Fresh off of closing the 2018 Latin American Music Awards along with his hit “La Cintura,” Alvaro Soler takes the new seat on this week’s Growing Up Latino.
The Spanish singer, who was born in Barcelona to a Belgian father and a Spanish-Belgian mom, had a childhood stuffed with many household traditions.
Going to La Costa Brava, simply north of Barcelona, was his finest reminiscence rising up. “We had a giant home the place all of the household used to slot in and I keep in mind all these breakfasts with like 20 folks, and that’s one thing very particular that I don’t have now, and I nonetheless take into consideration these moments,” he says, including that his household is so vital due to these traditions.
He additionally opened up about Christmas traditions in his grandparents' residence in Barcelona. “All the household is there, so it’s very loud,” he says. “And my grandfather, he all the time cooks a pudding and makes it flambé in the course of the night time, after dinner, and he flambés it with rum and he lights it up on hearth and it’s like my grandpa’s second,” he provides.
Soler, who additionally talked about his first favourite home-cooked meal, favourite quote and first date in Japan, wrapped up his session with the very best factor about being a Latin artist. “The neatest thing is singing within the mom tongue,” he says.
Watch Alvaro Soler’s episode above.