|Spanish singer-songwriter, ABRAHAM MATEO achieves yet another important milestone as he continues to break through all across Latin America and more impressively in the United States. The artist dominates the BILLBOARD: Latin Airplay and Latin Rhythm charts this week, holding the #1 spot with his latest single titled “SE ACABÓ EL AMOR” only a month and a half after its release.
With this accomplishment, Abraham Mateo joins fellow spaniard, Enrique Iglesias on the short and selective list of Spanish artists to reach #1 on the Billboard charts in recent years.
The song, which is a collaboration alongside superstar Jennifer López and urban music legend Yandel, is dedicated to failed relationships. “Se Acabó El Amor” was written by Abraham and Chacal, and recorded between the cities of Miami, Los Angeles, and New York.
The 19 year old from Cádiz, who despite his young age counts with over 13 years of artistic career, broke out internationally with the release of his last two records, “Loco Enamorado” and “Háblame Bajito”, in collaboration with Farruko, Austin Mahone, and Rap music legend, 50 Cent.
“Se Acabó El Amor” counts with more than 60 million views on YouTube, as “Loco Enamorado” has surpassed the 250 million mark, consolidated as one of 2017’s biggest hits.
In addition to the celebration of these two #1s, Abraham has released to radio stations everywhere the “WORLDWIDE REMIX” of “Se Acabó El Amor”, with the participation of Pitbull and Chacal, and produced by Dj Chino, who is responsible for Pitbull’s global hits. The song will soon be available on all digital platforms.
Recently, Abraham announced his upcoming world-tour “XIII TOUR”, which will kick-off across Spain in Madrid, Barcelona, Málaga, Sevilla, and Tenerife. The artist will soon be announcing more dates, however, the tour is already confirmed to touch down in places like- Mexico City and Puebla, Mexico; Panama; Quito, Ecuador; Santiago de Chile; Montevideo, Uruguay and Buenos Aires, Argentina- during the months of October and November 2018.
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