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Ahead of the Grammy awards on Sunday (March 14), we want to know: Who are you hoping Grammy voters chose to win best tropical Latin album?

This year, five vibrant albums are up for the golden gramophone, including Jose Alberto “El Ruisenor’s” Mi Tumbao, Edwin Bonilla’s Infinito, Jorge Celedon & Sergio Luis’ Sigo Cantando al Amor (Deluxe), Grupo Niche’s 40, and Victor Manuelle’s Memorias de Navidad.

Last year, the legendary afro-Colombian salsa group Grupo Niche took the Latin Grammy for salsa album with their 40th-anniversary album. Jorge Celedon and Sergio Luis’ joint set, Sigo Cantando al Amor (Deluxe), nabbed the award for cumbia/vallenato album.

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The 63rd annual Grammy Awards will air live on Sunday at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on CBS, Paramount+, and Online viewers can also stream CBS with free trials on fuboTV and Sling TV. (Billboard may receive affiliate commission through links on our site.)

Who do you hope Grammy voters picked for best tropical Latin album? Vote below:

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