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Univision Music Group Receives 25 Latin GRAMMY Nominations

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MIAMI, FL. (Univision Music Group) - The leader in Latin Music, Univision Music Group's artists garnered 25 Latin GRAMMY nominations for the 7th annual Latin GRAMMY Awards. Univision and La Calle Records earned 11 nominations, Fonovisa Records earned 8, and Disa Records earned 6. The Latin GRAMMY Awards show will be broadcast live November 2nd on the Univision Network (8:00 p.m. ET/7:00 p.m. CT) from Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Univision and La Calle Records garnered nominations for their elite roster of artists in the following categories: pop, salsa, merengue, tropical, regional Mexicano, ranchero, banda, and tejano. The nominees are:

* Anais with "Asi Soy Yo" for Best Female Pop Album
* La India with "Soy Diferente" for Best Salsa Album
* Tito Nieves with "Hoy Manana y Siempre" for Best Salsa Album, and "Esa Boquita" for Best Tropical Song
* Limi-T 21 with "Rankeao" for Best Merengue Album
* Ciclon with "Ciclon" for Best Contemporary Tropical Album
* Pablo Montero with "A toda Ley" for Best Ranchero Album
* Lupillo Rivera with "El Rey de la cantinas" for Best Ranchero Album
* Graciela Beltran with "Rancherisimas Con Banda" for Best Banda Album
* El Coyote y su Banda Tierra Santa with "Prohibido" for Best Banda Album
* La Mafia with "Nuevamente" for Best Tejano Album

Fonovisa garnered 8 Latin GRAMMY nominations, making them once again the leading label in the regional Mexican category. Nominations include:
* Los Tigres del Norte with "Historias que contar" for Best Norteno Album
* Banda El Recodo with "Hay Amor" for Best Banda Album
* Bronco 'El Gigante De America' with "Por ti" for Best Grupero Album
* Ana Barbara with "No es Brujeria" for Best Grupero Album
* Guardianes Del Amor with "Decorame el Corazon" for Best Grupero Album
* Conjunto Primavera with "Aun sigues siendo Mia" for Best Regional Mexican Song
* Los Angeles de Charly with "Cuando te enamoras" for Best Regional Mexican Tropical Album
* Los Acosta with "Amor y Delirio" for Best Regional Mexican Tropical Album

Disa Records earned 6 well-deserved nominations, as follows:
* Los Horoscopos de Durango for Best Banda Album with "Antes muertas que sencillas"
* Grupo Bryndis with "Por muchas razones" for Best Grupero Album
* Palomo with "Pasion" for Best Norteno Album
* Los Angeles Azules with "Exitos de Juan Gabriel" for Best Regional Mexican Tropical Album
* Tropical Panama with "13 Cumbias" for Best Regional Mexican Tropical Album
* Tatiana with "El Regalo 2" for Best Music Album for Children.






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