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Latin Grammy Awards of 2002

3rd Latin Grammy Awards File:Latin grammy 2002 logo.jpg
Date September 18, 2002
Venue Kodak Theatre, Los Angeles, California
Host Gloria Estefan and Jimmy Smits
Network CBS
People of the Year Vicente Fernández
 < 2001  Latin Grammy Awards  2003 >

The 3rd Annual Latin Grammys were held in Los Angeles at the Kodak Theatre on Wednesday, September 18, 2002. Alejandro Sanz was the night's big winner winning a total of three awards including Album of the Year. The ceremony returned in style after the 2001 ceremony was cancelled because of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks across America.

Awards

Winners are in bold text.

General

Record of the Year

Alejandro Sanz — "Y Sólo Se Me Ocurre Amarte"

Album of the Year

Alejandro SanzMTV Unplugged

Song of the Year

Alejandro Sanz — "Y Sólo Se Me Ocurre Amarte"

Best New Artist

Jorge Moreno

Pop

Best Female Pop Vocal Album

RosarioMuchas Flores

Best Male Pop Vocal Album

Miguel BoséSereno

Best Pop Album by a Duo/Group with Vocals

Sin BanderaSin Bandera

Best Pop Instrumental Album

Chucho ValdésCanciones Inéditas

Rap/Hip-Hop

Best Rap/Hip-Hop Album

Vico CVivo

  • Camorra — Vírus
  • Nilo MC — Guajiro Del Asfalto
  • Nocaute — CD Pirata
  • X-AlfonsoX - Moré

Rock

Best Rock Solo Vocal Album

Alejandra GuzmánSoy

Best Rock Album by a Duo/Group with Vocals

La LeyMTV Unplugged

Best Rock Song

Juanes — "A Dios le Pido"

Tropical

Best Salsa Album

Celia CruzLa Negra Tiene Tumbao

Best Merengue Album

Olga TañónYo Por Ti

Best Contemporary Tropical Album

Carlos VivesDéjame Entrar

  • Felix D'Oleo — Frutos
  • Celso PiñaBarrio Bravo
  • Síntesis — Habana A Flor De Piel
  • Vocal SamplingCambio De Tiempo
Best Traditional Tropical Album

Bebo Valdés Trio with Cachao López and Carlos "Patato" Valdés — El Arte Del Sabor

  • Nelson Gonzalez — Pa' Los Treseros
  • Totó la MomposinaPacantó
  • Various Artists — Cuban Masters - Los Originales
  • Charlie ZaaDe Un Solo Sentimiento
Best Tropical Song

Andrés Castro, Martín Madera and Carlos Vives — "Déjame Entrar" (Carlos Vives)

Regional Mexican

Best Ranchero Album

Vicente FernándezMás Con El Número Uno

Best Banda Album

Cuisillos de Arturo MaciasPuras Rancheras Con Cuisillos

Best Grupero Album

Joan SebastianLo Dijo El Corazon

  • Grupo BryndisEn El Idioma Del Amor
  • Guardianes Del Amor — Muriendo De Frio
  • Los MismosPerdón Por Extrañarte
  • Priscila & Sus Balas De Plata — Para Mi Amor
Best Tejano Album

Jimmy González & El Grupo MazzSiempre Humilde

  • David Lee Garza & Los Musicales — Estamos Unidos
  • Ram Herrera — Ingrata
  • La MafiaInconfundible
  • Los Desperadoz — Desde El Corazón
Best Norteño Album

Ramón Ayala y Sus Bravos del Norte — El Número Cien

Best Regional Mexican Song

Freddie Martínez — "Del Otro Lado Del Porton" (Ramón Ayala y Sus Bravos del Norte)

Traditional

Best Folk Album

Susana BacaLamento Negro

Best Tango Album

Sérgio & Odair AssadSérgio & Odair Assad Play Piazzolla

  • Adrián IaiesTango Reflections
  • Raul Jaurena — Tango Bar
  • Néstor Marconi — Sobre Imágenes
  • Julia Zenko — Tango Por Vos
Best Flamenco Album

Antonio NúñezMis 70 Años Con El Cante

Jazz

Best Latin Jazz Album

Gonzalo Rubalcaba TrioSupernova

Christian

Best Christian Album

Padre Marcelo Rossi — Paz - Ao Vivo

  • Ileana Garcés — El Amor Tiene Un Valor
  • Roberto Orellana — Mi Nuevo Amor
  • Rabito — Viva La Vida
  • 33 DC — Ven, Es Tiempo de Adorarle

Brazilian

Best Brazilian Contemporary Pop Album

LenineFalange Canibal

Best Brazilian Rock Album

Cássia EllerAcústico MTV

Best Samba/Pagode Album

Zeca PagodinhoDeixa A Vida Me Levar

  • Martinho da VilaDa Roca e Da Cidade
  • Claudio Jorge — Coisa De Chefe
  • Riachao — Humanenochum
  • Nelson Sargento — Flores Em Vida
Best MPB Album

Chico Buarque and Edu LoboCambaio

Best Sertaneja Music Album

Bruno & MarroneAcústico – Ao Vivo

Best Brazilian Roots/Regional Album

Gilberto GilSão João Vivo

  • As Galvao — Nois E A Viola
  • Caju & Castanha — Andando De Coletivo
  • Heraldo do MonteViola Nordestina
  • DominguinhosLembrando Voce
Best Brazilian Song

Dori Caymmi and Paulo César Pinheiro — "Saudade De Amar" (Nana Caymmi)

Children's

Best Latin Children's Album

XuxaSó Para Baixinhos 2

  • Belinda — Cómplices al Rescate
  • ChiquititasChiquititas Vol. 7
  • MelodyDe Pata Negra
  • Miliki — Navidades Animadas

Classical

Best Classical Album

Quarteto Amazonia — Adiós Nonino - Quarteto Amazônia Toca Astor Piazzolla

  • Pablo Roberto Diemecke and Jorge Federico Osorio — Chávez: Conciertos Para Violin y Piano
  • María GuinandGolijov: La Pasión Según San Marcos
  • Luiz De Moura Castro and María José MontielModinha - Brazilian Songs
  • Cuarteto LatinoamericanoVilla-Lobos: String Quartets, Vol. 6

Production

Best Engineered Album

Andrés Bermúdez, Joel Numa and Silvio Richetto — Alexandre Pires (Alexandre Pires)

  • Jon Fausty — Cambio De Tiempo (Vocal Sampling)
  • Jorge "Mosquito" Garrido, Facundo Rodríguez, Ricardo Troilo and Alvaro Villagra — Lerner Vivo (Alejandro Lerner)
  • Moogie Canazio — Sandy & Junior (Sandy & Junior)
  • Gerónimo Labrada, Jr. and X-Alfonso — X-Moré (X-Alfonso)
Producer of the Year

Kike Santander

Music Video

Best Music Video

Shakira — "Suerte"

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