Updated 08:13 PM EDT, Fri, Jun 18, 2021

Prince Royce To Perform In Miami's Grand Slam Party Latino

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Prince Royce, the American song-writer with Dominican roots is going to perform at the Grand Slam Party Latino on Dec. 5 at Marlins Park in Miami. The singer had most recently appeared opposite Jennifer Lopez at iHeartRadio's Fiesta Latina.

In a report with Fox News Latino, "The Back It Up" singer will join an impressive lineup of Latino music stars including the likes of Ricky Martin, Paulina Rubio, Carlos Vives and Alejandro Sanz. Royce, who was most recently nominated for a Latin Grammy was the most recent artist to accept an invitation to perform at the concert.

Other musical acts include Fifth Harmony, Yandel, Charlie Zaa, OMI, Maluma, Jencarlos Canela, Ivy Queen, Farruko, Tito el Bambino, Tego Calderon, Elvis Crespo, Willie Colon, Domingo Quinonez, Willy Chirino, Jerry Rivera, La India, Wilfrido Vargas and Alex Sensation.

"The success story of Prince Royce resembles that of millions of Latinos in the United States who, with hard work and perseverance, are achieving the American dream," said event producer Lucas Pina.

Royce had most recently fired up the stage at the recent iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina with Jennifer Lopez. The 26-year old singer performed "Back It Up" shirtless, while Lopez was dressed in a dazzling number, a report with Billboard says. The singer thanked Lopez for joining him on the stage on his Twitter account.

Billboard also reports that Royce will be dropping a new Bachata song, "Culpa al Corazon" (Blame the Heart) on Nov. 13.

"I know that my fans are waiting for a new bachata song," said Royce during the iHeartRadio performance. And deliver he did.

"Grand Slam Latino" is the newest show produced by SBS Entertainment. Other SBS shows have included Megaton which is to be held at Madison Square Garden and urban show Calibash in Los Angeles

The singer has an impressive resume under his belt. To his credit, Royce has won awards with his unique blend of bachata and Latino pop, and has topped the Billboard Latin charts 10 times. The Latin singer has won 20 Billboard Latin Music Awards, 16 Lo Nuestro awards, 19 Premio Juventud awards and has received eight nominations for Latin Grammys.

"This will be the most impressive concert produced in Miami, the capital of Latin America," said Pina of the music event.

Tickets are now available on Tickets.com. Prices range from $39 to $155 for VIP seats. Customers could also purchase VIP black seats for $325.

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