12th Annual Latin Grammy Awards

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12th Latin Grammy Awards
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DateNovember 10, 2011
VenueMandalay Bay Events Center, Las Vegas, Nevada
Hosted byLucero and Cristián de la Fuente
Highlights
Person of the YearShakira
Television/radio coverage
NetworkUnivision

The 12th Annual Latin Grammy Awards was held on Thursday, November 10, 2011, at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas and was hosted by Lucero and Cristián de la Fuente.[1][2] The eligibility period for recordings to be nominated is July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2011.[3] The show will be aired on Univision.

Puerto Rican band Calle 13 were the big winners of the night with nine awards (breaking the previous record of five wins in a single ceremony) including Album of the Year for Entren Los Que Quieran; and Record of the Year and Song of the Year for "Latinoamérica". The Best New Artist award went to Sie7e. Shakira was honored as the Person of the Year the night before the telecast and she also won the award for Best Female Pop Vocal Album for Sale El Sol.

Awards[edit]

Winners are in bold text.

General[edit]

Record of the Year Calle 13 featuring Totó la Momposina, Susana Baca and Maria Rita – "Latinoamérica"

Album of the Year Calle 13Entren Los Que Quieran

Song of the Year Rafa Arcaute and Calle 13 – "Latinoamérica" (Calle 13 featuring Totó la Momposina, Susana Baca and Maria Rita)

Best New Artist Sie7e

Pop[edit]

Best Female Pop Vocal Album ShakiraSale el Sol

Best Male Pop Vocal Album Franco De VitaEn Primera Fila

Best Pop Album by a Duo/Group with Vocals Alex, Jorge y LenaAlex, Jorge y Lena

Urban[edit]

Best Urban Music Album Calle 13Entren Los Que Quieran

Best Urban Song Rafa Arcaute and Calle 13 – "Baile de los Pobres" (Calle 13)

Rock[edit]

Best Rock Album ManáDrama y Luz

Best Rock Song León Larregui and Zoé – "Labios Rotos" (Zoé)

Alternative[edit]

Best Alternative Music Album ZoéMTV Unplugged/Música de Fondo

  • Doctor Krápula – Corazón Bombea/Vivo
  • Fidel NadalForever Together
  • Carla Morrison – Mientras Tu Dormias
  • Mr. Pauer – Soundtrack

Best Alternative Song Rafa Arcaute and Calle 13 – "Calma Pueblo" (Calle 13 featuring Omar-Rodríguez-López)

  • San Pascualito Reyes – "Salgamos de Aquí"
  • Doctor Krápula – "Somos"
  • DJ Blass and Fidel Nadal – "Te Robaste Mi Corazón" (Fidel Nadal)
  • Sie7e – "Tengo Tu Love"

Tropical[edit]

Best Salsa Album Rubén Blades and Seis Del Solar – Todos Vuelven Live

Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album Juan Carlos Coronel — Tesoros

Best Contemporary Tropical Album Tito El BambinoEl Patrón: Invencible

  • Héctor Acosta – Obligame
  • Monchy & Nathalia – Monchy & Nathalia
  • Daniel SantacruzBachata Stereo
  • Paula Zuleta – Mezcla Soy

Best Traditional Tropical Album Cachao LópezThe Last Mambo

  • AlbitaToda Una Vida (Cuban Masterworks)
  • Adalberto ÁlvarezEl Son de Altura
  • Esencia – Con La Fuerza de un Tren
  • Septeto Santiaguero – Oye Mi Son Santiaguero

Best Tropical Song Calle 13 – "Vamo' A Portarnos Mal"

  • Juan Magan – "Bailando Por Ahí"
  • Alex Bandana, Gloria Estrada & La Marisoul – "La Negra" (La Santa Cecilia)
  • Rafi Monclova and Gilberto Santa Rosa – "Me Cambiaron Las Preguntas" (Gilberto Santa Rosa)
  • Yoel Henríquez – "Me Duele la Cabeza"

Singer-Songwriter[edit]

Best Singer-Songwriter Album Amaury GutiérrezSesiones Intimas
Gian MarcoDías Nuevos

Regional Mexican[edit]

