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The Panamanian singer-songwriter Erika Ender returns to her homeland to offer a concert celebrating her 25-year career. On April 3 she will be at the Anayansi Theater. “This is where it all began. I want to be with you, sing with you, and enjoy my story as a singer-songwriter and as a composer of other colleagues. We are going to have special guests. We are going to make a unique and special trip through these 25 years of career where Panama has been with me every step of the way,” said Ender about her upcoming concert in Panama.
Cuando a cada paso del camino, tu tarea no es solo cumplir tu sueño, sino representar dignamente a los tuyos; no hay mayor satisfacción que poder celebrar algo tan importante con ellos... Nada como cantarle a mi gente, desde donde todo comenzó... Los espero en este concierto tan especial para mí, el próximo 7 de marzo. Teatro Anayansi. Boletos en @panatickets Te amo, Panamá. Nos vemos pronto. 🇵🇦❤️
During her career she has stood out as a composer, singer, actress and presenter. Her lyrics have traveled the world in the voice of great musical performers such as: Gloria Trevi, Chayanne, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Elvis Crespo, Victor Manuel, Luis Enrique, Jaci Velasquez, Daddy Yankee, Luis Fonsi, among others.
Ender is the youngest composer to enter the Hall of Fame of Latin composers. She co-wrote the hit “Despacito” which became the first global hit of Latin origin. It was recognized by the Latin Recording Academy at the “Leading Ladies of Entertainment” ceremony. The hit “Despacito” had four awards during the 2017 edition of the Latin Grammys, but in 2016 she had already won the prize with the song “Ataud” performed by “Los Tigres del Norte”.
The recent nomination of “Despacito” to the 2018 Grammy as Song of the Year made her the first Hispanic person to compete for that category.