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Multi-award winning Bachata singer Prince Royce has released the video for his latest single "Darte Un Beso" (Give You A Kiss), filmed in Miami under the direction of Danny Hastings, who also directed Royce's first two videos, the Latin Times reported.
One of the biggest breakthrough artists in Latin music, Royce released his highly anticipated new song last month. Since then, "Darte Un Beso," off his third studio album, has been on high rotation on radio stations both in Puerto Rico and the U.S.
According to the Times, the single was the best "Hot Latin Songs" debut for any artist since Billboard started to include streaming, radio airplay and digital sales back in October. The song is currently at No. 1 on Billboard's "Latin Tropical Airplay" for a third consecutive week. It is also No. 1 on the "Latin Streaming Songs" chart.
The 24-year-old singer has achieved massive success in a short period of time. He has already collaborated with artists like Mexican starlet Thalía, Reggaeton singer Daddy Yankee and pop-rock band Maná, and toured with big names like Pitbull and Enrique Iglesias.
Last month he returned from a European tour that took him to London, París, Rome, Milan, Madrid, Barcelona and several other cities.
Royce has won 16 Latin Billboard Awards, including the "Composer of the Year" award when he was just 22-years-old, definitely a milestone in his career. He also received 12 Premios Juventud, 13 Premios Lo Nuestro and three Latin Grammy nominations.
He is also a coach on Telemundo's "The Voice Kids," alongside Paulina Rubio and Roberto Tapia.
"Te Perdiste Mi Amor," the song he wrote especially for Thalía hit No. 1 in Mexico, according to Boomline. He is also planning to release an all-English album in 2014.
In February, he confessed to having a soft spot for telenovelas. "I'm starting to take acting classes. And I'm starting to look into the world of novelas," he said, the Huffington Post reported. In June he fulfilled his wishes, appearing in an episode of Nickelodeon's new show "11-11, En Mi Cuadra Nada Cuadra."
Last year, the singer went on his third American tour, which took him to 30 cities. He sold out venues, including Radio City Music Hall in New York and the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. He also participated in the Chilean music festival El Festival de Viña del Mar, where he won an Antorcha de Plata, an Antorcha de Oro and a Gaviota de Plata.