The nominees are ...

General Field

Record of the Year

"Mi Primer Millon," Bacilos (Sergio George, producer; Jon Fausty, engineer/mixer); "Es Por Ti," Juanes (Juanes and Gustavo Santaolalla, producers; Anibal Kerpel and Thom Russo, engineers/mixers); "Hasta Que Vuelvas," Luis Miguel (Luis Miguel and Bebu Silvetti, producers; Alfredo Mathus, Rafa Sardina and Al Schmidt, engineers/mixers); "Frijolero," Molotov (Gustavo Santaolalla, producer; Robert Carranza and Anibal Kerpel, engineers/mixers); "Ja Sei Namorar," Tribalistas (Arnaldo Antunes, Carlinhos Brown, Marisa Monte and Ale Siqueira, producers; Flavio De Souza, William Jr., Antoine Midani, Marisa Monte and Ale Siqueira, engineers/mixers).

Album of the Year

"Caraluna," Bacilos (Bacilos, Sergio George, Luis F. Ochoa and Gonzalo Vasquez, producers; Gustavo Afont, Jon Fausty, Iker Gastraminsa, Jaime Lagueruela, Bob St. John, Eric Schilling and Gonzalo Vasquez, engineers/mixers); "Mundo," Ruben Blades (Ruben Blades, Walter Flores and Edin Solis, producers; Walter Flores, Oscar Marin, Daniela Pastore and Edin Solis, engineers/mixers); "Un Dia Normal," Juanes (Juanes and Gustavo Santaolalla, producers; Anibal Kerpel and Thom Russo, engineers/mixers); "Estrella Guia," Alexandre Pires (Danilo Ballo, Antonio Carmona, Pedro Ferreira, Fernando Illan, Rey Nerio, Rudy Perez, Alexandre Pires, Julio Reyes, Emanuele Ruffinengo and Juan Vicente Zambrano, producers; Carlos Alvarez, Alex Angeloni, Danilo Ballo, Bob Benozzo, Andres Bermudez, Nico Bloise, Gustavo Celis, Roberto "Il Mac" Maccagno, Duda Mello, Freddy Pineros, Edu Recife, Enrico Romano, Emanuele Ruffinengo, Hector Sagrario, Richard Serotta, Felipe Tichauer, Bruce Weeden and Bruno Zucchetti, engineers/mixers); "Tribalistas," Tribalistas (Arnaldo Antunes, Carlinhos Brown, Marisa Monte and Ale Siqueira, producers; Flavio De Souza, William Jr., Antoine Midani, Marisa Monte and Ale Siqueira, engineers/mixers).

Song of the Year

"Caraluna," Jorge Villamizar; "En El 2000," Natalia Lafourcade; "Es Por Ti," Juanes; "Mi Primer Millon," Sergio George and Jorge Villamizar, songwriters (Bacilos); "Tal Vez," Franco De Vita.

Best New Artist

David Bisbal; Tiziano Ferro; Natalia Lafourcade; Fernanda Porto; Alex Ubago.

Pop

Female Pop Vocal Album

"En Alma, Cuerpo y Corazon," Gisselle; "Acustico," Ednita Nazario; "Sobrevivir," Olga Tanon; "Thalia," Thalia; "Fragil," Ana Torroja.

Male Pop Vocal Album

"Santo Pecado," Ricardo Arjona; "Corazon Latino," David Bisbal; "Quizas," Enrique Iglesias; "Estrella Guia," Alexandre Pires; "Versos En La Boca," Serrat.

Pop Album by a Duo or Group

With Vocal

"Caraluna," Bacilos; "Marca Registrada," Ilegales; "Dame La Mano," Ketama; "Las Hijas Del Tomate," Las Ketchup; "4," A.B. Quintanilla III Presents Kumbia Kings.

Pop Instrumental Album

"Bajofondo Tango Club," Bajofondo Tango Club; "Gardel Tango," Di Blasio; "Historia Sinfonica Del Pop Espanol," Orquesta Sinfonica de Barcelona; "eforeFuacata! Live," Spam Allstars; "Mi Alma Latina," Nestor Torres.

