Lo Nuestro Award for Tropical Song of the Year

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Lo Nuestro Award for Tropical Song of the Year
Awarded forBest Tropical Song
CountryUnited States
Presented byUnivision
First awarded1989
Currently held byMarc Anthony (2014)
Most awardsMarc Anthony (4)
Most nominationsMarc Anthony (16)
Websiteunivision.com/premiolonuestro

The Lo Nuestro Award for Tropical Song of the Year (or Lo Nuestro Award for Tropical/Salsa Song of the Year) is an honor presented annually by American network Univision. The Lo Nuestro Awards were 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] As of 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 "Ven, Devórame Otra Vez" by Puerto-Rican artist Lalo Rodríguez. American singer Marc Anthony is the most awarded performer with four awards and is also the most nominated performer with sixteen nominations. In 2001, "A Puro Dolor" by Puerto-Rican band Son by Four won Lo Nuestro Awards for both Tropical Song of the Year and Pop Song of the Year.[4] "El Costo de la Vida" by Dominican artist Juan Luis Guerra, "Abriendo Puertas" by Cuban-American singer Gloria Estefan, "Y Hubo Alguien" and "Ahora Quién" by American performer Marc Anthony, "Suavemente" by Puerto-Rican songwriter Elvis Crespo, "Cómo Olvidar" by Puerto-Rican artist Olga Tañón, "Por Un Segundo" by Aventura, and "A Puro Dolor", earned the award and also reached number-one at the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart.[5] American performer Víctor Manuelle and Puerto-Rican American singers Jerry Rivera and Gilberto Santa Rosa are the most nominated performers without a win, with five unsuccessful nominations each.

