Ozuna Receives Four Guinness World Records Titles

Juan Carlos Ozuna Rosado, also known as Ozuna, has received four Guinness World Records 2020 titles, Billboard has learned. “More and more Latinos, especially Puerto Ricans are headlining the lists of world records,” says Ralph Hannah, Official Adjudicator of Guinness World Records in a press statement. “The passion and enthusiasm that characterizes these stars have seen them reach the top of our rankings.”   

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Ozuna Talks Extortion Plot, Admits He Doesn’t Know What ‘Taki Taki’ Means at Billboard Latin Music Week

Puerto Rican reggaeton star Ozuna told a captive audience at Billboard’s Latin Music Week that his fans deserved an apology after it was revealed that the musician paid someone off to keep an explicit video of himself from being released.

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CNCO, Rosalía, Ozuna, And More Ruled The 2019 Billboard Latin Music Awards

The most successful Latin artists on the charts this past year were celebrated at the Billboard Latin Music Awards on Thursday night (April 25) in Las Vegas. Reflecting the direction of Latin music at the moment, reggaeton music ruled the three-hour telecast, with Puerto Rican singer Ozuna as the king of the movement. In 2019, he made Billboard Latin Music Awards history as the most-nominated act in a single year with 23 nominations in 15 categories. Even though he didn’t completely sweep, his 11 wins still made him the most-awarded artist of the night and broke a record for the most wins for an artist ever.

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Ozuna Talks ‘Elevating Latinos’ and Paving the Way for Other Latinx Artists

Ozuna is definitely having his moment!

The Puerto Rican reggaetonero has become one of music’s biggest global stars and has barely scratched the surface of his success. With hits like “Taki Taki,” “Te Boté,” “Me Niego,” and “El Farsante,” Ozuna, 27, didn’t think he would find success until the first time someone recognized him while working at his grandmother’s store.

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Prosecutors Determine Ozuna & Manager Aren’t Persons of Interest in Kevin Fret’s Murder

Three months after Puerto Rican trap artist Kevin Fret was murdered in San Juan, Puerto Rico, investigators are still working to determine who was involved in his death. According to a new report from Billboard, Ozuna and his manager, Vicente Saavedra, have not been named as persons of interest. The announcement comes after Fret’s mother, Hilda Rodriguez, accused Ozuna and Saavedra of ordering the murder during an interview posted online on April 4.

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