There’s “nada mas” left for Luis Coronel…
The 19-year-old Mexican American singer has release his new single “Nada Más Por Eso.”
Coronel, who has a growing social media presence and has rapidly ascending career within regional Mexican music, dedicates the new track to his die-hard Coronelas, who first took notice of him when he began uploading videos to YouTube in 2012.
That’s right around when Del Records’ Angel Del Villar signed him to his roster.
“Nada Más Por Eso” is Coronel’s first single since “Cuando La Miro,” released five months ago as part of the final promotional run of his highly successful sophomore set, Quiero Ser Tu Dueño.
Upon its release in October 2014, the album made history, making the then 18-year-old singer the youngest solo artist in 13 years to top Billboard’s Top Latin Albums chart.
But he’s now looking ahead, offering Billboard an exclusive scoop on what’s shaping up to be his third, hotly anticipated album.
“With my voice I definitely feel that I’ve taken a dramatic change, since the first album to the second album, just day by day I feel that I’m improving and I’m learning from everything that I go through and I’m adapting,” Coronel tells Billboard from Miami, where he is promoting the new single.