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The Record of the Year is one of the two most prestigious Latin Grammy Awards presented annually. It has been awarded since 2000. The honorees are the artists, producers, and engineers and/or mixers. Years reflect the year in which the Latin Grammy Awards were handed out, for music released in the previous year.

Alejandro Sanz is the biggest winner in this category, with five victories (2006, 2005, 2004, 2002 and 2001). Shakira became the first female winner in 2006.

2000s

Year Winner Nominations
2009 "No Hay Nadie Como Tú", Calle 13 featuring Café Tacvba"; Eduardo Cabra & René Pérez, producers; Rafael Arcaute, Ivan Gutierrez, Edgardo Matta & Omar Vivoni, engineers/mixers "Aquí Estoy Yo" - Luis Fonsi featuring Aleks Syntek, Noel Schajris and David Bisbal
"Arlequim Desconhecido" - Ivan Lins & The Metropole Orchestra
"Si No Vas a Cocinar" - José Lugo Orchestra featuring Gilberto Santa Rosa
"En Cambio No" - Laura Pausini
2008 Juanes for "Me Enamora"; Juanes and Gustavo Santaolalla, producers; Anibal Kerpel & Thom Russo, engineers/mixers (*) Andrea Bocelli & Laura Pausini for "Vive Ya! (Vivere)"
Cabas for "Bonita"
Café Tacvba for "Volver a Comenzar"
Julieta Venegas for "El Presente"
2007 Juan Luis Guerra 440 for "La Llave de Mi Corazón"; Allan Leschhorn, Luis Mansilla and Ronnie Torres, engineers/mixers; Juan Luis Guerra, producer. (*) Beyoncé & Shakira for "Bello Embustero"
Miguel Bosé feat. Paulina Rubio for "Nena"
Gustavo Cerati for "La Excepción"
Ricky Martin feat. La Mari and Tommy Torres for "Tu Recuerdo"
2006 Shakira and Alejandro Sanz for "La Tortura"; Gustavo Celis, Kevin Killen and Rob Jacobs, engineers/mixers; Léster Méndez and Shakira, producers. (*) Ricardo Arjona for "Acompañame a Estar Solo"
Fonseca for "Te Mando Flores"
Sergio Mendes feat. The Black Eyed Peas for "Mas Que Nada"
Julieta Venegas for "Me Voy"
2005 Alejandro Sanz for "Tu No Tienes Alma"; Carlos Alvarez, Oscar Vinader and Rafa Sardina, engineers/mixers; Alejandro Sanz and Lulo Pérez, producers. (*) Bebe for "Malo"
Daddy Yankee for "Gasolina"
Reyli for "Amor del Bueno"
Aleks Syntek & Ana Torroja for "Duele El Amor"
2004 Alejandro Sanz for "No Es Lo Mismo"; Mick Guzauski and Rafa Sardina, engineers/mixers; Alejandro Sanz and Lulo Pérez, producers. (*) Maria Rita for "A Festa"
Robi Draco Rosa for "Más y Más"
Skank for "Dois Rios"
Bebo & Cigala for "Lágrimas Negras"
Julieta Venegas for "Andar Conmigo"
2003 Juanes for "Es Por Tí"; Anibal Kerpel and Thom Russo, engineers/mixers; Gustavo Santaolalla and Juanes, producers. (*) Bacilos for "Mi Primer Millón"
Luis Miguel for "Hasta Que Vuelvas"
Molotov for "Frijolero"
Tribalistas for "Ja Sei Namorar"
2002 Alejandro Sanz for "Y Sólo Se Me Ocurre Amarte"; Chris Brooke, Eric Schilling and Humberto Gatica, engineers/mixers; Humberto Gatica & Kenny O'Brien, producers. (*) Celia Cruz for "La Negra Tiene Tumbao"
La Ley for "Mentira"
Gian Marco for "Se Me Olvidó"
Carlos Vives for "Déjame Entrar"
2001 Alejandro Sanz for "El Alma Al Aire"; Joel Numa, Renato Cantele and Roberto Maccagno, engineers/mixers; Emanuele Ruffinengo, producer. (*) Christina Aguilera for "Pero Me Acuerdo de Tí"
Aterciopelados for "El Album"
Gilberto Gil for "Esperando Na Janela"
Juanes for "Fíjate Bien"
2000 Santana feat. Maná for "Corazón Espinado"; Benny Faccone, engineer/mixer; Fher Olvera and K. C. Porter, producers. Marc Anthony for "Dímelo"
Rubén Blades for "Tiempos"
Ricky Martin for "Livin' La Vida Loca"
Carlos Vives for "Fruta Fresca"

(*) indicates this recording also won the award for Song of the Year.

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