Rap/Hip-Hop

Rap/Hip-Hop Album

"The Phenomenon, " Big Boy; "El Abayarde," Tego Calderon; "Elevado," Dante; "El General de Fiesta," El General; "Emigrante," Orishas; "Emboscada," Vico C.

Rock

Female Rock Vocal Album

This category is combined with the following category.

Rock Solo Vocal Album

"Siempre Es Hoy," Gustavo Cerati; "Influencia," Charly Garcia; "Un Dia Normal," Juanes; "Natalia Lafourcade," Natalia Lafourcade; "Obras en Vivo," Spinetta.

Rock Album by Duo or Group With Vocal

"El Primer Instinto," Jaguares; "Bonito," Jarabe de Palo; "Revolucion de Amor," Mana; "Dance and Dense Denso," Molotov; "Money Pa' Que," Rabanes.

Rock Song

"Amate y Salvate," La Ley; "En El 2000," Natalia Lafourcade; "Frijolero," Paco Ayala, Randy Ebright and Miguel Huidobro; "Mala Gente," Juanes; "Te Aviso, Te Anuncio (Tango)," Shakira.

Tropical

Salsa Album

"Infinito," Oscar D'Leon; "40 Aniversario en Vivo," El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico; "Latin Song Bird: Mi Alma y Corazon," India; "Le Preguntaba a la Luna," Victor Manuelle; "Viceversa," Gilberto Santa Rosa.

Merengue Album

"Urbano," Elvis Crespo; "Latino," Grupo Mania; "Swing a Domicilio," Los Hermanos Rosario; "Sigo Siendo el Hombre Merengue," Kinito Mendez; "Pienso Asi...," Milly Quezada.

Contemporary Tropical Album

"Mundo," Ruben Blades; "Live in the USA," Charanga Habanera; "Mambo Sinuendo," Ry Cooder & Manuel Galban; "En el Malecon de la Habana,"Juan Formell y Los Van Van; "Confesiones ...," Monchy y Alexandra.

Tropical

Traditional Tropical Album

"Buenos Hermanos," Ibrahim Ferrer; "50 Years of Mambo," The Mambo All Stars Orchestra; "Guitarra Mia," Polo Montanez; "Estoy Como Nunca," Eliades Ochoa; "Mi Ritmo," Plena Libre.

Tropical Song

"Bandida," Elvis Crespo; "La Salsa Vive," Sergio George and Jorge Luis Piloto; "Mi Primer Millon," Sergio George and Jorge Villamizar; "Por Mas Que Intento," Kike Santander; "Seduceme," R. Contreras, J. Greco, India and S. Marte.

Regional - Mexican

Ranchero Album

"Y Tenerte Otra Vez," Pepe Aguilar; "Rocio Durcal ... En Concierto Inolvidable," Rocio Durcal; "Nina Amada Mia," Alejandro Fernandez; "De Corazon," Pedro Fernandez; "35 Aniversario -- Lo Mejor de Lara," Vicente Fernandez.

Banda Album

"Homenaje A Un Amigo," Banda Centenario; "No Me Se Rajar," Banda El Recodo; "La Reina De Las Bandas," Banda Machos; " ... No Voy A Llorar," Cuisillos; "Afortunado," Joan Sebastian.

Grupero Album

"Alondra," Alondra; "theseQue Sentiras?" Atrapado; "Historias," Ivan Diaz; "Soy Asi," Limite; "Libre," Jennifer Pena.

Tejano Album

"Si Me Faltas Tu," Jimmy Gonzalez y El Grupo Mazz; "Conjunto Power," Jaime y Los Chamacos; "Acuerdate," Emilio Navaira; "Hombre En La Luna," Jay Perez; "El Gato Negro on the Prowl," Ruben Ramos and the Revolution.

