Ozuna wins four Guinness records!!
Ozuna has made history again! The success of the Puerto Rican singer is unstoppable, every project in which he gets involved triumphs and the achievements he has reaped in the last year have led him to be part of the Guinness World Records book, where he has entered in a big way with four titles.
This has been announced by El Negrito de Ojos Claros on his social media where he shared some certificates delivery moments.
“Wow! Surprised to receive four official record titles and be part of the 2020 edition of the Guinness World Records book. Always grateful to God, my fans, my family and my entire work team. Without you none of this would be possible! “, the Puerto Rican has expressed in these moments of happiness.
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Wow! Sorprendido por recibir 4 títulos de récords oficiales y formar parte de la edición 2020 del libro de @guinnessworldrecords. Siempre agradecido con Dios, mis fans, mi familia, y con todo mi equipo de trabajo. ¡Sin ustedes nada de esto fuese posible! #GuinnessWorldRecords #GWR2020 #OfficiallyAmazing EL PLAN DE DIOS ES PERFECTO
“Every day more Latinos and Puerto Ricans are leading the world record lists. The passion and enthusiasm that characterizes them has led them to be at the top of our records. Today Guinness World Records has the honor of officially presenting these great talents as deserving of a world caliber record title, “said Ralph Hannah, official adjudicator of Guinness World Records.
The titles that have been delivered to Ozuna are:
- More videos to reach one billion views on YouTube. (7 videos)
- Solo artist with the highest number of nominations in a single year for the Billboard Latin Music Awards with 23 nominations on February 12, 2019.
- Solo artist with the largest number of Latin Music Billboard awards won in a single year with 11 awards received on April 25.
- Male solo artist with more weeks on the Billboard Top Latin Albums, specifically 46 weeks (from September 16, 2017 to September 1, 2018) with his album Odyssey.
Original Source: CiberCuba