Lo Nuestro Award for Pop Album of the Year

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Lo Nuestro Awards for Pop Album of the Year
Awarded for Pop Album of the Year
Country United States
Presented by Univision
First awarded 1989
Currently held by Thalía (2014)
Most awards Enrique Iglesias and Shakira (3)
Most nominations Luis Miguel (8)
Official website univision.com/premiolonuestro

The Lo Nuestro Award for Pop Album of the Year is an honor presented annually by American television network Univision at the Lo Nuestro Awards. The accolade was established to recognize the most talented performers of Latin music.[1] The nominees and winners were originally selected by a voting poll conducted among program directors of Spanish-language radio stations in the United States and also based on chart performance on Billboard Latin music charts, with the results being tabulated and certified by the accounting firm Deloitte.[1][2] However, since 2004, the winners are selected through an online survey.[3] The trophy awarded is shaped in the form of a treble clef.[1]

The award was first presented to Desde Andalucía by Spanish singer Isabel Pantoja in 1989. Colombian singer-songwriter Shakira and Spanish performer Enrique Iglesias hold the record for the most wins, with three each. Mexican singer Luis Miguel won consecutively in 1994 for Aries and in 1995 for Segundo Romance; both albums also earned the Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Performance.[4] In 1999, the Pop Album of the Year accolade was shared by Mexican band Maná and Shakira with Sueños Líquidos and Dónde Están los Ladrones?, respectively. Both albums were nominated at the 41st Grammy Awards for Best Latin Rock/Alternative Performance, with Maná receiving the award.[5][6] Spanish band La 5ª Estación, and Mexican groups Camila, Maná, Pandora, RBD, Sin Bandera, and Santana are the only musical ensembles to receive the accolade, the latter group also won the Grammy Award for Album of the Year.[7] In 2014, Habítame Siempre by Mexican singer Thalía became the most recent recipient of the award. Mexican singer Cristian Castro is the most nominated artist without a win, with six unsuccessful nominations.

Winners and nominees[edit]

Listed below are the winners of the award for each year, as well as the other nominees.