Best Ranchero Album Vicente FernándezEl Hombre Que Mas Te Amó

Best Banda Album La Arrolladora Banda El LimónTodo Depende De Tí

Best Tejano Album Little Joe & La Familia – Recuerdos

  • Chente BarreraEl Número Siete
  • Joe Posada – In The Pocket
  • Sunny Sauceda y Todo Eso – Camaleón
  • Tortilla Factory – Cookin'

Best Norteño Album Los Tigres del NorteMTV Unplugged: Los Tigres del Norte and Friends

Best Regional Song Marco Antonio Solís – "Tú Me Vuelves Loco"

Instrumental[edit]

Best Instrumental Album Chick Corea, Stanley Clarke and Lenny WhiteForever

  • Al Di Meloa – Pursuit of Radical Rhapsody
  • Escalandrum – Piazzolla Plays Piazzolla
  • Luis Salinas – Sin Tiempo
  • Omar Sosa – Calma

Traditional[edit]

Best Folk Album Mercedes SosaDeja La Vida Volar – En Gira

  • Eva Ayllón & Perú Negro – 40 Años de Clasicos Afro Peruanos
  • Jorge Pardo – Música Tradicional Peruana Homenaje A Arturo Zambo Cavero Y Oscar Aviles
  • Soledad PastoruttiVivo En Arequito
  • Santoral – Más Que Enamorao

Best Tango Album Diego El CigalaCigala & Tango

  • Leopoldo Federico and El Arranque – Raras Partituras 6
  • Orquesta del Tango de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires and Susana RinaldiEn Vivo – Homenaje A Cátulo Castillo & Anibal Troilo
  • Orquesta del Tango de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires – 30 Años
  • Susana Rinaldi and Leopoldo Federico – Vos y Yo

Best Flamenco Album Niña Pastori – La Orilla de mi Pelo

  • Josemi Carmona – Las Pequeñas Cosas
  • Chano Domínguez – Piano Ibérico
  • Ojos de Brujo – 10 Años – Corriente Vital
  • Pastora Soler15 Años

Jazz[edit]

Best Latin Jazz Album Paquito D'RiveraPanamericana Suite

  • Paquito D'Rivera and Pepe Rivero – Clazz: Continental Latin Jazz. Live At Barcelona, Teatre Paral.lel 2011
  • Bobby Sanabria conducting The Manhattan School of Music Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra – Tito Puente Masterworks Live!!!
  • Chucho ValdésNew York Is Now! / Viva El Sonido Cubano
  • Dave ValentinPure Imagination

Christian[edit]

Best Christian Album (Spanish Language) Tercer CieloViaje a las estrellas

  • Alex Campos – Lenguaje De Amor
  • Moisés Angulo – Alégrense!
  • Marco BarrientosTransformados
  • Funky – Reset
  • Ingrid Rosario – Cuan Gran Amor
  • Davi Wornel – Amor Y Nada mas

Best Christian Album (Portuguese Language) Aline BarrosExtraordinário Amor De Deus

  • Ministério Adoração e Vida – Em Santidade
  • Rosa de Saron – Horizonte Vivo Distante
  • Various Artists – Uma História Em Canções
  • Pe. Zezinho, scj – Quando Deus Se Calou

Brazilian[edit]

Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album Jota QuestQuinze

Best Brazilian Rock Album Caetano VelosoZii e Zie – Ao Vivo

Best Samba/Pagode Album ExaltasambaExaltasamba 25 Anos – Ao Vivo

Best MPB Album DjavanÁria

Best Sertaneja Music Album João Bosco & Vinícius – João Bosco & Vinícius

Best Native Brazilian Roots Album Naná VasconcelosSinfonia & Batuques

Best Brazilian Song Nando Reis and Samuel Rosa – "De Repente" (Skank)

Children's[edit]

Best Latin Children's Album Pato Fu – Música de Brinquedo

  • Claraluna – Un Mundo de Navidad
  • Piero – Sinfonia Inconclusa En 'L'a Mar
  • Omara PortuondoReír y Cantar
  • Jessyca Sarango – Henry El Camioncito Verde
  • Topa & Muni – La Casa de Playhouse Disney
  • Various Artists – Cantando Aprendo A Hablar: Vamos A Jugar

