Bromance and a Comeback Single: J Balvin Returns to the Music Scene
After a 10-month hiatus on social media, J Balvin is back and making waves. The Colombian artist is not only promoting his comeback single “En alta” featuring Quevedo, Yovngchimi, and Omar Courtz, but he is also reconnecting with fellow musicians. During his show in Ibiza, Balvin surprised the audience by inviting Maluma on stage to perform their hit collaboration “Qué pena.” Balvin expressed his pride in Maluma’s growth as an artist and praised their friendship on Instagram.
Premios Juventud 2023: New Wave of Artists Revealed
Univision recently announced the lineup for the upcoming Premios Juventud 2023, scheduled for July 20. The confirmed artists include Camilo, Carin León, Danna Paola, Denise Rosenthal, Eslabón Armado, Farruko, Fernando Villalona, Ilegales, Jandy Ventura, Los Hermanos Rosario, Pavel Núñez, Sofia Reyes, and Toño Rosario. Additionally, Camila Cabello will be honored with the special Agent of Change award for her dedication to improving the lives of youth worldwide. Cabello expressed her excitement and gratitude for the recognition.
Sebastián Yatra’s Dream Come True
Sebastián Yatra had the opportunity to fulfill a dream this week when he was invited by renowned pianist Lang Lang to perform their nominated Oscar song “Dos oruguitas.” Yatra expressed his privilege and admiration for Lang Lang’s work on Instagram, and the pianist responded with equal enthusiasm. Both artists performed together at the National Auditorium in Madrid as part of Lang Lang’s The Disney Book concert.
Peso Pluma Makes Billboard History
Peso Pluma has achieved a significant milestone on the Billboard charts with their third studio album, Génesis. The album jumped from No. 35 to No. 1 on the Top Latin Albums chart and also climbed to No. 1 on the Regional Mexican Albums chart. It even peaked at No. 3 on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart. Billboard reported that 10 songs from the album, including “Luna” featuring Junior H, debuted on the Hot Latin Songs chart.
Youthful Rapper Young Miko Takes Puerto Rico by Storm
Young Miko, a rising Puerto Rican rapper, recently performed her first sold-out concert in Puerto Rico at the Tito Puente Amphitheater. The event was a dream come true for the artist, who was supported by special guests such as Yandel, Jowell & Randy, Omar Courtz, and PJ Without Sole. Young Miko expressed her gratitude for the unforgettable night and promised that this was just the beginning of her journey.
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