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 winning song
A man standing, holding a microphone with stand with his right hand and with his left hand extended, wearing a two-piece black suit, with a white shirt, a necklace and silver watch.
American singer Marc Anthony (pictured in 2009), the most nominated performer with sixteen nominations resulting in four wins
A man facing front, wearing a plaid shirt with his right hand to the front.
Colombian performer Carlos Vives (pictured in 2010), three-time nominee and winner in 1995
A man holding a microphone pedestal, wearing a coffee-colored shirt and jeans.
American singer Víctor Manuelle (pictured in 2007), five-time nominee
A man holding a guitar with a microphone with pedestal in front of him.
Dominican singer Juan Luis Guerra (pictured in 2005), nine-time nominee and two-time winner
A man looking forward, with his right hand pointing forward and holding a microphone in his left hand.
Nicaraguan performer Luis Enrique (pictured in 2010), five-time nominee and 1990 winner
A man looking straight, slightly inclined to the right, wearing a beret, purple shirt with white stripes, a rosary and a pair of jeans, with a microphone in front of him.
American singer Prince Royce (pictured in 2012), three-time winner, and nominee in 2014
Year Song Performer(s) Ref
1989
(1st)
"Ven, Devórame Otra Vez"Award winner
Lalo Rodríguez
[6][7]
"Cara Dura"
Max Torres
"Cupido"
El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico
"Lluvia"
Eddie Santiago
"Tu No Le Amas, Le Temes"
Luis Enrique
1990
(2nd)
"Lo Que Pasó Entre Tu y Yo... Pasó"Award winner
Luis Enrique
[6][8]
"Aguacero"
El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico
"Amame"
El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico
"Doce Rosas"
Tommy Olivencia
"Tengo Una Muñeca"
Gilberto Santa Rosa
1991
(3rd)
"Burbujas de Amor"Award winner
Juan Luis Guerra y 440
[6][9]
"Sopa de Caracol"
Banda Blanca
"La Bilirrubina"
Juan Luis Guerra y 440
"Estrellitas y Duendes"
Juan Luis Guerra y 440
"Mi Mundo"
Luis Enrique
1992
(4th)
"Ella Me Vacila"Award winner
La Banda Show
[6][10]
"Ando Buscando Un Amor"
Víctor Víctor
"Fiesta"
Banda Blanca
"Frío, Frío"
Juan Luis Guerra y 440
"Mesita de Noche"
Víctor Víctor
1993
(5th)
"El Costo de la Vida"Award winner
Juan Luis Guerra y 440
[6][11]
"Tu Amor Es Una Rueda"
Angela Carrasco
"Lo Que Es Vivir"
Luis Enrique
"Perfidia"
Linda Ronstadt
"Bailando"
Frankie Ruiz
1994
(6th)
"El Baile del Perrito"Award winner
Wilfrido Vargas y su Orquesta
[6][12]
"Coronita de Flores"
Juan Luis Guerra
"Hasta el Sol de Hoy"
Edgar Joel
"Hasta Que Te Conoci"
Marc Anthony
"Pitaste?"
Johnny Ventura
1995
(7th)
"La Gota Fría"Award winner
Carlos Vives
[6][13]
"Día y Noche Pienso en Ella"
Jerry Rivera
"Mi Media Mitad"
Rey Ruiz
"Presencié Tu Amor"
Olga Tañón
"Vivir Lo Nuestro"
Marc Anthony and La India
1996
(8th)
"Abriendo Puertas"Award winner
Gloria Estefan
[6][14]
"Amor de Playa"
El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico
"Te Conozco Bien"
Marc Anthony
"Suave"
Jerry Rivera
"Esperándote"
Tito Rojas
1997
(9th)
"La Morena"Award winner
Ilegales
[6][15]
"Mi Reina"
La Makina
"Llegaste a Mi"
Marc Anthony
"Hasta Ayer"
Marc Anthony
"Loco de Amor"
Jerry Rivera
1998
(10th)
"Y Hubo Alguien"Award winner
Marc Anthony
[6][16]
"Rompecintura"
Los Hermanos Rosario
"Me Cansé de Ser La Otra"
La India
"Amor Narcótico"
Chichí Peralta
"Serpiente Mala"
Olga Tañón
1999
(11th)
"Suavemente"Award winner
Elvis Crespo
[6][17]
"Para Darte Mi Vida"
Elvis Crespo and Milly Quezada
"Contra la Corriente"
Marc Anthony
"Agua Pasada"
Frankie Negrón
