Nicki Minaj, Taylor Swift, Sam Smith: Most Anticipated Fall Album?
2017 has been a big year already in music, especially for streaming, festivals and Latin pop. With summer sneaking into the rearview and stores filling up with Halloween paraphernalia, we want to know which upcoming fall album release you're looking forward to the most.
So here's your chance to be heard: From Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato and Taylor Swift to in-the-works new offerings by Sam Smith and Nicki Minaj, what's album are you looking forward to the most in fall 2017?:
Mon Laferte, Juanes, Residente: Album Of The Year Latin GRAMMY Poll
Colombian singer/songwriter Juanes is bidding for history with his current Latin GRAMMY Album Of The Year nomination. If he should take the honor, it would mark his fourth Album Of The Year win, which would be the most in the category's history. (He, Alejandro Sanz and Juan Luis Guerra 4.40 have three each.)
The rest of the field comprises a diverse contingent: Rubén Blades Con Roberto Delgado & Orquesta, Spaniard Antonio Carmona, Dominican Vicente García, Puerto Rican Nicky Jam, Chilean Mon Laferte, Mexican Natalia Lafourcade, Puerto Rico's Residente, Colombian Shakira, and Cuban Danay Suarez.
Who will take home Album Of The Year? Cast your vote below.
Luis Fonsi To Maluma: Who Will Win Record Of The Year Latin GRAMMY?
Including the likes of Shakira and Carlos Vives to Natalia Lafourcade, Marc Anthony, Jesse & Joy, and Alejandro Sanz, the previous Latin GRAMMY winners for Record Of The Year reads like a who's who of Latin music. This year's nominees are no different.
With Rubén Blades' sensual "La Flor De La Canela," Luis Fonsi featuring Daddy Yankee's song of the summer "Despacito," Residente's impactful "Guerra," Ricky Martin with Maluma's Vente Pa' Ca," and Jorge Drexler's "El Surco," among others, this year's class of 18th Latin GRAMMY Awards nominees for Record Of The Year is loaded.
Which song do you think will take home the Latin GRAMMY for Record Of The Year? Cast your vote below.
Cnco To Sofía Reyes: Who Will Win The Best New Artist Latin GRAMMY?
They have each won the prestigious Latin GRAMMY for Best New Artist.
Spanning Colombian pop songstress Paula Arenas, Latin pop band Cnco, Dominican singer/songwriter Vicente García, Colombia's Martina La Peligrosa, and Latin pop duo Mau Y Ricky to Venezuelan reggae collective Rawayana, Mexican singer/songwriter Sofía Reyes, Spain's Rosalía, Cuban R&B/rap artist Danay Suarez, and Colombian singer/songwriter Sebastián Yatra, this year's field of 18th Latin GRAMMY Awards nominees is loaded with talent.
Who will take home the coveted prize? Cast your vote below.