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Lo Nuestro Award for Pop Song of the Year

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Lo Nuestro Awards for Pop Song of the Year
Premio Lo Nuestro 2019
Awarded forPop Song of the Year
CountryUnited States
Presented byUnivision
First awarded1989
Currently held byCNCO (2017)
Most awardsEnrique Iglesias (4)
Most nominationsEnrique Iglesias (10)

The Lo Nuestro Award for Pop Song 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 to "Qué Te Pasa" by Mexican singer Yuri. Spanish performer Enrique Iglesias holds the record for the most awards, winning four times on three different decades, "Si Tú Te Vas" (1996), "Experiencia Religiosa" (1997), "¿Dónde Están Corazón?" (2009), and "Bailando" (2015). Puerto Rican-American singer Ricky Martin have received the award three times, and is the current holder (as of 2016) with "Disparo al Corazón". Mexican performers Camila, Ana Gabriel, Juan Gabriel, and Luis Miguel, and Colombian singer-songwriter Shakira received the award twice. Puerto Rican singer Chayanne is the most nominated artist without a win, with eight unsuccessful nominations.

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Winners and nominees

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

Key Meaning
double-dagger Indicates the winning song
A white man, looking to the side, wearing a black colored suit, white shirt and a black tie with white dots, with his right hand extended.
Mexican performer Luis Miguel (pictured in 2008), winner in 1990 and 1993
A woman with black hair, facing front, holding a microphone in her left hand, behind a microphone pedestal.
Mexican singer Ana Gabriel (pictured in 2006), winner in 1991 and 1992
A man standing, facing front, with a black colored cap, a microphone headset, wearing a necklace on neck, gray shirt over a white shirt, blue denim pants, with several bracelets on his left hand in the holding another microphone and two fingers of his right hand taped black.
Spanish singer Enrique Iglesias (pictured in 2011), winner in 1996, 1997, 2009 and 2015
A bearded man, facing forward, wearing a white shirt with an orange strip.
Puerto-Rican American singer Ricky Martin (pictured in 2013), winner in 1999, 2000 and 2016
A man semi-inclined with semi-long hair, wearing black jacket and pants, holding a guitar in both hands, apparently singing into a microphone with stand.
Colombian performer Juanes (pictured in 2012), winner in 2003
A blonde woman smiling.
Colombian performer Shakira (pictured in 2009), winner in 2006 and 2012
A man staring ahead with semi-long hair, wearing a black coat and a black scarf, holding a microphone in his left hand.
Puerto-Rican American performer Luis Fonsi (pictured in 2009), winner in 2010
Women singing
Mexican-American singer Jenni Rivera (pictured in 2012), winner in 2013 and 2014. Only winner to win posthumously for 2 consecutive times.
Year Song Performer(s) Ref
"Qué Te Pasa"Award winner
"Boca Rosa"
Angela Carrasco
"Como Tu Mujer"
Rocío Dúrcal
"Toco Madera"
"La Incondicional"Award winner
Luis Miguel
"Baila Mi Rumba"
José Luis Rodríguez
"Como Tú"
José José
"Simplemente Amigos"
Ana Gabriel
"Te Amo"
Franco De Vita
"Es Demasiado Tarde"Award winner
Ana Gabriel
"Completamente Enamorados"
"El Cariño Es Como Una Flor"
Rudy La Scala
"Quién Como Tú"
Ana Gabriel
"Tengo Todo Excepto a Ti"
Luis Miguel
"Cosas del Amor"Award winner
Vikki Carr and Ana Gabriel
"Amor Mío, ¿Qué Me Has Hecho?"
Camilo Sesto
"Déjame Llorar"
Ricardo Montaner
"Mi Deseo"
Los Bukis
"Todo, Todo, Todo"
Daniela Romo
"No Sé Tú"Award winner
Luis Miguel
Jon Secada
"El Centro de Mi Corazón"
Ana Gabriel
"Castillo Azul"
Ricardo Montaner
"Nunca Voy a Olvidarte"Award winner
Cristian Castro
Luis Miguel
"Con Los Años Que Me Quedan"
Gloria Estefan
"Hasta Que Me Olvides"
Luis Miguel
"Muchacha Triste"
Los Fantasmas del Caribe
