Lo Nuestro Award for Urban Album of the Year

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Lo Nuestro Award for Urban Album of the Year
Country United States
Presented by Univision
First awarded 2003; 14 years ago (2003)
Currently held by Maluma (2017)
Most awards Wisin & Yandel (4)
Most nominations Wisin & Yandel (7)
Website univision.com/premiolonuestro

The Lo Nuestro Award for Urban Album of the Year is an honor presented annually by American television network Univision at the Lo Nuestro Awards. The accolade was established to recognize the most talented performers of Latin music.[1] The nominees and winners were originally selected by a voting poll conducted among program directors of Spanish-language radio stations in the United States and also based on chart performance on Billboard Latin music charts, with the results being tabulated and certified by the accounting firm Deloitte.[1][2] However, since 2004, the winners are selected through an online survey.[3] The trophy awarded is shaped in the form of a treble clef.[1]

The award was first presented in 2003 to Is Back by Panamanian performer El General, who also won the following year. Puerto-Rican American reggaeton duo Wisin & Yandel is the most nominated act, with seven nominations, and also are the most awarded, with four wins. Their winning albums Wisin vs. Yandel: Los Extraterrestres (2009), Wisin & Yandel Presentan: La Mente Maestra (with DJ Nesty) (2010), La Revolucion: Evolucion (2011), and Líderes (2013), also reached number-one at the Billboard Latin Albums chart.[4] Los Extraterrestres also received the Grammy Award and Latin Grammy Award for Best Urban Music Album.[5][6] Barrio Fino by Puerto-Rican American rapper Daddy Yankee was awarded the Lo Nuestro for Urban Album of the Year in 2005; with the album Daddy Yankee was the first reggaeton act to debut at the top of the Billboard Latin Albums chart and became the best-selling Latin album of the decade (2000-2010) in the United States.[7] Puerto Rican performer Ivy Queen is the only female artist to win the award, receiving it in 2008 for her album Sentimiento (2007). Puerto-Rican American reggaeton performer Don Omar is the most nominated artist without a win, with five unsuccessful nominations. In 2017, Pretty Boy / Dirty Boy by Colombian artist Maluma became the most recent award recipient.

Winners and nominees

Listed below are the winners of the award for each year, as well as the other nominees.

Key Meaning
double-dagger Indicates the winning album
El General, smiling, standing over a stage.
Panamanian performer El General (pictured in 2013), the first winner (2003) and also recipient of the award in 2004
Daddy Yankee, performing, with a blue shirt.
Puerto-Rican American performer Daddy Yankee (pictured in 2013), two-time winner (2005 and 2007)
Ivy Queen, performing, looking to her left side.
Puerto-Rican American performer Ivy Queen (pictured in 2010), winner in 2008
Pitbull, performing.
American artist Pitbull (pictured in 2011), winner in 2012
Year Album Performer(s) Ref
Is BackAward winner
El General
Pura Gozadera
Proyecto Uno
Vico C
The Phenomenon
Big Boy
Un Paso a la Eternidad
Sindicato Argentino del Hip Hop
De FiestaAward winner
El General
El Abayarde
Calderón, TegoTego Calderón
La Prueba
Magic Juan
Proyecto Akwid
Los Tetas
Barrio FinoAward winner
Daddy Yankee
DJ Kane
DJ Kane
La Verdad
The Last Don Live
Don Omar
Uno, Dos: Bandera
Control Machete
Mas Flow 2Award winner
Luny Tunes & Baby Ranks
Chosen Few II: El Documental
Chosen Few
Vico C
Flow la Discoteka
DJ Nelson
Los K-Becillas
Master Joe & O.G. Black
Barrio Fino en DirectoAward winner
Daddy Yankee
Queen, IvyIvy Queen
R.K.M & Ken-Y
Pa'l Mundo: Deluxe Edition
Wisin & Yandel
Top of the Line
Tito El Bambino
SentimientoAward winner
Ivy Queen
El Cartel: The Big Boss
Daddy Yankee
Los Vaqueros
Wisin & Yandel
The Perfect Melody
The Bad Boy
Héctor "El Father"
Wisin vs. Yandel: Los ExtraterrestresAward winner
Wisin & Yandel
King of Kings: Live
Don Omar
Angel & Khriz
Alexis & Fido
Te Quiero: Romantic Style in da World
Wisin & Yandel Presentan: La Mente MaestraAward winner
DJ Nesty featuring Wisin & Yandel
Down to Earth
Alexis & Fido
El Patrón
Tito El Bambino
La Evolución Romantic Style
Te Amo
La Revolucion: EvolucionAward winner
Wisin & Yandel
Da' Take Over
Angel & Khriz
Daddy Yankee
La Melodía De La Calle: Updated
Tony Dize
My World
Dyland & Lenny
ArmandoAward winner
Don Omar Presents: Meet the Orphans
Don Omar
Los Vaqueros: El Regreso
Wisin & Yandel
Mi Música
Alexis & Fido
LíderesAward winner
Wisin & Yandel
Don Omar Presents MTO²: New Generation
Don Omar
Juan Magán Presents: Bailando Por El Mundo
Magán, JuanJuan Magán
Los Duros
Baby Rasta & Gringo
Daddy Yankee
Tito El Bambino
Imperio Nazza: J Álvarez Edition
Alvarez, JJ Alvarez
Los Sucesores
J King & Maximan
My World 2
Dyland & Lenny
La Familia
Balvin, JJ Balvin
De Líder a Leyenda
El Regreso del Sobreviviente
La Esencia
Alexis & Fido
King Daddy
Daddy Yankee
La Familia B Sides
Balvin, JJ Balvin
Alta Jerarquía
Tito El Bambino
Farruko Presenta: Los Menores
Greatest Hits, Volume 1
Nicky Jam
The Last Don II
Don Omar
Pretty Boy / Dirty Boy
Balvin, JJ Balvin
Los Vaqueros 3: La Trilogía

Multiple wins and nominations

Number Performer(s)
4 Wisin & Yandel
2 J Balvin
Daddy Yankee
El General
7 Wisin & Yandel
Daddy Yankee
4 Alexis & Fido
Don Omar
3 Tito El Bambino
J Balvin
2 Angel & Khriz
Dyland & Lenny
El General
Ivy Queen
Vico C

See also


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