"Una Fan Enamorada"
Servando y Florentino
2000
(12th)
"Píntame"Award winner
Elvis Crespo
[6][18]
"No Sabes Como Duele"
Marc Anthony
"Bajo la Lluvia"
Grupo Manía
"El Niágara en Bicicleta"
Juan Luis Guerra
"Por Mujeres Como Tú"
Tito Rojas
2001
(13th)
"A Puro Dolor"Award winner
Son By Four
[19][4]
"Por el Caminito"
Elvis Crespo
"Júrame"
Gisselle
"Da la Vuelta"
Marc Anthony
"Fruta Fresca"
Carlos Vives
2002
(14th)
"Cómo Olvidar"Award winner
Olga Tañón
[20][21]
"Tu Recuerdo"
Ilegales
"Comerte a Besos"
Frankie Negrón
"Quiero"
Jerry Rivera
"Mi Historia Entre Tus Dedos"
Mickey Taveras
2003
(15th)
"La Vida Es Un Carnaval"Award winner
Celia Cruz
[22][23]
"Bandida"
Elvis Crespo
"Cumbia Sobre el Río"
Celso Piña y su Ronda Bogotá
"La Negra Tiene Tumbao"
Celia Cruz
"Viviendo"
Marc Anthony
2004
(16th)
"Barco a la Deriva"Award winner
Marc Anthony
[3][24]
"El Tonto Que No Te Olvidó"
Víctor Manuelle
"Herida Mortal"
Jerry Rivera
"Sedúceme"
La India
"Si Te Dijeron"
Gilberto Santa Rosa
2005
(17th)
"Ahora Quién"Award winner
Marc Anthony
[25][26]
"Creo En El Amor"
Rey Ruiz
"Lloré Lloré"
Víctor Manuelle
"Loca Conmigo"
Los Toros Band
"Tengo Ganas"
Víctor Manuelle
2006
(18th)
"Bandolero"Award winner
Olga Tañón
[27][28]
"Hasta el Fin"
Monchy & Alexandra
"Perdidos"
Monchy & Alexandra
"Que Ironía"
Andy Andy
"Se Esfuma Tu Amor"
Marc Anthony
2007
(19th)
"No Es Una Novela"Award winner
Monchy & Alexandra
[29][30]
"Amor de Una Noche"
N'Klabe and Voltio
"Nuestro Amor Se Ha Vuelto Ayer"
Víctor Manuelle
"Te Mando Flores"
Fonseca
"Tu Amor Me Hace Bien"
Marc Anthony
2008
(20th)
"Mi Corazoncito"Award winner
Aventura
[31][32]
"La Otra"
Ilegales & Alexandra
"Los Infieles"
Aventura
"Que Me Des Tu Cariño"
Juan Luis Guerra
"Shorty Shorty"
Xtreme
2009
(21st)
"El Perdedor"Award winner
Aventura
[33][34]
"Como Yo"
Juan Luis Guerra
"Conteo Regresivo"
Gilberto Santa Rosa
"Ella Menea"
NG2
"No Te Vayas"
Gilberto Santa Rosa
2010
(22nd)
"Por un Segundo"Award winner
Aventura
[35][36]
"Eres Así"
Domenic Marte
"Llegó el Amor"
Gilberto Santa Rosa
"Marialola"
Grupo Manía
"Yo No Sé Mañana"
Luis Enrique
2011
(23rd)
"Stand by Me"Award winner
Prince Royce
[37][38]
"Te Amaré"
Huey Dunbar
"Bachata en Fukuoka"
Juan Luis Guerra
"Estúpida"
La India
"Te Comencé a Querer"
Tito El Bambino
2012
(24th)
"El Amor Que Perdimos"Award winner
Prince Royce
[39][40]
"La Melodía"
Joey Montana
"Llama el Sol"
Tito El Bambino
"Llueve el Amor"
Tito El Bambino
"You"
Romeo Santos
2013
(25th)
"Incondicional"Award winner
Prince Royce
[41][42]
"La Diabla"
Romeo Santos
"Las Cosas Pequeñas"
Prince Royce
"Mi Santa"
Romeo Santos featuring Tomatito
"Si Tú Me Besas"
Víctor Manuelle
2014
(26th)
"Vivir Mi Vida"
Marc Anthony
[43][44]
"Llévame Contigo"
Romeo Santos
"¿Por Qué Les Mientes?"
Tito El Bambino featuring Marc Anthony
"Te Me Vas"
Prince Royce
"Volví a Nacer"
Carlos Vives
2015
(27th)
"Propuesta Indecente"
Romeo Santos
[45]
"Darte un Beso"
Prince Royce
"Loco"
Enrique Iglesias featuring Romeo Santos
"Odio"
Romeo Santos featuring Drake
"Te Robaré"
Prince Royce

Multiple wins/nominations[edit]

Number Performer(s)
Wins
4 Marc Anthony
Aventura
Prince Royce
2 Elvis Crespo
Juan Luis Guerra
Olga Tañón
Nominations
16
Marc Anthony
10
Juan Luis Guerra
5 Elvis Crespo
Luis Enrique
Jerry Rivera
Prince Royce
Gilberto Santa Rosa
Víctor Manuelle
4 Aventura
El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico
La India
Romeo Santos
Tito El Bambino
Olga Tañón
3 Ilegales
Monchy & Alexandra
Carlos Vives
2 Banda Blanca
Celia Cruz
Grupo Manía
Frankie Negrón
Tito Rojas
Rey Ruiz
Víctor Víctor

See also[edit]

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