Maluma Brings Out Jason Derulo, P. Diddy, Marc Anthony & More in Miami: See the Best Moments


“Dreams come true” is the phrase that best describes Maluma’s first concert at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, where he performed as part F.A.M.E. U.S tour.  The spectacle was full surprises, lots music, dancing and special guests.

Just a year and a half ago, the Colombian singer went on his first tour in theaters in the United States. At the time, he was just heating up for his big moment that was yet to come. This time around, he returned to establish that he is the new Latin superstar.

In front a sold-out arena, Maluma delivered the best show ever. He did not leave out any his popular songs; in fact, his repertoire included tracks from “Borro Cassette” to “Chantaje” and even “El Prestamo,” which is his most recent hit, and course “Felices Los 4,” with special guest Marc Anthony. The two-and-a-half hou  concert felt like a giant album release party for F.A.M.E.

Many things happened during Maluma’s concert, and below, Billboard has gathered the best moments — from him being in shock after realizing he was performing at the AAA to being joined on stage by Jason Derulo and Marc Anthony.

Maluma Was in Shock

When he realized that he was standing in front a sold-out arena in Miami, he couldn’t continue before crying. This is the point where he announced: “Dreams comes true.”


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P. Diddy, Flo Rida, Prince Royce, Noriel and Jason Derulo Joined Maluma

Maluma is a fan music, and his special guests showed that there is no language barrier. He invited Jason Derulo to sing “Colors” and Prince Royce to sing “El Clavo.” With Noriel, he performed “Cuatro Babys,” and P Diddy surprised Maluma to tell him that he was proud him.


@maluma baby @princeroyce

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He Got Close to His Fans

Maluma performed his new song “Marinero” from a platform that took him nearer to the crowd.


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He Welcomed Marc Anthony for a “Felices Los 4” Salsa Version

“Happy the 4” without Marc Anthony just wouldn't have been the same, and Anthony's appearance was an amazing surprise for the audience. “When I was nobody and I was knocking from door to door, Marc Anthony opened it and he did not close it,” Maluma said.


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He Brought Out His Girlfriend

“I don’t need to look out a woman, the best one is next to me,” Maluma said.


@maluma gets personal during his miami sold out show

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