Watch Shakira Win Best Pop Vocal For "Ojos AsÍ" At The First-Ever Latin GRAMMYs | GRAMMY Rewind
Though she's been recording in her native Spanish since the early '90s, today Shakira is one of the most recognizable Latin crossover success stories of the modern music era. And she's got the trophies to prove it: The Colombian pop powerhouse has 13 Latin GRAMMYs and three GRAMMYs to her name.
In the year 2000, at the first-ever Latin GRAMMY Awards, she pulled in a golden gramophone for her late '90s single "Ojos AsÍ" ("Eyes Like That"). Walking onto the stage to accept her award, Shakira dedicated her win to her home country. "I want to dedicate this award to that country that is going through a difficult time right now but never never forget how to smile. For you, Columbia," she said.
Watch the Super Bowl 2020 Halftime Show performer accept one of her first Latin GRAMMYs above in this special edition of GRAMMY Rewind, and catch the 20th Annual Latin GRAMMYs live from Las Vegas on Univision on Nov. 14.