Latin pop boy band CNCO formed on season one of La Banda, the Spanish-language reality singing competition program created by Simon Cowell of American Idol and Latin American idol Ricky Martin. The five members went through several competition rounds with other singers before coming together at the finale with one another. The name was given to the band that night in reference to "cinco," the Spanish word for five. A Billboard music critic compared CNCO to successful Latino groups like Salserín, Uff!, Menudo and Magneto in spearheading a new era of boy bands. The group opened for Ricky Martin on his 2016 One World Tour, Ariana Grande on her 2017 Dangerous Woman Tour and Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull on their shared 2017 tour.
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A young band by any measure, CNCO nonetheless has already won a bevy of awards, including six of seven 2016 Premios Juventud Awards, among them Voz del Momento, Mi Artista Pop Rock, the Producers Choice Award and Mi Tuitero Favorito. CNCO also won all three 2016 Latin American Music Awards for which it was nominated, those being Favorite Pop/Rock New Artist, Duo or Group and Xfinity New Artist of the Year. In 2017, the group won all three of the Premios Lo Nuestro Awards for which it was nominated, those being Pop/Rock Song, Album and Group or Duo of the Year. It also won three out of four Billboard Latin Music Awards for which it was nominated, including Artist of the Year Debut and both Latin Pop Songs and Albums Artist of the Year. The group won the iHeartRadio Music Awards in 2017 for Best New Latin Artist and 2018 for Best Remix. In 2019, CNCO won all three of the Billboard Latin Music Awards for which it was nominated, those being Latin Pop Artist of the Year, Duo or Group, Latin Pop Album of the Year and Latin Rhythm Artist of the Year, Duo or Group. CNCO has also won or been nominated for BreakTudo Awards, Tudo Information Awards, The Pop Hub Awards, Premios Tu Mundo, Teen Choice Awards, People's Choice Awards, Latin Grammy Awards and Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards in several countries. CNCO has headlined its own tours, the Más Allá Tour in 2017 and the CNCO World Tour from 2018 to 2019.
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Who are the members of CNCO?
In the CNCO lineup are Christopher Vélez, Richard Camacho, Zabdiel De Jesús, Joel Pimentel and Erick Brian Colón.
What songs might I hear in a CNCO setlist?
At any CNCO concert, you're bound to hear its three biggest hit singles "Mamita," "Hey DJ" and "Reggaetón Lento (Bailemos)," as well as other popular singles like "Súbeme la Radio" "Tan Fácil," "Quisiera," "Para Enamorarte," "Sólo Yo," "Se Vuelve Loca," "Díganle," "Llegaste Tú," "Pretend," "De Cero" and "Todo cambió."
Where can I see a CNCO show?
You can catch CNCO in concert at venues like Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn., Verizon Center in Washington, DC, and Infinite Energy Center in Duluth, Calif. The group also plays festivals like The iHeartRadio Music Festival on the Las Vegas Festival Grounds and the Kiss Concert at Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Mass.
Who have CNCO performed with?
Sharing the mic with CNCO on its own songs include artists like Yandel, Little Mix, Becky G, Prince Royal, Meghan Trainor and Sean Paul. CNCO has also performed as a featured guest on tracks by other artists like Ana Mena, Rio Roma, Riki, Ozuna and Pinto.
What artists are similar to CNCO?
You have to check out CNCO live if you're already a fan of similar groups and artists like Sebastian Yatra, Piso 21, Nacho, Leslie Grace, Wisin, Joey Montana, Maluma, Abraham Mateo, Nicky Jam and Karol G.Back to Top