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Luis Fonsi, whose real name is Luis Alfonso Rodríguez López-Cepero, is a singer, songwriter, and actor born in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Real name: Luis Alfonso Rodríguez López-Cepero Stage name: Luis Fonsi Place of birth: San Juan Puerto Rico Date of birth: April 15, 1978 Occupation: Singer, songwriter and actor Couple: Águeda López (2014-present); Adamari López (2006-2010) Sons: two; Rocco, Mikaela Nationality: Puerto Rican
He is the son of Alfonso Rodríguez and Delia López-Cepero, and he has two brothers: Jean and Tatiana.
He is currently married to Águeda López, with whom he had two children: Rocco and Micaela.
Luis Fonsi was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on April 15, 1978. As a child he began to show interest in singing and acting, imitating different stars of the time when he was just three years old.
At the age of eleven he left Puerto Rico to move with his family to the city of Orlando, Florida. Her training as a singer begins from her beginnings in high school; There, at Dr. Phillips High School, Fonsi was part of a musical group that also included Joey Fatone, a former member of the NSync band.
Since then, he decided that his path would continue in music, so he decided to enter the School of Music at Florida State University, from where he graduated as a prominent student and member of the choir.
Her first music album as a professional singer came to light in 1998; This generated positive reviews and led Fonsi to be nominated as “Revelation Artist” of the Latin Billboard.
The singer’s success was rising rapidly, and by the year 2000 he returned to produce an album titled “Eternamente”, from which singles such as “Imagine me without you” and “My dream” were released. With this album, his fame spread to Mexico and other Latin American countries, and he was invited to make special appearances in television programs such as “Lovers with a full moon” and “Without permission from your parents.”
Along with her work as a singer, she has stood out for her compositions; one of them was awarded a Grammy award, although it was played by singer Ednita Nazario.
In 2002 he published his third studio album, with which he began to venture into the American market thanks to the success of the song “Fight the feeling”.
Three years later he would surprise his admirers again, this time with the success “Nada es para siempre”, which went around the world and gave him recognition in Spain.
Between 2005 and 2008 he had a break from recording studios, dedicating himself mainly to releasing compilation albums of his greatest hits, as well as participating as a special guest in different programs.
Since then, he has released three unpublished albums that have led him to tour the world and fill the most important auditoriums in Latin America, where he has called thousands of people.
His songs have been used as the main themes of soap operas in Mexico, and his collaborations have led him to perform on stages such as the Las Ventas bullring in Madrid.Slowly
Although Fonsi’s success had already been cemented in Latin America and some parts of Europe, 2017 would be the stage to consecrate his career thanks to the release of the song “Despacito”, in which he collaborated with Daddy Yankee.
This song quickly became a bestseller, allowing Fonsi to become a winner of four Grammy Awards, in addition to staying for several weeks at the top of popularity on top charts around the world, such as the Billboard and the Latin Billboard. In 2020, the song had over six billion views.
Photo: .ImagesLuis Fonsi’s family
Alfonso Rodríguez (father) Delia López-Cepero (mother) Jean Rodríguez (brother) Tatiana Rodríguez (sister)Children of Luis Fonsi
Mikaela Rodríguez (n. 2011) Rocco Rodríguez (n. 2016)TV
Year Title Character 2000 Full moon lovers Guest 2001 Taina Guest 2002 Without your parents’ permission Guest 2002 Like in the cinema Guest 2004 Hearts to the limit Roy 2004 Viña del Mar Festival Musical guest 2010 Dare to dream Guest 2010 Full of love Guest 2012 The Voice … Spain Coach 2013 La Voz Kids Colombia Coach 2014 Yo Soy El Jurado Artist 2015 La Voz… Ecuador Coach 2015 La Voz… Chile Coach 2016 La Voz… Chile Coach 2018 Lip Sync Battle Guest 2019 La Voz… Spain Coach 2019 The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon Musical GuestDiscography
Year Title 1998 I will start 2000 Eternal 2002 Secret love 2002 Fight the feeling 2003 Embracing life 2005 Step by step 2008 Words of silence 2011 Firm ground 2014 8 2019 LifeGrammy and Latin Grammy Awards
Year Category Outcome 2006 Song of the year for “Nada es para siempre” Nominated 2006 Best male pop vocal album for “Paso a paso” Nominated 2009 Recording of the year for “Aqui soy yo” Nominee 2009 Song of the year for “Aqui soy yo” Winner 2011 year for “Gritar” Nominated 2014 Recording of the year for “Llegaste tú” Nominated 2017 Recording of the year for “Despacito” Winner 2017 Song of the year for “Despacito” Winner 2017 Best music video short version for “Despacito” Winner 2017 Best fusion / performance Urban for “Despacito (remix with Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber) WinnerLuis Fonsi’s personal life
The singer maintained a sentimental relationship with the Puerto Rican actress and host Adamari López, whom he had met in Mexico. The couple married in 2006, while she was going through a period in which she was facing treatment to eradicate the breast cancer that had been detected and from which she could recover.
However, the couple announced their separation in 2009, alluding to a period of estrangement that both were going through; finally, they finalized their divorce in 2010.
In 2011, he entered into a relationship with Águeda López, whom he married on September 10, 2014, three years after the birth of his first daughter, Mikaela.
On December 20, 2016, the singer and his wife welcomed their second child, whom they named Rocco.
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‘Satan Went All the way down to Georgia’ Singer Charlie Daniels Dies at 83
Charlie Daniels, who was greatest recognized for his music “The Satan Went All the way down to Georgia,” died on Monday, July 6, Us Weekly confirms. He was 83.
The nation singer died at TriStar Summit Medical Heart in Hermitage, Tennessee, after struggling a hemorrhagic stroke, his publicist tells Us. He beforehand battled prostate most cancers in 2001, had a minor stroke in 2010 and had a pacemaker implanted in his coronary heart in 2013.Charlie Daniels Ralph Arvesen/Shutterstock
After information broke of Daniels’ loss of life, a number of fellow nation stars took to social media to pay tribute to him.
“The nation music flag is flying at half mast at the moment. RIP Charlie Daniels,” Luke Combs tweeted. Jake Owen, in the meantime, remembered the fiddler as “the nicest nation artist I’ve ever had the prospect to spend moments round.”
The nation music flag is flying at half mast at the moment. RIP Charlie Daniels.
— Luke Combs