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Topic - Latin Recording Academy
Juanes, Juan Luis Guerra, Nelly Furtado and Natalie Cole are among the artists who celebrated Brazilian musician Caetano Veloso at a ceremony honoring him as the Latin Recording Academy's Person of the Year.
Dominican singer, songwriter and producer Juan Luis Guerra is the leading nominee at the 2012 Latin Grammy Awards.
The 13th Annual Latin Grammy Awards are coming back to Las Vegas for the fifth time.
Hip-hop duo Calle 13 won album of the year at the Latin Grammy Awards Thursday in Las Vegas, earning the top prize after a record-breaking ceremony that saw the Puerto Rican stepbrothers receive the 19th award of their career and the most awards ever in a single night.
Calle 13, the Puerto Rican hip-hop duo acclaimed for its politically charged lyrics, Afro-Caribbean beats and raunchy dance anthems, emerged as the new darling of Latin music Thursday night after sweeping the Latin Grammy Awards and collecting its 19th award from the Latin Recording Academy.
Hip-hop duo Calle 13 won album of the year at the Latin Grammy Awards Thursday in Las Vegas, earning the top prize after a record-breaking night that saw the Puerto Rican brothers receive the 19th award of their career.
Her hips don't lie and neither do her massive album sales.
Shakira, the Latin Recording Academy's Person of the Year, released her quaking hips for a feisty performance of her reggeaton hit "Loca" during the Latin Grammy Awards on Thursday night.
Shakira is the 2011 Latin Recording Academy person of the year.
The Latin Grammys are returning to Sin City.
The Latin Grammy nominations spread the love between established artists and newcomers, nominating songwriters Juan Luis Guerra and Alejandro Sanz in four categories each.