The 12th Annual Latin Grammy Nominations were announced!

Calle 13 leads with a record 10 nominations!

Producer/Engineer Rafa Arcaute garners six nods. Franco De Vita received five nominations and Marco Antonio Solis has four.

Pablo Alboran, Desmond Child, Paquito D’Rivera, Sebastian Krys, Mana, Ricky Martin, Joan Sebastian, Shakira, and Zoe each garner three nominations.

Alex, Jorge, y Lena, Aureo Baqueiro, Ruben Blades, Gustavo Borner, Claudia Brant, David Cabrera, Doctor Krapula, Don Omar, Paula Fernandes, Alejandra Guzman, IL Volo, La Vida Boheme, Los Tigres Del Norte, Pitbull, Sie7e, Caetano Veloso, and Wisin y Yandel are among those with two nods each.

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In another year that recognized a diverse array of music makers across numerous genres, the nominations highlight an eclectic mix of well-known and rising performers and creative professionals. Ten-time Latin GRAMMY and two-time GRAMMY winners Eduardo Cabra and Rene Perez of Calle 13 lead this year’s Latin GRAMMY nominations with a record 10 nods: Album Of The Year (with Edgar Abraham, Rafa Arcaute, James Cruz, Ivan Gutierrez, Ramon Martinez, Edgardo Matta, Daniel Ovie and Carlos Velazquez) and Best Urban Music Album for Entren Los Que Quieran; Album Of The Year, as producers, for Shakira’s Sale El Sol (with Eduardo Bergallo, Michael Brauer, Lukas Burton, Gustavo Celis, Dave Clauss, John Hill, Alex Leader, Stephen Marcussen, Lester Mendez, Mark Needham, Joel Numa, Luis Fernando Ochoa, Andros Rodriguez, Jonathan Shakhovskoy, Shakira, and Ed Williams); Record Of The Year (with Felipe Alvarez, Rafa Arcaute, David Cardenas, Ivan Gutierrez, Ramon Martinez, Edgardo Matta, Daniel Ovie and Carlos Velazquez) and Song Of The Year (with Rafa Arcaute) for “Latinoamerica”; Best Urban Song for “Baile De Los Pobres” (with Rafa Arcaute); Best Alternative Song (with Rafa Arcaute) and Best Short Form Music Video (with Alejandro Santiago) for “Calma Pueblo”; Best Tropical Song for “Vamo’ A Portarnos Mal”; and Producer Of The Year (with Rafa Arcaute).

Producer/engineer Rafa Arcaute garners six nods: Album Of The Year for Calle 13′s Entren Los Que Quieran (with Calle 13, Edgar Abraham, James Cruz, Ivan Gutierrez, Ramon Martinez, Edgardo Matta, Daniel Ovie and Carlos Velazquez); Record Of The Year (with Calle 13, Felipe Alvarez, Rafa Arcaute, David Cardenas, Ivan Gutierrez, Ramon Martinez, Edgardo Matta, Daniel Ovie, and Carlos Velazquez) and Song Of The Year (with Calle 13) for “Latinoamerica”; Best Urban Song for “Baile De Los Pobres” (with Calle 13); Best Alternative Song for “Calma Pueblo” (with Calle 13); and Producer Of The Year (with Calle 13).

Franco De Vita receives five nominations: Album Of The Year (with David Cabrera, Mike Couzzi, Juan Pablo Falluca, and Sebastian Krys); Best Male Pop Vocal Album, and Best Long Form Music Video (with Diego Alvarez and Vicente Solis) for En Primera Fila; and Record Of The Year (with David Cabrera, Juan Pablo Falluca, Alejandra Guzman, and Sebastian Krys) and Best Short Form Music Video (with Diego Alvarez, Alejandra Guzman and Vicente Solis) for “Tan Solo Tu.”

Latin GRAMMY winner Marco Antonio Solis is a four-time nominee: Song Of The Year and Best Regional Mexican Song for “A Donde Vamos A Parar?”; Best Male Pop Vocal Album for En Total Plenitud; and Best Regional Mexican Song for “Tu Me Vuelves Loco.”

Pablo Alboran, Desmond Child, Paquito D’Rivera, Sebastian Krys, Mana, Ricky Martin, Joan Sebastian, Shakira, and Zoe each garner three nominations, and an eclectic mix of established and emerging music makers are among those with two nods each, including: Alex, Jorge Y Lena; Aureo Baqueiro; Ruben Blades; Gustavo Borner; Claudia Brant; David Cabrera; Doctor Krapula; Don Omar; Paula Fernandes; Alejandra Guzman; Il Volo; La Vida Boheme; Los Tigres Del Norte; Pitbull; Sie7e; Caetano Veloso; And Wisin Y Yandel.

This year’s Album Of The Year nominees features some of the most prominent names in Latin music: Alex, Jorge Y Lena for Alex, Jorge Y Lena; Calle 13 for Entren Los Que Quieran; Franco De Vita for En Primera Fila; Enrique Iglesias for Euphoria; and Shakira for Sale El Sol.

The race for Record Of The Year features a diverse array of musical styles and artists: “Latinoamerica” by Calle 13; “Tan Solo Tu” by Franco De Vita with Alejandra Guzman; “Gritar” by Luis Fonsi; “Golpes En El Corazon” by Los Tigres Del Norte; and “Lo Mejor De Mi Vida Eres Tu” by Ricky Martin featuring Natalia Jimenez.

The Best New Artist category highlights some of the brightest newcomers from around the Latin music world: Pablo Alboran (Spain), Max Capote (Uruguay/Argentina), Paula Fernandes (Brazil), Il Volo (Italy), and Sie7e (Puerto Rico).

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