What a night! The 2016 Latin Grammy Awards sure gave us a lot to talk about, like Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony sharing a kiss after their performance of Pimpinella’s 1984 hit “Olvídame y Pega la Vuelta,” or Manuel Medrano performing and winning the hearts of all of us, or Farruko and Ky-Mani Marley’s successful “Mannequin Challenge” as part of their show. Truth is, this year’s Latin Grammy exceeded everyone’s expectations, from the artists who performed to the ones who won.

This year was a bit special, since people were shocked when the nominations were announced, as there weren’t a lot of mainstream names. Fonseca, who was among the top nominees with four nods, took home two gramophones. Juan Gabriel and Shakira and Carlos Vives’ “La Bicicleta” also took two awards home each. Veteran rock band Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, legendary Mexican regional band Los Tigres del Norte and reggaeton extraordinaire Yandel were also among the artists who scored two Latin Grammys each. And last, but not least, newcomer Manuel Medrano went home with two awards.

Jesse & Joy, who were among the most nominated of the night, won one Latin Grammy for Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album with “Un Besito Más,” and J Balvin, who last year won his first-ever Latin Grammy, was happy to add another one to his collection for Best Urban Music Album with “Energía.” Scroll down below for the full list of winners.

Album of the Year

Juan Gabriel – Los Dúo 2

Record of the Year

Carlos Vives & Shakira – “La Bicicleta”

Song of the Year

Carlos Vives & Shakira – “La Bicicleta,” Andrés Castro, Shakira & Carlos Vives, songwriters

Best New Artist

Manuel Medrano

Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album

Jesse & Joy – Un Besito Más

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album

Juan Gabriel – Los Duo 2

Best Urban Fusion/Performance

Yandel – “Encantadora”

Best Urban Music Album

J Balvin – Energia

Best Urban Song

Yandel – “Encantadora,” Egbert Rosa Cintrón, Farruko, Eduardo A. Vargas Berrios & Yandel, songwriters

Best Rock Album

Los Fabulosos Cadillacs – La Salvación De Solo Y Juan

Best Pop/Rock Album

Julieta Venegas – Algo Sucede

Best Rock Song

Los Fabulosos Cadillacs – “La Tormenta,” Flavio Cianciarulo, songwriter

Best Alternative Music Album

Illya Kuryaki & The Valderramas -  L.H.O.N.

Best Alternative Song

Carla Morrison - “Vez Primera,” Carla Morrison, songwriter

Best Salsa Album

India -  Intensamente India Con Canciones De Juan Gabriel

Best Cumbia/Vallenato Album

Fonseca -  Homenaje (A La Música De Diomedes Díaz)

Best Contemporary Tropical Album

Guaco -  Guaco Histórico 2

Best Traditional Tropical Album

La Sonora Santanera -  La Sonora Santanera En Su 60 Aniversario

Best Tropical Fusion Album

Gente De Zona -  Visualízate

Best Tropical Song

Fonseca - “Vine A Buscarte,” Omar Alfano, Fonseca & Yadam González Cárdenas, songwriters

Best Singer-Songwriter Album

Manuel Medrano -  Manuel Medrano

Best Banda Album

Banda El Recodo De Cruz Lizárraga -  Raíces

Best Tejano Album

Michael Salgado -  Por Cielo Y Tierra

Best Norteño Album

Los Tigres Del Norte -  Desde El Azteca

Best Regional Song

Los Tigres Del Norte - “Ataúd,” Erika Ender, Manu Moreno & Mónica Vélez, songwriters

Best Instrumental Album

Hamilton de Holanda, Samba De Chico

Best Folk Album

Palo Cruza ́O -  En Armonías Colombianas

Best Tango Album

Nicolás Ledesma y Su Orquesta -  Cuando Llora La Milonga

Best Flamenco Album

Niña Pastori -  Ámame Como Soy

Best Latin Jazz Album

Arturo O’Farrill & The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra -  Cuba: The Conversation Continues

Best Christian Album

Marcos Vidal -  25 Años

Best Portuguese Language Christian Album

Anderson Freire - Deus Não Te Rejeita

Best Portuguese Language Contemporary Pop Album

Céu -  Tropix

Best Portuguese Language Rock Album

Ian Ramil -  Derivacivilização

Scalene -  Éter

Best Samba/Pagode Album

Martinho da Vila -  De Bem Com A Vida

Best MPB Album

Elza Soares - A Mulher Do Fim Do Mundo

Best Sertaneja Music Album

Paula Fernandes -  Amanhecer

Best Brazilian Roots Album

Almir Sater & Renato Teixeira -  AR

Best Portuguese Language Song

Djavan - “Vidas Pra Contar,” Djavan, songwriter

Best Latin Children’s Album

123 Andrés -  Arriba Abajo

Best Classical Album

El Hilo Invisible (Cantos Sefaradíes), Cuarteto Latinoamericano & Jaramar; Gerry Rosado, album producer

Best Classical Contemporary Composition

 “Cuarteto Para Buenos Aires,” Claudia Montero, composer (Claudia Montero)

Best Recording Package

Love Of Lesbian -  El Poeta Halley, Sergio Mora, art director

Best Engineered Album       

Céu -  Tropix , Be Hussey, Gustavo Lenza, Diogo Poças & Rodrigo Sanches, engineers; Mike Cresswell, mixer; Felipe Tchauer, mastering engineer

Producer of the Year

Rafa Arcaute

Best Short Form Music Video

“Gallo Negro,” Illya Kuryaki & The Valderramas (Hernán Corera, video director; Hernán Corera, video producer)

Best Long Form Music Video

“Sirope Vivo,” Alejandro Sanz (Carlos Sánchez, video director; Clac, video producer)