He’ll celebrate his successes in Las Vegas this week for the 17th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards
November 14, 2016) Miami, FL- Singer/Songwriter, Gabo Parisi is celebrating a monumental milestone in his career this week with his first Billboard #1 single, “Muñeca”. The song which features Latin urban superstar, Farruko took over the #1 spot on Billboard’s Tropical chart thanks to the incredible support it received from radio and fans.
Latin Grammy award-winning producer, Luny Tunes, who is credited with some of Latin Music’s biggest hits from artists such as Daddy Yankee, Don Omar, Wisin y Yandel and many others, produced the song. Gabo, Farruko, and producer/songwriter, Jumbo who frequently collaborates with Luny Tunes, composed the urban melodic hit.
Parisi is no stranger to the spotlight, the Venezuelan native got his start in entertainment as an actor and found success with roles on numerous telenovelas on networks such as Televisa, Univision, and Telemundo. His true passion was always music, and over the recent years his love and dedication to his craft has lead him down the path of stardom. “Muñeca” marks Parisi’s 4th #1 in Venezuela and other Latin American countries. In late October the artist was awarded the honor of “Breakout Male Singer” at the 50th Annual Cacique de Oro Awards in Caracas.
Gabo Parisi, who has been a long time voting member of the Latin Recording Academy, will be arriving in Las Vegas early this week to attend the biggest night in music, the Latin GRAMMY Awards. He will also take the time to promote his #1 single on the red carpet as well as conducting interviews throughout the week.
Following Latin Grammy week, Gabo will return to Miami where he will spend the coming weeks visiting local and national media, talking about the success of the single as well as what to expect next from the artist.
Earlier this year, Gabo signed to independent music label, RG Music in partnership with Acoch Music and Sony Music Latin for US distribution and is preparing to release his upcoming album in the coming months.