Los Premios 40 Principales 2015

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Los Premios 40 Principales 2015
DateDecember 11, 2015
VenueBarclaycard Center
HostsTony Aguilar, Xavi Martínez, Cristina Boscá, Uri Sàbat, Daniela Blume, Dani Moreno and Gema Hurtado
Networks40 TV, Divinity

This was the tenth edition of Los Premios 40 Principales, the annual awards organized by Spanish music radio Los 40 Principales. It was held on December 11, 2015 in Madrid's Barclaycard Center. The nominees were announced on October 8, 2015.[1]

This is the last edition before the awards were rebranded as Los 40 Music Awards, due to the station shortening its name to just Los 40.


Artist(s) Song(s)
Gente de Zona "La Gozadera"
Lost Frequencies
Lea Rue
Janieck Devy
"Are You with Me"
Walk the Moon "Shut Up and Dance"
Abraham Mateo "Old School"
Macaco "Hijos de un mismo Dios"
Juan Magan
Auryn "Electric"
Malú "Quiero"
Dasoul "Él No Te Da"
Álvaro Soler "El mismo sol"
Ellie Goulding "Love Me Like You Do"
"On My Mind"
Madcon "Don't Worry"
Pablo Alborán "La escalera"
"Pasos de cero"
Sweet California
"Down With Ya"
Pablo López
"Tu enemigo"
Jasmine Thompson
Francesco Yates[note 1]
"Sun Goes Down" (Thompson)
"Sugar" (Yates)
J Balvin "Ay Vamos"
  1. ^ Robin Schulz was originally slated to perform with them, but did not attend the ceremony due to health issues.

Awards and nominations[edit]

The following is the full list of winners and nominees.[2]

Best Spanish Act[edit]

Best Spanish New Act[edit]

Best Spanish Song[edit]

Best Spanish Video[edit]

Best Spanish Album[edit]

Best Festival, Tour or Concert in Spain[edit]

Best International Act[edit]

Best International New Act[edit]

Best International Song[edit]

Best International Video[edit]

Best International Album[edit]

Best Latin Act[edit]

Honorable Mention[edit]


  1. ^ "Alejandro Sanz y Pablo Alborán lideran las nominaciones a los Premios 40 2015". Los 40 Principales (in Spanish). 8 October 2015. Retrieved 9 October 2015.
  2. ^ "Premios 40 Principales 2015". Los 40 Principales (in Spanish). Archived from the original on 2016-04-06. Retrieved 9 October 2015.