Ozuna received many gold, platinum and diamond certifications in Mexico

Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Ozuna has officially received numerous gold, platinum, and diamond certifications in Mexico for the sale and reproduction of his records.

According to a statement released this Sunday by his representative, Juan Carlos Ozuna Rosado, the first name of an urban music artist, received recognition within the framework of the Flow Fest festival, where he performed in front of more than 100,000 people.

Sony Music officially gave him several certifications for the success he achieved in Mexico with his albums Nibiru (2019) and Enoc (2020).

This production received gold, which translates to over 70,000 sales, while their ten songs went from platinum (140,000) to diamonds (700,000).

“Baila, baila, baila” achieved, for example, triple platinum; “Caramelo”, diamond plus double platinum plus gold; and “Una Locura”, a song by Ozuna with J Balvin, went quadruple platinum.

Since her musical inception in 2015, Ozuna has been recognized among the most influential figures by Time magazine, and has received, among other awards, two Latin Grammys for “Yo x ti, tú x mí”, along with Rosalía (2020).

He is also the Latin urban artist with the most views on YouTube (18.9 billion as of last August), which is why he has four Guinness records.

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