Natalia Lafourcade
Recording artist Natalia Lafourcade accepts the Record of the Year award for 'Hasta la Raiz' onstage during the 16th Latin GRAMMY Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on November 19, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for LARAS

The 58th annual Grammys kicked off with a glamorous red carpet, where Demi Lovato confessed it was her first time at the awards show and where Selena Gomez showed up with best friend Taylor Swift as her date. At the same time of the red carpet, the Recording Academy announced the first round of winners of the night. These are the categories that don't get aired on the live transmission, but get presented at a pre-telecast live stream.

In case you were wondering, all of the Latino categories were presented at the pre-telecast. Here are the five artists who nabbed a Grammy award this year.

-Ricky Martin, Best Latin Pop Album for "A Quien Quiera Escuchar"
-Natalia Lafourcade, Best Latin Rock, Alternative or Urban Album for "Hasta La Raiz"
-Pitbull, Best Latin Rock, Alternative or Urban Album for "Dale"
-Los Tigres del Norte, Best Regional Mexican Music Album (including Tejano) for "Realidades - Deluxe Edition"
-Ruben Blades, Best Tropical Latin Album for "Son de Panamá"

Pitbull, who was tied with the Mexican indie songstress in the same category, expressed the following on Twitter after his win. "The irony winning @TheGrammys for Spanish at the Anglo side. Thank you! Dale!" Puerto Rican pop star, Ricky, also showered his Twitter with joy. "YES! Today we won the Grammy for Best Latin Pop Album. So thankful for everyone involved @thegrammys," he wrote on his social media platforms. Panamanian salsa singer, Blades, simply said "thank you." Whereas, Los Tigres del Norte thanked each and every one who is a part of them. Check out their tweets below and congrats to all of our Latino winners!

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