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Shakira
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Shakira

Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll, known mononymously as Shakira, is a Colombian singer-songwriter, reco...

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{"key":"6155","name":"Shakira","bio":"Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll, known mononymously as Shakira, is a Colombian singer-songwriter, record producer, dancer, actress, and philanthropist. Born and raised in Barranquilla, she made her recording debut under Sony Music Colombia at the age of 13. Following the commercial failure of her first two Colombian albums, Magia (1991) and Peligro (1993), she rose to prominence in Spanish-speaking countries with her next albums, Pies Descalzos (1995) and D\u00f3nde Est\u00e1n los Ladrones? (1998). Shakira entered the English-language market with her fifth album, Laundry Service (2001). It sold over 13 million copies, spawned the international #1 singles \"Whenever, Wherever\" and \"Underneath Your Clothes,\" and propelled her reputation as a leading crossover artist. Her success was further solidified with the Spanish albums Fijaci\u00f3n Oral, Vol. 1 (2005), Sale el Sol (2010), and El Dorado (2017), all of which topped the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart and were certified diamante by the Recording Industry Association of America. Meanwhile, her English albums Oral Fixation, Vol. 2 (2005), She Wolf (2009) and Shakira (2014) were all certified gold, platinum, or multi-platinum in various countries worldwide. Some of her songs have charted at #1 in multiple countries, including \"La Tortura,\" \"Hips Don't Lie,\" \"Beautiful Liar,\" \"Waka Waka (This Time for Africa),\" \"Loca,\" and \"Chantaje.\" From 2013 to 2014, Shakira served as a coach on two seasons of the American singing competition television series \"The Voice.\" Shakira has won numerous awards, including three Grammy Awards. In 2009, Billboard listed her as the Top Female Latin Artist of the Decade, and she is the most-streamed Latin artist on Spotify. In 2020, Shakira co-headlined the Super Bowl Halftime Show with Jennifer Lopez. In addition to her chart-topping career, Shakira is a Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF. When Shakira was just 18 years old, she founded the Pies Descalzos Foundation, a charity with six state-of-the-art schools supporting displaced and underprivileged children in Colombia. She is also the co-founder of ALAS which has built over 35 early childhood development centers in Colombia, Argentina, and Mexico. Shakira previously served as one of the United Nations' 17 Sustainable Development Goals Advocates.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/6155_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}
Manu Chao
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Manu Chao

Manu Chao (⋆ 21 June 1961 in Paris, France) is a Frensh/Spanish rock, reggae, punk and ska artist;...

