Pablo Moreno de Alborán y Ferrándiz (Málaga, May 31, 1989), popularly known as Pablo Alborán is a Spanish singer.In 2011, he was nominated for three Latin Grammy Awards.The singer has released a studio album, a live album, four singles, four music videos and various musical collaborations. His records are distributed by EMI Music.5 which debuted in 2010 with their first official release, "Solamente tú", the first single from the debut album of Pablo Alboran, launched in February 2011. This debut ranked No. 1 in its first week of sales, making Pablo the first solo artist to sign a complete debut album to rank to the top since 1998 in Spain.
A few months after releasing his first album, it was published in acoustic as the first recorded live concert by the singer. Several weeks after it debuted to the top in Spain, it was launched in Portugal, getting to be No. 1 for several weeks. Of all his singles, two stand out in terms of popularity: "Solamente tú" and "Perdóname" which he sang together with singer Carminho, being number one in sales, both in Spain and in Portugal
From a very young age, he was interested in learning to play various musical instruments such as piano, classical guitar, flamenco guitar, and acoustic guitar, and attended singing lessons with professional artists in Málaga and Madrid. In 2002, at the age of 12, he composed his first songs, "Amor de Barrio" (Neighbourhood Love) and "Desencuentro" (Disagreement) which would be featured 10 years later on his debut album. In Málaga he performed for the first time with a Flamenco band in a restaurant, and he was nicknamed El Blanco Moreno (The White Moreno), because he "was very pale-skinned and Moreno was my family name", as he stated in an interview in early 2011.Later, Pablo met producer Manuel Illán and recorded a demo, which included a cover of "Deja de Volverme Loca" (Stop Driving Me Crazy) by Diana Navarro. Upon hearing this recording, Navarro expressed great interest in Alborán and became his musical mentor.
In preparation for his first album, Alborán composed a total of 40 songs from which the playlist would be selected. During the recording of this studio album, Pablo Alborán, he uploaded a few songs on YouTube, which gained the attention of many, including singer Kelly Rowland who was amazed by his voice, as far as saying "I'm in love with Pablo Alboran!". His videos have since received millions of views.
"Solamente Tú" (Only You) was digitally released in Spain in October 2010 as the first single of his debut album, which was released in February 2011. Both the single and the album were a huge success, managing to top the Spanish music charts for several consecutive weeks. The album won multiple awards, including 2011 RTVE's Album of the Year, and became Spain's best-selling album in 2011.
Alborán began his first world tour on May 27, 2011 in Madrid at the Palacio Vistalegre, and has since performed in many Latin American countries, among which are Argentina, Chile and Mexico.Following his success, he released his first live album, En Acústico, in November of the same year. It included acoustic versions of most of the tracks in his debut album, as well as two new songs and four bonus tracks. The song "Perdóname" (Forgive Me) was re-recorded featuring Portuguese singer Carminho, and was released as the first single of the album,peaking at number one on the Spanish singles chart on November 13, 2011 thus helping En Acústico to debut also at number one on the albums chart one week later, on November 20, 2011 and to top the Portuguese Albums Chart in January 2012.
In December 19, 2011, Alborán received the 2011 Best New Act award in Los Premios 40 Principales. Both his albums Pablo Alborán and En Acústico were featured in Spain's official list of top-selling albums of 2011, in numbers 1 and 6 respectively and singles "Solamente Tú" and "Perdóname" were the third and nineteenth best-selling songs in Spain in 2011
Pasos De Cero
Ahogándome Tu Adiós
Un Buen Amor
La Escalera (Acústico)
Por Fin (Acústico)
Documental "Pasos De Cero"
Por Fin (Vídeoclip)
Por Fin (Making Of)
Parlophone, Warner Music Spain, Warner Music Latina
Argentina, France, Spain, United States of America