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Mon Laferte

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Tu Falta De Querer Mon Laferte 04:38
Mi Buen Amor Mon Laferte, Bunbury 03:46
Si Tú Me Quisieras Mon Laferte 03:22
Amárrame Mon Laferte, Juanes 03:26
Amor Completo Mon Laferte 04:01
Pa’ Dónde Se Fue Mon Laferte 04:08
Hoy No Daniel, Me Estás Matando, Mon Laferte 04:02
Antes De Ti Mon Laferte 04:02
Que Nadie Sepa Mi Sufrir La Sonora Dinamita, Mon Laferte 04:16
Flaco Mon Laferte 04:20

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Obra de Dios

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2/15/24

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Mon Laferte and Ximena Sariñana at Sf Masonic Auditorium (May 24, 2024)
San Francisco, CA, US

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Mon Laferte is the stage name of Chilean singer-songwriter Norma Monserrat Bustamante Laferte, born on May 2, 1983, in Viña del Mar. She began singing and playing the guitar as a child, won a regional talent contest, and studied at the local musical conservatory, but later chose to cut her teeth by playing at local bars and venues. She performed and made recordings under the name Monserrat Bustamante until she was diagnosed with thyroid cancer in 2009. Following successful treatment, she moved to Mexico City and had a stint with a female metal band called Mystica Girls before going solo. She was a judge and mentor on the Chilean TV talent show Factor X and in 2013 she released an album titled Tomasol. Her 2016 release Mon Laferte Vol. 1 topped the chart in Chile and reached number 4 in Mexico . It was nominated as Best Alternative Music Album in the Latin Grammy Awards and she was nominated as Best New Artist. La Trenza (2017) topped the charts in Chile and Mexico, reached number 4 on Billboard's Latin Pop Albums and Heatseekers Albums charts, and went to number 12 on the Top Latin Albums chart. It was nominated as Album of the Year and Alternative Music Album in the Latin Grammy Awards and the track "Amárrame" with Colombian rock vocalist Juanes won the award for Best Alternative Song. It also had nominations as Song of the Year and Record of the Year. Her sixth studio album Norma (2018) reached number 3 in Mexico and number 9 on Billboard's Latin Pop Albums chart, number 12 on the Heatseekers Albums chart, and number 24 on the Top Latin Albums chart. The LP earned Mon Laferte her second Latin Grammy win after being named Best Alternative Music Album. She co-hosted the MTV Millenial Awards in Mexico City in 2018 and her single "Antes De Ti" was nominated as Song of the Year in the Latin Grammy Awards. She also featured on Gwen Stefani's "Feliz Navidad," which peaked at number 34 on Billboard's Holiday Digital Song Sales chart. A Regional Mexican-inspired album titled Seis came out in 2021, winning a Latin Grammy award for Best Singer-Songwriter Album. This success was followed by the self-produced 1940 Carmen, written during her pregnancy, in 2021 and Autopoiética in 2023.