Billboard Latin Music Awards three-time finalists Calibre 50 have renewed their contract with Universal Music Latin Entertainment’s label Disa, Billboard can exclusively announce.
Disa Records has been home of the quartet from Sinaloa, Mexico, since their 2010 debut album, Renovar o Morir.
On the Billboard charts, Calibre 50’s latest song “Siempre te voy a querer” peaked at No. 5 on Hot Latin Songs (chart dated March 4) and spent four weeks atop the Regional Mexican Songs Airplay tally. It marked the group’s eighth No. 1 on the latter list.
Recently, Calibre 50 performed at the Conan O’Brien TV special in Mexico City titled Conan Without Borders: Made In Mexico, the first regional Mexican group to perform at O’Brien’s show.
Calibre 50 is a finalist in the following Billboard Latin Music Awards categories: top Latin albums artist of the year, duo or group; regional Mexican albums artist of the year, duo or group; and regional Mexican songs artist of the year, duo or group. Calibre’s lead singer Edén Muñoz is up for songwriter of the year. The awards ceremony is taking place April 27 in Miami.
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