21 Facts About Luis Miguel

1. Luis Miguel recorded his next album, Kaleidoscope Dream, with RCA and released it in October 2012.

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2. In 2007, Luis Miguel signed a new recording contract with Jive Records.

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3. In 2004, Luis Miguel was signed by the independent record label Black Ice.

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4. Luis Miguel was born in San Pedro, California, on October 23, 1985.

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5. Luis Miguel has celebrated the total number of 48 birthdays till date.

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6. At the age of fifteen, Luis Miguel received his first Grammy for his duet "Me Gustas Tal Como Eres" with Sheena Easton.

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7. Luis Miguel has won five Grammys and four Latin Grammys among other numerous awards.

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8. Luis Miguel attracted criticism for his refusal to appear at the Grammy Awards in 2001, which some industry observers attributed to arrogance.

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9. Luis Miguel made the transition into adulthood with the 1990 album 20 Anos, which reflected his age at the time of its release.

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10. Luis Miguel is known by his high-grossing tours and Chile, Uruguay, Venezuela, Brazil and Spain between 1999 and 2000.

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11. Luis Miguel is the only Latin artist to have two Spanish-language albums go platinum in the USA.

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12. Luis Miguel is known for being a hermetic and mysterious individual.

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13. Luis Miguel released his self-titled studio album on 14 September 2010.

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14. On 6 May 2008, Luis Miguel released Complices, produced by him and written by Spanish composer Manuel Alejandro.

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15. In 2005, Luis Miguel released Grandes exitos, his first greatest hits album, that featured his greatest songs he recorded during all his career, including two never-released singles: "Misterios Del Amor" and "Si Te Perdiera".

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16. In 2006, Luis Miguel performed thirty sold out shows between 18 January and 27 February at the National Auditorium in Mexico City.

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17. In 2003, Luis Miguel released his first pop album in over four years entitled 33, indicative of his age.

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18. In 1999, Luis Miguel released his ninth studio album Amarte Es Un Placer which, in 2000, earned him two Latin Grammys for being Best Album of the Year and Best Pop Album of the Year.

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19. In 1997, Luis Miguel released his third album of the bolero series Romances, which sold over 5 million copies.

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20. In 1984, Luis Miguel turned into Spanish rock-pop style, with the international release of his fourth studio album Palabra de Honor produced by the then Spanish Hispavox director Honorio Herrero.

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21. Luis Miguel is recognized as the only latin singer of his generation to not crossover to the anglo market during the "Latin Explosion" in the 90s.

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