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The following is a list of Grammy Awards winners and nominees from Cuba:

Year Category Nominees(s) Nominated for Result
1976 Best Latin Recording Mongo Santamaría Afro-Indio Nominated
1977 Sofrito Nominated
1978 Dawn Won
1979 Mongo A La Carte Nominated
1980 Irakere Irakere Won
1981 Irakere 2 Nominated
1984 Best Tropical Latin Performance Mongo Santamaría Mongo Magic Nominated
1986 Espiritu Libre Nominated
1988 Best Latin Pop Performance Maria Conchita Alonso [1] Otra Mentira Mas Nominated
1990 Best Tropical Latin Performance Celia Cruz and Ray Barretto Ritmo en el Corazón Won
1993 Best Latin Pop Album Jon Secada Otro Día Más Sin Verte Won
1994 Maria Conchita Alonso Imáginame Nominated
1996 Jon Secada Amor Won
Best Contemporary Jazz Album Pat Metheny Group[a] We Live Here Won
1999 Best Tropical Latin Performance Chucho Valdés and Irakere Babalú Ayé Nominated
2003 Best Salsa Album Celia Cruz La Negra Tiene Tumbao Won
Best Salsa/Nerengue Album Regalo del Alma Won
Best Latin Pop Album Jorge Moreno Moreno Nominated
2004 Best Salsa/Merengue Album Celia Cruz Regalo del Alma Won
2007 Best Latin Pop Album Fulano[2] Individual Nominated
2010 Best Contemporary World Music Album Omar Sosa Across the Divide: A Tale of Rhythm & Ancestry Nominated
2011 Best Latin Pop Album Alex Cuba Alex Cuba Nominated
2015 Best World Music Album Wu Man, Luis Conte and Daniel Ho[b] Our World in Song Nominated
2016 Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award Celia Cruz Won
Best Latin Pop Album Alex Cuba Healer Nominated
2018 Lo Único Constante Nominated
2019 Best Pop Vocal Album Camila Cabello Camila Nominated
Best Pop Solo Performance Havana (Live) Nominated


  1. ^ The Pat Metheny Group is an American jazz fusion group. Luis Conte was one of the percussionists that performed on the album.
  2. ^ Wu Man is a Chinese musician and Daniel Ho is an American musician.