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Martina Stoessel
Tini Stoessel 2016.jpg
Stoessel in 2016
Born
Martina Alejandra Stoessel Muzlera

(1997-03-21) 21 March 1997 (age 22)
ResidenceBuenos Aires, Argentina
Other namesTini
Occupation
  • Actress
  • model
  • singer
  • songwriter
  • dancer
Years active2007–present
Parent(s)
  • Mariana Muzlera (mother)
  • Alejandro Stoessel (father)
Musical career
Genres
Instruments
  • Vocals
  • piano
  • guitar
  • drums
Labels
Websitewww.tinistoessel.com.mx

Martina Alejandra Stoessel Muzlera (born 21 March 1997),[1][2] also known as Tini Stoessel (Spanish: [ˈtini estoˈesel]), is an Argentine actress, model, singer, songwriter, and dancer who gained international popularity for her debut role as Violetta Castillo in the Disney Channel Latin America original telenovela, Violetta.

Life and career[edit]

1997–2011: Early life and career beginnings[edit]

Stoessel was born in Buenos Aires and is the daughter of television producer and director Alejandro Stoessel and Mariana Muzlera. She has a brother Francisco, who is one year older than her.[3] Stoessel began her artistic training at a young age studying singing, piano, musical comedy, musical theater, and dance in her native Buenos Aires.[4] Stoessel was educated at two private bilingual schools: Colegio San Marcos and Colegio Martín y Omar de Isidro.[5][6]

In 2007, Stoessel had a role in the first season of the popular Argentine children's telenovela, Patito Feo, as "Martina",[7] one of Fito Bernardi's assistants.[8] Stoessel also played the role of "Anna" in a flashback episode in the same series.

In 2011, Stoessel recorded the Spanish version of the Shannon Saunders' song, "The Glow", called "Tu Resplandor"; the song was included on the album, Disney Princess: Fairy Tale Songs.[9] She performed the song at an event for Disney Channel Latin America called Celebratón on 31 December 2011. The song was later released on an album for the series in March 2012.

2012–2014: Breakthrough with Violetta[edit]

Stoessel alongside the PRO party leader and Chief of Government of Buenos Aires, Mauricio Macri, in May 2014

Stoessel's father presented an unrelated project to Disney Channel producers, who later informed him about auditions for the lead role for the network's upcoming television series, Violetta.[10] In late 2011, after an intense casting process, Stoessel obtained the principal role in the series, a tween-oriented musical series launched as a co-production between Disney Channel Latin America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.[11] The show's first season began production in Buenos Aires in 2012. Stoessel played the titular character, Violetta Castillo, during all three seasons of the show. She sang the series' theme song, "En Mi Mundo", which was later released as a single on 5 April 2012 to promote the show.[12] Subsequently, she recorded the Italian version, "Nel Mio Mondo"[13] and the English version, "In My Own World". Both songs were used as the theme songs for the series in its international broadcasts in Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States via Netflix.[14] For this role Stoessel won an award for "Female Newcomer" in the 2012 edition of the Kids' Choice Awards Argentina[15] and was also nominated for the U.S. version, the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, in the "Favorite Latin Artist" category.[16]

On 10 August 2013, Stoessel performed, along with the cast of Violetta, at the UNICEF television charity event Un sol para los chicos, where she sang the songs, "Ser Mejor" and "En Mi Mundo".[17][18] In 2013, Stoessel recorded "Libre Soy" and "All'Alba Sorgerò", the Spanish and Italian versions of the pop version of "Let It Go", the closing credits song from the Disney animated film Frozen.[19]