Classical[edit]

Best Classical Album Brazilian Guitar QuartetBrazilian Guitar Quartet Plays Villa-Lobos

  • Adonis González – Adios A Cuba
  • Clara SvernerChopin
  • Francis Hime and Nelson Ayres – Concertino Para Percussão e Concerto Para Violão
  • José SerebrierJosé Serebrier: Sinfonia No. 1
  • Manuel BarruecoTárrega!
  • Villa-Lobos Trio – Villa-Lobos Trio Play: Heitor Villa-Lobos, Astor Piazzolla & Lucio Bruno-Videla

Best Classical Contemporary Composition Paquito D'Rivera – "Panamericana Suite" (Paquito D'Rivera)

  • Javier Álvarez – "Le Repas Du Serpent" (Iracema de Andrade)
  • Orlando Jacinto García – "Mixtura" (Iracema de Andrade)
  • Lalo Schifrin – "Romerías" (Sergio Puccini)
  • Sergio Roberto de Oliveira – "Umas Coisas do Coração (i- Agitado)" (Armildo Uzeda)

Recording Package[edit]

Best Recording Package Javier Mariscal – Chico & Rita (Various Artists)
Alejandro Ros – Solo Un Momento (Vicentico)

  • Natalia Ayala, Carlos Dussan Gomez and Juliana Jaramillo – El Corazón y El Sombrero (Marta Gómez)
  • Juan Gatti – El Paso Trascendental del Vodevil a la Astracanada (Fangoria)
  • Allan Castañeda and Sandra Masías – Fiesta Inkaterra (Miki González)

Production[edit]

Best Engineered Album Benny Faccone, Thom Russo and Tom Baker – Drama y Luz (Maná)

  • Rafo Arbulú, Carlos Castro, Humberto Gatica, Guillermo 'Memo' Gil, Allan Leschhorn, Cristian Robles, Andrés Saavedra, Rodolfo Vázquez and Bernie Grundman – Días Nuevos (Gian Marco)
  • Valter Costa, Beto Neves, Flávio Sena, Alê Siqueira, Flávio Souza, William Jr and Carlos FreitasDiminuto (Carlinhos Brown)
  • Ricky Campanelli and Juan Cristóbal Losada – Homenaje a Los Rumberos (Edwin Bonilla)
  • Moogie Canazio, Brad Haenel and Ron Mc Master – Manuscrito (Claudia Brant)

Producer of the Year Rafael Arcaute and Calle 13

Music Video[edit]

Best Short Form Music Video Calle 13 – "Calma Pueblo"

Best Long Form Music Video Franco De VitaEn Primera Fila

Special Awards[edit]

Lifetime Achievement Award[4]

Trustees Award[4]

Person of the Year

Performers[edit]

Presenters[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "12TH ANNUAL LATIN GRAMMY® AWARDS TO AIR LIVE FROM LAS VEGAS ON NOV. 10, 2011, ON THE UNIVISION NETWORK". grammy.org. May 19, 2011. Retrieved July 24, 2011.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h Cobo, Leila (October 24, 2011). "Shakira, Calle 13, Marco Antonio Solis To Perform at Latin Grammys". Billboard. Retrieved October 24, 2011.
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on August 28, 2011. Retrieved July 31, 2011.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link) The Latin GRAMMY® Awards Process
  4. ^ a b "RECIPIENTS OF THE 2011 SPECIAL AWARDS". The Latin Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences. July 26, 2011. Retrieved September 10, 2011.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l "PABLO ALBORAN; ALEX, JORGE Y LENA; INTOCABLE; LOS TIGRES DEL NORTE WITH PAULINA RUBIO; DEMI LOVATO; REYLI; TABOO; AND WISIN Y YANDEL ADDED TO THE STELLAR LINEUP FOR THE 12TH ANNUAL LATIN GRAMMY® AWARDS". LatinGrammy.com. November 2, 2011. Retrieved November 2, 2011.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l "Additional 12th Latin GRAMMY Performers Announced". Grammy.com. November 2, 2011. Retrieved November 2, 2011.
  7. ^ "Artists Added To Latin GRAMMY Lineup". The GRAMMYs. Retrieved November 20, 2015.

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