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Freddie Records dominates 2019 Latin Grammy nominees for Best Tejano Album

Nominees for Best Tejano Album at the 20th annual Latin Grammy Awards were announced Tuesday by the Latin Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (LARAS).

Nominees for Best Tejano Album at the 20th annual Latin Grammy Awards were announced Tuesday by the Latin Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (LARAS).

The official list of nominees for Best Tejano Album includes three artists with Freddie Records; Elida Reyna Y Avante, Lucky Joe, and Grupo Vidal. The other two nominees are David Lee Rodriquez and El Plan.

Following the success of the hit collaboration from Lucky Joe and Elida Reyna on “Desechable,” it is going to be interesting to see who will take home the award.

None of the nominees listed above were nominated last year for the award, however, Elida Reyna won a Latin Grammy for Best Tejano Album with “Fantasia” in 2019.

This is the second consecutive year the award has been up for grabs since it was removed from contention in previous years due to lack of submissions.

In addition to the following artists being nominated in the Tejano Category, Intocable was nominated for Best Norteno Album with “Percepcion.”

Congratulations to all of the nominees!

The 20th annual Latin Grammy Awards will take place November 14 broadcast live from MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada on Univision.

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List of nominees for Best Tejano Album at 2019 Latin Grammy Awards:

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Siete – El Plan [Indepe Music]


Lucky Joe

Tu Principe – Lucky Joe [M Music & Entertainment Group, LLC/ Freddie Records]


Elida Reyna

Colores – Elida Reyna y Avante [Freddie Records]


DLR

Asi Me Ensenaron – David Lee Rodriguez [VMB Music Group]


Vidal

Nunca Te Rindas – Vidal [Freddie Records]


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Vanessa is a contributing reporter for Tejano Nation. In addition she is an anchor and reporter for 309 in Studio in Peoria, Illinois. She also served as News Director for Cromwell Radio Group in Effingham, Illinois, and producer for WEEK-TV in Peoria, Illinois. She gained experience at jobs in New York, New Jersey and Tennessee over the past five years. She also contributes to EvoNews.com. Torres is a native of San Antonio, Texas, and a 2011 graduate of Business Careers High School. She received an Associates of Arts degree in Mass Communication and Media Studies from the University of Phoenix in 2014 and a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism from Full Sail University in 2016.

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