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{"key":"17967","name":"Manu Chao","bio":"Manu Chao (\u22c6 21 June 1961 in Paris, France) is a Frensh\/Spanish rock, reggae, punk and ska artist; well-known at Paris alternative music scene before his international success with the band Mano Negra (active 1988-95). Well-known songs are 'Me Gustas Tu', 'Bongo Bong', 'Clandestino', 'Mr Bobby', and 'Je Ne'taime Plus'. Manu is one of the world's largest selling artists, but is less known in the English-speaking world. Much of his lyrics are about global political and social issues, but also about love, world's lifestyles, and music.- - -Manu Chao (born Jos\u00e9-Manuel Thomas Arthur Chao on 21 June 1961 in Paris, France) is a singer of French and Spanish (Basque, Galician) origin.Heavily influenced by the UK rock scene, particularly The Clash, The Jam and Dr. Feelgood, Chao and other musicians formed the Spanish\/English rockabilly group Hot Pants in the mid-1980s. The group released a demo entitled \"Mala Vida\" in 1984, which received plenty of local critical praise but otherwise gained them little attention. By the time the group released their first album in 1986 the Parisian alternative music scene had taken flight, and Manu, his brother Antoine Chao, and friends such as Alain from Les Wampas formed Los Carayos to incorporate this sound with the rockabilly and punk styles of Hot Pants. Los Carayos remained a side project of the artists for eight years, releasing three albums in the first two years followed by a final album in 1994.Manu Chao had been a well-known member of the Parisian alternative music scene, in bands such as Hot Pants and Los Carayos. In 1987, Chao, his brother Antoine Chao and their cousin Santiago Casariego founded the band Mano Negra, which met with success in France first with the hit single Mala Vida and then Mexico, Central and South America, where the band toured. The band split in 1995.Chao sings in French, Spanish, Arabic, Galician, Portuguese, English, Italian, and Wolof, sometimes mixing them in the same song. He is one of the world's largest selling artists, but is less known in the English-speaking world.Chao's music has many influences: rock, French chanson, Spanish-American Salsa, Reggae, Ska and Algerian rai. These influences were obtained from immigrants in France, his Iberian roots and his travels in Latin America following the disbanding of Mano Negra. Many of Chao's lyrics are about political issues (e.g., immigration, global social justice, conflict, and a strongly leftist critique of exploitative economic globalization) but they are also about love, lifestyles in different parts of the world, and music itself, which is hopeful for the future and at the same time dramatic. Chao is openly critical of the Bush administration in the US. He has many followers among the European left and the anti-globalization movement.The influence of Manu Chao in Latin Rock or \"Rock en Espa\u00f1ol\" was crucial not only for the development and rise of new Latin bands that tried to emulate his eclectic style, but also for the self-knowledge of Latin America as a united culture. After the Latin America tour and travels, Manu Chao lyrics were more often written in Spanish than were the Mano Negra lyrics. His songs also took the lyrics or chords of some popular tunes like \"El preso\" from \"Fruko y Sus Tesos\" (in \"Desaparecido\") or \"La Verdolaga\" a traditional Colombian cumbia (in \"Por el Suelo\").Manu Chao's music does not follow a logical textual narrative, but in its eclectic construction it invokes a deeper understanding of its subject than any literal form could. He sings songs about the people of the streets, the outer provinces, and the marginalised; he sings with the forgotten and uncounted billions, the underclass, and in so doing, he speaks about the fragility of human kind. His music is a bridge, exploring the common ground and means of mutual understanding that are available to us, exponating the idea that beyond superfluous differences in cultural identity, we are all the same.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/17967_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}
Jennifer Lopez
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Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez, also known by the nickname J. Lo, is an actress, singer, dancer, fashion designer, p...

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{"key":"6141","name":"Jennifer Lopez","bio":"Jennifer Lopez, also known by the nickname J. Lo, is an actress, singer, dancer, fashion designer, producer, and businesswoman. She is known for appearing in the 2019 film Hustlers and for her singles \u201cJenny from the Block\u201d and \u201cOn the Floor.\u201d Lopez served as a judge on American Idol in its tenth and eleventh seasons. For her first leading role in the 1997 Selena biopic of the same name, Lopez received a Golden Globe nomination and became the first Latin actress to earn over $1 million for a film. With a cumulative film gross of $3 billion and estimated global sales of 80 million records, Lopez is regarded as the most influential Latin performer in the United States. In 2012, Forbes ranked her as the most powerful celebrity in the world, as well as the 38th most powerful woman in the world. Time listed her among the 100 most influential people in the world in 2018. Lopez\u2019s debut studio album, 1999\u2019s On the 6, launched the Latin pop musical movement in the United States. With the simultaneous release of her second studio album J.Lo and her romantic comedy The Wedding Planner in 2001, Lopez became the first woman to have a #1 album and film in the same week. For her contributions to the music industry, Lopez has received a landmark star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Billboard Icon Award, and the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award among other honors. Her other ventures include clothing lines, fragrances, a production company, and a charitable foundation. Lopez is an involved philanthropist, having raised millions of dollars for HIV\/AIDS research. In June 2013, amfAR (the American Foundation for Aids Research) presented Lopez with its humanitarian award for her philanthropic work. She is an avid supporter of LGBTQ rights. Along with her sister, Lynda, Lopez launched the Lopez Family Foundation in 2009 to increase the availability of healthcare for underprivileged women and children. In September 2015, Lopez was announced as the UN Foundation\u2019s first Global Advocate for Women and Girls, a role in which she mobilizes action to address challenges faced by women and girls around the world, including maternal health care programs, education, and violence against women. Following Hurricane Irma and Maria, Lopez helped raise millions of dollars to benefit Puerto Rico in their rebuilding efforts. She was born on July 24, 1969, to Puerto Rican parents who lived in the Bronx borough of New York City. She attended Catholic schools for the entirety of her education, competing in gymnastics and track and playing on the softball team. In February 2017, she began dating Alex Rodriguez, a former baseball star on the New York Yankees. In March 2019, the duo announced their engagement. In February 2020, Lopez co-headlined the Super Bowl LIV halftime show alongside Shakira. In January 2021, Lopez launched her skincare line, JLo Beauty. That same month, she performed at the inauguration of President Joe Biden in Washington, D.C., where she sang \"This Land Is Your Land\" and \"America the Beautiful,\" while also reciting the last phrase of the Pledge of Allegiance in Spanish.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/www.aaemusic.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2021\/01\/Jennifer-Lopez.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}
Enrique Iglesias
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Enrique Iglesias

