Poll: Who Do You Think Voters Will Choose For Best Latin Pop Album?
The 61st GRAMMY Awards' Best Latin Pop Album category reflects not only a diversity of artists from all over Latin America and from Spain, but also a range of experiences, backgrounds and voices that make up the Latin pop genre today.
From Spain's Pablo Alboran incorporating Latin urban rhythms in songs about love on his album Prometo to first-time nominee Argentine singer/songwriter Claudia Brant's passionate, personally fulfilling Sincera, there’s no doubt this will be a tough choice for voters.
Mexican singer/songwriter Natalia Lafourcade is also in the running. Lafourcade pays homage to popular Latin American music composers by giving well-known and cherished classics her own touch in Musas (Un Homenaje Al Folclore Latinoamericano En Manos De Los Macorinos), Vol. 2.
Or it could go to Puerto Rico's Raquel Sofia, who dived deep into personal themes, including heartbreak, bringing together soul, jazz, pop and more.
And we can’t forget Colombian singer/songwriter Carlos Vives, who on Vives gave us his lively, upbeat sounds, but also brought light to social issues in countries like Mexico.
While you'll have to tune in to the 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards on Feb.10 to find out who voters chose, you can make your voice heard by voting above. So, which Latin Pop Album would you vote for?