Miguel Bosé and Diana Navarro are up for five trophies at Spain's 12th Premios de la Música awards gala, to be held on April 3 in the northern city of Valladolid.

Bosé's album "Papito" (Warner), which has sold more than 1 million units worldwide, has been nominated for best album, best artistic producer, best sound technician, best video and best audio-visual production.

Navarro's "24 Rosas" (Warner Dro) is selected for best song, best album, best album of Spanish song, best arrangement for the song "Mira Los Que Te Has Perdido," and best arrangement for the track "24 Rosas."

Two Sony BMG acts have four nominations each. Flamenco-chill band Chambao is in the running for best fusion album ("Con Otro Aire"), best artistic producer, best sound technician and best audio-visual production. Meanwhile, pop-group group Perez is tapped for best song, best album ("Aproximaciones"), best rock album and best video.

Artists with two nominations are singer-songwriter Luis Eduardo Aute, pop group Canteca de Macao, singer Conchita, pop-rock artist Jaime Urrutia, pop-jazz group Marlango and Argentine-born singer Andrés Calamaro.

The Spanish-language only gala is organized by the Academy of Music Arts and Sciences (AACM), a body set up for the purpose by authors' and publishers' society SGAE and Artists' Association AiE.

Nominations for the 28 categories have been chosen by more than 5,000 members of SGAE and AiE, plus journalists, managers, promoters and record producers. SGAE and AiE consider the televised Premios de la Música to be "the most prestigious award ceremony in Spain in the field of musical creation."

The gala at the Miguel Delibes Auditorium marks the second time the Premios will be held outside Madrid, after 10 years based in the capital. Last year the gala was staged in the southern city of Córdoba.