Enrique Iglesias (born Enrique Miguel Iglesias Preysler on May 8, 1975, in Madrid, Spain) is a Miami...

500,000 - 1,000,000
{"key":"6177","name":"Enrique Iglesias","bio":"Enrique Iglesias (born Enrique Miguel Iglesias Preysler on May 8, 1975, in Madrid, Spain) is a Miami-based singing sensation and multi-million-album seller. He is the son of famous Spanish singer Julio Iglesias and Spanish-mestiza Filipina socialite and Hola! magazine journalist Isabel Preysler. He also is the brother of Chabeli Iglesias and Julio Jos\u00e9 Iglesias, and half-brother of Tamara Falc\u00f3 and Ana Boyer (from his mother's side) and Miguel Alejandro, Rodrigo, Cristina, Victoria and Guillermo Iglesias (from his father's side).After the widely publicized kidnapping of his grandfather in Spain, Iglesias moved to Miami, Florida in 1983, at age 8. While in Miami, Iglesias enjoyed the luxury of being the son of a billionaire, but he developed a taste for simpler things, a fact that would later surface in his concerts, where he appeared in plain clothes, including white cotton shirts.Iglesias first performed while in high school, in the musical Hello Dolly. While attending the University of Miami, he was auditioned by his future manager, who was impressed. Using the pseudonym Enrique Mart\u00ednez, the two promoted his demos across various record labels. Months later, Iglesias was signed by Fonovisa and went to Toronto to record his first album in total anonymity.Iglesias has been linked to rumors of romantic relationships with a number of women: former Miss Universe Alicia Machado; the model\/actor and Miami resident Sofia Vergara; the pop singer Christina Aguilera; and the actress Jennifer Love Hewitt. More recently, he has reputedly been dating the Russian tennis player, Anna Kournikova for a number of years.On July 12, 1995, Iglesias released his first album titled Enrique Iglesias, a collection of light rock ballads, including such mega-hits as \"Si T\u00fa Te Vas\", \"Experiencia Religiosa\", and others. The record sold half a million copies in its first week, a rare accomplishment then for an album recorded in a language other than English.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/6177_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"500,000 - 1,000,000"}
Santana
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Santana

Santana is a rock band based around talented guitarist Carlos Santana and founded in the late 1960s....