Norteno Album

"Pa' Toda Mi Raza ... Eso!" Juan Acuna y El Terror Del Norte; "Perdoname Mi Amor," Conjunto Primavera; "La Tercera Es La Vencida

Regional Mexican Song

"Afortunado," Joan Sebastian; "Ay! Papacito" A.B. Quintanilla III and Alicia Villarreal; "Dame Un Minuto," Jimmy Gonzalez; "Las Vias Del Amor," Noe Hernandez, Alfonso Lizarraga and Joel Lizarraga; "Perdoname Mi Amor," Ramon Gonzalez Mora.

Traditional

Folk Album

"To My Country," Alex Acuna & Eva Ayllon with Los Hijos Del Sol; "Eva," Eva Ayllon; "Rumba De Corazon," Los Munequitos De Matanzas; "Raices Habaneras," Raices Habanera; "Acustico," Mercedes Sosa.

Tango Album

"Las Cosas Tienen Movimiento," Adrian Iaies Trio; "Adriana Nano y Los Bandoneones de Buenos Aires," Adriana Nano y Los Bandoneones de Buenos Aires; "En Vivo en El Colon," Orquesta Del Tango de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires; "La Rosa en Ginebra," Susana Rinaldi; "Homenaje A Piazzolla," Sexteto Mayor; "Trio de Camara Tangos," Leo Sujatovich.

Flamenco Album

"Orillas," Juan Carmona; "El Corazon de Mi Gente," Pepe de Lucia; "Teatro Real de Madrid," Diego el Cigala con Nino Josele; "Un Ramito De Locura," Carmen Linares con Gerardo Nunez Trio; "Lio," Jose Merce; "Suenos de Ida y Vuelta," Victor Monge Serranito con Camerata Romeu; "Gerardo Nunez Presenta la Nueva Escuela de la Guitarra Flamenca," various.

Jazz

Latin Jazz Album

"Bongo de Van Gogh," Alex Acuna & Justo Almario with Tolu; "The Shadow of the Cat," Gato Barbieri; "Brazilian Dreams," Paquito D'Rivera; "La Perfecta II," Eddie Palmieri; "Mundo Verde Esperanca," Hermeto Pascoal e Grupo; "Fantasia Cubana," Chucho Valdes.

Christian

Christian Album

"Amar a Alguien Como Yo," Patty Cabrera; "Funkytown," Funky; "Un Angel Llora," Annette Moreno y Jardin; "Almas Unidas," Perucho; "Sana Nuestra Tierra," Marcos Witt.

Brazilian

Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album

"Kaya n' Gan Daya -- Ao Vivo," Gilberto Gil; "Acustico MTV," Kid Abelha; "Pieta," Milton Nascimento; "Tribalistas," Tribalistas; "Live in Bahia," Caetano Veloso.

Brazilian Rock Album

"Rosas e Vinho Tinto," Capital Inicial; "Bocas Ordinarias," Charlie Brown Jr.; "Chegou a Hora de Recomecar," CPM 22; "Dez de Dezembro," Cassia Eller; "Nacao Zumbi," Nacao Zumbi; "Longo Caminho," Os Paralamas Do Sucesso.

Samba/Pagode Album

"Ao Vivo," Alcione; "Primeira Dama -- A Musica de Dona Ivone Lara," Leandro Braga; "A Musica de Paulinho da Viola," Teresa Cristina e Grupo Semente; "Voz e Coracao," Martinho da Vila; "Interprete," Jair Rodrigues.

Brazilian

MPB (Musica Popular Brasileira)

Album

"Maricotinha Ao Vivo," Maria Bethania; "Malabaristas Do Sinal Vermelho," Joao Bosco; "Contemporaneos," Dori Caymmi; "Gal Bossa Tropical," Gal Costa; "Do Coccix Ate O Pescoco, Elza Soares; "Eu Nao Peco Desculpa," Caetano Veloso e Jorge Mautner.

Sertaneja Album

"Minha Vida Minha Musica," Bruno & Marrone; "Festa Do Interior," Chitaozinho & Xororo; "100% Sertanejo," Comitiva Brasil; "Acustico -- Ao Vivo," Edson & Hudson; "Gian & Giovani," Gian & Giovani; "O Dono Do Mundo," Milionario & Jose Rico; "Zeze Di Camargo e Luciano," Zeze Di Camargo e Luciano.

