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Ricky Martin sweeps 2004 Billboard Latin Music Awards

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NEW YORK (Ricky Martin Fans Website) - Latin Pop superstar Ricky Martin scored triple success at last night's Latin Billboard Awards in Miami, Florida - making him the event's biggest winner.

Ricky Martin - who garnered international success with his 1999 hit "Living La Vida Loca," bagged the Latin Track Of The Year, Top Male Latin Pop Airplay Track and top Latin Album awards.
In a short acceptance speech to the audience, he said his success was "beautiful, beautiful, beautiful."

Late salsa star Celia Cruz, who died of a brain tumor last year, and Colombian singer Juanes also scooped three awards each. Cruz's three awards were presented to her widower - trumpet player Pedro Knight - who cried as he accepted one of the trophies.

Following is the winners list of the 2004 Billboard Latin Music Awards (April 29, Miami):
Hot Latin Track Of The Year: "Tal Vez," Ricky Martin
Hot Latin Track Of The Year, Vocal Duet: "Fotografia," Juanes With Nelly Furtado
Hot Latin Tracks Artist Of The Year: Conjunto Primavera
Songwriter Of The Year: Juanes
Producer Of The Year: Rudy Perez
Latin Pop Album Of The Year, Male: "Almas Del Silencio," Ricky Martin
Latin Pop Album Of The Year, Female: "Por Ti," Ednita Nazario
Latin Pop Album Of The Year, Duo Or Group: "4," A.B. Quintanilla III Presents Kumbia Kings
Latin Pop Album Of The Year, New Artist: "Corazon Latino," David Bisbal
Top Latin Albums Artist Of The Year: Celia Cruz
Latin Rock/Alternative Album Of The Year: "Coming Up (EP)," Ozomatli
Tropical Album Of The Year, Male: "Buenos Hermanos," Ibrahim Ferrer
Tropical Album Of The Year, Female: "Regalo Del Alma," Celia Cruz
Tropical Album Of The Year, Duo Or Group: "Mas Flow," Lunytunes & Noriega
Tropical Album Of The Year, New Artist: "Mas Flow," Lunytunes & Noriega
Regional Mexican Album Of The Year, Male Solo Artist: "Tu Amor O Tu Desprecio," Marco Antonio Solis
Regional Mexican Album Of The Year, Male Duo or Group: De Durango A Chicago," Grupo Montez De Durango
Regional Mexican Album Of The Year, Female Group or Female Solo Artist: "Dulce Y Salado," Ana Gabriel
Regional Mexican Album Of The Year, New Artist: "Proyecto Akwid," Akwid
Latin Greatest Hits Album Of The Year: "Hits Mix," Celia Cruz
Latin Compilation Album Of The Year: "30 Gruperas De Coleccion," Various Artists
Latin Jazz Album Of The Year: "Trumpet Evolution," Arturo Sandoval
Latin Dance Club Play Track Of The Year: "Seduceme/Seduce Me Now" (Remixes), India
Latin Dance Single Of The Year: "Iim Glad" (Paul Oakenfold Remix), Jennifer Lopez
Latin Rap/Hip-Hop Album Of The Year: "Proyecto Akwid," Akwid
Latin Pop Airplay Track Of The Year, Male: "Tal Vez," Ricky Martin
Latin Pop Airplay Track Of The Year, Female: "Hoy," Gloria Estefan
Latin Pop Airplay Track Of The Year, Duo Or Group: "Fotografia," Juanes & Nelly Furtado
Latin Pop Airplay Track Of The Year, New Artist: "Alucinado," Tiziano Ferro
Tropical Airplay Track Of The Year, Male: "Si Te Dijeron," Gilberto Santa Rosa
Tropical Airplay Track Of The Year, Female: "Seduceme," India
Tropical Airplay Track Of The Year, Duo or Group: "Se Nos Perdio El Amor," El Gran Combo De Puerto Rico
Tropical Airplay Track Of The Year, New Artist: "Intentalo Tu," Joe Veras
Regional Mexican Airplay Track Of The Year, Male Solo Artist: "Quedate Callada," Jorge Luis Cabrera
Regional Mexican Airplay Track Of The Year, Male Group: "Una Vez Mas," Conjunto Primavera
Regional Mexican Airplay Track Of The Year, Female Group or Female Solo Artist: "Ay! Papacito (Uy! Daddy)," Limite
Regional Mexican Airplay Track Of The Year, New Artist: "Y Como Quieres Que Te Quiera," Fabian Gomez
Latin Christian/Gospel Album Of The Year: "Milagro," Jaci Velasquez
Latin Tour Of The Year: Luis Miguel






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