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GRAMMY Rewind: Watch Juanes Gleefully Win Album Of The Year For 'Un Dia Normal' In 2003
"Three years ago, I was lost completely in Los Angeles," Juanes says at the top of his acceptance speech for Album of the Year at the 4th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards.
In that relatively short amount of time, the Columbian singer-songwriter went from feeling lost to accepting one of his five Latin GRAMMY wins of the night. Watch Juanes emotionally bounce between English and Spanish to show his appreciation to his family, peers and home country in the newest episode of GRAMMY Rewind.
In addition to winning the Latin GRAMMY for Album of the Year in 2003, Juanes also took home awards for Best Rock Solo Vocal Album, Best Rock Song, Song Of The Year, and Record Of The Year at the 4th Latin GRAMMYs. The Colombian singer-songwriter has won 26 Latin GRAMMYs throughout his career, dating back to his first win in 2001 and his most recent win in 2020.
Relive one of Juanes' Latin GRAMMY wins above, and check below to revisit more GRAMMY moments.
And make sure to watch the Biggest Night in Latin Music later this month: The 2021 Latin GRAMMYs Awards, officially known as the 22nd Latin GRAMMY Awards, take place Thursday, Nov. 18.