Brazilian Roots/Regional Album

"O Canto Das Aguas," Fafa De Belem; "Chegando De Mansinho," Dominguinhos; "Cantoria Brasileira," Elomar, Pena Branca, Renato Teixeira, Teca Calazans e Xangai; "Pela Vida," Olodum; "Pena Branca Canta Xavantinho," Pena Branca.

Best Brazilian Song

(Portuguese Language)

"Cuide Bem Do Seu Amor," Herbert Vianna; "Ja Sei Namorar," Arnaldo Antunes, Carlinhos Brown and Marisa Monte; "Pieta," Chico Amaral; "Todo Errado," Jorge Mautner; "Tristesse," Milton Nascimento.

Children's

Best Latin Children's Album

"El Gran Final," Complices Al Rescate (Alejandro Abaroa, producer); "Carta Al Nino Dios," Beatriz Contreras (Lila Jaramillo and Orlando Sandoval, producers); "Los Mejores Temas De Las Peliculas de Walt Disney," Tatiana (Jorge Avendano, producer); "Canciones De Gozo Para Ninos," various artists (Alejandro Allen and Edgar Arceo, producers); Xuxa So Para Baixinhos 3," Xuxa (Ze Henrique and Xuxa Meneghel, producers).

Classical

Best Classical Album

"Biber: Requiem A 15 Battalia A 10," Jordi Savall y Capella Reial de Catalunya; Concert des Nations (Nicolas Bartholomee, producer); "Ernesto Nazareth 2 -- Mestres Brasileiros Vol. IV," Maria Teresa Madeira (Marcus Viana, producer); "Historia Del Soldado," Paquito D'Rivera (Dania Devora and Jose Luis Ruperez, producers); "Margarita La Tornera ... ," Angeles Blancas, Placido Domingo, Elisabete Matos, Garcia Navarro, Angel Odena, Stefano Palatch and Maria Rey-Joly (unknown, producer); "Nuevo," Kronos Quartet (David Harrington, Gustavo Santaolalla and Judith Sherman, producers).

Production

Best Engineered Album

"Money Pa' Que" (Rabanes), Mike Couzzi and Sebastian Krys; "Mundo" (Ruben Blades) Walter Flores, Oscar Marin, Daniela Pastore and Edin Solis; "Revolucion De Amor" (Mana), Benny Faccone; "Tribalistas" (Tribalistas), William Jr., Antoine Midani and Ale Siqueira; "Viceversa" (Gilberto Santa Rosa), Rolando Alejandro, Dominic Barbera, Jon Fausty, Brian Kinkead, Jose Lugo, Arturo Ortiz, Rei Pena, Pedro Rivera Toledo and Ronnie Torres.

Producer of the Year

Sergio George (Bacilos, Frankie Negron, Tito Nieves); Guto Graca Mello (Simone, RPM, Milton Nascimento); Luis F. Ochoa (Bacilos); Gustavo Santaolalla (Bajofondo Tango Club, Arbol, Molotov, Cafe Tacuba, Kronos Quartet, Juanes); Bebu Silvetti (Luis Miguel, Armando Manzanero con Alex Lora, Rocio Durcal, Ricardo Montaner).

Music Video

Best Music Video (1 song)

"El Problema," Ricardo Arjona (Daniel Gruener, director; Daniel Gruener, producer); "Torero," Chayanne (Pablo Croce, director; Maria Ines Velez, producer); "Segredos," Frejat (Renan De Moraes, Leonardo Teixeira and Mauricio Vidal, directors; Marcelo Vidal, producer); "Bonito," Jarabe De Palo (Andre Cruz, director; Oviedo, producer); "Frijolero," Molotov (Jason Archer and Paul Beck, directors; Kathee Schneider, producer).

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Album of the year

BACILOS: "Caraluna"

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ALEXANDRE PIRES: "Estrella Guia"

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TRIBALISTAS: "Tribalistas"

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JUANES: "Un Dia Normal"

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RUBEN BLADES: "Mundo"

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