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Latin Grammy Award for Best Singer Songwriter Album

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Country  United States
Official website
Category of  Latin Grammy Award
First awarded  2004
Instituted  2004
Latin Grammy Award for Best Singer-Songwriter Album
Awarded for  quality albums composed at least 75 percent by a solo artist or duo
Presented by  Latin Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences
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Winners & Nominees  Manuel MedranoManuel Medrano - Warner Music México, Manuel Medrano, Winner, Kevin Johansen + The Nada: Mis Américas - Vol 1/2Kevin Johansen + The Nada - Sony Music Entertainment Argentina SA, Kevin Johansen + The Nada: Mis Américas - Vol 1/2, Nominee, Vidas Pra ContarDjavan - Sony Music Brazil - Luanda Records Brasil, Vidas Pra Contar, Nominee, AuténticoAlejandro Lerner - Sony Music Entertainment Argentina SA, Auténtico, Nominee, TodavíaFrancisco Céspedes - Warner Music México, Todavía, Nominee, Arde EstocolmoPedro Guerra - Legacy Recordings - Sony Music Entertainment España - SL, Arde Estocolmo, Nominee, HealerAlex Cuba - Caracol Records/Navarre, Healer, Winner, Este InstanteMarta Gómez - Aluna Music, Este Instante, Nominee, #LibreGian Marco - E35 - Earthtown Entertainment, #Libre, Nominee, Amor FuturoLeonel García - Sony Music México, Amor Futuro, Nominee, EquilibrioSantiago Cruz - Sony Music Entertainment Colombia, Equilibrio, Nominee, Bailar en la cuevaJorge Drexler - WM Spain, Bailar en la cueva, Winner, RenacimientoPablo Milanés - Universal Music Mexico, Renacimiento, Nominee, ViajeRicardo Arjona - Metamorfosis, Viaje, Nominee, BohemioAndrés Calamaro - WM Spain, Bohemio, Nominee, 8 lunas!Rosana Arbelo - WM Spain, 8 lunas!, Nominee, AbraçaçoCaetano Veloso, Abraçaço, Winner, Kany GarciaKany García - Sony Music Latin, Kany Garcia, Nominee, Sueños ClandestinosYordano - Giordano Di Marzo, Sueños Clandestinos, Nominee, 12 Historias en vivoTommy Torres - Warner Music Latina, 12 Historias en vivo, Nominee, RuiseñoraAndrea Echeverri - Nacional Records, Ruiseñora, Nominee, 20 AñosGian Marco, 20 Años, Winner, Calle SoledadJosé Luis Perales, Calle Soledad, Nominee, CrunchyChico Buarque, Crunchy, Nominee, ¡¡Buenos Días - Mundo!!Rosana Arbelo, ¡¡Buenos Días - Mundo!!, Nominee, IndependienteRicardo Arjona, Independiente, Nominee

The Latin Grammy Award for Best Singer-Songwriter Album is an honor presented annually at the Latin Grammy Awards, a ceremony that recognizes excellence and creates a wider awareness of cultural diversity and contributions of Latin recording artists in the United States and internationally. According to the category description guide for the 13th Latin Grammy Awards, the award is reserved for solo artists or duos and they "must compose and interpret 75 percent of the album on their own to be eligible in this category". Additionally, live albums are eligible if they contain at least 51 percent of new unreleased material released within the eligibility period.

The accolade for Best Singer-Songwriter Album was first presented to American performer and musician Soraya at the 5th Latin Grammy Awards in 2004 for her eponymous fourth studio album (2003). Caetano Veloso and Gian Marco Zignago have received the most wins in this category, with four. Guatemalan singer Ricardo Arjona has the highest number of nominations without a single win, with four unsuccessful nominations. For the first time in the category's history, in 2011, a tie was declared with the award given to Zignago for Días Nuevos and to Cuban artist Amaury Gutiérrez for Sesiones Intimas.


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