Lunay Brings Out Ozuna, Plus More Highlights From His First Concert in Puerto Rico

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Lunay performs during his sold-out show in his home country of Puerto Rico on Jan. 6, 2020.

On Sunday, rising star Lunay performed, for the first time, in Puerto Rico. The sold-out show, produced by Buena Vibra Group and Noah Assad, took place at Vivo Beach Club entertainment center.

The 90-minute show included hits such as "Soltera,” "Aventura," "El Favor," "360," "Mi Favorita" and "La Cama," among other songs from his album debut, Epico. And it also included a surprise performance by Ozuna, who hit the stage for "Luz Apagá," "Aventura" and "Si Tu Marido No Te Quiere." Plus, Myke Towers, Eladio Carrión and Jhay Cortez accompanied the 19-year old singer during his debut.  

In only 17 months of his career, Jefnier Osorio (Lunay’s real name) has made an serious impact in the Latin music biz. Last year, on the Billboard charts, Lunay peaked No. 28 on Emerging Artists and scored a Billboard Hot 100 entry thanks to "Soltera" with Daddy Yankee and Bad Bunny and peaked at No. 73 on May 25.

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