On November 14, Latin musician Ricky Martin, Roselyn Sánchez and Paz Vega hosted the annual Latin Grammy Awards for a historic night of music and celebration at the MGM Grand Garden in Las Vegas.

Prince Royce, Anitta, Fito Páez, Reik, Natalia Jiménez, Beto Cuevas, Calibre 50, Luis Fonsi, Ozuna and Residente were among those who performed during the gala event.

Spanish singer Rosalia became only the second solo woman to win the Latin Grammy for Album of the Year – Shakira was the first in 2006. She won three awards on the biggest night of Latin music.

Alejandro Sanz went into the night leading the list of nominations with eight and ended up taking home two awards.

Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich presented the Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year Award to Columbian singer Juanes.

Winners of the 2019 Latin Grammy Awards:
Record of the Year: Alejandro Sanz Con Camila Cabello for “Mi Persona Favorita”
Album of the Year: Rosalia for “El Mal Querer”
Song of the Year: “Calma” written by Pedro Capó, Gabriel Edgar González Pérez and George Noriega
Best New Artist: Nella
Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album: “El Mal Querer” by Rosalia
Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album: “Agustin” by Fonseca
Best Pop Song: “Mi Persona Favorita” written by Camila Cabello and Alejandro Sanz
Best Urban Fusion or Performance: “Calma” (Remix) by Pedro Capo and Farruko
Best Urban Music Album: “X
100Pre” by Bad Bunny
Best Urban Son: “Con Altura” written by J Balvin, Mariachi Budda, Frank Dukes, El Guincho, Teo Halm, Alejandro Ramirez and Rosalía
Best Rock Album:”Monte Sagrado” by Draco Rosa
Best Pop Rock Album: “Cargar La Suerte” by Andres Calamaro
Best Rock Song: “Verdades Afiladas” written by Andrés Calamaro and German Wiedemer
Best Alternative Music Album: “Norma” by Mon Laferte
Best Alternative Song: “Tocamela” written by David Julca, Jonathan Julca, Los Amigos Invisibles,
Silverio Lozada and Servando Primera
Best Salsa Album: “Mas De Mi” by Tony Succar
Best Cumbia or Vallenato Album: “Yo Me Llamo Cumbia” by Puerto Candelaria and Juancho Valencia
Best Traditional Tropical Album: “Andres Cepeda Big Band (En Vivo) by Andres Cepeda
Best Contemporary Tropical Fusion Album: “Literal” by Juan Luis Guerra 4.40
Best Tropical Song: “Kitipun” written by Juan Luis Guerra
Best Singer-Songwriter Album: “Contra El Viento” by Kany Garcia
Best Ranchero or Mariachi Album: “Ahora” by Christian Nodal
Best Banda Album: “A Traves Del Vaso” by Banda Los Sebastianes
Best Tejano Album: “Colores” by Elida Reyna y Avante
Best Norteño Album: “Percepcion” by Intocable
Best Regional Song: “No Te Contaron Mal” written by Edgar Barrera, Gussy Lau, and Christian Nodal
Best Instrumental Album: “Balance” by Gustavo Casenave
Best Folk Album: “Tiempo Al Tiempo” by Luis Enrique + C4 Trio
Best Tango Album: “Revolucionario” by Quinteto Astor Piazzolla
Best Latin Jazz or Jazz Album: “Jazz Bata 2” by Chucho Valdes
Best Spanish Language Christian Album: “Todo Pasa” by Juan Delgado
Best Portuguese Language Christian Album: “Guarda Meu Coracao”
Best Portuguese Language Contemporary Pop Album: “O Tempo E Agora” by Anavitoria
Best Portuguese Language Rock or Alternative Album: “O Futuro Nao Demora” by BaianaSystem
Best Samba or Pagode Album: “Mart’nalia Canta Vinicius De Moraes” by Mart’nalia
Best MPB (Musica Popular Brasileira) Album: “Ok Ok Ok” by Gilberto Gil
Best Sertaneja Music Album: “Em Todos Os Cantos” by Marilia Mendonca
Best Portuguese Language Roots Album: “Hermeto Pascoal e Sua Visao Original Do Forro” by Hermeto Pascoal
Best Portuguese Language Song: “Desconstrucao” written by Tiago Iorc
Best Latin Children’s Album: “Buenos Diaz” by The Lucky Band
Best Classical Album: “Regreso” by Samuel Torres and La Nueva Filarmonia
Best Arrangement: “Sirena” arranged by Rodner Padilla
Best Recording Package: “El Mal Querer” from art directors Man Mourentan and Tamara Pérez
Best Engineered Album: “El Mal Querer” engineered by El Guincho and Brian Hernández
Producer of the Year: Tony Succar
Best Short Form Music Video: “Banana Papaya” by Kany Garcia and Residente
Best Long Form Music Video: “Lo Que Fui Es Lo Que Soy” by Alejandro Sanz