Who is the most streamed artist on Spotify Peso Pluma?

Time Of Info By TOI Desk Report   June 22, 2024   Update on : June 22, 2024

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Peso Pluma. Photo: Courtesy/Facebook

Hassan Emilio Kabande Laija, better known as Peso Pluma, is a 25-year-old Mexican musician who has gained fame on social media for his viral music.

One among them is called, “El Belicon”, which debuted on Billboard Hot Latin Songs and earned more than 10 million views on YouTube in February 2022.

There are few musicians as Peso Pluma who dabbles in multiple genres, and features Regional Mexican, Corridos Rap, Trap, Tumbados and Reggaeton in his songs.

Born on June 15, 1999 on the outskirts of Guadalajara, Mexico, the singer started writing his own lyrics as a teenager and learned to play the guitar from YouTube.

He spent his time as a teenager in New York and attended high school in San Antonio, Texas.

The Jalisco-born musician featured with the Mexican group Eslabon Armado and brought out “Ella Baila Sola”, the first-ever Mexican song to become a top-five number on the Billboard Hot 100.

It also became No. 1 on the Billboard Global 200, with over 24 million streams, according to NPR.

Peso Pluma also ranks No. 5 among the most-streamed artists in the history of Spotify, hitting the Top 50 Global chart five times with his collabs.

The musician performed on Jimmy Fallon’s “The Tonight Show,” when “Ella Baila Sola” became the No. 1 Latin song in the country last April.

Like a lot of Latin American children, Peso Pluma said he wanted to become famous and dreamed of being a soccer star. However, when it became clear to him that that was not going to help him, he turned to music.

Raised on hip-hop and reggaeton, he too wanted to become a rapper. However, he said, he quickly realized his raspy, nasal, and gravelly voice wasn’t suitable for that style of music.

Instead, he joined the new wave of Mexican Gen Zers who returned to the traditional country music of their parents and grandparents, with their own twist on norteñas, corridos and cumbia.


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