PICS: Prince Royce at SDSU’s Open Air Theatre

Talk about a double whammy: Prince Royce and Luis Coronel charmed a packed Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre on July 9.

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The SDSU venue was obviously thrilled to have the singers through town -- and they didn't disappoint!
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Prince Royce, born Geoffrey Royce Rojas, got his start as a singer/songwriter in the Bronx, New York City.
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He took an interest in music at an early age, and during his teenage years, began writing songs.
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After being signed, he released his self-titled studio album in 2010, which spawned two big singles: "Stand by Me" and "Corazon Sin Cara."
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Both songs reached No. 1 on the Billboard Tropical Songs chart. The album peaked at No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard Latin Albums chart as well!
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Rojas won three Billboard Latin Music Awards in 2011, including Tropical Album of the Year. The next year, he released his sophomre album "Phase II," which also peaked at No. 1 -- and garnered a Latin Grammy Award nomination for Best Tropical Fusion Album.
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Royce's third studio album, "Soy el Mismo," was released in 2013 and earned his second Latin Grammy Award nod for Best Contemporary Tropical Album.
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"Soy el Mismo" was followed in 2015 by the "Double Vision" album -- his first sung in English primarily. The album including "Stuck on a Feeling," a collaboration with Snoop Dogg, and "Back It Up," featuring Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull. Both singles charted highly on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
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Earlier this year, he released "FIVE," his fifth studio album. It includes collaborations with Shakira, Chris Brown, Farruko, Zendaya, Gerardo Ortiz and others!
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Luis Coronel helped open the show. The Tuscon, Arizona-born singer got his start performing in his church choir at age 6!
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In September of 2013, he released his debut album "Con la frente en alto," which earned a spot on the Billboard Regional Mexican Albums chart. Unsurprisingly, Coronel won New Artist of the Year at the 2014 Latin Billboard Music Awards. He released his second studio album, "Quiero ser tu dueno" on Sept. 30, 2014.
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