Multi-platinum singer-songwriter Carlos Vives closes out 2022 with countless hits including: two Latin GRAMMY® Awards, American GRAMMY® nomination, multiple No. 1s, hundreds of millions of streams, Platinum Records, an impressive concert tour that It took him to different cities in the United States, Canada, Latin America, Italy and Spain, and much more.

In May of this year, Vives released “Cumbiana II”, an album chosen by Billboard Magazine as one of the best Latin albums of 2022 and nominated for the 2023 GRAMMY for “Best Tropical Latin Album”. In addition, he was honored once again by the Latin Recording Academy with 2 Latin GRAMMY® Awards in the categories “Best Contemporary Tropical Album” and “Best Pop/Rock Song” for Babel with Fito Páez, with 17 Latin GRAMMY® Awards. till the date. On the other hand, he was also awarded during the Seventh Edition of the HEAT Latin Music Awards as “Best Tropical Artist of the Year”, and received the Compromiso Award for the tireless social work that he has undertaken with his initiative “Tras La Perla”.

Prior to the album’s release and with unparalleled success, “Canción Bonita” together with the global icon Ricky Martin not only set trends in 19 countries but has also received 4x Platinum Records, and “Kisses in Any Time” together with Mau and Ricky and Lucy Vives, which reached a Gold Record for its digital sales. Similarly, his global success “Baloncito Viejo” with Camilo led him to receive 3 nominations for the 2022 Latin GRAMMY® awards, Gold Record certification and became the most listened to song in the United States by positioning No.1 on the Billboard’s Latin Airplay chart for several consecutive weeks, marking his single No. 16 at #1 on the prestigious chart. In addition, it was Number 1 for 7 weeks in Colombia, and multiple weeks No. 1 in Ecuador, Chile and Panama.

In addition to all the success generated by “Cumbiana II”, Vives reached the United States, Canada, Latin America and Europe with more than 30 stops with his “Después de todo…VIVES” tour. Undoubtedly, the 4-month tour brought audiences to a throb with him in a show like no other, achieving massive success in every city he visited.

In the same way, he arrived with his “Cumbiana Tour” at the Movistar Arena in the Colombian capital with two SOLD OUT shows and more than 14,000 attendees per day, where he performed the classics of his repertoire that have remained over time as true hymns of the Latin music. However, it was not until December 16 that Vives performed his last show of the year entitled “Vives en el Hard Rock de mi Pueblo”, which took place at Hard Rock Live at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, FL. .

On the other hand, Vives was announced as a special guest for this Christmas season with Disney+ to interpret the song “Colombia, Mi Encanto” that is part of the hit movie “Encanto”. The streaming platform will bring the magic of the Madrigal family during these holidays with an unprecedented concert, “Encanto en el Hollywood Bowl” which was recorded in November from the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles and will be available on December 28 through Disney+.

Similarly, this year the Colombian idol returns to acting with a special project for Disney + entitled “El Club de los graves”, in which he shares credits with his daughter, Elena Vives. The story is centered on an eccentric music teacher, played by Vives, and a group of students from an institute specializing in music training. The series will feature original music produced by the emblematic Colombian artist, which will be available through digital music platforms. Looking forward to the world premiere of “The Graves Club” next year!


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