Good things come in small packages! Gianmarco Morales He is the boy from Piura who, at just 9 years old, managed to conquer the hearts of all of Peru and won the prize as the most voted artist of “La voz kids”. It should be remembered that, of the four finalists who remained in the singing reality show, the northerner was the youngest participant.
The singer, also known as the ‘Charrito of heart’, he arrived a little shy at the blind auditions of the Latina program and, although he did not make all the coaches turn around, he received the support of his teacher Víctor Muñoz, with whom he managed to raise the cup. Next, we will give you all the details about the prize that the talented boy won.
Gianmarco Morales won “The Voice Kids”
This December 6, the 2022 season of “La voz kids” came to an end, after several months in which viewers enjoyed all the talent of the little ones who participated in the singing program. That is how we saw the presentations of Steve Kidman, Facundo Sanz Barcelli, Douglas Mogollon Y Gianmarco Morales as representatives of each of the coaches.
However, the public decided and crowned the small in age, but great in talent, Gianmarco Morales. He interpreted “The King” and “Canto a la madre”.
What is the award that Gianmarco Morales received?
As the same franchise does in other countries, the program “La voz kids” will reward the singer Gianmarco Morales with an exclusive contract with the music production company Universal Music, which will be in charge of making his first video clip and promoting it.
On the television set, the talented boy from Piura received a significant trophy, as did his coach, the Venezuelan Víctor Muñoz. Unlike other contests, this television space does not offer any monetary incentive.
Gianmarco made Eva Ayllón cry
At the beginning of the last season of “La voz kids”, the little Gianmarco Morales surprised in his first audition by singing the song “Que somos amantes” by the singer Eva Ayllón.
The artist could not help but show her emotion at the interpretation of the less, she got up from her place and approached the stage to hug him. “What we do for the children is important, when a child sings what you do is that the task is accomplished,” said Ayllón.