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Premio Lo Nuestro list of winners


A complete list of the award winners:

General Category

Premio Lo Nuestro artist of the year - Jenni Rivera

Collaboration of the year – “El Verdadero Amor Perdona,” Maná and Prince Royce

New artist of the year – 3Ball MTY

Video of the year – “Corre”, Jesse & Joy

Pop Category

Pop album of the year – “Joyas Prestadas”, Jenni Rivera

Pop song of the year – “A Cambio de Que”, Jenni Rivera

Pop male artist of year – Alejandro Sanz

Pop female artist of year – Jenni Rivera

Pop group/duo of the year - Jesse & Joy

Rock/Alternative Category

Rock/alternative album of the year – “Exiliados en la Bahía: Lo Mejor de Maná”, Maná

Rock/alternative artist of the year – Maná

Rock/alternative song of the year – “El Verdadero Amor Perdona”, Maná and Prince Royce

Tropical Category

Tropical album of the year – “Phase II”, Prince Royce

Tropical song of the year – “Incondicional”, Prince Royce

Tropical male artist of the year - Prince Royce

Tropical female artist of the year – Olga Tañón

Tropical group/duo of the year - Chino y Nacho

Tropical merengue artist of the year - Juan Luis Guerra

Tropical Salsa artist of the year – Víctor Manuelle

Tropical contemporary artist of the year – Prince Royce

Regional Mexican Category

Regional Mexican album of the year – “Inténtalo”, 3Ball MTY

Regional Mexican male artist of the year – Espinoza Paz

Regional Mexican female artist of the year – Jenni Rivera

Regional Mexican song of the year – “Amor Confuso”, Gerardo Ortiz

Regional mexcian group/duo group of the year – La Arolladora Banda el Limón de René Camacho

Banda artist of the year - Banda el Recodo

Duranguense artist of the year - Grupo Montéz de Durango

Grupero artist of the year - Grupo Bryndis

Norteño artist of the year - Gerardo Ortiz

Ranchero artist of the year - Vicente Fernández

Urban Category

Urban album of the year – “Líderes”, Wisin y Yandel

Urban song of the year – “Lovumba”, Daddy Yankee

Urban artist of the year – Wisin y Yandel

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