Although in the last decade the singer has only published one album, he became the first Mexican to exceed 5 billion views on the music platform
Luis Miguel became the first Mexican artist to set the record of 5 billion listeners on Spotify and it was the same singer who did not hesitate to show it off through his social networks.
This achievement is thanks to the momentum of the series that narrates his life and trajectory since in the last decade the artist has only published one album: “¡México por Siempre!”.
The company Warner Music México also joined the celebration and added an album from the aforementioned musical platform that includes several of Micky’s most remembered hits: “Suave”, “Guilty or not”, “I have everything except you” or “Por Under the Table ”are some of the topics on the list.
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The singer’s validity took on a new air with the premiere of the second season of his biographical series, which he produces alongside his protagonist, Diego Boneta.
Luis Miguel was also just nominated last week as the best Latin singer of the decade. In the shortlist promoted by the Pollstar Awards, he competes with other greats of music such as Alejandro Fernández, Enrique Iglesias, Gloria Trevi, Jennifer López, the Maná band, Marc Anthony, Ricky Martin, Romeo Santos, and Selena Gómez.