Selena Awards

1983
Texas Association of Spanish Announcers (TASA) Zenzontli Award: “New Female Vocalist”
Awarded Plaque for “Outstanding Performer” from Maximo’s in Corpus Christi

1984
Appreciation Award from Movida Band Productions for work with Toys for Tots

1985
Tejano Music Awards (TMA): nominated “Female Entertainer of the Year”
TMA: nominated “Female Vocalist of the Year”
TMA: Los Dinos nominated “Most Promising Band”

1986
TMA: Won “Female Vocalist of the Year”
West Texas Hispanic Music Awards (WTHMA): Won “Female Vocalist of the Year”
WTHMA: ‘Alpha’ nominated “Album of the Year”
WTHMA: ‘Dame Un Beso’ nominated “Hit Song of the Year”
WTHMA: Selena y Los Dinos nominated “Best Showband of the Year”
KFLZ Awards: Won “Female Vocalist of the Year”

1987
TMA: ‘Alpha’ nominated “Album of the Year”
TMA: ‘Dame Un Beso’ nominated “Song of the Year”
TMA: ‘Dame Un Beso’ nominated “Single of the Year”
TMA: Won “Female Vocalist of the Year”
TMA: Finalist “Female Entertainer of the Year”
TMA: Selena Y Los Dinos finalist “Most Promising Band of the Year”
Mike Chavez Awards (MCA): Won “Female Vocalist of the Year”
MCA: Selena Y Los Dinos nominated “Most Promising Band”
MCA: Selena Y Los Dinos nominated “Keyboard Group of the year”
MCA: ‘A Miliion to One’ nominated “Keyboard Album of the Year”
MCA: ‘A Million to One’ nominated “Keyboard Single of the Year”
MCA: ‘Muñequito De Trapo’ nominated “Keyboard Single of the Year”
KFLZ Music Awards: Selena won “Female Vocalist of the Year”
Won Kuno’s People’s Choice Awards

1988
TMA: “Terco Corazon” nominated for “Single of the Year”
TMA: ‘And The Winner Is…’ nominated for “Album of the Year”
TMA: A.B. lll nominated for “Songwriter of the Year”
TMA: Won “Female Entertainer of the Year”

1989
TMA: Won “Female Entertainer of the Year”
TMA: Won “Female Vocalist of the Year”

1990
TMA: Won “Female Entertainer of the Year”
TMA: Won “Female Vocalist of the Year”

1991
TMA: Won “Female Entertainer of the Year”
TMA: Won “Female Vocalist of the Year”

1992
TMA: Won “Female Entertainer of the Year”
TMA: Won “Female Vocalist of the Year”
Citation of Achievement presented to Five Candle Music by BMI for “Como La Flor” in recognition of her great national popularity as measured by broadcast performers
Citation of Achievement presented to Five Candle by BMI for “La Carcacha”
Citation of Achievement presented to Five Candle Music by BMI for “Que Creías”
Citation of Achievement presented to Abraham Quintanilla lll by BMI for “Como La Flor” in recognition of the great national popularity as measured by broadcast performers
Citation of Achievement presented to A.B. lll by BMI for “La Carcacha”
Citation of Achievement presented to A.B. lll by BMI for “Que Creías”

1993
TMA: Won “Female Vocalist of the Year”
TMA: Won “Female Vocalist of the Year”
TMA: “Entre a Mi Mundo” Won “Orchestra Album of the Year”
Billboard’s Premio Lo Nuestro: Won Female Artist of the Year in the “Top Regional Mexican Latin Artists” category
Billboard’s Premio Lo Nuestro: “Entre a Mi Mundo” Won “Album of the Year”
Billboard’s Premio Lo Nuestro: “Como La Flor” Won “Song of the Year”
Billboard’s Premio Lo Nuestro: A.B. Quintanlla lll & Pete Astudillo Won “Songwriters of the Year”
ACE Award in New York: Won “Female Vocalist of the Year”
Billboard’s Number One Latin Artist: Selena
Billboard’s Number One Latin Album: “Entre a Mi Mundo”
Citation of Achievement presented to Abraham Quintanilla III by BMI for ‘Que Creias’

1994
TMA: Won “Female Entertainer of the Year”
TMA: Won “Female Vocalist of the Year”
TMA: “Selena Live” Won “Orchestra Album of the Year”
“Selena Live” Won A Grammy in the “Best Mexican American Performance” category
NARAS awarded a certificate to A.B. Quintanilla lll recognizing him as Producer on the Grammy Award Winning “Live” Album

1995
TMA: Won “Female Entertainer of the Year”
TMA: Won “Female Vocalist of the Year”
TMA: “Amor Prohibido” Won “Orchestra Album of the Year”
TMA: “Amor Prohibido” Won “Record of the Year”
TMA: “Bidi Bidi Bom Bom” Won “Song of the Year”
TMA: “Techno Cumbia” Won “Tejano Crossover Song of the Year”
Premio Lo Nuestro Pop: Won “Female Artist of the Year”
Premio Lo Nuestro Regional/Mexican: Won “Female Artist of the Year”
Premio Lo Nuestro Regional/Mexican: ‘Amor Prohibido’ won “Album of the Year”
Premio Lo Nuestro Regional/Mexican: ‘Amor Prohibido’ won “Song (artist/songwriter) of the Year”. Selena/A.B. Quintanilla III & Pete Astudillo

1996
TMA: Won “Female Entertainer of the Year”
TMA: Won “Female Vocalist of the Year ”
TMA: Won Album of the Year – “Dreaming Of You”
TMA: Won Show Band of the Year – “Selena Y Los Dinos”
TMA: Won Tejano Crossover – “I Could Fall In Love”
TMA: Won Single of the Year – “Amor Prohibido”

1997
TMA: Won “Female Vocalist of the Year”
TMA: Won Song of the Year – “Siempre Hace Frio”
TMA: Won Tejano Crossover – “No Quiero Saber”

2001
TMA: “Selena” Lifetime Achievement – Abraham Quintanilla III
Starting with the 21st Tejano Music Awards, a NEW Award was added to the ceremony in memory of Selena called “The Selena Lifetime Achievement Award”. Her brother, A.B. Quintanilla was the first recipient. This Award was presented to him by Texas Governor Rick Perry.

2010
TMA: “Female Vocalist of the 1980s”
TMA: “Female Vocalist of the 1990s”
TMA: Song of the 90s- “Bidi Bidi Bom Bom”

2011

Billboard Mexican Music: ‘Digital Download Artist of the Year’

Billboard Latin Music Awards: Female Vocalist of the Year

2016

Billboard Latin Music Awards: Top Latin Albums Artist of the Year, Female

Full list of awards here.