Anuel AA will be part of the Amazon Music Live concert series to be held in Los Angeles

Karol G's ex-partner, Anuel AA, will be part of the new series of weekly Amazon Music Live concerts, which will broadcast the Puerto Rican's presentation on December 1 worldwide

Latin star Anuel AA is one of Puerto Rico’s most important celebrities and has made a name for himself in the urban genre.

He managed to form a great musical career in a very short time, and today he is one of the most acclaimed in the United States, Latin America, and more.

That is why it has been announced this week that Karol G‘s ex-partner, known for performing the song “23 Preguntas,” will be part of the new series of weekly concerts of Amazon Music Live, which will broadcast the presentation of the Puerto Rican on December 1.

According to what the platform highlighted in a statement, the new series, which airs after Thursday Night Football and is hosted by popular rapper 2 Chainz, will give fans “unprecedented access” to their favorite artists.

The crowd-sourced concert to be held in Los Angeles will be live worldwide on Prime Video. The platform will also feature Lil Wayne on November 17.

Currently, Emmanuel Gazmey, the singer’s real name, is promoting his new album, “Legends Never Die,” as a tribute to his idols and artistic achievements, as well as reflecting on his downfalls.

And the fact is that on April 3, 2016, Anuel AA was arrested along with other people as they were leaving the Tabaco & Ron Lounge nightclub in Santurce, Puerto Rico, for illegal possession of a firearm: three pistols, one of them stolen, nine magazines and 152 rounds of ammunition were seized.

Likewise, in “Leyendas Nunca Mueren,” he addresses his very public relationship with his now ex Karol G, whom he names in several songs of the album.

Anuel AA postponed his concert tour in the United States until 2023

The Puerto Rican said that for “personal reasons” he canceled his tour, named after his album “Leyendas Nunca Mueren” (Legends Never Die), with which he was scheduled to perform concerts during August, September and October in several U.S. cities such as Dallas, Miami, and Washington.