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{"key":"2357","name":"Santana","bio":"Santana is a rock band based around talented guitarist Carlos Santana and founded in the late 1960s. The band first came to public attention after their performing the song \"Soul Sacrifice\" at the Woodstock Festival in 1969, when their Latin rock provided a contrast to other acts on the bill. This initial exposure made their first, eponymous album a hit at the time, followed in the next two years by successful follow-ups Abraxas and Santana III. Over the years, and despite a constantly changing line-up, Santana has achieved a total of eight Grammy Awards. In 1998, the group was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, with Carlos Santana, Jose Chepito Areas, David Brown, Mike Carabello, Gregg Rolie and Michael Shrieve being honored.Santana was formed originally in 1967 in San Francisco, California. Carlos Santana is a Mexican-born American. Originally named The Santana Blues Band, they rose to international fame when they performed at the Woodstock festival in 1969. This led to their second studio album, Abraxas (1970), becoming a Latin-Rock standard and a huge critical and commercial success. Over the years their line-up has changed constantly, allowing them to evolve with the times. Over 50 musicians have been in Santana over its 40 year history, but the only constant has been Carlos Santana himself. Various successful bands have been spawned by Santana, most notably Journey, formed by keyboardist Gregg Rolie and guitarist Neal Schon, both key members of Santana's early days. Following a brief quiet period in the early 1990s, Santana returned to stardom by releasing two successful albums, Shaman and Supernatural, featuring various guest vocalists.Santana's original drummer Michael Shrieve was one of the youngest performers at the Woodstock Music Festival in the year 1969 at only 19 years of age.Carlos Santana is known to use Paul Reed Smith (PRS) custom guitars, though his choice varies according to co-players. On his last album, The Best of Santana, he played a Stratocaster to match with Eric Clapton's Strato-style.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/2357_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}
Camila Cabello
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Camila Cabello

Camila Cabello was a founding member of the girl group Fifth Harmony. Born Karla Camila Cabello Estr...

50,000 - 200,000
{"key":"232522","name":"Camila Cabello","bio":"Camila Cabello was a founding member of the girl group Fifth Harmony. Born Karla Camila Cabello Estrabao in Cojimar, Cuba, Cabello moved to Miami, Florida at the age of six. Growing up in a Spanish-speaking environment (her mother is Cuban and her father is Mexican), she fostered her love of music by listening to Celia Cruz and Alejandro Fern\u00e1ndez. At the age of 15, she auditioned for The X Factor in Greensboro, North Carolina. Even though she was eliminated (along with her four future groupmates), the judges brought her back. Simon Cowell combined the girls into a quintet and formed Fifth Harmony. Despite finishing in third place, they went on to be the most successful contestants from that season. Their debut EP, Better Together, was released in October 2013, with acoustic reworkings, Spanish versions (Juntos and Juntos Acoustic), and a remix album following a month later. Their debut single, \\\"Miss Movin\\' On,\\\" was the highest-charting U.S. X Factor single at the time, a feat beaten only by each successive Fifth Harmony single. Their debut LP, Reflection, was released in early 2015, featuring the hits \\\"Sledgehammer\\\" (written by Meghan Trainor) and \\\"Worth It,\\\" featuring rapper Kid Ink. While backstage on Taylor Swift\\'s 1989 world tour, Cabello wrote a duet with Canadian singer\/songwriter Shawn Mendes. \\\"I Know What You Did Last Summer\\\" was released in November 2015 and immediately hit the Billboard Top 20. Fifth Harmony\\'s sophomore set, 7\/27, was issued in 2016, supported by a world tour and the hit single \\\"Work from Home.\\\" That same year, a duet with rapper Machine Gun Kelly, \\\"Bad Things,\\\" made its slow climb toward the top of the Billboard singles chart, garnering Cabello her first Top Ten song as a solo artist. Cabello\\'s departure from Fifth Harmony was announced in December 2016. Her debut album Camila was released in 2018, and she was nominated for two Grammys at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/www.aaemusic.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/2019\/01\/camila-cabello-thatgrapejuice-solo-album.jpg","feeRange":"50,000 - 200,000"}
Chico Buarque
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Chico Buarque

Chico Buarque (born Francisco Buarque de Hollanda, 19 Jun 1944, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - also kno...

