Luis Miguel Net Worth

Luis Miguel is an Mexican Singer. Luis Miguel Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $180 Million. Explore more about Luis Miguel‘s earning, income, salary, career and other details. His

Luis Miguel Full name Luis Miguel Gallego Basteri. His nick Name was Luis Miguel. Luis Miguel now 52 Years old .

Luis Miguel Father Luis Gallego Sanchez and his mother Marcela Basteri.

Luis Miguel Spouse  was  N/A . He has three kids.

He was born in 19 April 1970  in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Luis Miguel complete his graduation. Here are the best highlights of Luis Miguel’s Career

Miguel release his first album, “Un Sol”, in 1982, through the Mexican branch of EMI Records. The album was a huge success, and he won his first gold disc when he was just eleven years old thanks to it. In rapid succession, Miguel released several albums one after another: “Directo al Corazon” (1982), “Ya Nunca Mas” (1983), “Decidete” (1983), “Palabra de Honor” (1984), and “Fiebre De Amor” (1985). Furthermore, in 1984 he teamed up with singer Sheena Easton on the duet “Me Gustas Tal Como Eres” (I Like You Just The Way You Are). The pair won the Grammy Award for Best Mexican American Performance that year. Miguel was just fourteen years old when he won the award, making him the youngest male artist in the history of the award to receive such an accolade. As tensions with his father (who was his manager at the time) over alleged mismanagement, withholding of earnings, and poor financial decisions came to a head, Miguel took a brief hiatus from music in 1986.

He returned in 1987 with a new manager and a new album, “Soy Como Quiero Ser”. The album performed incredibly well, selling over 2.5 million records. His next album, “Busca Una Mujer” (1988), featured the single “La Incondicional”. The single was a huge top-ten hit throughout Latin America. His album “20 Años” (1990) marked his transition from child star to adult artist, and it was followed by an extensive sold-out tour of Latin America. His 1991 album “Romance”, which features a selection of romantic boleros, many from the 1950s, is credited with reintroducing the bolero to modern audiences. It is one of his best-performing albums ever, selling 7 million units worldwide. His next Grammy win came in 1993, for his album “Aries” (1993). It won the Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album. That same year, Frank Sinatra personally invited Miguel to sing with him on his “Duets II” album, as well as join Sinatra and artists like Stevie Wonder and Natalie Cole in a special televised special. His next album, “Segundo Romance” (1994), another bolero album, won him another Grammy Award. It also earned over 30 platinum records throughout South and Central America. Miguel’s other albums include “Nasa Es Igual” (1996), “Romances” (1997), “Amarte Es Un Placer” (1999), “Mis Romances” (2001), “33” (2003), “Mexico En La Piel” (2004), “Navidades” (2006), “Complices” (2008), “Luis Miguel” (2010), “Mexico Por Siempre” (2017).