Key Meaning
double-dagger Indicates the winning album
Isabel Pantoja performing.
Spanish singer Isabel Pantoja (pictured in 2012), winner in 1989
Ana Gabriel, behind a microphone pedestal.
Mexican singer Ana Gabriel (pictured in 2006), winner in 1990 and 1991
Jon Secada smiling, facing front.
Cuban-American performer Jon Secada (pictured in 2011), winner in 1993
Luis Miguel, performing.
Mexican performer Luis Miguel (pictured in 2009), winner in 1994 and 1995
Enrique Iglesias, facing front, holding a microphone.
Spanish singer Enrique Iglesias (pictured in 2011), winner in 1996, 1997 and 2009
Shakira smiling.
Colombian performer Shakira (pictured in 2009), winner in 1999, 2006 and 2012
Ricky Martin, wearing a white shirt with an orange strip.
Puerto-Rican American singer Ricky Martin (pictured in 2013), winner in 2008
Ricardo Arjona, performing.
Guatemalan performer Ricardo Arjona (pictured in 2013), winner in 2004
Year Album Performer(s) Ref
1989
(1st)
Desde AndalucíaAward winner
Pantoja, IsabelIsabel Pantoja
[5][8]
Con Todos Mis Sentidos
Braulio
Entre Lunas
Emmanuel
Soy Así
José José
Señor Corazón
Rodríguez, José LuisJosé Luis Rodríguez
1990
(2nd)
Tierra de NadieAward winner
Gabriel, AnaAna Gabriel
[5][9]
Chayanne
Chayanne
Raíces
Iglesias, JulioJulio Iglesias
Ricardo Montaner, Vol. 2
Montaner, RicardoRicardo Montaner
Tengo Derecho a Ser Feliz
Rodríguez, José LuisJosé Luis Rodríguez
1991
(3rd)
Quién Como TúAward winner
Gabriel, AnaAna Gabriel
[10][11]
20 Años
Luis Miguel
Cuando Yo Amo
La Scala, RudyRudy La Scala
Dos
Hernández, MyriamMyriam Hernández
Quiero Amanecer con Alguien
Romo, DanielaDaniela Romo
1992
(4th)
Con Amor EternoAward winner
Pandora
[12][13]
En Vivo
Gabriel, AnaAna Gabriel
Amada Más Que Nunca
Romo, DanielaDaniela Romo
En el Último Lugar del Mundo
Montaner, RicardoRicardo Montaner
En el Palacio de Bellas Artes
Gabriel, JuanJuan Gabriel
1993
(5th)
Jon SecadaAward winner
Secada, JonJon Secada
[5][14]
Ilegal
Pandora
Magneto
Magneto
Nada Se Compara Contigo
Torres, ÁlvaroÁlvaro Torres
Romance
Luis Miguel
1994
(6th)
AriesAward winner
Luis Miguel
[5][15]
Inalcanzable
Los Bukis
Luna
Gabriel, AnaAna Gabriel
Metamorfosis
Nazario, EdnitaEdnita Nazario
Otro Día Más Sin Verte
Secada, JonJon Secada
1995
(7th)
Segundo RomanceAward winner
Luis Miguel
[5][16]
Clásicos de la Provincia
Vives, CarlosCarlos Vives
El Camino del Alma
Castro, CristianCristian Castro
Gracias Por Esperar
Gabriel, JuanJuan Gabriel
Vida
La Mafia
1996
(8th)
Enrique IglesiasAward winner
Iglesias, EnriqueEnrique Iglesias
[5][17]
El Concierto
Luis Miguel
En Éxtasis
Thalía
La Carretera
Iglesias, JulioJulio Iglesias
Por Amor a Mi Pueblo
Solís, Marco AntonioMarco Antonio Solís and Los Bukis
1997
(9th)
VivirAward winner
Iglesias, EnriqueEnrique Iglesias
[5][18]
En Pleno Vuelo
Solís, Marco AntonioMarco Antonio Solís
Nada Es Igual...
Luis Miguel
Nuevos Senderos
Tañón, OlgaOlga Tañón
Pies Descalzos
Shakira
1998
(10th)
Me Estoy EnamorandoAward winner
Fernández, AlejandroAlejandro Fernández
[5][19]
Lo Mejor de Mí
Castro, CristianCristian Castro
Marco
Solís, Marco AntonioMarco Antonio Solís
Vuelve
Martin, RickyRicky Martin
1999
(11th)
Sueños Líquidos Award winner
Maná
[5][20]
Dónde Están los Ladrones?Award winner
Shakira
Atado a Tu Amor
Chayanne
Celebrando 25 Años de Juan Gabriel: En Concierto en el Palacio de Bellas Artes
Gabriel, JuanJuan Gabriel
Cosas del Amor
Iglesias, EnriqueEnrique Iglesias
2000
(12th)
SupernaturalAward winner
Santana
[5][21]
Amarte Es Un Placer
Luis Miguel
Bailamos
Iglesias, EnriqueEnrique Iglesias
Mi Vida Sin Tu Amor
Castro, CristianCristian Castro
Ricky Martin
Martin, RickyRicky Martin
