Latin Grammy Awards of 2003: Wikis

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4th Latin Grammy Awards
Date September 3, 2003
Venue American Airlines Arena, Miami, FL
Network CBS
Host George Lopez
Persona Del Ano Gilberto Gil

The 4th Annual Latin Grammys were held in Miami at the American Airlines Arena on Wednesday, September 3, 2003. Juanes was the night's biggest winner winning a record five awards including Album of the Year. He tied his own record winning five awards again five years later in 2008. Juan Luis Guerra and Calle 13 also tied this record in 2007 and 2009 respectively.

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Winners

General Field

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Record Of The Year

  • "Es por ti"- Juanes
    • Gustavo Santaolalla & Juanes, producers; Anibal Kerpel & Thom Russo, engineers/mixers

Album Of The Year

Song Of The Year

  • "Es por ti"- Juanes, songwriter (Juanes)

Best New Artist

Pop Field

Best Female Pop Vocal Album

Best Male Pop Vocal Album

Best Pop Album By A Duo Or Group With Vocal

  • "Caraluna"- Bacilos

Best Pop Instrumental Album

Rap/Hip-Hop Field

Best Rap/Hip-Hop Album

Rock Field

Best Rock Solo Vocal Album

  • "Un día normal"- Juanes

Best Rock Album By A Duo Or Group With Vocal

  • "Revolución de amor"- Maná

Best Rock Song

  • "Mala Gente"- Juanes, songwriter (Juanes)

Tropical Field

Best Salsa Album

Best Merengue Album

Best Contemporary Tropical Album

  • "Mundo"- Rubén Blades

Best Traditional Tropical Album

  • "Buenos hermanos"- Ibrahim Ferrer

Best Tropical Song

  • "Mi primer millón"- Sergio George y Jorge Villamizar, songwriters (Bacilos)

Regional Mexican Field

Ranchero Album

Best Banda Album

Best Grupero Album

  • "Qué sentirás?"- Atrapado

Best Tejano Album

  • "Si me faltas tú"- Jimmy González y El Grupo Mazz

Best Norteño Album

  • "La tercera es la vencida... eso!"- Los Terribles del Norte

Best Regional Mexican Song

  • "Afortunado"- Joan Sebastián, songwriter (Joan Sebastián)

Traditional Field

Best Folk Album

Best Tango Album

  • "Homenaje a Piazzolla"- Sexteto Mayor

Best Flamenco Album

  • "El corazón de mi gente"- Pepe de Lucia

Jazz Field

Best Latin Jazz Album

  • "Brazilian dreams"- Paquito D'Rivera

Christian Field

Best Christian Album

Brazilian Field

Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album

Best Brazilian Rock Album

Best Samba/Pagode Album

Best MPB (Música Popular Brasileira) Album

Best Sertaneja Album

Best Brazilian Roots/Regional Album

Best Brazilian Song (Portuguese Language)

Children's Field

Best Latin Children's Album

  • "Xuxa só para baixinhos 3"- Xuxa.

Classical Field

Best Classical Album

Production Field

Best Engineered Album

Producer Of The Year

Music Video Field

Best Music Video

  • "Frijolero"- Molotov
    • Jason Archer & Paul Beck, video directors; Kathee Schneider, video producer

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