From 2012 to 2014, Stoessel participated in the recording of albums featuring music from all three seasons of Violetta. Stoessel also participated in the television programs The U-Mix Show and Disney Planet for Disney Latin America.[20][21] In 2014, Stoessel voiced a small role for the Italian dubbed version of the movie Monsters University.[22] In May 2014, Stoessel released her first book, a co-authored biography called "Simplemente Tini", about on her upbringing and eventual rise to international popularity.[23] The same month, Stoessel held a free musical concert near the Monument to the Carta Magna and Four Regions of Argentina, organized by the city government of Buenos Aires, under the slogan "Cuidemos el planeta".[24] In September 2014, Stoessel performed at the charity soccer match Partido Interreligioso por la Paz, convened by Pope Francis at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome where she sang "Nel Mio Mondo" and the cover version of John Lennon's song "Imagine".[25]

2015–2017: Tini: The Movie and solo musical debut[edit]

Stoessel and some of the cast members of Violetta filmed the movie, Tini: The Movie. The movie was filmed in between concert stops for the television series' final international tour. Production began on 7 October 2015 and ended in mid-December 2015, where the movie filmed in various international locations, including Sicily, Cádiz, Spain, Madrid, and Buenos Aires. A teaser trailer featuring scenes from the movie was released in late December 2015.[26] The film was released in various Latin American and European countries. It was to be released in Argentina on 14 July 2016, but was released earlier on 2 June 2016.[27][28][29]

On 21 August 2015, it was announced that Stoessel had signed a recording deal with Hollywood Records to release her own solo material under the name "Tini".[30] From January 2016 to early March 2016 she recorded her debut album in Los Angeles, California. Her debut album, Tini, was released worldwide on digital and physical formats on 29 April 2016. The album contains two discs: one which serves as the soundtrack from Tini: The Movie and Stoessel's solo album of Spanish and English language songs. Stoessel announced that "Siempre Brillarás" would be the lead single used to promote the release of Tini: The Movie. The song was available to fans on 25 March 2016 with the pre-order purchase of her debut album. The song was also recorded in English and was released under the title, "Born to Shine". The music video for "Siempre Brillarás", featuring scenes from Tini: The Movie, was released on 25 March 2016. The music video for the soundtrack's second promotional single, "Losing the Love", was released on 6 May 2016, and its music video included clips from the film.[31][32][33][33][34][35][36] Stoessel performed songs from her debut album at her first showcase as a solo artist at La Usina del Arte in Buenos Aires on 12 June 2016. The showcase was filmed and broadcast on her official YouTube channel from 22 to 28 August 2016.[37] On 24 June 2016, Stoessel released her first solo single, "Great Escape", along with the Spanish-language version of the song, "Yo Me Escaparé". The music video for "Great Escape" was filmed in Buenos Aires and later released on 8 July 2016.[38] On 14 October 2016, Stoessel released the deluxe edition of her debut album, which includes "Yo Me Escaparé" and the Spanish-language version of the song "Got Me Started", "Ya No Hay Nadie Que Nos Pare", with vocals from Colombian singer Sebastián Yatra. Stoessel released "Got Me Started", along with "Ya No Hay Nadie Que Nos Pare", as her second solo single to coincide with the release of the deluxe edition of her album. The music video for "Got Me Started" was released on 8 December 2016, while the video for "Ya No Hay Nadie Que Nos Pare" was released on 19 January 2017. Stoessel's third solo single, "Si Tú Te Vas", was released on 5 May 2017, alongside the music video for the song. On 18 March 2017, Stoessel began her first solo concert tour, Got Me Started Tour, starting from Europe and then heading to Latin America.

In the summer of 2017, Stoessel guest starred as herself in two episodes of the second season of Disney Channel Latin America television show, Soy Luna. In June, Stoessel was featured on "Todo Es Posible", a collaboration with Spanish singer David Bisbal for the Tad Jones: The Hero Returns movie soundtrack.[39] In July, Stoessel was featured on "It's a Lie", the song from The Vamps's third studio album Night & Day,[40] and she also appeared alongside fellow artist and the Voz Por La Paz foundation patron Odino Faccia on the world peace anthem, "Somos El Cambio", which was written by the former President of the United States, Barack Obama, and the song was first performed at the Red Voz Por La Paz ceremony the previous year.[41]

