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Which Album Will Grammy Voters Choose for Best Regional Mexican Album? Vote!

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In anticipation of Sunday's 63rd annual Grammy Awards, Billboard is asking fans to pick the regional Mexican (including tejano) album they hope Grammy voters picked as the winner.

Alejandro Fernández's Hecho En México is up against Lupita Infante's 2019 La Serenata, Mariachi Sol de Mexico de Jose Hernandez's Bailando Sones y Huapangos Con Sol de Mexico de Jose Hernandez, Natalia Lafourcade's folk album Un Canto Por México, Vol 1 and Christian Nodal's AyAyAy!

With Hecho En México, Fernández marks his return to mariachi with songs written by a wide range of exciting new writers, from Joss Favela to Edén Muñoz. Infantes' La Serenata is a love letter to traditional mariachi and norteño sounds, while Sol de México's Bailando Sones y Huapangos is a celebration of son mexicano and huapango, a category of Mexican folk music style and part of the style son huasteco.

Lafourcade's Latin Grammy-winning album Un Canto Por México, Vol. 1 is also an homage to Mexico's folk music, and Nodal's AyAyAy! is as experimental as ever fusing norteño and mariachi with country.

The 2021 Grammys will air live on March 14 at 8pm E.T. on CBSParamount+ and Grammy.com. Online viewers can also stream CBS with free trials on fuboTV  and Sling TV.

Below, vote for the album you hope Grammy voters picked for best regional Mexican (including tejano) album.

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