Who is the Spanish artist with the most Latin Grammy awards?

the gala of the 23rd Latin Grammy Awards It is just around the corner. In the early hours of Thursday, November 17 to Friday the 18th, one of the most anticipated nights of the year is celebrated in Las Vegas, in which hundreds of latino artists they hope to get one of the many gramophones that will be distributed.

The event will be presented by Anitta, Laura Pausini, Luis Fonsi Y Thaliawho will be in charge of conducting the evening in which Rosalía could make history.

There are many artists who have the possibility of winning one or more awards, including other Spanish ones such as Pablo Alboran, Pol Granch either Alejandro Sanz.

Who is the Spanish artist with the most Latin Grammys?

Right now, the Spaniard with the most Latin Grammy awards is on his shelves is Alejandro Sanz, which has 24 awards. The man from Madrid stands out because he is also the third artist worldwide that has the most Latin Grammys, only behind Residente and Visitante.

He got the first of them in 2001, the year in which he won four statuettes.

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  • Four awards in 2001: Album of the Year for The soul to air; Record of the Year The soul to air; Song of the Year for The soul to air; and Male Pop Vocal Album for The soul to air.
  • Three awards in 2002: Album of the Year for MTV Unplugged (Alejandro Sanz); Record of the Year for And it only occurs to me to love you; and Song of the Year for And it only occurs to me to love you.
  • Four awards in 2004: Record of the Year for Is not the same; Album of the Year for Is not the same; and Song of the Year for Is not the same; and Best Male Pop Vocal Album for Is not the same.
  • Two awards in 2005: Record of the Year for You don’t have a soul; and Song of the Year for you have no soul.
  • Two awards in 2006: Record of the Year for Torture (collaboration with Shakira); and Song of the Year for Torture (collaboration with Shakira).
  • An award in 2010: Best Male Pop Album for paradise express
  • An award in 2013: Best Contemporary Pop Album for The music is not played.
  • An award in 2015: Best Pop Vocal Album for Syrup.
  • An award in 2016: Best Long Form Music Video for LIVING syrup
  • An award in 2017: 2017 Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year.
  • Three awards in 2019: Record of the Year for My favorite person; Best Song for My favorite person; and Best Long Form Music Video for What I was is what I am.
  • An award in 2020: Record of the Year for With you

The Spaniards with the most Latin Grammy awards

After Alejandro Sanz, the second most awarded artist is rosaliawho has eight gramophones. The Catalan also has two other awards for the evil will, their second album, which won best recording engineering for an album and best packaging design. The awards were collected by its engineers and art directors.

The next artist on this list is Enrique Iglesias with five statuettes, followed by paco de lucia Y girl pastori with four each.

Enrique Iglesias
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This November 17th the 23rd edition of the Latin Grammy is celebrated, so we will have to wait to see who enters this classification of this distribution of statuettes. This year the man from Malaga could join Pablo Alboran or the group Old Morla. Also, C. Tangana add several awards and climb to the top of this list.

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Who is the Spanish artist with the most Latin Grammy awards?