2017–2019: Quiero Volver and La Voz... Argentina[edit]

Stoessel's second album titled Quiero Volver was released on 12 October 2018.[42] The collaboration between Stoessel and Venezuelan singer Nacho titled "Te Quiero Más" was released on 13 October 2017 as the lead single from the album.[43][44][45] In December 2017, Stoessel made a guest appearance as herself in an episode of the telenovela Las Estrellas,[46] and she was featured in a remix of "Lights Down Low" by MAX, titled "Latin Mix".[47] On 6 April 2018, Stoessel released "Princesa", a duet with Karol G, as the second single from her second album.[48][49][50] The single became Stoessel's first single to top the national chart in Argentina.[51] On 22 June 2018, Stoessel released "Consejo de Amor", featuring Colombian folk-rock band Morat, as the third single from her second album.[52] On 26 July 2018, Stoessel was featured alongside Flo Rida on a remix of Álvaro Soler's hit single "La Cintura".[53] On 3 August 2018, Stoessel released the title track "Quiero Volver", a duet with Sebastián Yatra, as the fourth single from her second album.[54][55] On 24 August 2018, Stoessel was featured alongside Colombian singer Greeicy in a remix of the song "Lo malo" by Spanish singers Aitana and Ana Guerra.[56] In September 2018, Stoessel announced her second concert tour, Quiero Volver Tour, that began on 13 December 2018 in Buenos Aires at Estadio Luna Park.[57] On 2 November 2018, Stoessel released "Por Que Te Vas", a collaboration with Cali y El Dandee, as the fifth single from her second album.[58] The same month, she was featured alongside Chelcee Grimes and Jhay Cortez on "Wild", the song from Jonas Blue's debut album Blue,[59] released as a single in February 2019.[60]

In August 2018, it was announced that Stoessel had joined La Voz... Argentina as a coach for the show's second season.[61] Stoessel voiced Moxy in the Spanish dubbed version of the animated musical comedy film UglyDolls, released in May 2019.[62]

2019–present: Upcoming third album and Pequeños Gigantes Argentina[edit]

The collaboration between Stoessel and Greeicy titled "22" was released on 3 May 2019 as the first single from Stoessel's third album.[63] The song peaked at number eight on Argentina Hot 100 and became Stoessel's first top-ten single on the chart.[64][65] On 14 June 2019, Stoessel was featured on "Sad Song", a collaboration with Swedish DJ Alesso.[66] On 26 July 2019, Stoessel released "Suéltate El Pelo" as the second single from her third album.[67] On 6 September 2019, Stoessel released "Fresa", a collaboration with Colombian singer Lalo Ebratt, as the third single from her third album.[68]

In May 2019, it was announced that Stoessel had joined the talent show Pequeños Gigantes Argentina as a judge.[69]

Personal life[edit]

Stoessel resides in San Isidro, Buenos Aires with her parents and her brother.[70] She is fluent in Spanish, Italian, and English. On 17 November 2016, Stoessel was named an honorary ambassador of the world peace by fellow human rights activist Adolfo Pérez Esquivel and Guatemalan political activist Rigoberta Menchú, at the Red Voz Por La Paz ceremony in Buenos Aires.[71]

Filmography[edit]

Film roles
Year Title Role Notes
2013 Monsters University Carrie Williams Voice dubbing in Italian
2014 Violetta: La emoción del concierto Herself / Violetta Concert film
2016 Tini: The Movie Tini Film[72]
2019 UglyDolls Moxy Voice dubbing in Spanish
TBA The Diary
Television roles
Year Title Role Notes
2007 Patito Feo Martina / Young Anna (flashbacks) Season 1
2012–15 Violetta Violetta Castillo Lead role; Disney Channel Latin America original telenovela
2017 Soy Luna Tini Guest role[73]
Las Estrellas Tini Guest role[74]
2018 La Voz... Argentina Herself / Coach Season 2
2019 Pequeños Gigantes Argentina Herself / Judge

