Christian Jesús González Nodal is a Mexican singer. Born and raised in Sonora, Mexico. His first studio album, Me Dejé Llevar, was critically acclaimed and successful. Nodal has won three Latin Grammy Awards, one Lo Nuestro, two Billboard Latin Music Awards and one Latin American Music Award.
|Birth name||Christian Jesús González Nodal|
|Born||January 11, 1999, Caborca, Sonora, México|
|Instruments||Vocals, guitar, piano|
|Labels||Universal Latin, Fonovisa|
Musician and composer who rose to fame with his hit 2016 single "Adiós Amor." In 2017, he released his first studio album Me Dejé Llevar, which went platinum multiple times. In early 2020, he began appearing as a judge on the reality show La Voz.
His interest in music was sparked at the age of four when he began singing, and, from there, he began playing various instruments.
He's won three Latin Grammys throughout his career for Best Regional Mexican Song and Best Ranchero/Mariachi Album. He was nominated for a 2021 Grammy Award for Best Regional Mexican Song for his song "AYAYAY!".
His full name is Christian Jesús González Nodal. He was born into a family of musicians and singers. His parents are named Cristy and Jaime. He has a sister named Amely and a brother named Jaime Alonso. He began dating pop star Belinda on July 4, 2020. They announced their engagement in May 2021. He previously dated Fernanda Guzmán until December 2019.
He collaborated with the band Piso 21 on the 2019 song "Pa' Olvidarme de Ella.".
Singer from Sonora. Mariachi musicians. Artists from Fonovisa Records. Mexican male singer. Winner of a Latin Grammy