New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
Puerto Rican singer CHESCA is promoting a message of Change with "El Cambio," a Spanish language interpretation of "The Change" initially performed by superstar JoJo. "The Change" was written by Diane
Warren, whose hits include nine number-one songs and 32 top 10 songs on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Diane
Warren is one of the most continuously prolific, successful contemporary, and lauded songwriters of our time. This Grammy, Golden Globe, Emmy, and 11-time Oscar nominee's iconic songs have garnered countless awards across all platforms. She is revered in the music industry and is an inductee in the Songwriters Hall of Fame and has her own star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame. Warren's songs have sold over 250 million records worldwide, and her songs are featured in over 150 films.
"I love what CHESCA has done with 'The Change.' It's a powerful record. JoJo did a brilliant job in English, and now we have a fantastic Spanish version. Let 'The Change' begin everywhere!" says Diane
With less than one week left until the November 3 election, "El Cambio" has been officially chosen to be used in a Joe Biden and Kamala Harris 2020 campaign video for their promotional efforts to get out the vote. "El Cambio" makes its debut just in time to make it an anthem and beyond! It embodies the need for Change, using your voice and connecting us all. The video accompanied by the song empowers and inspires reform and getting out the vote!
CHESCA also recently released a hot new single, "Como Tu Me Querías," and performed her hit single "Te Quiero Baby (I Love You, Baby)" with Pitbull
at the 2020 Latin Billboard Music
CHESCA's performance with Pitbull
at the 2020 Latin Billboard Music
Awards was hailed a huge success. Telemundo rolled out the red carpet to welcome CHESCA and other great stars. "Te Quiero Baby" currently debuts at No. 40 on the Hot Latin Songs chart (dated October 31), which blends airplay, digital sales, and streaming data, peaks at No. 18 on the Latin Airplay chart (dated October 31), Peaks at No. 4 on the Latin Pop Airplay chart (dated October 31), and Peaks at No. 15 on the Latin Rhythm Airplay chart (dated October 31). In terms of app discoverability, "Te Quiero Baby (I Love You Baby)" is the # 1 track on this week's Shazam Discovery chart in the USA. On TikTok, the viral hit has 14k videos with the sound.
CHESCA'S audience continues to grow, currently sitting at 174K followers on Instagram, 158K followers/2.3M likes on TikTok, 81.5K subscribers on YouTube, 13.4K followers on Twitter, and 19.5K followers on Facebook.
CHESCA was born and raised in Puerto Rico and grew up around a very musically driven family. She released her first Spanish single, "Azucar" in October 2018 - an urban pop record with the combination of Reggaeton and Latin sounds produced by Grammy-winning producer Jimmy Joker and written by Grammy winners AJ Janussi, Bilal
The Chef, I AM Chino, and Jorge
Gomez. Along with her music video, this song made a mark in the industry generating over 4m views as an independent release. The song was placed on a scene for the movie "What Men Want" and made it to the Top 10 Radio
Airplay Charts in Puerto Rico. In 2020, Chesca was featured in the #1 Hit on Latin radio airplay "Subelo" (Further Up) with Static & Ben El and Pitbull. Her debut single, "Deja De Hablar," signed under Saban Music
Group (SMG), featured top Latin urban artist- Jon Z. In May 2020- Chesca dropped "Hijo De Uff," which features mega influencer and artist Sebas. Most recently, Chesca's "Te Quiero Baby (I Love You, Baby)" featuring Pitbull
and Frankie Valli
reached the milestone of 10 million views on YouTube one month after it premiered on the platform. The Spanish language version/interpolation of the iconic 1967 hit by Valli's "Can't Take My Eyes Off You
" has resonated with audiences everywhere, reaching #1 Most Added at Radio, just two weeks after its release and scoring Frankie Valli
his first appearance on Billboard's Hot Latin Songs charts arriving at No. 40 (dated October 31.)
Warren is one of the most continuously prolific, successful contemporary, and lauded songwriters of our time. This Grammy, Golden Globe, Emmy, and 11-time Oscar nominee's iconic songs have garnered countless awards across all platforms. She is revered in the music industry and is an inductee in the Songwriters Hall of Fame and her own star on The Hollywood Walk of Fame. Warren's songs have sold over 250 million records worldwide, and her songs are featured in over 150 films. Her most recent song, "Free," sung by Charlie Puth
from Disney +'s "The One And Only Ivan," is already an Oscar frontrunner. Her 2020 nominated song was "I'm Standing With You," sung by Chrissy Metz from the film "Breakthrough," which became an anthem worldwide, as have her last three Oscar-nominated songs. Her "I'll Fight," sung by Jennifer Hudson
at the 2019 Oscars for the CNN documentary RBG, followed the film "Marshall's Stand Up For Something" with Warren's music & lyrics. Before that was "Til It Happens To You," sung by Lady Gaga
at the 2017 Oscars for the Hunting Ground documentary. That song jump-started the #MeToo movement. Diane
penned the Beyonce
hit, "I Was Here," which Beyoncé performed at the United Nations. Many of Warren's songs that are entrenched in pop culture include; "Rhythm Of The Night," "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now," "How Do I Live," "Unbreak My Heart," "Because You Loved Me," "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing," "If I Could Turn Back Time" and numerous others. Warren wrote the song, "This Is For My Girls," released in 2016 for First Lady Michelle Obama's "Let Girls Learn" initiative. Kelly
& Halle, Missy Elliott, Jadagrace, Lea Michele, Janelle Monáe, Kelly
Rowland, and Zendaya
recorded the song. The song was performed by Michelle Obama and Missy Elliott
Corden's Carpool Karaoke segment, with over 61 million views to date. Diane
wrote the original song "You Will," performed by Jennifer Hudson
and Jennifer Nettles
as the theme song for Oprah Winfrey's "Own" network. She also wrote the current theme song for ABC's The View called "World's Gone Crazy," performed by Mary J. Blige. Warren doesn't stop; she continues to work with artists that include: Jojo, Post Malone, Cher, Justin Bieber, Christina
Aguilera, Snoop Dogg, Adele, Carrie Underwood, Jessie
J, Keyshia Cole, Demi Lovato, Jason Derulo, Big Sean, Daya, Emeli Sande, LeeAnn Rimes, Ella Mai, Elle King, Mariah Carey, Paloma Faith, Leona
Lewis, Weezer, Macy Gray, Lykke Li, Lizzo, Miguel, Chesca among many others. Diane
is a longtime committed animal rights activist. She's outspoken on numerous social justice causes as well. "The Change" is not only an anthem for the Biden/Harris campaign but is destined to become a forever classic, adding to the long unique list of her phenomenal classics.