Louie TheSinger has signed with UMG Nashville.
A Texas native proud of his Mexican heritage, Louie represents a different voice and sound in today’s country music world. He grew up in the streets of Fort Worth and ended up spending time in prison, where he vowed to change course. Upon his release, he put all his focus on family and creating and performing music his own way.
“Having witnessed Louie’s magnetic charisma translate on stages across this country and watch the rabid fan base he is building, I know that Louie is going to widen the country music audience,” says Cindy Mabe, UMG Nashville Chair & CEO. “I am so inspired by Louie’s energy, purpose and intention to expand the sound of country music through his own personal story and his songs. I am so proud to bring Louie into the Universal Music Group Nashville family!”
“It’s crazy to think that I was just in a prison cell three years ago and now I’m signed to one of the biggest record labels in the world,” shares Louie. “Big thank you to Cindy Mabe and my new fam at UMG Nashville. I’m ready to disrupt country music (in a good way). I’m just tryna add a little spice and make my people proud. It’s time Mexican Americans have a voice in this country world and I’m here for it.”
Louie is currently in the studio working on new music set for release in the new year.
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