Mon Laferte receives a Grammy® nomination for the 64th Annual Grammy Awards
Best Regional Mexican Music Album with "Seis"
The awards ceremony will be held in Los Angeles on Jan. 31ST.
Last week the Chilean songstress won the Latin GRAMMY® for Best Singer- Songwriter Album with "SEIS" and gave a stunning performance at the 2021 Award Ceremony, joined by Gloria Trevi and La Arrolladora Banda Limón de René Camacho
Recently profiled by the New York Times, Mon Laferte has announced a third date in Mexico at the Metropolitan Theater for December 9th, following two Sold Out dates (December 7th & 8th).
“Mon Laferte infuses vintage styles with up-to-date sentiments and fierce attitude." - Jon Pareles, The New York Times
"Her album, Seis, is her most intimate and courageous yet; tackling complex topics such as misogyny, repression, and injustice, inspired by her lived experiences." - BBC Music
"She can transcend genre, transcend culture, and explore a lot of different styles” - NPR Music
"Vulnerable and commanding” - Billboard
Inspired by a documentary about renowned singer Chavela Vargas, Mon Laferte's intensely personal album SEIS hints at a new phase for the chilean artist. Born during the global pandemic and heavy isolation, SEIS includes carefully crafted lyrics, brought forth from self-reflection, allowing Mon to explore her deepest feelings, leaving nothing but vulnerability at this rare time. The album is cemented by the powerful single “Que Se Sepa Nuestro Amor,” a duet with Alejandro Fernandez. Rolling Stone called it “theatrical,” adding, “Fernández and Laferte exchange operatic verses befit for a bodice-ripping romance novel.”
Mon Laferte is currently promoting her new album: "1940 Carmen", as well as the single "Algo es Mejor". In addition, the singer is ready to return to the Mexican stages, after a successful 27 date tour in the United States where she sold out different venues. On December 7, 8 and 9 she will play at the Teatro Metropólitan. The first and second dates are already sold out.