Carlos Vives

The man who modernized one of the best artistic expressions of Colombia, Carlos Vives, one of the most important figures of Latin music known as the pioneer of Colombian and Latin American sound.

Through his art, Carlos was going to become the representative of that pure and honest Colombian, who with every act exalts Colombian, who with every act exalts his country. Singer-composer, actor and entrepreneur, Vives merged the traditional Colombian vallenato with pop and rock elements and expanded the genre to an international audience.


Born Juan Luis Londoño in Medellín, Colombia, he formulated his artistic moniker Maluma from the first two letters of the names of his mother, father and sister. The 2018 Latin Grammy Award winner for best contemporary pop vocal album (FOR F.A.M.E) is one of social media’s most popular artists with over 23 million Facebook fans, 6 million Twitter followers and a whopping 46 million Instagram followers (Making him the leading Latin male artist on Instagram). His official YouTube/VEVO channel has garnered over 9 billion views and has more than 22 million subscribers, having earned him a YouTube Diamond Play Button Award.

Silvestre Dangond

Silvestre Dangond is a Colombian superstar, hailing as one of the most emblematic exponents of the new generation of Vallenato and the one with the biggest international projection. An interpreter that is crossing all borders and catapulting this popular Colombian genre worldwide, Silvestre has a career spanning two decades across north and South America as well as Europe. He has been one of the biggest International rising stars in the last few years due to his ability to fuse his folk music with the music of the moment. 


The Urban Latin music icon Wisin, whose real name is Juan Luis Morera Luna, is a singer, songwriter, producer, and entrepreneur recognized for his success, first as part of Wisin and Yandel duo and now in his solo career. In the last 18 years he has remained one of the most popular artists on the radio and on the dance floors, most nominated, awarded, and biggest selling artist in Latin music.


CNCO is Latina Music’s most successful contemporary boy band in 2015, Erick, Richard, Joel, Christopher and Zabdiel were chosen as the winning members of Univision’s musical TV competition La Banda, where they captivated the hearts of superstar judges: Ricky Martín, Alejandro Saenz, and Laura Pausini, gaining them millions of fans from around the world. The show, co-created by Univision, Ricky Martín, and Simon Cowell, awarded the band a multi-year record deal with Sony Music Latin.


Known artistically as Fer Vasquez, is the lead vocalist, songwriter and producer of the Uruguayan band Rombai. In late 2013, he formed his group with some friends in college as excuse of hangout and have fun. They spent 2014 working on their material and in December released their debut single “Locuras Contigo” (Crazy things with you) on Social Media within weeks, it became a viral hit on YouTube and Spotify. Surprised at the positive reaction, Rombai realized that it could truly have a promising career.


Emilia is a singer, composer, musician and dancer who through Social Media and YouTube has created an impressive fan base and has become a trendsetter among the young. A visionary, charismatic and daring young woman who has made her way through the music industry with a promising career. Her audience is made up of teenagers and young adults, with a potential that keeps her in the eye of brands and agencies who are constantly on the lookout for her types of audiences.