MIAMI, Dec. 8, 2015 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — “Que Suenen Los Tambores” continues to triumph as one of the biggest Latin albums of 2015, with the announcement of nominations this morning from The Recording Academy for the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards. Victor Manuelle along with Ricky Martin are the only two Puerto Rican artists nominated this year for the GRAMMY Awards which are set to take place February 15, 2016 in Los Angeles. Que Suenen Los Tambores is nominated for Best Tropical Latin Album.
This nomination solidifies the album as one of the most successful of the year along with his U.S. tour of the same title, which visited 18 U.S. cities this past fall and will continue next year throughout Latin America. Victor Manuelle is currently preparing to depart for Colombia where he has scheduled performances in El Choco and will be closing the Feria de Cali along with Daddy Yankee and Juan Luis Guerra.
About Victor Manuelle:
VICTOR MANUELLE has sold more than six million records worldwide, two million of them in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. He’s had four RIAA-certified multiplatinum albums, six platinum, and six gold. He’s had an incredible 46 charting singles on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart, and 26 #1 Tropical Airplay singles, most recently 2015’s “No Queria Enganarte.” He’s notched eleven #1 Tropical albums and one #1 Latin Pop album (2009’s Muy Personal). Awards include four Billboard Latin Music Awards, four Premios Lo Nuestro, the Premio del Diario La Prensa, the ASCAP Golden Note Award, a Proclamation from the City of New York, and many others.
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