Recording artist Bruno Mars. (Photo/Getty Images)

Latinos nominated for the 56th annual Grammy Awards

Bruno Mars, Gloria Estefan, Marc Anthony and Carlos Vives are just some of the Latino artists nominated to receive Grammy Awards.

Mars tops the Latino nods as he is up for four Grammys, including song of the year and record of the year.

His album “Locked out of Heaven” is also up for a production award for best remixed recording, non-classical.

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Gloria Estefan’s album “The Standards,” is nominated for best traditional pop vocal album. She is up against “Viva Duets,” Tony Bennett & Various Artists; “To Be Loved,” Michael Bublé; “Cee Lo’s Magic Moment,” Cee Lo Green; and “Now,” Dionne Warwick.

The Grammy ceremony will be held in Los Angeles on Jan. 26.

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Below are other nominations that include Latinos:

Latin Pop Album: “Faith, Hope y Amor,” Frankie J; “Viajero Frecuente,” Ricardo Montaner; “Vida,” Draco Rosa; “Syntec,” Aleks Syntec; “12 Historias,” Tommy Torres.

Best Latin jazz album: “La Noche Más Larga,” Buika;  “Song For Maura,” Paquito D’Rivera And Trio Corrente; “Yo,” Roberto Fonseca; “Egg_n,” Omar Sosa; “Latin Jazz-Jazz Latin,” Wayne Wallace Latin Jazz Quintet.

Best Latin rock, urban or alternative album: “El Objeto Antes Llamado Disco,” Café Tacvba; “Ojo Por Ojo,” El Tri; “Chances,” Illya Kuryaki And The Valderramas; “Treinta Días,” La Santa Cecilia; “Repeat After Me,” Los Amigos Invisibles.

Best regional Mexican music album (including Tejano): “El Free,” Banda Los Recoditos; “En Peligro De Extinción,” Intocable; “A Mi Manera,” Mariachi Divas De Cindy Shea; “Romeo Y Su Nieta,” Paquita La Del Barrio; “13 Celebrando El 13,” Joan Sebastian.

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Best tropical Latin album: “3.0,” Marc Anthony; “Como Te Voy A Olvidar,” Los Angeles Azules; “Pacific Mambo Orchestra,” Pacific Mambo Orchestra; “Sergio George Presents Salsa Giants,” Various Artists; “Corazón Profundo,” Carlos Vives.

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