- 11 total number
- United States ()
At the 18th Annual Latin Grammy Awards on 16 November 2017, Shakira (Colombia, b. Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll) won her 11th award, taking home the Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album prize for her 2017 album El Dorado.
The “Hips Don’t Lie” star’s 11 wins at the Latin Grammys (from 25 nominations as of 2019) have been achieved since 2000. Her most successful year for awards was 2006, when she won Album of the Year and Best Female Pop Vocal Album for Fijación Oral Vol. 1 and Record of the Year and Song of the Year for "La Tortura". In 2016, she took home her 9th and 10th awards for “La Bicicleta” when the duet with Carlos Vives scooped the Record of the Year and Song of the Year prizes, and in 2011 she was named Latin Grammy Person of the Year.
Natalia Lafourcade had won 10 Latin Grammys (from 21 nominations) as of 2019 and could equal or exceed Shakira’s 11 awards with three 2020 nominations: Album of the Year (Un Canto por México Vol. 1), Best Alternative Song (“En Cantos”) and Best Regional Song (“Mi Religión”).
The Latin Grammy Awards were inaugurated in 2000 and the US-based event honours music recorded in either Spanish or Portuguese.