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Manuel Turizo

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Latin pop firework Manuel Turizo scored a breakthrough hit with 2016 single "Una Lady Como Tú", which lit up his star in Latin America, made huge waves online, and won a Colombian Kids' Choice Award for Favorite Song in 2017. Born Manuel Turizo Zapata on April 12, 2000 in the Colombian coastal town of Montería, Turizo – who comes from a musical family – began making music at age thirteen. Lending his focus to reggaeton, he has also experimented with R&B, trap, urbano and the Colombian folk style of vallenato. In 2017, he assisted Puerto Rican reggaeton singer Valentino on "Bésame" and by the following September had notched up his first Billboard Hot 100-charting hit for his collaborative single with Ozuna, "Vaina Loca". Dripping with reggaeton and romance, his debut album, ADN, arrived in August 2019 and featured collaborations with Zion & Lennox, Norie Ozuna, Darell, Nicky JamSech, and Anuel AAReaching Number Four in Mexico and hitting Billboard's Top Ten Latin Albums chart, ADN confirmed Turizo's place as one of Colombia's popular new homegrown artists. For his follow-up album of 2021, Dopamina, the multi-instrumentalist amped up the star power with a feature from on poker-hot roller "Caliente", while flexing his creative muscles across a more diverse palette that included the guitar-pop of closing track "Antes Que Te Vayas".