Who Should Win Song of the Year at Latin Grammys? Vote!

Bernardo Doral
Pablo Alboran 

The 16th edition of the Latin Grammys Awards are just days away (Nov. 19), and while the star-studded evening is meant as a celebration of Latin music, we’d be lying if we said we weren’t curious to know who will take home awards and pop bottles at the afterparties and who will make a pit stop at In-N-Out Burger instead. Or perhaps both? 

One of the more contested categories is song of the year, and while you won’t find Nicky Jam and Enrique Iglesias’ record-smashing “El Perdón” among the nominees for that particular category this year (snub of the year, if you ask us), everyone who is nominated, deserves to be there 100 percent. Among the contenders are Pablo Alborán (“Por Fin”), his compatriot Alejandro Sanz (“Un Zombie a la Interperie”), and Natalia Jiménez (“Quédate con Ella”).

Who Should Win Album of the Year at Latin Grammys? Vote!

Speaking of Natalia's, Natalia Lafourcade swept our album of the year poll last week for her critically acclaimed Hasta la Raíz album (the title track of which is also up for song of the year), so who do you anoint as the frontrunner here?

Vote for your favorites below and don’t miss the Latin Grammys Nov. 19 on Univision to find out who wins!


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