Marc Anthony, Jenni Rivera & Prince Royce Honored At Premio Lo Nuestro 2014

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General Category: 

Premio Los Nuestro Artist of the Year: Prince Royce

Collaboration of the Year"Por Qué Les Mientes" - Tito el Bambino and Marc Anthony

Video of the Year: "Propuesta Indecente" - Romeo Santos

Pop Category:

Pop Album of the Year: "Habítame Siempre" - Thalía

Pop Song of the Year: "Detrás de mi Ventana" - Jenni Rivera

Pop Male Artist of the Year: Marco Antonio Solis

Pop Female Artist of the Year: Jenni Rivera

Pop Group/Duo of the Year: Jesse & Joy

Pop Soloist or Group New Artist of the Year: America Sierra

Tropical Category:

Tropical Album of the Year: 3.0 - Marc Anthony

Tropical Song of the Year: "Vivir Mi Vida" - Marc Anthony

Tropical Male Artist of the Year: Prince Royce

Tropical Female Artist of the Year: Olga Tañón

Tropical Group/Duo of the Year: Chino y Nacho

Tropical Merengue Artist of the Year: Olga Tañón

Tropical Salsa Artist of the Year: Marc Anthony

Tropical Contemporary Artist of the Year: Prince Royce

Tropical Soloist or Group New Artist of the Year: Alex Matos

Regional Mexican Category:

Regional Mexican Album of the Year: En Peligro de Extinción - Intocable

Regional Mexican Male Artist of the Year: Gerardo Ortiz

Regional Mexican Female Artist of the Year: Jenni Rivera

Regional Mexican Song of the Year: "Sólo Vine A Despedirme" - Gerardo Ortiz

Regional Mexican Group or Duo of the Year: Banda El Recodo de Cruz Lizárraga

Regional Mexican Soloist or Group New Artist of the Year: El Dasa

Banda Artist of the Year: Roberto Tapia

Duranguense Artist of the Year: Grupo Montéz de Durango

Grupero Artist of the Year: Los Temerarios

Norteño Artist of the Year: Gerardo Ortiz

Ranchero Artist of the Year: Vincente Fernandez

Tribal Artist of the Year: 3BallMTY

Urban Category:

Urban Album of the Year: Invicto - Tito El Bambino

Urban Song of the Year: "Echa Pa'llá (Manos Pa'Arriba)" - Pitbull

Urban Artist of the Year: Pitbull

 

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Cristina Arreola, Editorial Assistant

Originally from El Paso, Texas, Cristina Mari Arreola earned her degree at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University before moving to BrooklynNew York. In her downtime, you can usually find her scouring the city for the most authentic Mexican food (still looking...), scaring herself silly watching horror movies, or baking her favorite sweets. You can follow her on Twitter at @c_arreola

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