List of awards and nominations received by Selena

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Selena awards and nominations
Awards and nominations
Award Wins Nominations
ASCAP Awards
1 1
BMI Awards
5 5
Billboard Latin Music Awards
14 19[1]
Grammy Awards
1 3
Lo Nuestro Awards
10 12
Tejano Music Awards
36 48
Totals
Awards won 67
Nominations 89

Selena was an American Tejano pop singer-songwriter. She has been called the "Queen of Tejano music" by many media outlets including Entertainment Weekly, Billboard magazine, Los Angeles Magazine and Vibe.[2][3][4][5] The singer had released eleven albums, six with her band Selena y Los Dinos and five without them: Mis Primeras Grabaciones (1984), Alpha (1986), Muñequito de Trapo (1987), And the Winner Is... (1987), Preciosa (1988), Dulce Amor (1988), Selena (1989), Ven Conmigo (1990), Entre a Mi Mundo (1992), Selena Live! (1993), Amor Prohibido (1994) and Dreaming of You (1995). They have sold more than 60 million copies worldwide.[6][7] Her 10 award-winning songs include "Como La Flor", "Amor Prohibido", "Bidi Bidi Bom Bom", "Techno Cumbia", "Si Una Vez", "Tú Sólo Tú", "I Could Fall in Love", "Dreaming of You", "Siempre Hace Frio" and "No Quiero Saber".

Selena was nominated for 86 awards, with 67 wins. She won 36 Tejano Music Awards, 14 Billboard Latin Music Awards,[8] 10 Lo Nuestro Awards, five BMI Awards and one award from the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers. In 1995, she was inducted into the Billboard Latin Music Hall of Fame.[9] The Spirit of Hope Award was created in Selena's honor in 1996,[10] and was awarded to Latin artists who participated in humanitarian and civic causes.[11] By 1998, Selena and Proyecto Uno were the first artists to have won a Billboard Latin Music Award in two different genres.[12]

Awards and Nominations

ASCAP

The American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) honors its top members in a series of annual awards shows in seven different music categories: pop, rhythm and soul, film and television, Latin, country, Christian and concert music. Selena received one award from one nomination.[13]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1995 "I Could Fall in Love" Among Most Performed Song Won

Bandamax Music Awards

The Bandamax Music Awards are a 24-hour cable television music channel owned by Televisa under Televisa Networks. It is available in Mexico, United States, and Latin America. This channel focuses on Mexican and Southern US group music: Banda, Duranguense, Norteña, and Mariachi. Selena has received 1 nomination.[14]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2015 Selena The Most Influential Artist on Social Media Nominated

BMI Music Awards

Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) annually hosts award shows that honor the songwriters, composers and music publishers of the year's most-performed songs in the BMI catalog. Selena received all five awards that she was nominated for.[15]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1995 "Amor Prohibido" BMI Pop Music Award Won
"Bidi Bidi Bom Bom" Most Performed Song of the Year Won
"No Me Queda Mas" Song of the Year Won
"Dreaming of You" Singles With Over a Million Airplay Impressions Won
1996 "Si Una Vez" Song of the Year Won

Billboard Latin Music Awards

The Billboard Latin Music Awards is an annual awards show broadcast on the television network Telemundo, honoring Latin artists. Selena received 14 awards from 16 nominations, and 3 pending nominations.[16][17][18][1]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1994 Selena Hot Latin Tracks, Artist of the Year Won
Amor Prohibido Regional Mexican Album of the Year, Female Won
"Amor Prohibido" Regional Mexican Song of the Year Won
"No Me Queda Mas" Music Video of the Year Won
1995 Selena Spirit of Hope Award Won
1996 Selena Hot Latin Tracks Artist of the Year Won
"Tú Sólo Tú" Regional Mexican Hot Latin Track of The Year Won
"Tú Sólo Tú" Regional Mexican Hot Latin Video of The Year Won
Dreaming of You Pop Album of the Year, Female Won
2001 All My Hits — Todos Mis Exitos Vol. 2 Latin Greatest-Hit Album of the Year Won
2002 Live! The Last Concert Pop album of the year, Female Nominated
2011 Selena Female Vocalist of the Year Won
Selena Digital Download Artist of the Year Won
2016 Selena Top Latin Albums Artist of the Year, Female Won
Selena Latin Pop Albums Artist of the Year, Solo Nominated
2017 Selena Top Latin Albums Artist of the Year, Female Won
Selena Latin Pop Albums Artist of the Year, Solo Nominated
Lo Mejor de... Selena Latin Pop Album of the Year Nominated

