Romeo Santos & Ana Gabriel Among 2017 Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame Nominees

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Romeo Santos performs at Sprint Center on June 13, 2015 in Kansas City, Miss. 

Romeo Santos, Ana Gabriel, Juanes, Enrique Iglesias, Ivy Queen and Fher Olvera are among the 24 singer/songwriters and composers nominated for this year's Latin Songwriter Hall of Fame. 

Out of the 24 nominees, only six candidates will be inducted into the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame during the annual La Musa Awards in Oct. Winners, voted upon by members of the LSHOF and the public, will be announced in April. The voting period begins Monday (Feb. 6) and closes March 3. 

"This year’s La Musa Awards and inductees will be a star-studded event gleaming with some of the most notable Latin music icons of all time," LSHOF founders Desmond Child and Rudy Pérez said in a joint statement. 

Last year's inductees included Draco Rosa, Los Temerarios, Claudia Brant, Alejandro Jaen, Miguel Luna and Cheo Zorrilla. 

Below, check out the full list of nominees for the 2017 Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame:

Jorge Calendrelli (Argentina)                                                

Armando Avila (Mexico)

Roberto Livi (Argentina)                                                        

Ana Gabriel (Mexico)

Gustavo Marquez (Argentina)                                               

Carlos Lara (Mexico)

Ricardo Montaner (Argentina)                                              

Fher Olivera (Mexico)

Erasmo Carlos (Brazil)                                                          

Marco Antonio Solis (Mexico)

Caetano Veloso (Brazil)                                                        

Martin Urieta (Mexico)

Estefano (Colombia)                                                             

Ruben Blades (Panama)

Juanes (Colombia)                                                                

Erika Ender (Panama)

Luis Fernando Ochoa (Colombia)                                         

Roberto Anglero (Puerto Rico)

Fernado Osorio (Colombia/Venezuela)                                 

Elvis Crespo (Puerto Rico)

Amaury Gutierrez (Cuba)                                                     

Ivy Queen (Puerto Rico)

Romeo Santos (Dominican Republic)                                    

Enrique Iglesias (Spain)