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Pepe Aguilar won first first career GRAMMY for 2000 for Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album for 'Por Una Mujer Bonita.'

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Shakira won her first career GRAMMY for 2000 for Best Latin Pop Album for MTV Unplugged.

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Juanes earned his first career GRAMMY for 2008 for 'La Vida …. Es Un Ratico' for Best Latin Pop Album.

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Juan Luis Guerra won his first GRAMMY for Best Tropical Latin Album for 'Bachata Rosa' at the 34th GRAMMY Awards.

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Sergio Mendes won his first GRAMMY for 1992 for Best World Album for Brasileiro.

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Gloria Estefan earned her first career GRAMMY for 1993 for 'Mi Tierra' for Best Tropical Latin Album.

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Gloria Estefan, GRAMMY winner
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Rubén Blades won his first GRAMMY in at the 29th GRAMMY Awards for Best Tropical Latin Performance for "Escenas."

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Ricky Martin earned his first career GRAMMY for 1998 for Best Latin Pop Performance for "Vuelve."

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Carlos Santana received his first GRAMMY win as a solo artist for "Blues For Salvador," which won Best Rock Instrumental Performance (Orchestra, Group Or Soloist) for 1988.

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What's your most anticipated album for fall 2017?

Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile, 'Lotta Sea Lice' (October)
2%
Beck, 'Colors' (Oct. 13)
3%
Miley Cyrus, 'Younger Now' (Sept. 29)
25%
Michael Jackson, 'Scream' (Sept. 29)
1%
The Killers, 'Wonderful Wonderful' (Sept. 22)
3%
Demi Lovato, 'Tell Me You Love Me' (Sept. 29)
19%
Nicki Minaj, TBA (TBA)
17%
Taylor Swift, 'Reputation' (Nov. 10)
19%
Sam Smith, TBA (TBA)
9%
Shania Twain, 'Now' (Sept. 29)
0%
St. Vincent, 'Masseduction' (Oct. 13)
1%
Other
1%