Heat Latin Music Awards

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Heat Latin Music Award
Ambox current red.svg 2019 Heat Latin Music Awards
Awarded for Latin music culture
Country
Presented by HTV
First awardedJune 4, 2015;3 years ago (2015-06-04)
Website http://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.

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Ceremonies

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

Punta Cana Place in La Altagracia Province, Dominican Republic

Punta Cana is a resort town within the Punta Cana-Bávaro-Veron-Macao municipal district, in the municipality of Higüey, in La Altagracia Province, the easternmost province of the Dominican Republic. The area has beaches and balnearios which face both the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean, and it is a tourist destination. The weather is hot and humid, especially in late summer and autumn when the Northern Tropics receive their most direct sunlight.

Dominican Republic country in the Caribbean

The Dominican Republic is a country located in the island of Hispaniola, in the Greater Antilles archipelago of the Caribbean region. It occupies the eastern five-eighths of the island, which it shares with the nation of Haiti, making Hispaniola one of two Caribbean islands, along with Saint Martin, that are shared by two sovereign states. The Dominican Republic is the second-largest Caribbean nation by area at 48,671 square kilometers (18,792 sq mi), and third by population with approximately 10 million people, of which approximately three million live in the metropolitan area of Santo Domingo, the capital city.

EditionDateCityCountryVenuePresenter(s)Most winsMost nominationsRef.
1stJune 4, 2015 Punta Cana Dominican Republic Cap Cana Karen Martínez
Ismael Cala
J Balvin (3) Chino & Nacho (4)
J Balvin (4)
[1]
2ndJune 16, 2016Jéssica 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]
4thMay 13, 2019Hard Rock Hotel & CasinoAnaís Castro
Mariela Encarnación
TBA J Balvin (4) [4]

Award categories

Current categories

Defunct categories

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
ArtistCategories
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
ArtistCategories
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:

Country201520162017Total
Flag of Colombia.svg  Colombia 55919
Flag of Venezuela.svg  Venezuela 52,5 [a] 18,5
Flag of Puerto Rico.svg  Puerto Rico 211,2 [b] 4,2
Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina 11,5 [a] 13,5
Flag of the United States.svg  United States -20,2 [b] 2,2
Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico -112
Flag of the Dominican Republic.svg  Dominican Republic 1-0,2 [b] 1,2
Flag of Cuba.svg  Cuba --0,2 [b] 0,2
Flag of Ecuador.svg  Ecuador --0,2 [b] 0,2
Total14131441
^[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

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