Ricky Martin, Shakira, Thalia and Juanes Among Superstar Nominees for ``Premio Lo Nuestro 2004'' Latin Music Awards.Entertainment Editors/Music Writers
MIAMI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 14, 2004
Latin music's hottest recording artists make up the list of nominees for the 2004 edition of "Premio Lo Nuestro Lo Nuestro is an awards show honoring the best of Latin music, presented by television network Univision. The awards began in 1989. Notable recipients include Gloria Estefan, Shakira, Selena, Celia Cruz and Juanes. a la Musica Latina," the oldest and most popular Latin music award program in the U.S. A total of 180 nominations in 32 categories were announced today. Winners will be revealed during a sensational sen·sa·tion·al
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2. Arousing or intended to arouse strong curiosity, interest, or reaction, especially by exaggerated or lurid details: 3-hour special that will be telecast LIVE on Univision Network on Thursday, February 26 from 8-11 pm ET/PT (7-10 pm Central/Mountain).
Recognizing excellence in five different genres -- Pop, Tropical, Regional Mexican, Rock, and Urban -- the "Premio Lo Nuestro" awards are bestowed yearly to the very best talent in the Latin music industry. This year's list of nominees, selected from charts compiled by the prominent industry publication Radio & Records(R), includes such internationally famous superstars as Ricky Martin, Juanes, Thalia, Shakira, David Bisbal David Bisbal (born June 5, 1979) is a Latin Grammy-winning Spanish pop singer. He gained fame as a finalist on the interactive reality television show Operación Triunfo. , Mana, Olga Tanon, Marc Anthony For other people named "Marc Anthony" or "Mark Anthony", see .
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"Premio Lo Nuestro" is the highest-rated television program among Hispanics in the United States Hispanics in the United States, or Hispanic Americans, are American citizens or residents of Hispanic ethnicity who identify themselves as having Hispanic Cultural heritage. According to the 2000 Census, Hispanic Americans constitute roughly 12. , watched by more than five million Hispanic viewers, beating all other English or Spanish language Spanish language, member of the Romance group of the Italic subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages (see Romance languages). The official language of Spain and 19 Latin American nations, Spanish is spoken as a first language by about 330 million persons TV programs including the Super Bowl.
Following is a complete list of 2004 "Premio Lo Nuestro" nominees by genre and category:
GENERO POP (POP GENRE) Album del Ano, Interprete (Best Album, Performer) 1) Almas del Silencio, Ricky Martin 2) Santo Pecado, Ricardo Arjona 3) Estrella Guia, Alexandre Pires 4) Millie, Millie Corretjer 5) Rojo Relativo, Tiziano Ferro Artista Masculino (Best Male Artist) 1) Ricky Martin 2) Ricardo Arjona 3) Alexandre Pires 4) Juanes Artista Femenina (Best Female Artist) 1) Thalia 2) Shakira 3) Millie Corretjer 4) Soraya Grupo o Duo (Best Group or Duo) 1) Mana 2) Sin Bandera 3) Juanes y Nelly Furtado 4) La Oreja de Van Gogh Revelacion del Ano (Best New Artist of the Year) 1) Alex Ubago 2) Ana Cristina 3) Axe Bahia 4) Contagious 5) Daniel Rene 6) David Bisbal 7) Erika 8) Frankie J 9) Hector 10) Juan Fernando Velasco 11) Julio Iglesias Jr. 12) Linda Bandry 13) Los Tres 14) Mia 15) Nadia 16) Roselyn Sanchez 17) Tiziano Ferro 18) Yahir Cancion del Ano e Interprete (Song of the Year, Performer) 1) Mariposa Traicionera, Mana 2) No Me Ensenaste, Thalia 3) Tal Vez, Ricky Martin 4) Que Me Quedes Tu, Shakira 5) El Problema, Ricardo Arjona GENERO ROCK (ROCK GENRE) Album del Ano, Interprete (Best Album, Performer) 1) Dance and Dense Denso, Molotov 2) El Primer Instinto, Jaguares 3) Super Riddim Internacional Vol. 1, El Gran Silencio 4) Alma en Fuego, Inspector 5) Libertad, La Ley Interpretacion del Ano (Best Performer) 1) Molotov 2) Cafe Tacuba 3) Jaguares 4) El Gran Silencio Revelacion del Ano (Best New Artist of the Year) 1) Alessandra 2) Circo 3) Inspector 4) Jorge Correa 