Santana, Luis Miguel on Top

Maybe they should call Carlos Santana “King of the World.” Just a few months after his veritable sweep of the Grammy Awards, Santana took three trophies, including the record of the year award for “Corazon Espinado,” his duet with Mexican rock band Mana, at the newfangled Latin Grammys on Wednesday night in Los Angeles.

“It feels like the first kiss,” Santana said after winning. “It feels very natural and divine and human.” The guitar god extraordinaire dedicated his awards to Africa, the women of the world, bilingual education and Nelson Mandela.

It was a star-studded event, as they say. Heavyweights such as Jennifer Lopez, Christina Aguilera and ‘N Sync were among those trolling down the red carpet, and Ricky Martin opened the ceremony by performing a tribute to the late Tito Puente. The show was hosted by Lopez, Gloria Estefan, Andy Garcia and Jimmy Smits.

The evening’s other winners included crooner Luis Miguel (three awards), Shakira (two awards) and Marc Anthony (song of the year).

Here’s a complete list of the winners:

Record of the year: “Corazon Espinado,” Santana featuring Mana

Album of the Year: “Amarte Es Un Placer,” Luis Miguel

Song of the year: “Dimelo (I Need To Know),” Marc Anthony, Robert Blades, Angie Chirino and Cory Rooney (Marc Anthony)

New artist: Ibrahim Ferrer

Male pop vocal performance: “Tu Mirada,” Luis Miguel

Female pop vocal performance: “Ojos Asi,” Shakira

Pop performance by a duo or group with vocal: “Se Me Olvido Otra Vez,” Mana

Pop instrumental performance: “El Farol,” Santana

Pop album: Amarte Es Un Placer, Luis Miguel

Rock performance by a duo or group with vocal: “Corazon Espinado,” Santana featuring Mana

Male rock vocal performance: “Al Lado Del Camino,” Fito Paez

Female rock vocal performance: “Octavo Dia,” Shakira

Rock song: “Al Lado Del Camino,” Fito Paez (Fito Paez)

Rock album: Reves/Yo Soy, Cafe Tacuba

Salsa performance: “Celia Cruz and Friends: A Night Of Salsa,” Celia Cruz

Merengue performance: “Ni Es Lo Mismo Ni Es Igual,” Juan Luis Guerra y 440

Ranchero performance: “Mi Verdad,” Alejandro Fernandez

Traditional tropical performance: “Mambo Birdland,” Tito Puente

Tropical song: “El Niagara En Bicicleta,” Juan Luis Guerra (Juan Luis Guerra y 440)

Banda performance: “Lo Mejor De Mi Vida,” Banda El Recodo

Grupero performance: “En La Madrugada Se Fue,” Los Temerarios

Tejano performance: “Por Eso Te Amo,” Los Palominos

Norteno performance: “Herencia De Familia,” Los Tigres Del Norte

Folk album: Misa Criolla, Mercedes Sosa

Tango album: Postales Del Alma, Juan Carlos Baglietto & Lito Vitale

Flamenco album: Paris 87, Camaron Con Tomatito

Latin jazz album (two winners): Spain, Michel Camilo & Tomatito; Tropicana Nights, Paquito D’Rivera

Brazilian contemporary pop album: Crooner, Milton Nascimento

Brazilian rock album: Acustico0–MTV, Os Paralamas Do Sucesso

Samba/pagode album: Zeca Pagodinho Ao Vivo, Zeca Pagodinho

MPB (musica popular brasileira) album: Livro, Caetano Veloso

Sertaneja album: Sergio Reis E Convidados, Sergio Reis

Brazilian roots/regional album: Pixinguinha, Paulo Moura e os Batutas

Brazilian song: “Acelerou,” Djavan (Djavan)

Latin children’s album: A Mis Ninos De 30 Anos, Miliki

Classical album: La Dolores — Tomas Breton, Tito Beltran, Placido Domingo, Manuel Lanza, Antoni Ros Marba, Elisabete Matos

Engineered album: Ni Es Lo Mismo Ni Es Igual

Producer of the year: Emilio Estefan Jr.

Music video: “No Me Dejes De Querer,” Gloria Estefan

Photos courtesy of Frank Micelotta/ImageDirect and Livecast Inc.