For information on the Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album and a complete list of winners for the category, go through the article given below


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Best Latin Pop

The Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album has been handed out since 1984. Over the years the Academy has introduced several minor name changes to the category, it was known as Best Latin Pop Performance from 1984 to 1991. It was awarded as Best Latin Pop Album from 1992 to 1994 it was changed back to Best Latin Performance. In 2001 the presently used title Best Latin Pop Album, was introduced. 

Winners: Best Latin Pop Album

Year
Album
Winner/s
2009
 La Vida... Es un Ratico
 Juanes; Gustavo Santaolalla and Juanes, producers.
2008
 El Tren de los Momentos
 Alejandro Sanz; Alejandro Sanz, Carlos Alvarez, Lulo Perez, Pepo Sherman, Rafa Sardina and Thom Russo, engineers; Alejandro Sanz and Lulo Pérez, producers.
2007
 Adentro
 Ricardo Arjona; Ben Wisch, engineer/mixer.
2007
 Limón y Sal
 Julieta Venegas; Cesar Sogbe, Coti Sorokin, Demian Nava, Juan Blas Caballero, Matías Sorokin and Sebastián Schon, engineers/mixers; Cachorro López, producer.
2006
 Escucha
 Laura Pausini; Jon Jacobs, engineer; Dado Parisini, producer.
2005
 Amar Sin Mentiras
 Marc Anthony; Gustavo "Pichon" Dal Pont and Sebastián Krys, engineers/mixers; Estefano, producer
2004
 No Es Lo Mismo
 Alejandro Sanz; Pepo Sherman and Rafa Sardina, engineers; Mick Guzauski, engineer/mixer; Lulo Pérez, producer.
2003
 Caraluna
 Bacilos; Bob St. John, Eric Schilling, Gonzalo Vasquez, Gustavo Afont, Iker Gastraminsa, Jaime Lagueruela and Jon Fausty, engineers/mixers; Gonzalo Vasquez & Luis Fernando Ochoa, producers.
2002
 La Música de Baldemar Huerta
 Freddy Fender; Joe Reyes, Michael Morales and Ronald Morales, engineers and producers.
2001
 MTV Unplugged
 Shakira; Adam Blackburn, Eric Schilling, Marcelo Añez and Sebastián Krys, engineers; Tim Mitchell, producer
2000
 Tiempos
 Rubén Blades
1999
 Vuelve
 Ricky Martin
1998
 Romances
 Luis Miguel
1997
 Enrique Iglesias
 Enrique Iglesias
1996
 Amor
 Jon Secada
1995
 Segundo Romance
 Luis Miguel
1994
 Aries
 Luis Miguel
1993
 Otro Día Más Sin Verte
 Jon Secada
1992
 Cosas del Amor
 Vikki Carr
1991
 "Por Qué Te Tengo Que Olvidar?"
 José Feliciano
1990
 "Cielito Lindo"
 José Feliciano
1989
 Roberto Carlos
 Roberto Carlos
1988
 Un Hombre Solo
 Julio Iglesias
1987
 "Le Lo Lai"
 José Feliciano
1986
 Es Fácil Amar
 Lani Hall
1985
 Always in My Heart (Siempre en Mi Corazón)
 Placido Domingo
1984
 Me Enamoré
 José Feliciano

  
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