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Grammy Award for Best Salsa Album

The Grammy Award for Best Salsa Album was awarded from 2000 to 2003. In its first year the award was titled Best Salsa Performance. In 2004 this award was combined with the award for Best Merengue Album as the Grammy Award for Best Salsa/Merengue Album.

Years reflect the year in which the Grammy Awards were presented, for works released in the previous year.

2000s

Year Winner Nominations
2003 La Negra Tiene Tumbao by Celia Cruz Un Nuevo Amanecer by Anthony Cruz
Tremanda Rumba! by Maraca
Libre by Marc Anthony
Un Gran Día en el Barrio by Spanish Harlem Orchestra
2002 Encore by Roberto Blades Por Tu Placer by Frankie Negrón
Intenso by Gilberto Santa Rosa
Double Play by Oscar D'León and Wladimir
En Otra Onda by Tito Nieves
2001 Masterpiece/Obra Maestra by Tito Puente and Eddie Palmieri Celia Cruz and Friends: A Night of Salsa by Celia Cruz
Evolución by Luis Enrique
Son By Four by Son By Four
Hablando del Amor by Tony Vega
2000 Llego... Van Van - Van Van is Here by Los Van Van Gotcha! by Dark Latin Groove
Sola by India
De Otra Manera by Jerry Rivera
La Formula Original by Oscar D'León

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