Oct 2, 2021
music is like an island without borders.
Afro-Cuban singer/songwriter Aymée Nuviola didn’t earn the nickname “La Sonera del Mundo” for nothing. As a tireless advocate for the Afro-LatinX and Afro-Cuban community, Nuviola is also an ambassador of Latin music of all varieties, seamlessly transitioning from genre to genre with a classically trained foundation. She’s released several acclaimed albums and toured all over the world, earned a GRAMMY and a Latin GRAMMY, collaborated on multiple GRAMMY-winning albums, portrayed musical icon Celia Cruz in the Telemundo series, Celia, and was hailed as one of People En Español’s “25 Most Powerful Ladies of 2021.” In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, BMI caught up with Nuviola to discuss her remarkable career, her creative roots and her passionate role as an emissary for music.