Erica Ender is a Panamanian singer-songwriter, born on December 21, 1974, in Panama City, Panama. She is a versatile artist with a remarkable career in the Latin music industry. Ender gained international fame as one of the co-writers of the global hit Despacito, performed by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee.
Her musical journey began at a young age when she started writing songs and singing. Ender’s talent and dedication led her to release her debut album, Despertar, at just 13 years old. Throughout her career, she has written songs for many renowned artists, earning accolades and recognition for her songwriting abilities.
Beyond her work as a songwriter, Erica Ender is a successful performer and has released several albums, showcasing her unique voice and genre-blending style. She has also been recognized for her philanthropy and commitment to social causes, using her influence to make a positive impact.
Ender’s contribution to the music industry, both as a performer and songwriter, has solidified her position as one of Latin music’s influential figures, and she continues to inspire and captivate audiences with her artistic endeavours.