Samiksha Jaiswal

Tejano Music Award for Song of the Year

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Awarded for  Song of the Year
First awarded  1981
Most awards  Mazz (9)
Country  United States
Currently held by  Siggno (2015)
Presented by  Local television and radio stations

The Tejano Music Award for Song of the Year is an honor presented annually at the Tejano Music Awards, whose mission is to recognize the most talented performers of the genre. Songs nominated for the category are also eligible to be nominated for Single of the Year, and genre-specific categories Tejano Crossover, Mexican Regional Song, and Tejano Country Song of the Year. The only English-language recording to have won the award (and to be nominated) was "Oh Girl" by La Mafia in 1983, which was included on Honey, which also won Album of the Year.

Mazz is the most awarded singer with nine wins, while Elida Reyna is the most awarded female singer with six wins.

References

Tejano Music Award for Song of the Year Wikipedia


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