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Heat Latin Music Awards

Heat Latin Music Award
2017 Heat Latin Music Awards
Awarded forLatin music culture
Country
Presented byHTV
First awardedJune 4, 2015; 3 years ago (2015-06-04)
Website[premiosheat.com]

The Heat Latin Music Awards is an annual awards show that airs on the HTV cable channel, which is usually held in early June, that honors the year's biggest Latin music acts, as voted by HTV viewers. The show features numerous celebrity guests and musical acts.

Ceremonies

The Heat Latin Music Awards are held in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.

Edition Date City Country Venue Presenter(s) Most wins Most nominations Ref.
1st June 4, 2015 Punta Cana Dominican Republic Cap Cana Karen Martínez
Ismael Cala
J Balvin (3) Chino & Nacho (4)
J Balvin (4)
[1]
2nd June 16, 2016 Jéssica Cediel Chino & Nacho (2)
Maluma (2)
Nicky Jam (4) [2]
3rd June 2017 Clarissa Molina
Enrique Santos
J Balvin (3) Farruko (4)
J Balvin (4)
[3]
4th May 2019 Hard Rock Hotel & Casino TBA J Balvin (4) [4]

Award categories

Current categories

  • Best Music Video
  • Best Male Artist
  • Best Female Artist
  • Best Group or Band
  • Best Rock Artist
  • Best Pop Artist
  • Best Urban Artist
  • Best Tropical Artist
  • Best Artist Northern Region
  • Best Artist Andean Region
  • Best Artist Southern Region
  • Best New Artist

Defunct categories

  • Best Artist Pop/Rock (2015)

Special awards

The winners of these awards are chosen by the HTV staff, not the viewers. There is the Commitment Artist Award (2015–present) and the Gold Artist Award (2015–present).

Most wins

Number of
awards
Artist Categories
6 J Balvin Best Music Video (2), Best Male Artist (2), Best Urban Artist (2)
4 Chino & Nacho Best Music Video, Best Group or Band (2), Best Tropical Artist
2 Axel Best Artist Southern Region (2)
Farruko Best Artist Northern Region (2)
Maluma Best Male Artist, Best Artist Andean Region
Sebastian Yatra Best New Artist, Best Artist Andean Region
Victor Manuelle Best Tropical Artist, Engagement Award

Most nominations

Number of
nominations
Artist Categories
15 J Balvin Best Music Video (3), Best Male Artist (3), Best Urban Artist (4), Best Collaboration (2), Best Artist Andean Region (3)
10 Farruko Best Music Video, Best Male Artist (2), Best Urban Artist (4), Best Artist Northern Region (2), Best Collaboration
Maluma Best Music Video, Best Male Artist (3), Best Urban Artist (2), Best Collaboration, Best Artist Andean Region (2)
9 Chino & Nacho Best Music Video (3), Best Group or Band (3), Best Tropical Artist, Best Artist Andean Region (2)
7 Alexis & Fido Best Music Video (2), Best Group or Band, Best Urban Artist (3), Best Artist Andean Region
Carlos Vives Best Male Artist, Best Tropical Artist (4), Best Collaboration, Best Artist Andean Region
Juanes Best Music Video (2), Best Male Artist, Best Artist Pop/Rock (2), Best Rock Artist (2)
Marc Anthony Best Male Artist (2), Best Tropical Artist (3), Best Collaboration, Best Artist Northern Region
Nicky Jam Best Music Video (2), Best Male Artist (2), Best Urban Artist (2), Best Artist Northern Region
Sebastián Yatra Best Music Video (2), Best Male Artist, Best Pop Artist, Best Collaboration, Best New Artist, Best Artist Andean Region
6 Ricky Martin Best Male Artist (2), Best Artist Pop/Rock (2), Best Artist Northern Region (2)

Awards by country

Key:

  •      At least one award won by an artist with double nationality or shared by artists from different countries.
  •      All awards counted come either from regional categories (Best Artist Northern / Andean / Southern Region).
Country 2015 2016 2017 Total
 Colombia 5 5 9 19
 Venezuela 5 2,5[a] 1 8,5
 Puerto Rico 2 1 1,2[b] 4,2
 Argentina 1 1,5[a] 1 3,5
 United States - 2 0,2[b] 2,2
 Mexico - 1 1 2
 Dominican Republic 1 - 0,2[b] 1,2
 Cuba - - 0,2[b] 0,2
 Ecuador - - 0,2[b] 0,2
Total 14 13 14 41
^[a] 1 award won by Ricardo Montaner. Argentine born, based in Venezuela. Two citizenships
^[b] 1 award won by CNCO. 1 member is from Puerto Rico, 1 is from the United States, 1 is from Dominican Republic, 1 is from Cuba and 1 is from Ecuador

External links

References

  1. ^ Janel Saldana (May 14, 2015). "Heat Latin Music Awards 2015: Ismael Cala, Karen Martínez To Co-Host Show!". Latin Times. IBT Media. Retrieved March 2, 2017.
  2. ^ "Chino & Nacho and Maluma Dominate Heat Latin Music Awards". Prometheus Global Media. June 16, 2016. Retrieved March 2, 2017.
  3. ^ Sonia del Águila (March 2, 2017). "Premios HTV 2017: esta es la lista completa de nominados" (in Spanish). El Comercio. Retrieved March 2, 2017.
  4. ^ Fernandez, Suzette (21 November 2018). "J Balvin Tops Heat Latin Music Awards Nominations: See Full List". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved 23 November 2018.