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of studio albums, with selected details, chart positions, sales, and certifications
Title Studio album details Peak chart positions Sales Certifications
ARG
[75]
AUT
[76]
BEL
[77]
FRA
[78]
GER
[79]
ITA
[80]
NLD
[81]
POL
[82]
SPA
[83]
SWI
[84]
Tini (Martina Stoessel) 1 3 17 13 6 6 44 9 12 37
Quiero Volver
  • Released: 12 October 2018
  • Label: Hollywood
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1 22 138 106 26 77 49 11 40
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak positions Album
ARG
[89]
ECU
[90]
MEX
[91]
SPA
[92]
URU
[93]
US
Latin
Airplay

[94]
US
Latin
Pop

[95]
VEN
[96]
"Libre Soy" 2013 29 Frozen
"Siempre Brillarás" / "Born to Shine" 2016 [a] Tini (Martina Stoessel)
"Great Escape" / "Yo Me Escaparé" [b]
"Got Me Started" / "Ya No Hay Nadie que Nos Pare"
(solo or featuring Sebastián Yatra)
[c]
"Si Tu Te Vas" 2017
"Te Quiero Más"
(with Nacho)
13 16 [d] 7 91 Quiero Volver
"Princesa"
(with Karol G)
2018 69 14 8 49 17 74
"Consejo de Amor"
(featuring Morat)
34 65 58
"Quiero Volver"
(with Sebastián Yatra)
21 49 41 19
"Por Que Te Vas"
(with Cali y El Dandee)
17
"22"
(with Greeicy)
2019 8 5 5 TBA
"Suéltate El Pelo" 46
"Fresa"
(with Lalo Ebratt)
17
[101]
18
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Notes:

  1. ^ "Siempre Brillarás" did not enter the Billboard Argentina Hot 100, but peaked at number 8 on the Monitor Latino Argentina National Songs chart.[97]
  2. ^ "Yo Me Escaparé" did not enter the Billboard Argentina Hot 100, but peaked at number 12 on the Monitor Latino Argentina National Songs chart.[98]
  3. ^ "Ya No Hay Nadie que Nos Pare" did not enter the Billboard Argentina Hot 100, but peaked at number 6 on the Monitor Latino Argentina National Songs chart.[99]
  4. ^ "Te Quiero Más" did not enter the Billboard Mexico Airplay chart, but peaked at number 37 on the Mexico Espanol Airplay chart.[100]

As a featured artist[edit]

List of singles as a featured artist, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
ARG
[89]
COL
[102]
CR
[103]
ECU
[104]
MEX
[91]
NZ
Hot

[105]
PAN
[106]
SWE
[107]
US
Dance

[108]
"Todo Es Posible"
(David Bisbal featuring Tini Stoessel)
2017 42 3 1 13 Tadeo Jones 2: El secreto del Rey Midas
"Y Apareciste Tu" (Live)
(Cacho Castaña featuring Tini)
Cacho y Sus Amigos: Concierto
Inolvidable (Live in Buenos Aires / 2016)
"Lights Down Low" (Latin Mix)
(MAX featuring Tini)
Non-album single
"La Cintura (Remix)"
(Alvaro Soler featuring Flo Rida and Tini)
2018 72 Mar de Colores
"Lo Malo (Remix)"
(Aitana and Ana Guerra featuring Greeicy and Tini)
Reflexión
"Wild"
(Jonas Blue featuring Chelcee Grimes, Tini and Jhay Cortez)
2019 Blue
"Sad Song"
(Alesso featuring Tini)
[a] 27 88 22 TBA
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Promotional singles[edit]

