Lo Nuestro Award for Pop New Artist of the Year

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Lo Nuestro Award for Pop New Artist of the Year
Awarded for Pop New Artist of the Year
Country United States
Presented by Univision
First awarded 1989
Last awarded 2012
Official website univision.com/premiolonuestro

The Lo Nuestro Award for Pop New Artist of the Year is an honor presented annually by American network Univision. It was first awarded in 1989 and has been given annually since 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] At the present time, the winners are selected by the audience through an online survey.[3] The trophy awarded is shaped in the form of a treble clef.[1]

The award was first presented to French group Gipsy Kings. Kaoma won the following year, aided by their hit song "Lambada" which sold five-million units worldwide.[4] American performer Christina Aguilera won both the Grammy Award for Best New Artist in 2000[5] and the Lo Nuestro for Pop New Artist the following year.[6] Spanish singer David Bisbal, winner in 2004, is the only performer also being awarded the Latin Grammy Award for Best New Artist;[7] while 2008 nominee Alexander Acha also earned New Artist accolade at the 10th Latin Grammy Awards.[8] Singer-songwriters Lena Burke, Alexandre Pires and Álex Ubago were nominated for New Artist of the Year as a solo performers and as the group Alex, Jorge y Lena and Só Pra Contrariar, respectively, losing on both instances.[9][10][3][11][10] Enrique Iglesias, Jon Secada and Shakira won for Best New Artist at the Lo Nuestro Awards and also earned the Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album.[12][13][14]

American singer Jennifer Lopez and Canadian performer Nelly Furtado were previously nominees for a Lo Nuestro Award before being awarded. Lopez was up for Pop Female Artist of the Year in 2000, while Furtado was a nominee for Pop Group or Duo of the Year along Colombian singer-songwriter Juanes at the 2004 ceremony.[3][15] Mexican actress Eiza González won in 2009 for her singing role in the TV series Lola...Érase una vez.[16] Spanish singer Natalia Jimenez was previously awarded the Lo Nuestro Award for Pop Album of the Year as a part of the duo La 5ª Estación and in 2012 won for Best New Artist.[17][18] In 2013 the Pop, Regional Mexican and Tropical Salsa New Artist of the Year categories were merged on a Lo Nuestro Award for Best New Artist category in the General Field.[19] For the Lo Nuestro Awards of 2014, the Pop New Artist of the Year award was reinstated.[20]

Winners and nominees[edit]

