La última noche: A cult classic that explores the world of reggaeton and its social impact
tito el bambino is the best selling latin artist in the world with over 40 million albums sold and more than 20 million singles. after such a career, it was inevitable that he would follow the path that all greats of latin music have gone down, towards a solo career. tito's first solo album is top of the line. you've heard the songs before, the beats are the same. you'll hear the collaboration of randy, de la ghetto and héctor, each one handling different styles. there are tracks that bring back the sounds of the 90's, el aguante el aguante, and love songs like tiene tanta amor that we all love, "enamorado", "el dudaloso", "sereno", "olor a mami" and many others. over the last few days, i've been listening with great pleasure the new album so far. i'm waiting for the rest of the songs, i'm sure the rest of the album will have all the highlights this one has. here's what's up on the digital racks.
la ultima noche tito el bambino pelicula
titos music has sold more than 7 million copies worldwide since his recording debut in 2000. he appeared on univisions band of the year against cnco in 2008, winning the award. in 2011, tito el bambino was awarded best urban artist at the premios juventud.
in 2016, tito el bambino organized the pilsen music festival, which took place in his hometown of carolina, puerto rico. in addition, he started his own sports franchise named bambino. he released a single titled la receta de mi vida and won the american music award for favorite latin artist. in 2017, he released the singles sensacion & te va gustar, la cena de dos and mi dadadito.
tito was nominated for a 2016 latin grammy award in the category of urban music for his album el patrn, but lost out to alejandro sanz. in 2018, he released a song titled mi tuerte with daddy yankee and wisin y yandel, and has been rumored to join cnco on their 2019 comeback. in the same year, he released a collaboration with daddy yankee titled los galera that eventually became a number one song on the billboard hot latin songs chart.