Reggaetón singer Ozuna — one of People en Español’s 50 Most Beautiful stars this year — is having a busy 2019, with a world tour and a new movie in the works. We take a closer look at his family life and dive into his digital world.
ON THE MOVE
At 27 years old, Puerto Rican singer Ozuna is a force to reckon with. The chart-topper has taken home multiple awards this year, is touring the world and filming the second part of his comedy Qué Leon with Clarissa Molina.
The reggaetón star is also part of People en Español’s 50 Most Beautiful issue, on sale now, and told the magazine about finding success, amid the scandals and criticism that come with fame: “We are here on our feet and with our head held high because God put us here for this.”
The singer — who’s done duets with Cardi B, Luis Fonsi, Selena Gomez and Jennifer Lopez, among others — has thanked Cardi B for believing in him since the beginning.
Ozuna shared this playful photo of his wife, Taina Melendez, on a snowy day. The singer has thanked her publicly for her support and unconditional love throughout the years and dedicated the song “Corazón de seda” to her.
“When we had nothing, we used to dream of moments like these,” the singer captioned this photo with his wife at Premio Lo Nuestro. “When I didn’t have anything, you believed in me. Thanks for making me a father and a family man. I love you.”
Helping children is a cause close to his heart, and he visited this cancer patient at a hospital, bringing a smile to her face.
Last December, the singer shared this sweet family photo on Instagram, wearing red pajamas by the Christmas tree with his wife and kids, Sofia and Jacob.
Spending time on his boat is one of Ozuna’s favorite things to do, when he is not on stage or recording new songs.
The singer captioned this photo of the luxurious interior of his yacht “home.” Being close to the ocean, away from the city noise and paparazzi, must be a divine oasis.
Making new hits takes a whole lot of concentration and dedication. Here we see the artist in full creative mode at the recording studio.
The singer took home 11 trophies at the Billboard Latin Music Awards last month and couldn’t stop smiling.
KEEP IT REAL
“Never underestimate anybody. We are all equal and capable of achieving our dreams,” he captioned this photo, walking backstage with his wife and greeting fans.
“These three taught me to be responsible and made me go from being a child to becoming a man, with highs and lows, but they are never alone,” he captioned this photo with his wife and kids. Ozuna says his family is his fuel, and keeps him going.