Latin Grammy Awards of 2003

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4th Latin Grammy Awards
Latin Grammy Awards of 2003.jpg
Date September 3, 2003
Venue American Airlines Arena, Miami, Florida
Hosts George Lopez
Highlights
Person of the Year Gilberto Gil
Television/Radio coverage
Network CBS
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The 4th Annual Latin Grammys were held in Miami at the American Airlines Arena on Wednesday, September 3, 2003. It was the first time the telecast was held outside of Los Angeles. Juanes was the night's biggest winner winning a record five awards including Album of the Year. He tied his own record winning five awards again five years later in 2008. Juan Luis Guerra and Calle 13 also tied this record in 2007 and 2009 respectively.

Awards[edit]

Winners are in bold text.[1]

General[edit]

Record of the Year

Juanes — "Es Por Ti"

Album of the Year

JuanesUn Día Normal

Song of the Year

Juanes — "Es Por Ti"

Best New Artist

David Bisbal

Pop[edit]

Best Female Pop Vocal Album

Olga TañónSobrevivir

Best Male Pop Vocal Album

Enrique IglesiasQuizás

Best Pop Album by a Duo/Group with Vocals

BacilosCaraluna

Best Pop Instrumental Album

Bajofondo Tango ClubBajofondo Tango Club

  • Raúl di BlasioDi Blasio-Gardel Tango
  • Orquestra Simfònica de Barcelona I Nacional de Catalunya — Historia Sinfonica del Pop Español
  • Spam Allstars¡Fuacata! Live
  • Nestor TorresMi Alma Latina

Rap/Hip-Hop[edit]

Best Rap/Hip-Hop Album

OrishasEmigrante

Rock[edit]

Best Rock Solo Vocal Album

JuanesUn Día Normal

Best Rock Album by a Duo/Group with Vocals

ManáRevolución de Amor

Best Rock Song

Juanes — "Mala Gente"

Tropical[edit]

Best Salsa Album

El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico40 Aniversario En Vivo

Best Merengue Album

Milly QuezadaPienso Así...

Best Contemporary Tropical Album

Rubén BladesMundo

Best Traditional Tropical Album

Ibrahim FerrerBuenos Hermanos

  • The Mambo All Stars Orchestra — 50 Years of Mambo
  • Polo MontañezGuitarra Mía
  • Eliades OchoaEstoy Como Nunca
  • Plena Libre — Mi Ritmo
Best Tropical Song

Sergio George and Jorge Villamizar — "Mi Primer Millón" (Bacilos)

Regional Mexican[edit]

Best Ranchero Album

Vicente Fernández35 Aniversario — Lo Mejor de Lara

Best Banda Album

Joan SebastianAfortunado

Best Grupero Album

Atrapado — ¿Qué Sentiras?

Best Tejano Album

Jimmy González & El Grupo MazzSi Me Faltas Tu

Best Norteño Album

Los Terribles del Norte — La Tercera Es La Vencida... Eso!

Best Regional Mexican Song

Joan Sebastian — "Afortunado"

Traditional[edit]

Best Folk Album

Mercedes SosaAcústico

Best Tango Album

Sexteto Mayor — Homenaje A Piazzolla

  • Adrián Iaies Trio — Las Cosas Tienen Movimiento
  • Adriana Nano y Los Bandoneones de Buenos Aires — Adriana Nano y Los Bandoneones de Buenos Aires
  • Orquesta Del Tango De La Ciudad De Buenos Aires — En Vivo En El Colón
  • Susana RinaldiLa Rosa En Ginebra
  • Leo Sujatovich — Trío De Cámara Tangos
Best Flamenco Album

Pepe de LucíaEl Corazón De Mi Gente

Jazz[edit]

Best Latin Jazz Album

Paquito D'RiveraBrazilian Dreams

Christian[edit]

Best Christian Album

Marcos WittSana Nuestra Tierra

  • Patty Cabrera — Amar A Alguien Como Yo
  • Funky — Funkytown
  • Annette Moreno & Jardín — Un Ángel Llora
  • Perucho — Almas Unidas

Brazilian[edit]

Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album

TribalistasTribalistas

Best Brazilian Rock Album

Os Paralamas do SucessoLongo Caminho

Best Samba/Pagode Album

AlcioneAo Vivo

Best MPB Album

Caetano Veloso and Jorge MautnerEu Não Peço Desculpa

Best Sertaneja Music Album

Zezé di Camargo & LucianoZezé di Camargo e Luciano

  • Bruno & MarroneMinha Vida Minha Musica
  • Chitãozinho & XororóFesta do Interior
  • Edson & Hudson — Acústico ao Vivo
  • Gian & Giovani — Gian and Giovani
  • Milionario and José Rico — O Dono do Mundo
  • Comitiva Brasil — 100% Sertanejo
Best Brazilian Roots/Regional Album

DominguinhosChegando de Mansinho

  • Fafá de BelémO Canto das Águas
  • Elomar, Pena Branca, Renato Teixeira, Teca Calazans and Xangai — Cantoria Brasileira
  • OlodumPela Vida
  • Pena Branca — Pena Branca Canta Xavantinho
Best Brazilian Song

Milton Nascimento and Telo Borges — "Tristesse" (Milton Nascimento and Maria Rita)

Children's[edit]

Best Latin Children's Album

XuxaSó Para Baixinhos 3

Classical[edit]

Best Classical Album

Paquito D'RiveraHistoria del soldado

Production[edit]

Best Engineered Album

Benny Faccone and Paul McKennaRevolución de Amor (Maná)

Producer of the Year

Bebu Silvetti

Music Video[edit]

Best Music Video

Molotov — "Frijolero"

References[edit]