List of promotional singles, showing year released and album name
Title Year Album
"En Mi Mundo" 2012 Violetta
"Nel Mio Mondo"[110]
"Hoy Somos Más" 2013 Hoy somos más
"In My Own World"[111] Disney Channel Play It Loud
"En Gira"
(with Violetta cast)
2014 Gira mi canción
"Yo Te Amo a Tí"
(with Jorge Blanco)
2016 TINI (Martina Stoessel)
"Losing the Love"
"Somos El Cambio"
(with Odino Faccia)
2017 Non-album single
"Love is Love" 2018 Quiero Volver

Other appearances[edit]

Title Year Other artist(s) Album
"Tu Resplandor" 2012 N/A Celebratón
"All'Alba Sorgerò"[19] 2013 Frozen
"It's a Lie" 2017 The Vamps Night & Day
"La Reina De La Bailanta" (Live) Cacho Castaña Cacho y Sus Amigos: Concierto
Inolvidable (Live in Buenos Aires / 2016)

Videography[edit]

Title Year Directed by Notes
"Tu Resplandor" 2011 N/A Spanish version of Shannon Saunders' song "The Glow"
"Entre Tú y Yo"
(with Pablo Espinosa)
2012
Violetta season 1, episode 11
"En Mi Mundo" Violetta season 1, episode 15; promo video for season 1
"Tienes Todo"
(with Pablo Espinosa)
Violetta season 1, episode 23
"Te Creo" Violetta season 1, episode 40
"Habla Si Puedes" Violetta season 1, episode 43
"Junto a Ti"
(with Lodovica Comello)
Violetta season 1, episode 68
"Ven y Canta"
(with Violetta cast)
Violetta season 1, episode 70
"Ser Mejor"
(with Violetta cast)
Violetta season 1, episode 80
"Nel Mio Mondo" Italian version of "En Mi Mundo"; premiered only on Disney Channel Italy
"Hoy Somos Más" 2013 Promo video for Violetta season 2
"Euforia"
(with Violetta cast)
Violetta season 2, episode 20
"Código Amistad"
(with Lodovica Comello and Candelaria Molfese)
Violetta season 2, episode 33
"On Beat"
(with Violetta cast)
Violetta season 2, episode 40
"Cómo Quieres" Violetta season 2, episode 40
"Algo Se Enciende"
(with Violetta cast)
Violetta season 2, episode 66
"Nuestro Camino"
(with Jorge Blanco)
Violetta season 2, episode 67
"Si Es Por Amor"
(with Mercedes Lambre)
Violetta season 2, episode 78
"Soy Mi Mejor Momento" Violetta season 2, episode 80
"Esto No Puede Terminar"
(with Violetta cast)
Violetta season 2, episode 80
"Libre Soy" N/A Spanish version of Idina Menzel's song "Let It Go"
"All'Alba Sorgerò" Italian version of Idina Menzel's song "Let It Go"
"Il Mio Migliore Momento" 2014
  • Jorge Nisco
  • Martín Saban
Italian version of "Soy Mi Mejor Momento"; premiered only on Disney Channel Italy
"En Gira"
(with Violetta cast)
Violetta season 3, episode 1; promo video for season 3
"Supercreativa" Violetta season 3, episode 20
"Friends 'till the End"
(with Violetta cast)
Violetta season 3, episode 53
"Abrázame y Verás"
(with Jorge Blanco)
2015 Violetta season 3, episode 80
"Crecimos Juntos"
(with Violetta cast)
Violetta season 3, episode 80
"Siempre Brillarás" 2016 Phil Andelman[112][113][114][115][116] Features scenes from Tini: The Movie
"Born to Shine" English version of "Siempre Brillarás"
"Yo Te Amo a Tí"
(with Jorge Blanco)
Scene from Tini: The Movie
"Losing the Love" Features scenes from Tini: The Movie
"Great Escape" Features guest appearance by Spanish model Pepe Barroso Silva
"Yo Me Escaparé" (Lyric video) Eric Hurley[117] Spanish version of "Great Escape"
"Yo Me Escaparé" (Dance video) N/A Released on Stoessel's official YouTube channel
"Got Me Started" Fatima Robinson[118] Excerpts of the video were used in the teaser of Stoessel's Got Me Started Tour before its official premiere
"Ya No Hay Nadie Que Nos Pare"
(featuring Sebastián Yatra)[119]
2017 Spanish version of "Got Me Started"
