Miguelito (singer)

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This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Valenzuela and the second or maternal family name is Morales'm'.
Miguelito el Heredero.jpg
Background information
Birth name Miguel Ángel Valenzuela Morales
Also known as El Heredero, MTO
Born (1999-01-05) January 5, 1999 (age 18)
San Juan, Puerto Rico
Origin Corona, California
Genres Reggaeton Latin Urban
Occupation(s) Singer
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2006–present
Labels El Cartel Records (2006-2008)
Website miguelitomto.com

Miguel Angel Valenzuela Morales (born January 5, 1999), known as Miguelito is a Puerto Rican reggaeton singer. He has released seven albums and is the youngest Latin Grammy Award winner certified by the Guinness Book of Records.

Personal life[edit]

Miguelito is the youngest son of a Puerto Rican mother and a Dominican father. His family has insisted that he lives a normal life, keeping him enrolled in a private school in Dorado. He currently lives in Corona, California.

Professional career[edit]

Starting his career in Puerto Rico, he has already performed in Latin America,[1] including a 2007 tour in Ecuador, Colombia and the Dominican Republic,[2] as well as the mainland United States. He has released seven albums. In 2009, he headlined "El coquí que quiso ser sapo" a children's musical written by Sunshine Logroño, his first serious incursion in acting. Also, that same year, he was called to be the main actor of the movie directed by David Impelluso,[3] called Nadie Sabe Lo Que Tiene,[4] that came out in 2010.

Miguelito is the youngest person to win a Latin Grammy Award. He won the award for Best Latin Children's Album on November 13, 2008. He was nine years old.[5] He is known as "El Heredero" because he has admired and decided to begin his career in music because of the famous 'reggetonero' Daddy Yankee.


Miguelito has been a strong advocate against social violence. On May 29, 2011, he organized and led a march in San Juan against violence that attracted thousands of attendees, then Puerto Rico State Police Superintendent José Figueroa Sancha, former boxer Tito Trinidad and other local celebrities.[6]



  • "Boom Boom" (2006)
  • "Móntala" (2006)
  • "Esto Es Business" (2007)
  • "La Escuela (Mi Primer Amor)" (2007)
  • "Móntala (Remix)" (featuring Arcangel, Lennox, Aldo & Dandy, Tingui, & Gold2) (2007)
  • "Tranquilo Wey" (featuring [Randy]) (2008)
  • "Mochila De Amor" (featuring Divino) (2008)
  • "Al Son Del Boom" (featuring Daddy Yankee) (2008)
  • "Mochila De Amor (Remix)" (featuring Divino & Tito "El Bambino") (2008)
  • "Mi Generacion" (2008)
  • "Toma Toma (featuring Falo & Andy Boy) (2008)
  • "Si Fueramos Adultos" (2009)
  • "No Lo Se ft Lorenzo" (2010)
  • "Maquinando" (2010)
  • "Luces, Camara, Accion" (2010)
  • "Maquinando (Remix)" (2011)
  • "La Adolescencia" Con Kendo Kaponi (2012)
  • "Time After Time" (2012)
  • "Stop Bullying" (2013)
  • "Stop Bullying" Version Spanish (2013)
  • "Swaggin" (2013)
  • "Party Nonstop" (2013)
  • "Suga Suga" ft. Shawn Stockman (2014)
  • "La Cura (2014)
  • "Mi Gatita de La Higth (2014)
  • "Like That (2015)
  • "Do With It (2015)
  • "Una En 1 Millon (2015)


  1. ^ [1][dead link]
  2. ^ El Vocero de Puerto Rico
  3. ^ [2]
  4. ^ [3]
  5. ^ "ADENDI". Elnuevodia.com. 2011-10-26. Retrieved 2012-05-02. 
  6. ^ "ADENDI". Elnuevodia.com. 2011-10-26. Retrieved 2012-05-02. 

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