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{"key":"55259","name":"Chico Buarque","bio":"Chico Buarque (born Francisco Buarque de Hollanda, 19 Jun 1944, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - also known as Chico Buarque de Hollanda), is a singer, composer, dramatist, and writer, although he is best known for his music, which often comments on Brazilian social, economic & cultural issues.Chico came from an intellectual and privileged family background. S\u00e9rgio Buarque de Hollanda, his father, was a well-known historian and sociologist. Aur\u00e9lio Buarque de Hollanda, his lexicographer uncle, is as strongly associated with Brazilian dictionaries as Webster is with American English ones. He was a studious child, precocious in music & writing, and was heavily impressed by bossa nova - specifically, Jo\u00e3o Gilberto's work.Chico made his public debut as musician and composer in 1964, rapidly building his reputation at music festivals and television variety shows. His self-titled debut album exemplified the work to come, with catchy sambas characterized by inventive wordplay and an undercurrent of nostalgic tragedy.Chico's increasing political activity against the Brazilian military dictatorship resulted in his arrest in 1968, and eventual self-exile to Italy in 1969. Other important musicians like Caetano Veloso and Gilberto Gil experienced the same fate. Chico returned to Brazil in 1970, using his fame and song-writing skills to protest against the dictatorship. At this time his lightly-veiled protest single Apesar de Voc\u00ea (Despite you) somehow passed by the gaze of military censors, becoming the democracy movement's anthem. After selling over 100,000 copies, the single was eventually repressed, and all copies were removed from the market. Despite the censorship, songs such as Samba de Orly (Samba of Orly; 1970), Acorda Amor (Wake Up, Darling; 1974), and Vai Passar (It Will Pass; 1983) made Chico's continuing opposition blatant.During the 1970s and 1980s, Chico collaborated with filmmakers, playwriters, and musicians in further protest works against the dictatorship.In 1998, the carnival samba school Mangueira took Chico as its annual theme, winning first prize.His latest book, Budapeste, achieved great critical acclaim and won the Pr\u00eamio Jabuti, a Brazilian literary award similar to The Booker Prize Award.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/55259_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}
Caetano Veloso
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Caetano Veloso

Caetano Veloso (born 7 August 1942) is one of the most popular and influential Brazilian composers a...

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{"key":"18027","name":"Caetano Veloso","bio":"Caetano Veloso (born 7 August 1942) is one of the most popular and influential Brazilian composers and singers. He was born in Santo Amaro da Purifica\u00e7\u00e3o, Bahia, Brasil, the fifth of the seven children born to Jos\u00e9 Telles Veloso (\"Seu Zezinho\") and Claudionor Vianna Telles Veloso (\"Dona Can\u00f4\"). His younger sister, Maria Beth\u00e2nia, preceded him to fame as a singer in the mid-1960s.He began his career around 1965 singing bossa nova and he has cited his greatest musical influences from his early period as Jo\u00e3o Gilberto and Dorival Caymmi. (Jo\u00e3o Gilberto would say later about Caetano's contribution that it added an intellectual dimension to brazilian popular music.) But with such musical collaborators Gilberto Gil, Gal Costa, Tom Z\u00e9, Chico Buarque, and Os Mutantes, and greatly influenced by the later work of The Beatles, developed tropicalismo, which fused Brazilian pop with rock and roll and avant garde art music resulting in a more international, psychedelic, and socially aware sound. Veloso's politically active stance, unapologetically leftist, earned him the enmity of Brazil's military dictatorship which ruled until 1985; his songs were frequently censored, and some were banned. Veloso was also alienated from the socialist left in Brazil becasue of his acceptance and integration of non-nationalist influences (like rock and roll) in his music. Veloso and Gilberto Gil spent several months in jail for \"anti-government activity\" in 1968 and eventually exiled themselves to London. Caetano Veloso's work upon his return in 1972 was often characterized by frequent appropriations not only of international styles, but of half-forgotten Brazilian folkloric styles and rhythms as well. In particular, his celebration of the Afro-Brazilian culture of Bahia can be seen as the precursor of such Afro-centric groups as Timbalada.In the 1980s, Veloso's popularity outside Brazil grew, especially in Israel, Portugal, France and Africa. By 2004, he was one of the most respected and prolific international pop stars, with more than fifty recordings available, including songs in soundtracks of movies such as Pedro Almodovar's Hable con Ella (Talk to Her), and Frida. In 2002 Veloso published an account of his early years and the Tropicalia movement, Tropical Truth: A Story of Music and Revolution in Brazil.His first all-English CD was A Foreign Sound (2004), which covers Nirvana's \"Come as You Are\" and compositions from the Great American Songbook. Five of the six songs on his third eponymous album, released in 1971, were also in English.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/18027_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"please contact"}
Laura Pausini
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Laura Pausini

Laura Pausini is a five-time Grammy Award winning Italian singer, songwriter, producer and TV host. ...

