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Singer-songwriter, musical visionary and proud recipient of Latin Grammy and Juno Awards, Alex Cuba is one of the 21st century’s most respected Latin artists. Blending pop, rock, and soul with Latin rhythms and a uniquely melodic touch, Cuba has captured the imaginations of music fans across the globe and worked with a varied cast of pop luminaries, including Nelly Furtado, Ron Sexsmith, and Jason Mraz.
Born in Cuba, Alex Cuba was the son of a gifted guitarist and music teacher – he started playing at just six years old, drawing from a variety of influences to steadily develop a style that’s entirely his own. After a move to Canada, he released his debut album as a solo artist in 2004, Humo de Tobaco, earned him a Juno Award for World Music Album of the Year, an achievement which Cuba doubled in 2008 when he was given the award a second time in recognition of his sophomore record, Agua Del Pozo.
The years that followed saw Cuba become a household name across the globe, after releasing his first English-language track, “If You Give Me Love,” in 2009. A truly international crossover success, he was recognized as Best New Artist at the 2010 Latin Grammy Awards, while earning a nomination for Best Latin Pop Album at the US Grammy Awards and taking home a BMI Latin Award for his contribution to Nelly Furtado’s No 1 hit single “Manos Al Aire.” Since then, he’s taken home several more Grammy Awards and released three more studio albums: his 2017 Grammy nominated album, Lo Único Constante, was an international success. His latest, Sublime,will be released September 20th.