MTV Video Music Award for Best Latino Artist

The MTV Video Music Award for Best Latin Artist was first introduced to the MTV Video Music Awards in 2010 under the name Tr3́s Latino Artist of the Year. The winner is chosen by the viewers voting in MTV Tr3s' official web. The winner, however, does not receive the award at the main ceremony. This category were rewarded from 2006 to 2009 in Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica.

Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica

Year Winner Other nominees
2006 MTV Tr3́s Viewer's Choice Award:
Don Omar
  • Daddy Yankee
  • Luis Fonsi
  • Kumbia Kings
  • Ricky Martin
2007 MTV Tr3́s Viewer's Choice Award — Best Pop Artist:
Aventura
  • Daddy Yankee
  • Enrique Iglesias
  • Jennifer Lopez
  • RKM & Ken-Y
MTV Tr3́s Viewer's Choice Award — Best Urban Artist:
Wisin & Yandel
  • Calle 13
  • Don Omar
  • Hector "El Father"
  • Joell Ortiz
MTV Tr3́s Viewer's Choice Award — Best New Artist:
Kat DeLuna
  • Down AKA Kilo
  • Gustavo Laureano
  • Notch
  • Xtreme
2009 Best MTV Tr3́s Artist:
Aventura
  • Calle 13
  • Pitbull
  • Tito El Bambino
  • Wisin & Yandel
Best New MTV Tr3́s Artist:
Da' Zoo
  • Franco "El Gorila"
  • Jazmín López
  • Marcy Place
  • Pee Wee

MTV Video Music Awards

Year Winner Other nominees
2010 Aventura
  • Camila
  • Daddy Yankee
  • Pitbull
  • Shakira
  • Wisin & Yandel
2011 Zun Zun Rompiendo Caderas"
  • Danza Kuduro"
  • Tonight (I'm Lovin' You)"
  • Lluvia al Corazón"
  • Corazón Sin Cara"
2012 Romeo Santos
  • Juanes
  • Jennifer Lopez
  • Pitbull
  • Wisin & Yandel
2013 Daddy Yankee
  • Don Omar
  • Jesse & Joy
  • Pitbull
  • Alejandro Sanz

See also

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