Luis Miguel Gallego Basteri is a Puerto Rican-born Mexican singer and icon in Latin America referred to as El Sol de México. He is regarded by many as the most successful artist in Latin American history, having performed in a wide range of musical styles, including pop, boleros, jazz, big band and mariachi. Luis Miguel is recognized as the only Latin singer of his generation to not crossover to the anglo market during the "Latin Explosion" in the 1990s. Despite singing only in Spanish, he continued to be the best selling Latin artist in the 1990s, was credited for popularizing the bolero genre into the mainstream market. To date, he has sold over 100 million records worldwide. Latin pop music, along with his personal life and showmanship on stage, has made Luis Miguel popular for nearly his entire career, which started in Mexico in 1982. Having won his first Grammy Award at the age of fourteen for his duet "Me Gustas Tal Como Eres" with Sheena Easton, he is the youngest male artist in music history to have received this accolade.
In 1991, the RIAA recognized the high sales for his 1991 album Romance, itself being the third best-selling music album in Mexico, one of the best-selling Spanish language albums of all time. He was the first Latin artist to have been awarded two Platinum certified Spanish-language albums in the United States with ‘‘Romance’’ and ‘‘Segundo Romance’’ the latter earning him 35 platinum records throughout Central and South America, he is recognized by Billboard, as the artist with the most top 10 hits on the Billboard's Hot Latin Songs chart. His album Complices was released in 2008 and peaked at No.10 on the Billboard 200. His most recent album ¡México Por Siempre! was released in 2017, it earned him his second No. 1 on the Billboard Regional Mexican Albums and achieved double platinum status. Luis Miguel is known for his high-grossing live performances, he is the first-highest grossing Latin touring artist since Boxscore began tracking touring data in 1990, with a towering total of $278.5 million.
With the Luis Miguel Tour, which took place in 2010, he visited 22 countries in North America, South America and Europe, where he performed in a three-year span with a total of 223 shows all over the world, making it the longest and highest-grossing tour made by a Latin artist. He holds the record for the most consecutive presentations in the Auditorio Nacional with a total of 30 consecutive concerts as well as the record for the most presentations in the same venue with a total of 258 concerts. During his child years, his father, his manager, encouraged him to watch and analyze nearly every movie and concert performance of Elvis Presley. In 1982, Luis Miguel released his first album, Un Sol, by the Mexican branch of EMI Records, which won him his first gold disc at the age of 11. Two years he started touring Latin American countries including Colombia, Venezuela and Argentina, he scored a major hit with his single, "1+1=Dos Enamorados". In 1984, Luis Miguel turned into Spanish rock-pop style, with the international release of his fourth studio album Palabra de Honor produced by the Spanish Hispavox director Honorio Herrero.
In 1985, at age of 15, he took part at the Sanremo Music Festival, where he won the second place award with his song "Noi Ragazzi Di Oggi". That same year, he was presented with the "Antorcha de Plata" Award in the Viña del Mar Music Festival for his duet single "Me Gustas Tal Como Eres" with Scottish singer Sheena Easton. In 1983, he co-starred in the film Ya Nunca Más and in 1985, Fiebre de Amor with singer Lucero as his co-star. In 1986, Luis Miguel gave his career a brief break, as his relationship with his father was souring due to alleged mismanagement, poor financial decisions and risking the earnings of his career. Shortly after signing with Warner Records, in 1987, he fired his father and started to work with Juan Carlos Calderón. Luis Miguel's album Soy Como Quiero Ser in May 1987 sold well over 2.5 million records. The album featured covering hits such as "Cuando Calienta El Sol", "Ahora Te Puedes Marchar", "Yo Que No Vivo Sin Ti". On 25 November 1988, Luis Miguel's second album Busca Una Mujer was released.
The first single La Incondicional became a top-ten hit throughout Latin America in the first half of 1989, thanks in part to the music video it spent over seven months on the top ten of many Latin American charts. The video was shocking to many fans; this cemented his transition from a child star into an adult superstar. By the end of 1989, the second single Fría Como el Viento reached No. 1 on the Hot Latin Tracks. He had a top-ten single Separados in early 1990, peaking at #8. In 1990, he made a successful transition from a child singer to an adult showman with the album 20 Años and an ensuing string of sold-out shows first in Mexico throughout Latin America and elsewhere in the world. 20 Años which sold 600,000 copies in its first week of release, resulted in release of three singles "Tengo Todo Excepto A Ti", "Entrégate", "Amante Del Amor" with the two former hitting number 1 on Billboard's Hot Latin Tracks in 1990. In 1991, Luis Miguel's career went to greater heights and earned him the respect of a wider audience with the release of Romance, an album of romantic boleros, most of them from the 1950s.
He has been credited with reinventing the bolero for modern audiences. The album Romance, which became his most successful material eventually sold 7 million units worldwide. In 1993, Luis Miguel's fifth studio album, was released, which won him that year's Gra
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