New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
Billboard is proud to announce today that singer-songwriter Ozuna
will participate as a special guest in a Q&A during this year's Billboard Latin Music
Week. The young artist will join an exclusive, in-depth conversation for the "Superstar Q&A" session on Tuesday, April 23. Billboard's Latin Music
Week will take place at The Venetian in Las Vegas
is the single most successful Latin artist on the market today. His 2018 album, Aura debuted with the largest streaming week ever for a Latin release on the Billboard charts and ended the year as the No. 1 Latin album on the charts. It was followed by Odisea, his 2017 release which spent a record-breaking 32 consecutive weeks at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart in 2017 and 2018.
is a finalist for 23 Billboard Latin Music
Awards in 15 categories including Artist of the year, a record in the history of the awards. Last September, Ozuna
broke his own record for the most concurrently charting titles on the Hot Latin Songs chart, with a whopping 20 tracks. He previously set the record with 13 simultaneous songs on the list in 2017. He also holds the record as the artist with most videos in any language, with over one billion views as a lead artist, featured artist or collaborator, with seven videos reaching the milestone.
"Ozuna has redefined reggaetón and trap music. His collaborations with Cardi B
Gomez, among others, have taken the genre to places it was never before. We have followed his career from the onset and are proud to welcome him to Latin Music
Week," said Leila Cobo, Billboard's Vice President and Latin Industry
Returning for its 29th year, Latin Music
Week features Q&A sessions and panels, including its signature "Star Q&As" as well as panels focusing on streaming, videos, both mainstream and Latin collaborations and more. The leading Latin music industry event will include the return of the standout Women's Panel, which became a catalyst for change in the Latin industry in 2018, as well as a panels on streaming, new business models and BMI's fabled "How I Wrote That Song" panel.