Marc Anthony, Daddy Yankee, Roberto Tapia, Romeo Santos, Tito El Bambino, And Juan Luis Guerra To Hit The Stage At The 2013 Billboard Latin Music Awards Presented By State Farm Live On Telemundo April 25 At 7pm/6c

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MIAMI,  April 4, 2013  /PRNewswire/ -- The impressive line-up of Latin music
performers continues to grow for the  Billboard  Latin Music Awards presented by
State Farm, tobroadcast live  Thursday, April 25  on Telemundo, at  7PM/6c from
BankUnited Center at the  University of Miami  in  Florida.   The long list of
previously announced artists now includes the spectacular performances by  Marc
Anthony,  Daddy Yankee,  Roberto Tapia,  RomeoSantos,  Tito El Bambino,  and 
Juan Luis Guerra.   

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* Talented singer  Marc Anthonyis a two-time Grammy and three-time Latin
Grammy-winner who has sold more than 12 million albums worldwide.  Marc Anthony 
has placed seven No. 1s on both Billboard's Top Latin Albums and Hot Latin Songs
charts, and an astounding 21 No. 1s on Billboard's Tropical Airplay, the
second-most among all artists in the history of that chart.  
* Five-time finalist  Daddy Yankee  established reggaeton as a popular music
style, and has enjoyed phenomenal success transcending cultural and genre
boundaries.  His album "Barrio Fino" was the first reggaeton album to reach
number one on Billboard's Top Latin Album chart, a position it held for about
half a year while selling over a million copies in  the United States  alone.   
* Renowned regional Mexican music artist and finalist,  Roberto Tapia, was
recently announced as a coach for Telemundo's upcoming singing competition "La
Voz Kids," alongside  Paulina Rubio  and  Prince Royce.  Roberto Tapia  got his
first No. 1 on Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart and Regional Mexican Albums
chart in 2012 with his album, "El Muchacho."  
* Bilingual singer/songwriter  Romeo Santos, the "King of Bachata," rose to fame
as the lead vocalist of world-renowned tropical/pop group  Aventura  prior to
embarking on a chart-topping solo career in 2011 (he recently tied  Enrique
Iglesias' long-standing record for the most No. 1s on Billboard's Latin Airplay
chart from one album with his breakout "Formula Vol. 1").  The young Dominican
is a 12-time finalist with multiple albums and songs, including the
collaboration "Promise" with world-renowned artist  Usher.
* Chart topping urban/tropical/pop singer  Tito El Bambino, whose recent
collaboration with  Marc Anthony  "Por Que Les Mientes?" remained atop the
Billboard Tropical songs chart for four consecutive weeks, is a two-time
finalist and one of the featured acts of the fourth annual Billboard en
Concierto, the invitation-only live concert series in  Chicago  (4/7),  Miami 
(4/9) and  New York  (4/10) in anticipation of his upcoming performance at the
awards show.
* With his signature fusion of rhythmic  Caribbean  sounds, from merengue,
bachata, bolero and Afro-influenced percussions,  Juan Luis Guerra  is a
favorite performer throughout  Latin America. The Dominican singer/songwriter
and leader of the famous group 440, is currently touring his latest production
"A Son de Guerra." Guerra, a current finalist, has sold over 20 million records,
and won numerous awards.

These musical acts join an already impressive list of previously announced
performers at the upcoming 2013 Billboard Latin Music Awards that include:  Don
Omar,  La Arrolladora Banda el  Limon de Rene Camacho,  Gerardo Ortiz,  Michel
Telo, and  Carlos Vives.

SOURCE  Telemundo


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