Julieta Venegas continued her winning streak of music awards, taking top honors at Mexico's third annual Premios Oye! awards on Nov. 13.

Julieta Venegas continued her winning streak of music awards, taking top honors at Mexico's third annual Premios Oye! awards on Nov. 13.

Venegas won album of the year and rock album of the year for "Sí" (Sony BMG), while her single "Andar Conmigo" won song of the year.

Following in number of awards were Pepe Aguilar and new sensation Climax. Each took home two Musas, the statuette designed exclusively for Premios Oye.

Climax's "Za Za Za (Mesa que Más Aplauda)" won popular and tropical song of the year. Although the song has by now been covered by multiple groups, Climax won as its original author and interpreter.

Aguilar won popular album of the year and best ranchero performance for "Con Orgullo y Por Herencia," the tribute album to his parents, Antonio Aguilar and Flor Silvestre.

Winners for the Oye! Awards are voted upon by 1300 members of Mexico's National Academy of Music, made up of members of print media, radio and TV. The awards are organized by the Academy along with event promoter Ocesa and Mexico's Association of Music and Video Producers (Amprofon).