"Finders Keepers" (Dance video) N/A Released on Stoessel's official YouTube channel
"Si Tú Te Vas" Joaquin Combre[120] Excerpts of the video were previously used in the backdrop video for the song's performance during the Got Me Started Tour
"Todo Es Posible"
(David Bisbal featuring Tini Stoessel)
Mediaset España[121] Features scenes from Tad Jones: The Hero Returns
"All You Gotta Do" (Live video) N/A Live performance from the Got Me Started Tour show in Berlin; released on Stoessel's official YouTube channel
"Somos El Cambio"
(with Odino Faccia)
Live performance from the Red Voz por la Paz ceremony; intercut with rehearsal and behind-the-scenes footage
"Ya No Hay Nadie Que Nos Pare"
  • Jorge Nisco
  • Martín Saban
Soy Luna season 2, episode 41; solo performance
"Te Quiero Más"
(with Nacho)
Cavia & Cornas[122]
"Te Quiero Más" (Lyric video)
(with Nacho)
N/A Released on Stoessel's official YouTube channel; features guest appearances by Stoessel's fans, as well as crew members
"Princesa"
(with Karol G)
2018 Agus & Santi[123]
"Consejo de Amor"
(featuring Morat)
N/A
"La Cintura (Remix)"
(Alvaro Soler featuring Flo Rida and TINI)
Remixed version of Soler's hit single "La Cintura"
"Quiero Volver"
(with Sebastián Yatra)
David Bohorquez & Diego Peskins[124]
"Lo Malo (Remix)"
(Aitana and Ana Guerra featuring Greeicy and TINI)
N/A Remixed version of Aitana and Ana Guerra's single "Lo Malo"
"Por Que Te Vas"
(with Cali y El Dandee)
Features guest appearances by actors Celeste Cid and Juan Minujín
"Flores" (Live video)[125] 2019 Live performance from the Quiero Volver Tour show in Buenos Aires
"Wild"
(Jonas Blue featuring Chelcee Grimes, TINI and Jhay Cortez)
"Cristina"
(performed by Sebastián Yatra)
Joaquín Cambre
Nuno Gomes[126]
Stoessel guest stars in the video as the title character and sings the first lines of the song in the end; the video features footage from the Quiero Volver Tour
"22"
(with Greeicy)
N/A Features guest appearances by footballer Sergio Agüero and musician Pablo Lescano
"Sad Song" (Lyric video)
(Alesso featuring TINI)
"Sad Song"
(Alesso featuring TINI)
Rudy Mancuso[127]
"Suéltate El Pelo" Nuno Gomes[128] Features guest appearances by actress Camila Sodi and model Luna Loaiza
"Fresa"
(with Lalo Ebratt)
Daniel Durán[129]

Tours[edit]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result Ref.
2012 Kids' Choice Awards Argentina Female Newcomer Violetta Won [15]
2013 Kids' Choice Awards Argentina Favorite TV Actress Violetta Nominated [15]
Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Latin Artist Violetta Nominated [130][better source needed]
Martín Fierro Awards Female Newcomer Violetta Won [131]
2014 Kids' Choice Awards Colombia Female Newcomer Violetta Won
2016 MTV Europe Music Awards Best Latin America South Act Herself Nominated [132][133]
2019 Gardel Awards Best Female Pop Album Quiero Volver Pending [134]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Sad Song" did not enter the Billboard Mexico Airplay chart, but peaked at number 44 on the Mexico Ingles Airplay chart.[109]

References[edit]

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  116. ^ TINI - Great Escape (Official Video) on YouTube
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  118. ^ TINI - Got Me Started (Official Video) on YouTube
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  120. ^ TINI - Si Tu Te Vas (Official Video) on YouTube
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