75,000 - 150,000
{"key":"18004","name":"Laura Pausini","bio":"Laura Pausini is a five-time Grammy Award winning Italian singer, songwriter, producer and TV host. She is the most famous and successful Italian artist worldwide. Pausini is famed for her soulful voice and her romantic Latin pop and Pop ballads and love songs, although she has also dealt with other subjects such as poverty, war, and racism, among other social issues. She is fluent in several languages. Although she mainly sings in Spanish and Italian, she also sings in Portuguese, English, and French. She has sold over 40 million album copies around the world.Laura was born in Faenza (province of Ravenna, Italy) on May 16,1974 and was raised in Solarolo (Ravenna). She started to sing in local piano bars with her father when she was 8. In 1993, her career was launched when she won the prestigious Italian Sanremo Music Festival with one of her best known songs, \"La Solitudine\". The song also has an English version with lyrics written by Broadway composer Tim Rice.In 1994, she released her first Spanish album, Laura Pausini, a compilation of adapted versions in this language from her first two Italian CDs, Laura Pausini and Laura. The album was very successful that made her a household name in the Hispanic and Latin world.In 1999 she recorded a song titled \"One More Time\" written by Richard Marx for the soundtrack of the hollywood movie \"Message in a Bottle\" (with Kevin Costner and Paul Newman). In 2000 she participated with the theme \"The Extra Mile\" for the soundtrack of the movie \"Pokemon 2000: The Power of One\".She released her first full album in English, From the Inside with Atlantic Records in 2002, working with producer Patrick Leonard, among others. The song, \"Surrender\" saw some limited exposure on the Adult Contemporary radio format. In an Australian release of the album, she has two versions of \"Surrender\" included - the original dance version, and a downtempo version called the \"Toronto Chilled Mix. Both \"Surrender\" and \"If That's Love\" reached #1 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs chart. They also fared well on the U.S. Billboard Dance\/Mix Show Airplay chart. Unfortunately, the album did not obtain the success the label had hoped for, failing to sell more than 100,000 in the long run.In 2004 she released Resta in ascolto. The Spanish version of this album, Escucha, awarded Pausini a Latin Grammy in 2005 and a Grammy in 2006. This made her the first Italian female to receive such honors. The song \"V\u00edveme\" was featured as the theme music to La Madrastra, a popular Mexican telenovela, in which she had a memorable cameo appearance.About her album Io canto (Spanish Yo canto) she has said: \"I chose the music I listen to, in sad moments as well as in other, more special ones, those tunes that have taught me how to feel, how to love music beyond genres and styles.\" On the 2nd of June 2007, Laura Pausini was the first female artist to play at the San Siro Stadium in Milan, Italy in front of a crowd of 70,000 spectators. Later that year the concert was released on CD and DVD and became very successful in Italy and Spain.On the 8th of November 2007, Laura won a Latin Grammy Award for the best female album with 'Yo Canto', the Spanish version of the album 'Io Canto'. Laura dedicated the award to the memory of Italian legend Luciano Pavarotti. Later on during the show she sang songs from her album 'Yo Canto' alongside Italian singer Andrea Bocelli.Her album \"Primavera In Anticipo\" ( \"Primavera Anticipada\", spanish version) has been a totally success in her country Italy. The album remained on the top of album charts for 9 weeks straight selling more than 500.000 copies only in Italy , and it's still on the top selling albums after 7 months. Around the world Pausini's single, \"En Cambio No\"( \"Invece No\" in Italian) climbed to the top of severals Latin-American countries like Mexico and Panama. Her duet with James Blunt, which is album's second single, became a smash-hit in many European countries including Germany, Spain and Austria.On 30 December 2010, Pausini announced her eleventh studio album, Inedito \/ In\u00e9dito, released both in Italian and Spanish on 11 November 2011. The title and the tracklist of