Tour Ends with Sold-Out Show at Fibes Seville

The concert hall at Fibes in Seville witnessed the last show of El Mundo Tour, a tour that visited every corner of Spain, then ventured beyond its borders to travel to Argentina, Chile, Mexico City and New York.

More than 70 sold-out shows since the beginning of the tour and almost 100 concerts make it a total of more than 120,000 people who have seen him live over the past months.

On Saturday the Spanish artist said goodbye until next year so he can start working on new projects. It was a concert packed full of emotions that held surprises for us, like Antonio Orozco, who was invited to perform one of the songs on that night’s set list: “Mi Héroe“, a song by Antonio Orozco that offered a magical moment for the audience to enjoy.

Thanks so much to everybody who accompanied us during this unforgettable tour… See you soon!



Pablo López receives 3 Platinum Records for “El Mundo y los Amantes Inocentes”

Pablo López receives 3 Platinum records for his work El Mundo y los Amantes Inocentes.

The Spanish artist continues to meet with success in Spain and beyond.

This time Pablo López has achieved 3 Platinum records with his project, one for the sales of his album El Mundo y los Amantes Inocentes, and two for the sales of his song “Tu Enemigo” featuring Juanes.

Congratulations, Pablo!

“Tu Enemigo”, digital gold record

Pablo López and Juanes receive a Digital Gold Record for sales of “Tu Enemigo”

Top of official song sales list

Pablo López is enjoying continued success after El Mundo hit #1 on official sales lists making it one of the most important hits in his career. The album’s launch in September landed it directly at #2 on the official sales list, making him the best-selling Spanish artist that week, and went on to maintain the position in the top 10 in the following weeks.

“Tu Enemigo”, with the stellar collaboration of Juanes, is the continuation of the album’s development, becoming a new hit for the Spanish artist. The song is also at the top of official song sales lists, iTunes, at the top of the charts on Spotify and Shazam, and had more than nine million views on Vevo within just three months of the video’s launch, contributing to a total of more the thirteen million views of El Mundo in the last six months. In addition to the immediate international success achieved by the project, the tour had a spectacular start with a total of thirteen sold-out shows so far. This is without a doubt the toughest test for an artist when facing a tour and is an indication of the audience’s reaction to and reception of the music.

Pablo López is simultaneously working on his project in Latin America, where the new album was also launched, and will travel again to continue working in the area in the following months.