Latin Grammys 2018 winners list: See who took the night’s top awards

Uruguayan artist Jorge Drexler dominated the 2018 Latin Grammy Awards on Thursday night, taking home record of the year and song of the year for “Telefonia” and the best singer-songwriter album for “Salvavidas de hielo.”

But he wasn’t the only winner in Las Vegas. Here’s a full list of artists that took home awards in Latin music.

—Record of the year: “Telefonía”, Jorge Drexler.

—Album of the year: “¡México por siempre!”, Luis Miguel.

—Song of the year: “Telefonía”, Jorge Drexler, composer (Jorge Drexler).

—Best new artist: Karol G.

—Best contemporary pop vocal album: “F.A.M.E.”, Maluma.

—Best traditional pop vocal album: “Hazte sentir”, Laura Pausini.

—Best urban fusion/peformance: “Malamente”, Rosalía.

—Best urban music album: “Vibras”, J Balvin.

—Best urban song: “Dura”, Daddy Yankee, Urbani Mota Cedeño, Juan G. Rivera Vázquez and Luis Jorge Romero, composers (Daddy Yankee).

—Best rock album: “Expectativas”, Bunbury.

—Best pop/rock album: “Geometría del rayo”, Manolo García.

—Best rock song : “Tu vida mi vida”, Fito Páez, composer (Fito Páez).

—Best alternative music album: “Claroscura”, Aterciopelados”.

—Best alternative song: “Malamente”, Antón Alvarez Alfaro, Pablo Díaz-Reixa and Rosalía, composers (Rosalía).

—Best salsa album: “25/7”, Víctor Manuelle.

—Best cumbia/vallenato album: “Esto es vida”, Silvestre Dangond.

—Best contemporary tropical album: “Vives”, Carlos Vives.

—Best traditional tropical album: “A mí qué – Tributo a los clásicos cubanos”, José Alberto El Canario and El Septeto Santiaguero.


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