2013 Grammy Awards: Full List of Winners!

It felt as though everyone was glued to the 55th Grammy Awards last night – including us!

As we watched from our homes, both our Twitter and Facebook feeds were ablaze – whether it was to discuss Jennifer Lopez’s leggy dress or the anticipation before each winner’s announcement. Miguel was definitely one of the hottest topics of the night – the 27-year-old crooner (who is part-Mexican) was nominated for several awards and eventually snagged the title of Best R&B Song for his beloved “Adorn” (which he also performed with rapper Wiz Khalifa). And we’re extremely proud of Esperanza Spalding, who won multiple awards.

Below are some of the Latinos who took home a Grammy award - congrats to them all!

Best Jazz Vocal Album: Esperanza Spalding for Radio Music Society

Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s): Esperanza Spalding for “City of Roses” (alongside Thara Memory)

Best Latin Pop Album: Juanes for MTV Unplugged Deluxe Edition

Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album: Quetzal for Imaginaries

Best Latin Jazz Album: The Clare Fischer Latin Jazz Band for ¡Ritmo!

Best Regional Mexican or Tejano Album: Lila Downs for Pecados y Milagros

Best Tropical Latin Album: Marlow Rosado Y La Riqueña for Retro

Check out a full list of the 2013 Grammy Award winners here