About this Artist
Chilean singer, songwriter, and plastic artist Mon Laferte is a multiple Latin Grammy Award-winning artist whose sophisticated brand of Latin pop melds indie and roots rock, blues, bolero, cumbia, ranchera, and electronic elements with Chilean folk traditions.
Her unmistakable voice, unfiltered composition, and feeling in the interpretation have taken her around the world, with her six productions, winning the hearts of millions of followers.
Her music has been described as “infusing vintage styles with up-to-date feelings and a fierce attitude” (The New York Times) and “intimate and courageous … tackling complex topics such as misogyny, repression, and injustice, inspired by her lived experiences” (BBC Music).
Mon Laferte’s taste for music was manifested at an early age, and she achieved great recognition in her native Chile. Later, she settled in Mexico City.
With six albums to her credit: Disposable (2011), Tornasol (2013), Volume 1 (2015), La Trenza (2017), Norma (2018), and Seis (2021), Mon Laferte has established herself as one of the most popular and important singer-songwriters in Latin America and the world, earning three Latin Grammys and four MTV Millennial Awards, among other accolades.
She is the most listened-to Chilean artist on Spotify worldwide as well as being the Chilean artist with the most nominations in a single edition of the Latin Grammy Awards.