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Omar Montes

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LA SEVILLANA Omar Montes 03:40
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Prendio Rvfv, Omar Montes, Daviles de Novelda 03:11
Patio de la Cárcel Omar Montes, Farruko 03:22
Arena y Sal Omar Montes, Saiko, Tunvao 02:54
Alocao Omar Montes, Bad Gyal 03:29
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Omar Montes (June 22, 1988) is a Spanish singer and celebrity who rose to prominence thanks to numerous appearances on reality shows such as Gran Hermano VIP 6 and Supervivientes 2019. Born in the Madrid neighborhood of Carabanchel, Omar Montes first tried his luck as a professional boxer, eventually becoming the national welterweight boxing champion. In 2015, he decided to pursue a career in music and released his first single “Mentiras,” which enjoyed little to no success at the time. A few years later, he became a celebrity overnight after featuring on the sixth season of the reality show Gran Hermano VIP in 2018. His newfound fame helped Omar Montes relaunch his music career as he landed collaborative tracks with several artists like Alba Dreid, Moncho Chavea, and Daviles de Novelda. In 2019, he won the reality show Supervivientes 2019 and scored his first Number 1 hit “Alocao” featuring Bad Gyal. That same year, Omar Montes also dropped his studio debut, La Vida Mártir, entering the Spanish Top 10. Subsequently, he became the most-streamed Spanish artist of 2020 and spent the most part of 2021 releasing collaborative singles such as “Solo” with Ana Mena and Maffio, “Pa Tí” with Baby K, and “Beba Qué Quieres Que Haga” with JC el Diamante, which bowed at Number 30 on the Spanish charts.