The nominations for the 16th Latin Grammy awards are out and leading the charge are two pop Mexican singers: Leonel Garcia with six and Natalia Lafourcade with five.

The Academy of Latin Music announced the nominations on Wednesday via their website and Facebook and Twitter accounts. Juan Luis Guerra and Alejandro Sanz received four nominations while Pablo Alborán, Miguel Bosé, Café Quijano, Pedro Capó, Nicky Jam, Ricky Martin and Vicentico receive three nominations each.

Here is a partial list of the nominated artists for this year’s Latin Grammys, which will be broadcast live on Nov. 19 from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Univision.

Record of the Year:

"Fiesta," Bomba Estéreo

"Encanto," Miguel Bosé

"Será (vida de hombre)," Café Quijano

"La vida entera," Camila featuring Marco Antonio Solís

"Ella es," Leonel García featuring Jorge Drexler

"Tus besos," Juan Luis Guerra 4.40

"Hasta la raíz," Natalia Lafourcade

"Disparo al corazón," Ricky Martin

"Un zombie a la intemperie," Alejandro Sanz

"Ese camino," Julieta Venegas

Album of the year

"MTV Unplugged," Pepe Aguilar

"Son de Panamá," Rubén Blades featuring Roberto Delgado y Orquesta

"Amo," Miguel Bosé

"Orígenes: El Bolero Volumen 3," Café Quijano

"Todo tiene su hora," Juan Luis Guerra 4.40

"Creo en mí," Natalia Jiménez

"Hasta la raíz," Natalia Lafourcade

"Caja de música," Monsieur Periné

"Sirope," Alejandro Sanz

"Consentido," María Toledo

Song of the Year

"Disparo al corazón," Pedro Capó, Yoel Henríquez, Ricky Martin and Rafael Esparza Ruiz

"Ese camino," Julieta Venegas

"Hasta la raíz," Leonel Garcia and Natalia Lafourcade

"Hoy es domingo," Beatriz Luengo, Antonio Rayo Gibo, Yotuel Romero and Diego Torres

"Por fin," Pablo Alborán

"Quédate con ella," Claudia Brant and Natalia Jiménez

"Recuerdas," Leonel García

"Un zombie a la intemperie," Alejandro Sanz

"Vida de mi vida," Gian Marco

"Vivo," Pedro Capó

Best New Artist

Kaay

Iván "Melón" Lewis

Manu Manzo

Matisse

Monsieur Periné

Julieta Rada

Tulipa Ruiz

Raquel Sofía

Vázquez Sounds

Vitrola Sintética

Best Vocal Contemporary Pop Album

"Terral," Pablo Alborán

"Amo," Miguel Bosé

"Aquila," Pedro Capó

"A quien quiera escuchar (Deluxe Edition)," Ricky Martin

"Sirope," Alejandro Sanz

Best Urban Performance

"A ti te encanta," Alexis y Fido

"Una cita (remix)," Alkilados featuring J Alvarez, El Roockie and Nicky Jam

"Ay vamos," J Balvin

"El perdón," Nicky Jam and Enrique Iglesias

"El tiki," Maluma

"Calentura," Yandel

"Sígueme y te sigo," Daddy Yankee

Best Urban Album:

"El que sabe, sabe," Tego Calderón

"Farruko Presents Los Menores," Farruko

"Greatest Hits Vol. 1," Nicky Jam

"The Last Don II," Don Omar

"Legacy: De Líder a leyenda tour (Deluxe Edition)," Yandel

Best Urban Song

"A ti te encanta," Alexis y Fido and Juan Jesús Santana

"Ay vamos," J Balvin, René Cano, Alejandro "Mosty" Patiño and Alejandro "Sky" Ramírez

"Back It Up (Spanish Version)," Ilya, Savan Kotecha, Pitbull and Prince Royce

"Dando Break" , Tego Calderón and Ernesto Padilla

"Sígueme y te sigo," Carlos Ortiz, Luis Ortiz and Daddy Yankee

Best Rock Album:

"Y/O," Charliepapa

"La venganza de Cucamonga," Cuca

"B,'' Diamante Eléctrico

"Monarca," La Gusana Ciega

"El tiempo otra vez avanza," NoTeVaGustar

Best Pop/Rock Album

"Habla tu espejo," El Cuarteto de Nos

"Corazones," Mikel Erentxun

"Todo es ahora," Manolo García

"Flamboyán," Camila Luna

"Cama Incendiada," Maná

"Malditos Pecadores" Moderatto

Best Rock Song

"Astrómetra," Charliepapa

"Celebración," Daniel Aceves y JotDog

"Entre la espada y la pared," Adolfo Cabrales and Carlos Raya

"Esclavo de tu amor," Cachorro López and Vicentico

"Todo va a arder," Daniel Álvarez and Juan Galeano

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