Erika Ender breaks records and joins the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame

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MIAMI .- Panamanian singer and composer Erika Ender officially entered into the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame, according to an announcement by the organizers of the event in Miami (USA).

"I feel extremely honored by this recognition, which confirms my responsibility and commitment to art, which I seek to perform with passion and excellence," said the singer Panamanian singer in a statement after the official announcement.

The composer is the only woman in her category to receive the award and the youngest to be inducted into the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame

Ender is co-writer of the song “Despacito” that is interpreted by the Puerto Ricans Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee.

The composers will officially enter the Hall of Fame during the fifth annual ceremony of the 'Musa Awards' to be held on October 19 this year.

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