Chilean singer/songwriter and actress Mon Laferte blends rock, blues, pop, bolero, and electronic elements in her music. Born Norma Monserrat Bustamante Laferte in Viña del Mar, she began playing guitar at age ten, entered a musical conservatory at age 13, and later played gigs in Valparaiso. She began performing as Mon Laferte after moving to Mexico City in 2007, where she released the album Desechable in 2011. Amidst many live performances, Laferte continued her solo career, issuing 2013's Tornasol and 2015's Mon Laferte, Vol. 1. On 2017's La Trenza, she collaborated with Enrique Bunbury, Juanes, and Manuel Garcia. It peaked at number 13 on the Latin Pop Albums chart. Its lead single “Amárrame" featuring Juanes, took home the Latin Grammy for Best Alternative Song. In 2018, she release te stand alone single “Antes de Ti”, before joining Juanes on the road for a North American co-headining tour.