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Our iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina 2022 returns on Saturday, October 15th at FTX Arena in Miami, FL!

 

16 Things You Need To Know About Our 2021 iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina Lineup

Photo: Getty Images/Rachel Kaplan/Getty Images

iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina is returning October 16th with a star-studded lineup for its eighth annual show at Amway Center in Orlando, Florida.

Wisin & Yandel, Prince Royce, Luis Fonsi, Natti Natasha, Zion & Lennox, Lunay, Mariah Angeliq and J Balvin will be performing, and it's all hosted by President and Chief Creative Officer of iHeartLatino and on-air talent for iHeartRadio Enrique Santos.

Luis Fonsi will also be honored with this year's iHeartRadio Corazón Latino Award Presented by Ally, which honors an individual who exemplifies their big heart through their selfless work enhancing the lives, heritage and future of the Latin community.

Before the big show, brush up on some facts about the artists on the lineup!

 Wisin & Yandel 

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Before they became a reggaeton duo, Wisin was studying theater/acting, while Yandel worked as a barber. Photo: Getty Images

Wisin y Yandel In Concert - New York City

After their hiatus, the duo's first reunion show was held to honor their Puerto Rican heritage. The concert took place during the Puerto Rican Day Parade weekend in New York City. Photo: Getty Images

Prince Royce 

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He is a gamer! Royce always makes sure he has video games on deck while he’s on tour. "Call of Duty and Destiny are my top two. I even have a man cave where I just surround myself with my laptop, Xbox, and other gaming systems. If I wasn't a singer, I'd want to be a video game tester — one of those dudes who just plays for 12-14 hours straight and only takes food and bathroom breaks,” he explained to ‘Popsugar’ Photo: Getty Images

He imitated Wisin & Yandel in his first ever TV appearance on ‘Sábado Gigante’. “I was, like, 16. It’s crazy how I went from imitating them on ‘Sábado Gigante’ to recording with them and being friends with them, doing a music video with them. It’s a very powerful message for the fans that anything really is possible.” Photo: Brian Friedman for iHeartRadio

Luis Fonsi

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"Despacito" was his biggest hit, gaining him four Latin Grammy Awards and three Grammy nominations as a result of the song's success. In 2018, Luis Fonsi had broken six Guinness World Records and sold more than 11 million copies of "Despacito" Photo: Getty Images

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He was instrumental in helping Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic recover from Hurricane Maria in 2017. In recognition of his contributions, he was awarded The Global Gift Philanthropy Award. Photo: Getty Images

Natti Natasha

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The artist began writing and recording her own songs at the age of 18 and founded the musical group "D'Style" with her friends. Her career took a brief hiatus when the group split. Photo: Getty Images

Since the start of her career, Natti has admired and been inspired by reggaeton legend, Ivy Queen. Ivy took note of this and tweeted the star to thank her for the kind words.

Zion & Lennox

Before getting into music, Zion was a concert promoter and Lennox worked as a ramp agent in an airport. Photo: Charles Reagan for iHeartRadio

Both have relatives who are prominent figures of reggaeton music. Zion is the first cousin of chorus singer Jory Boy, while Lennox is the brother of Luis Pizarro, better known as Mackie Ranks, of the former reggaeton duo Yaga y Mackie. Photo: Todd Owyoung for iHeartRadio

Lunay

Lunay is his stage name. The reggaeton star was born Jefnier Osorio Moreno. Photo: Melody Timothee for iHeartRadio

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It’s amazing how much influence social media has! Lunay and Anitta's duet, "Todo o Nada," came about after the two performers reached out to each other and became fast friends on Instagram. Photo: Getty Images

Mariah Angeliq

Latin American Music Awards - Season 2021

She was named after Mariah Carey and Aaliyah. Photo: NBCUniversal

Latin American Music Awards - Season 2021

Mariah's first No. 1 on the Latin airplay charts, "El Makinon," made her only the third female duo to hold the position since the chart's establishment in 1994. Photo: Getty Images

J Balvin

Once in Colombia, someone attempted to rob Balvin. When the robber realized it was J Balvin, he put his weapon away and asked for a photo. Photo: Rachel Kaplan

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We have Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s daughter, Blue Ivy, to thank for the “Mi Gente” remix. As soon as J Balvin learned of Blue Ivy's obsession with the song, he jokingly recommended Beyoncé for the remix and days later, Balvin received a call saying Bey was willing to jump on the track! Photo: Getty Images


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