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

Key Meaning
double-dagger Indicates the winner
A man with short black hair, facing front, wearing a gray jacket and blue shirt.
Cuban-American performer Jon Secada (pictured in 2011), winner in 1993
A woman holding a microphone up to his neck in a white dress with black.
Italian singer Laura Pausini (pictured in 2007), winner in 1995
A man standing, facing front, with a black colored cap, a microphone headset, wearing a necklace on neck, gray shirt over a white shirt, blue denim pants, with several bracelets on his left hand in the holding another microphone and two fingers of his right hand taped black.
Spanish singer Enrique Iglesias (pictured in 2011), winner in 1996
A blonde woman smiling.
Colombian singer Shakira (pictured in 2009), winner in 1997
A blonde woman holding a microphone wearing a black dress.
American singer Christina Aguilera (pictured in 2006), winner in 2000
A man looking to the right, wearing a white shirt and red cloth collar Charm in gold.
Spanish performer David Bisbal (pictured in 2006), winner in 2004
A woman looking up wearing a black dress, black earrings and a bracelet silver.
Spanish singer Natalia Jiménez (pictured in 2012), winner in 2012
Year Performer Ref
1989
(1st)
Gipsy KingsAward winner
[21][22]
Hombres G
Solís, José JavierJosé Javier Solís
Vives, CarlosCarlos Vives
1990
(2nd)
KaomaAward winner
[23][24]
Guerra, TeresaTeresa Guerra
Hernández, MyriamMyriam Hernández
Ruiz, PabloPablo Ruiz
Xuxa
1991
(3rd)
Azúcar MorenoAward winner
[25][26]
di Blasio, RaúlRaúl di Blasio
Garibaldi
Guzmán, AlejandraAlejandra Guzmán
1992
(4th)
MagnetoAward winner
[27][28]
H2O
Martin, RickyRicky Martin
Simone
1993
(5th)
Secada, JonJon SecadaAward winner
[13][29]
Bachata Magic
Castro, CristianCristian Castro
Rubio, PaulinaPaulina Rubio
1994
(6th)
Los Fantasmas del CaribeAward winner
[30][31]
Arjona, RicardoRicardo Arjona
Barrio Boyzz
Triplets, TheThe Triplets
1995
(7th)
Pausini, LauraLaura PausiniAward winner
[32][33]
Llunas, MarcosMarcos Llunas
Kairo
Sánchez, MartaMarta Sánchez
1996
(8th)
Iglesias, EnriqueEnrique IglesiasAward winner
[34][35]
Donato y Estéfano
Millie
Thalía
1997
(9th)
ShakiraAward winner
[36][37]
David
Fey
Gemini
1998
(10th)
JordiAward winner
[38][39]
Angélica
César Borja
Victoria
1999
(11th)
Ponce, CarlosCarlos PonceAward winner
[10][40]
Bocelli, AndreaAndrea Bocelli
El Reencuentro
Nek
Los Trí-O
Só Pra Contrariar
2000
(12th)
Velasquez, JaciJaci VelasquezAward winner
[41][42]
El Símbolo
Lopez, JenniferJennifer Lopez
Noelia
2001
(13th)
Aguilera, ChristinaChristina AguileraAward winner
[6][43]
Azul Azul
De La Hoya, OscarOscar De La Hoya
Tamara
2002
(14th)
Verástegui, EduardoEduardo VerásteguiAward winner
[44][45]
Pires, AlexandreAlexandre Pires
Shalim
Torres, TommyTommy Torres
2003
(15th)
Las KetchupAward winner
[46][47]
Montaner, AlejandroAlejandro Montaner
Area 305
Sin Bandera
2004
(16th)
Bisbal, DavidDavid BisbalAward winner
[3][48]
Ana Cristina
Axé Bahia
Bandry, LindaLinda Bandry
Contagious
Daniel René
Érika
Ferro, TizianoTiziano Ferro
Frankie J
Héctor
Iglesias, Jr., JulioJulio Iglesias, Jr.
López, NadiaNadia López
Los Tres
Mia
Sánchez, RoselynRoselyn Sánchez
Ubago, ÁlexÁlex Ubago
Velasco, Juan FernandoJuan Fernando Velasco
Yahir
2005
(17th)
KalimbaAward winner
[49][50]
Andy & Lucas
Ha*Ash
Negros
2006
(18th)
RBDAward winner
[9][51]
Lena
Lu
Reik
2007
(19th)
CheloAward winner
[52][53]
Anaís
Camila
Yuridia
2008
(20th)
Lopez, JenniferJennifer LopezAward winner
[54][55]
Knowles, BeyonceBeyonce Knowles
Kumbia All Starz
Los Super Reyes
2009
(21st)
Eiza/LolaAward winner
[56][57]
Ana Isabelle
Juan
La Nueva Banda Timbiriche
Playa Limbo
2010
(22nd)
Furtado, NellyNelly FurtadoAward winner
[17][58]
Acha, AlexanderAlexander Acha
Sonohra
Tati
Victor & Leo
2011
(23rd)
Canela, JencarlosJencarlos CanelaAward winner
[11][59]
Alex, Jorge y Lena
Nova, DebiDebi Nova
2012
(24th)
Jiménez, NataliaNatalia JiménezAward winner
[18][60]
Dulce María
Uckermann, ChristopherChristopher Uckermann
2014
(26th)
Sierra, AméricaAmérica Sierra
[61]
Marconi
Rigú
Viajero

See also[edit]

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