Venezuelan singer-songwriter, Miguel "Nacho" Mendoza, has renewed his contract with Universal Music Latin Entertainment (UMLE) as a soloist, and signed a new contract for co-management and as an executive producer, Billboard has learned.
This new alliance follows the official announcement of Chino & Nacho's break up (as duo), who were also under the label. With this contract, Nacho will not only be a talent but also will support UMLE in finding new talent and lend his knowledge as a musician and producer.
"It is a great pleasure to work together with a talented producer, writer and hit maker. Nacho has shown the ability to discover new artists and continues to leave a mark on Latin music," said Alejandro Duque, general manager of UMLE/Machete Music & Capitol Latin, in a press announcement.
So far, Nacho is ready to start his new journey as soloist. On Friday, April 14, the singer will be releasing his first single "Báilame."
"I am happy to take this step because I feel we can contribute to Latin music, support talent and develop artists," Nacho said.