced the previous awards for Best Female Pop Vocal Album, Best Male Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop Album by a Duo or Group with Vocals.
In 2013, La Música No Se Toca by Alejandro Sanz, Papitwo by Miguel Bosé and Vida by Draco Rosa, all were nominated for this award and for Album of the Year. Sanz received the award, and Vida by Draco Rosa won Album of the Year; Vida also won for Best Latin Pop Album, and was nominated alongside Syntek by Aleks Syntek at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards.
|2012||Jesse & Joy||Mexico||¿Con Quién Se Queda El Perro?|||
|2013||Alejandro Sanz||Spain||La Música No Se Toca|||
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