Billboard Mexican Music Awards

The Billboard Mexican Music Awards are awarded annually by the Billboard magazine in the United States. Selena has received one nomination.[19]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2013 Selena Digital Download Artist of the Year Nominated

Grammy Awards

The Grammy Awards are awarded annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States. Selena received one award from three nominations.[20][21]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1994 Selena Live! Best Mexican/American Album Won
1995 Amor Prohibido Best Mexican/American Album Nominated
1998 Selena Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media Nominated

Lo Nuestro Awards

The Lo Nuestro Awards is an awards show honoring the best of Latin music, presented by television network Univision. Selena received 10 awards from 12 nominations.[22]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1992 Selena Regional Mexican Female Artist Nominated
1993 Selena Regional Mexican Female Artist Won
Entre a Mi Mundo Regional Mexican Album of the Year Won
"Como La Flor" Regional Mexican Song of the Year Won
1994 Selena Regional Mexican Female Artist Won
Selena Live! Regional Mexican Album of the Year Nominated
"No Debes Jugar" Regional Mexican Song of the Year Nominated
1995 Selena Female Pop Artist of the Year Won
Selena Regional Mexican Female Artist Won
Amor Prohibido Regional Mexican Album of the Year Won
"Amor Prohibido" Regional Mexican Song of the Year Won
1996 Selena Special Tribute Artist of the Year Won

Tejano Music Awards

Nominated for 48, Selena won 36 Tejano Music Awards, which are awarded annually in San Antonio, Texas, honoring Tejano acts.[23]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1986 Selena Female Vocalist of the Year Won
1987 Selena Female Vocalist of the Year Won
Selena Most Promising Band of the Year Nominated
Alpha Album of the Year – Orchestra Nominated
"Dame Un Beso" Song of the Year Nominated
1988 Selena Female Entertainer of the Year Won
"Terco Corazon" Song of the Year Nominated
And the Winner Is ... Album of the Year – Orchestra Nominated
1989 Selena Female Entertainer of the Year Won
Selena Female Vocalist of the Year Won
Dulce Amor Album of the Year – Orchestra Nominated
1990 Selena Female Vocalist of the Year Won
Selena Female Entertainer of the Year Won
Selena Album of the Year – Orchestra Nominated
"Amame, Quiéreme" Vocal Duo of the Year Nominated
1991 Selena Female Vocalist of the Year Won
Selena Female Entertainer of the Year Won
Ven Conmigo Album of the Year – Orchestra Nominated
1992 Selena Female Vocalist of the Year Won
Selena Female Entertainer of the Year Won
"La Carcacha" Song of the Year Nominated
1993 Selena Female Vocalist of the Year Won
Selena Female Entertainer of the Year Won
Entre a Mi Mundo Album of the Year – Orchestra Won
"Como La Flor" Single of the Year Nominated
1994 Selena Female Vocalist of the Year Won
Selena Female Entertainer of the Year Won
Selena Live! Album of the Year – Orchestra Won
"No Debes Jugar" Single of the Year Nominated
1995 Selena Female Vocalist of the Year Won
Selena Female Entertainer of the Year Won
Amor Prohibido Album of the Year – Orchestra Won
"Amor Prohibido" Single of the Year Won
"Bidi Bidi Bom Bom" Song of the Year Won
1996 Selena Female Vocalist of the Year Won
Selena Female Entertainer of the Year Won
Selena y Los Dinos Showband of the Year Won
Dreaming of You Album of the Year – Overall Won
"Tú Sólo Tú" Song of the Year Won
"I Could Fall in Love" Tejano Crossover Song of the Year Won
1997 Selena Female Vocalist of the Year Won
Selena Female Entertainer of the Year Won
"Siempre Hace Frio" Song of the Year Won
"No Quiero Saber" Tejano Crossover Song of the Year Won
2001 Selena Lifetime Achievement Award Won
2010 Selena Best Female Vocalist of the 1980s Won
Selena Best Female Vocalist of the 1990s Won
"Bidi Bidi Bom Bom" Best 1990s Song Won

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