"Pero Que Necesidad"Award winner
Juan Gabriel
"El Día Que Me Quieras"
Luis Miguel
Ana Gabriel
Cristian Castro
La Mafia
"Si Tú Te Vas"Award winner
Enrique Iglesias
"Llora Corazón"
José José
"Piel Morena"
"Vuélveme a Querer"
Cristian Castro
"Si Nos Dejan"
Luis Miguel
"Experiencia Religiosa"Award winner
Enrique Iglesias
"Amame Una Vez Más"
Amanda Miguel
"¡Basta Ya!"
Olga Tañón
"Estoy Aquí"
"Por Amarte"
Enrique Iglesias
"Si Tú Supieras"Award winner
Alejandro Fernández
"El Destino"
Juan Gabriel and Rocío Dúrcal
"Lo Mejor de Mí"
Cristian Castro
"Por Debajo de la Mesa"
Luis Miguel
"Te Sigo Amando"
Juan Gabriel
"La Copa de la Vida"Award winner
Ricky Martin
"Dejaría Todo"
Ricky Martin
"Corazón Partío"
Alejandro Sanz
"Ciega, Sordomuda"
"Livin' la Vida Loca"Award winner
Ricky Martin
Enrique Iglesias
Ricardo Arjona
Marc Anthony
"A Puro Dolor"Award winner
Son By Four
"Amarte Es Un Placer"
Luis Miguel
"Atado a Tu Amor"
"Llegar a Ti"
Jaci Velasquez
"Muy Dentro de Mi"
Marc Anthony
"Abrázame Muy Fuerte"Award winner
Juan Gabriel
Cristian Castro
"Cómo Se Cura Una Herida"
Jaci Velasquez
"O Me Voy o Te Vas"
Marco Antonio Solís
"Y Yo Sigo Aquí"
Paulina Rubio
"A Dios le Pido"Award winner
"Quítame Ese Hombre"Award winner
Pilar Montenegro
"Entra en Mi Vida"
Sin Bandera
"Y Tú Te Vas"
"Mariposa Traicionera"Award winner
"El Problema"
Ricardo Arjona
"No Me Enseñaste"
"Que Me Quedes Tú"
"Tal Vez"
Ricky Martin
"Que Lloro"Award winner
Sin Bandera
"Cuidarte el Alma"
La Oreja de Van Gogh
"Te Quise Tanto"
Paulina Rubio
"Y Todo Queda en Nada"
Ricky Martin
"La Tortura"Award winner
Shakira featuring Alejandro Sanz
"La Camisa Negra"
"Nada Es Para Siempre"
Luis Fonsi
Laura Pausini
"Volverte a Ver"
"No, No, No"Award winner
Thalía featuring Romeo Santos
"Amor Eterno"
Cristian Castro
"Por Una Mujer"
Luis Fonsi
"Que Me Alcance la Vida"
Sin Bandera
"Te Echo de Menos"
"Todo Cambió"Award winner
A.B. Quintanilla presents Kumbia All Starz
Enrique Iglesias
"Me Muero"
La 5ª Estación
"Tu Recuerdo"
Ricky Martin featuring La Mari and Tommy Torres
"¿Dónde Están Corazón?"Award winner
Enrique Iglesias
"Ahora Entendí"
"Cada Que..."
"Soy Sólo Un Secreto"
Alejandra Guzmán
"Aquí Estoy Yo"Award winner
Luis Fonsi featuring Aleks Syntek, David Bisbal and Noel Schajris
"Así Fue"
Playa Limbo
"Causa y Efecto"
Paulina Rubio
"Como Duele"
Ricardo Arjona
"Que te Quería"
La 5ª Estación
"Mientes"Award winner
"Cuando Me Enamoro"
Enrique Iglesias featuring Juan Luis Guerra
"Lo Hecho Está Hecho"
"Me Enamoré de Ti"
"Se Me Va la Voz"
Alejandro Fernández
"Rabiosa"Award winner
Shakira featuring El Cata
"Lo Mejor De Mi Vida Eres Tu"
Ricky Martin featuring Natalia Jiménez
"Me Río de Ti"
Gloria Trevi
"Sale el Sol"
"A Cambio de Qué"Award winner
Jenni Rivera
Jesse & Joy
"Fuiste Tu"
Ricardo Arjona featuring Gaby Moreno
"Me Gustas Tanto"
Paulina Rubio
"Un Hombre Normal"
Espinoza Paz
"Detrás de Mi Ventana"Award winner
Jenni Rivera
Jesse & Joy featuring Mario Domm
"Mi Marciana"
Alejandro Sanz
"No Me Compares"
Alejandro Sanz
"Te Perdiste Mi Amor"
Thalía featuring Prince Royce
"Bailando"Award winner
Enrique Iglesias featuring Gente de Zona and Descemer Bueno
"Decidiste Dejarme"
"El Perdedor"
Enrique Iglesias featuring Marco Antonio Solís
"La Noche es Tuya"
3BallMTY featuring América Sierra and Gerardo Ortíz
"Tres Semanas"
Marco Antonio Solís
"Disparo al Corazón"Award winner
Ricky Martin
"Lo Poco Que Tengo"
Ricardo Arjona
"Llegaste Tu"
Luis Fonsi and Juan Luis Guerra
"Juntos (Together)"
"Mi Verdad"
Maná featuring Shakira
"Tan Fácil"Award winner
"Duele El Corazón"
Enrique Iglesias featuring Wisin
"No Soy Un de Esas"
Jesse & Joy featuring Alejandro Sanz
"Solo Yo"
Sofía Reyes featuring Prince Royce
"Ya Me Enteré"
Reik featuring Nicky Jam
"Me Niego"
Reik featuring Ozuna and Wisin
"El Préstamo"
Ricky Martin featuring Wisin & Yandel
"No Te Vas"
"La Vida Sin Ti"
Piso 21

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