5) La Zurda 6) Las Ninas 7) Natalia Lafourcade GENERO TROPICAL (TROPICAL GENRE) Album del Ano, Interprete (Best Album, Performer) 1) Le Preguntaba a la Luna, Victor Manuelle 2) Mi Alma y Corazon, India 3) Escuchame, Joseph Fonseca 4) A Puro Fuego, Olga Tanon 5) Estilo Propio, Son de Cali Artista Masculino (Best Male Artist) 1) Gilberto Santa Rosa 2) Victor Manuelle 3) Marc Anthony 4) Jerry Rivera Artista Femenina (Best Female Artist) 1) India 2) Olga Tanon 3) Celia Cruz 4) Sophy Grupo o Duo del Ano (Best Group or Duet) 1) Son de Cali 2) Limi-T 21 3) El Gran Combo 4) Bacilos Revelacion del Ano (Best New Artist) 1) Daniel 2) Puerto Raices 3) Sexappeal 4) Son Callejero 5) Son de Cali Cancion del Ano e Interprete (Best Song, Performer) 1) Si te Dijeron, Gilberto Santa Rosa 2) El Tonto Que No te Olvido, Victor Manuelle 3) Barco a La Deriva, Marc Anthony 4) Seduceme, India 5) Herida Mortal, Jerry Rivera Mejor Interpretacion Merengue del Ano (Best Merengue Performance) 1) Joseph Fonseca 2) Olga Tanon 3) Limi-T 21 4) Grupo Mania Mejor Interpretacion Salsa del Ano (Best Salsa Performance) 1) Gilberto Santa Rosa 2) Victor Manuelle 3) Marc Anthony 4) India Mejor Interpretacion Tradicional del Ano (Best Traditional Performance) 1) Monchy y Alexandra 2) Elvis Martinez 3) Nueva Era 4) Aventura GENERO REGIONAL MEXICANA (REGIONAL MEXICANA GENRE) Album del Ano, Interprete (Best Album, Performer) 1) Situaciones, Palomo 2) Soy Asi, Limite 3) Imperio, Tucanes de Tijuana 4) Tu Amor o Tu Desprecio, Marco Antonio Solis 5) Afortunado, Joan Sebastian Artista Masculino (Best Male Artist) 1) Marco Antonio Solis 2) Joan Sebastian 3) Pepe Aguilar 4) Jorge Luis Cabrera Artista Femenina (Best Female Artist) 1) Jennifer Pena 2) Ninel Conde 3) Graciela Beltran 4) Marisela Grupo o Duo del Ano (Best Group or Duet) 1) Conjunto Primavera 2) Palomo 3) Kumbia Kings/Juan Gabriel/El Gran Silencio 4) Intocable Revelacion del Ano (Best New Artist) 1) A.T.M 2) Adan Cuen 3) Angel Garay 4) Banda Alameda 5) Big Pepe 6) Conjunto Piramide 7) Erika 8) Hermanos Higuera 9) Isabela 10) Ivan Diaz 11) Jimena 12) Joel Higuera con su Nuevo Grupo 13) K-Paz de la Sierra 14) La Onda 15) Los Sombras del Malverde 16) Pepito 17) Punto y Aparte 18) Sandra 19) Santos Diablitos 20) Talisman 21) Temblor del Norte 22) Universales del Norte 23) Ursula Sol 24) Victor Garcia 25) Violento 26) Zuly Cancion del Ano, Interprete (Song of the Year, Performer) 1) Una Vez Mas, Conjunto Primavera 2) De Uno y De Todos Modos, Palomo 3) No Tengo Dinero, Kumbia Kings/Juan Gabriel/Gran Silencio 4) Muy a tu Manera, Intocable 5) Suena, Intocable Mejor Interpretacion Tejana del Ano (Best Tejano Performance) 1) Control 2) La Onda 3) Palominos Mejor Interpretacion Grupera del Ano (Best Grupera Performance) 1) Limite 2) Los Temerarios 3) Bronco El Gigante de America 4) Socios del Ritmo Mejor Interpretacion Ranchera del Ano (Best Ranchera Performance) 1) Pepe Aguilar 2) Vicente Fernandez 3) Marco Antonio Solis Mejor Interpretacion Banda del Ano (Best Banda Performance) 1) Coyote y Su Banda Tierra Santa 2) Joan Sebastian 3) Montez de Durango 4) Banda el Recodo Mejor Interpretacion Nortena del Ano (Best Norteno Performance) 1) Conjunto Primavera 2) Palomo 3) Intocable 4) Tucanes de Tijuana GENERO URBANA (URBANA GENRE) Album del Ano, Interprete (Best Album, Performer) 1) La Prueba, Magic Juan 2) De Fiesta, El General 3) El Abayarde, Tego Calderon 4) Proyecto Akwid, Akwid 5) iTomala!, Los Tetas Interpretacion del Ano (Best Performance) 1) Magic Juan 2) El General 3) Vico C 4) Tego Calderon VIDEO DEL ANO (VIDEO OF THE YEAR) Cancion, Artista, Director (Song, Artist, Director) 1) No es lo Mismo, Alejandro Sanz, Jaume De Laiguana 2) Quitemonos la Ropa, Alexandre Pires, J.L. Massa 3) Perfume, Bajafondo, Miguel Kohan 4) Digale, David Bisbal, Rita Clip 5) Hoy, Gloria Estefan, Gloria Estefan y Emilio Estefan Jr. 6) Bonito, Jarabe de Palo, Andre Cruz 7) Fotografia, Juanes, Picky Talarico 8) Minutos, Ricardo Arjona, Simon Brand 9) Jaleo, Ricky Martin, Kacho Lopez y Carlos Perez 10) Amor Amor, Roselyn Sanchez, Pablo Croce
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