2001
(13th)
PaulinaAward winner
Rubio, PaulinaPaulina Rubio
[22][23]
Alma Caribeña
Estefan, GloriaGloria Estefan
Arrasando
Thalía
Caricias
Dúrcal, RocíoRocío Dúrcal
Vivo
Luis Miguel
Mi Reflejo
Aguilera, ChristinaChristina Aguilera
2002
(14th)
Abrázame Muy Fuerte Award winner
Gabriel, JuanJuan Gabriel
[24][25]
Azul
Castro, CristianCristian Castro
Galería Caribe
Arjona, RicardoRicardo Arjona
Orígenes
Fernández, AlejandroAlejandro Fernández
Más de Mi Alma
Solís, Marco AntonioMarco Antonio Solís
Mi Corazón
Velasquez, JaciJaci Velasquez
2003
(15th)
Sin BanderaAward winner
Sin Bandera
[26][27]
Hijas del Tomate
Las Ketchup
MTV Unplugged
Sanz, AlejandroAlejandro Sanz
Quizás
Iglesias, EnriqueEnrique Iglesias
Thalía
Thalía
2004
(16th)
Santo PecadoAward winner
Arjona, RicardoRicardo Arjona
[3][28]
Almas del Silencio
Martin, RickyRicky Martin
Estrella Guía
Pires, AlexandreAlexandre Pires
Millie
Corretjer, MillieMillie Corretjer
Rojo Relativo
Ferro, TizianoTiziano Ferro
2005
(17th)
De ViajeAward winner
Sin Bandera
[29][30]
Abrazar la Vida
Fonsi, LuisLuis Fonsi
Pau-Latina
Rubio, PaulinaPaulina Rubio
Seducción
Peña, JenniferJennifer Peña
Stop
De Vita, FrancoFranco De Vita
2006
(18th)
Fijación Oral Vol. 1Award winner
Shakira
[31][32]
Escucha
Pausini, LauraLaura Pausini
Fuego
Kumbia Kings
Paso a Paso
Fonsi, LuisLuis Fonsi
Todo el Año
Bermúdez, ObieObie Bermúdez
2007
(19th)
Nuestro AmorAward winner
RBD
[33][34]
Adentro
Arjona, RicardoRicardo Arjona
Días Felices
Castro, CristianCristian Castro
El Sexto Sentido: Re+Loaded
Thalía
Mañana
Sin Bandera
2008
(20th)
MTV UnpluggedAward winner
Martin, RickyRicky Martin
[35][36]
Celestial
RBD
El Tren de los Momentos
Sanz, AlejandroAlejandro Sanz
Ayer Fue Kumbia Kings, Hoy Es Kumbia All Starz
Quintanilla, A.B.A.B. Quintanilla Presents Kumbia All Starz
Secuencia
Reik
2009
(21st)
95/08 ÉxitosAward winner
Iglesias, EnriqueEnrique Iglesias
[37][38]
Empezar Desde Cero
RBD
Entre Mariposas
Yuridia
Fuerza
Guzmán, AlejandraAlejandra Guzmán
Tarde o Temprano
Torres, TommyTommy Torres
2010
(22nd)
Sin FrenosAward winner
La 5ª Estación
[39][40]
5to Piso
Arjona, RicardoRicardo Arjona
Dos
Fanny Lú
El Culpable Soy Yo
Castro, CristianCristian Castro
Gran City Pop
Rubio, PaulinaPaulina Rubio
2011
(23rd)
Dejarte de AmarAward winner
Camila
[41][42]
De Mi Puño y Letra
Baute, CarlosCarlos Baute
Euphoria
Iglesias, EnriqueEnrique Iglesias
No Hay Imposibles
Chayanne
Paraíso Express
Sanz, AlejandroAlejandro Sanz
2012
(24th)
Sale el SolAward winner
Shakira
[43][44]
Amarte Bien
Baute, CarlosCarlos Baute
Gloria
Trevi, GloriaGloria Trevi
Música + Alma + Sexo
Martin, RickyRicky Martin
Peligro
Reik
2013
(25th)
Joyas Prestadas: PopAward winner
Rivera, JenniJenni Rivera
[45][46]
Brava!
Rubio, PaulinaPaulina Rubio
¿Con Quién Se Queda El Perro?
Jesse & Joy
Independiente
Arjona, RicardoRicardo Arjona
La Música No Se Toca
Sanz, AlejandroAlejandro Sanz
2014
(26th)
Habítame SiempreAward winner
Thalía
[47][48]
12 Historias
Torres, TommyTommy Torres
El Amor Manda
Sierra, AméricaAmérica Sierra
Entre Venas
Rigú
Faith, Hope y Amor
Frankie J

Multiple wins and nominations[edit]

Number Performer(s)
Wins
3 Enrique Iglesias
Shakira
2 Ana Gabriel
Luis Miguel
Sin Bandera
Nominations
8
Luis Miguel
7
Enrique Iglesias
6
Cristian Castro
5 Ricardo Arjona
Ricky Martin
Thalía
4 Ana Gabriel
Juan Gabriel
Paulina Rubio
Alejandro Sanz
Shakira
Marco Antonio Solís
3 Chayanne
RBD
Sin Bandera
2 Carlos Baute
Los Bukis
Alejandro Fernández
Luis Fonsi
Julio Iglesias
Ricardo Montaner
Pandora
Reik
José Luis Rodríguez
Daniela Romo
Jon Secada
Tommy Torres

See also[edit]

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