Santo Domingo, Jun 15 (EFE) .- The Association of Art Chroniclers (Acroarte) of the Dominican Republic will award the Special Solidarity Award to the urban singer Ozuna during the 36th edition of the Soberano Awards 2021 that are delivered at the gala held this Tuesday.
A native of Puerto Rico and with Dominican roots, the urban music star has carried out different social actions throughout his career, many of these anonymously, focused mainly on promoting the well-being of children and young people, reported his representative office. it’s a statement.
On several occasions, the artist has shown his commitment to causes and charities dedicated to providing better opportunities and quality of life to children and young people with limited resources, with disabilities or illnesses that require special care, among other initiatives.
Likewise, it has shown its support for the Dominican people on a constant basis, and has made financial contributions to help combat the spread of the covid-19 pandemic in the country, in addition to providing specific assistance to low-income youth and adults with special needs. .
In Puerto Rico, it has also contributed financially to non-profit entities, such as the San Jorge Children’s Hospital Foundation, SER de Puerto Rico, and the Puerto Rico Autism Alliance, among other aids and contributions to the communities of that island.
The singer-songwriter is one of the most listened to Latin artists in the world and since his musical beginnings in 2015, he has received numerous awards and recognitions, including the Contemporary Latin Music Composer of the Year award (2019, 2021) and Latin Song Contemporary of the Year (2020) “Taki Taki” by BMI, and two Latin Grammys awards, with the theme “Yo x ti, tú x mi, along with Rosalía (2020).
He recently received the special Extraordinary Evolution award at the 2021 Latin American Music Awards, holds four official Guinness World Records titles that validate his musical achievements, and has been recognized as one of the most influential figures in the world by Time magazine.
The Soberano Awards are the main award of Dominican culture and this year’s gala will feature the presentation of singer-songwriter Juan Luis Guerra, who will celebrate 30 years of his album “Bachata Rosa”.