the album were announced through Pausini's website on 10 September 2011. The first single from the album, \"Benvenuto\" \/ \"Bienvenido\", was released on 12 September 2011. In order to promote the album, Pausini engaged the Inedito World Tour, starting with 11 shows in Italy in late December 2011. The tour reached Latin America in January and February 2012. The European leg of her tour visited the principle arenas of France, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, Belgium and Holland, and concluded at the Royal Albert Hall in London.The album also spawned the singles \"Non ho mai smesso\" \/ \"Jam\u00e1s abandon\u00e9\", \"Bastava\" \/ \"Bastaba\", \"Mi tengo\", \"Le cose che non mi aspetto\" \/ \"Las cosas que no me espero\" and \"Celeste\". The song \"Troppo tempo\" was originally chosen as the sixth and last single of the album, but when Pausini discovered her pregnancy she changed her mind to \"Celeste\". On 25 June 2012, Pausini took part in the mega-concert Concerto per l'Emilia, organized to raise funds in support of the people affected by the 2012 Northern Italy earthquakes. During the show, Pausini duetted with Cesare Cremonini, performing a cover of Lucio Dalla's \"L'anno che verr\u00e0\".On 27 November 2012, a special edition of Inedito, in both Italian and Spanish, was released, featuring a live DVD recorded during the 2012 Inedito World Tour. The Italian-language version and the Spanish-language version of the DVD were recorded in Bologna on 17 April 2012 and in Madrid on 20 April 2012, respectively. The CD included in the new edition of Inedito also features a live medley performed by Pausini on New Year's Eve 2012, as well as a duet with Venezuelan singer Carlos Baute on the track \"Las cosas que no me espero\", released as a single in Spain and Latin America. In 2012 Pausini also recorded an Italian-language duet with Josh Groban, \"E ti prometter\u00f2\", included in his album All That Echoes, released in February 2013.On 26 February 2013, in order to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of her career, Pausini released a digital single including the original versions in Italian, Spanish and English of the song which launched her career in 1993, \"La solitudine\". The track was launched as a limited-edition single, available for purhcase for a week only. Later during the same year, she confirmed that a greatest hits album will be released for the same purpose by December 2013. On 1 June 2013 Pausini took part in the concert Chime for Change in London, supporting the global campaign of the same name for girls' and women's empowerment. Pausini performed the songs \"Io canto\" and \"It's Not Goodbye\". During the same year, she appeared as a featured artist on the track \"Sonr\u00ede (Smile)\", included in American singer Gloria Estefan's album The Standards. A new world tour has also been confirmed by Pausini through her official website. Starting from December 2013, Pausini will promote her greatest hits album with concerts in her native Italy, as well as in other European countries, in Latin America, in the United States and in Canada. The tour also includes a performance during the Vi\u00f1a del Mar International Song Festival in Chile.On September 9, 2013, Pausini released a new single named \"Limpido\" (in Spanish, \"Limpio\"), in order to promote her new album. The song is a duet between Pausini and the Australian singer Kylie Minogue. On the same day, the name of the album was confirmed to be 20 - The Greatest Hits \/ 20 - Grandes Exitos. On September 20, 2013, Pausini posted the official cover of this new album in her Instagram account, created in order to share the image. On September 9, 2013, Pausini released a new single named \"Limpido\" (in Spanish, \"Limpio\"), in order to promote her new album. The song is a duet between Pausini and the Australian singer Kylie Minogue. On the same day, the name of the album was confirmed to be 20 - The Greatest Hits \/ 20 - Grandes Exitos.On September 20, 2013, Pausini posted the official cover of this new album in her Instagram account, created in order to share the image.","featuredImage":"https:\/\/assets.allamericanmusic.com\/images\/18004_h_0.jpg","feeRange":"75,000 - 150,000"}
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