Prince Royce Concerts Tickets

The bachata king of the Bronx, Prince Royce is Latin music royalty through and through and is every bit the international star! His chart-topping tunes and high-profile collaborations have seen him soar in recent years and although he's still young, he is one of the most exciting voices in Latin music right now!

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Prince Royce & Wisin

Friday - 08:00 pm - Boardwalk Hall Arena - Boardwalk Hall - Atlantic City, NJ



Born and raised in The Bronx, New York City, Prince Royce (born Geoffrey Royce Rojas) was a musical child, who took part in choirs and stage shows throughout his childhood. At the age of 13, Royce began writing poetry, which soon developed into songwriting.


2004-2009: Beginnings

Aged 15, Royce began making music with his friend José Chusán, better known as "Jino". They named their duo "Jino and Royce, El Dúo Real". The following year, he began performing under the name "Prince Royce" and began making music with his record producer friends "L Snipe & Vinny" aka Donzell Rodríguez and Vincent Outerbridge. In 2007, they met with Atlantic Records but nothing came of the meeting.

By the time he was 19, Royce had decided to concentrate on making bachata music, with reggaeton in decline in the Latin music world. He met producer Andrés Hidalgo, who upon hearing his demos, instantly offered to become his manager. Hidalgo in turn introduced Royce to record producer Sergio George, who him to his label, Top Stop Music.

2010-2011: Prince Royce

Prince Royce’s eponymous debut album was released on March 2, 2010. The album peaked at number one on both the Billboard Top Latin Albums and Tropical Albums charts. It reached number four in Chile and number 15 in Venezuela, and also charted on the Billboard 200. By 2020, the album was certified 10-times platinum by the RIAA (Latin). It launched four singles: "Stand By Me", "Corazón Sin Cara", "El Amor Que Perdimos" and "Mi Última Carta". "Corazón Sin Cara", the album’s second single, reached number one on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs and Tropical Songs charts in the US, where it was the best-performing Latin song of 2011. "Stand by Me" (a cover of Ben E. King's 1961 song) also peaked at number one on the US Billboard Tropical Songs chart, and reached the top 10 of the US Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart.

Royce’s debut earned him a nomination for Best Contemporary Tropical Album at the Latin Grammy Awards of 2011, where he sang his cover of "Stand by Me" alongside Ben E. King. Royce won three awards in the Tropical genre at the 2011 Premio Lo Nuestro Awards, including Male Artist of the Year, New Soloist or Group of the Year, and Song of the Year for "Stand by Me". He also received six awards nominations at the 2011 Latin Billboard Music Awards, winning three of them: Tropical Airplay Solo Artist of the Year, Tropical Album of the Year for Prince Royce, and Tropical Albums Solo Artist of the Year.

Later in 2011, Royce collaborated with Puerto Rican reggaeton artist Daddy Yankee on the song "Ven Conmigo", which was included on the latter's album, Prestige (2012). It peaked at number nine on the US Hot Latin Songs chart, making it his third top 10 single on the chart. May 2011 brought an English-language album deal with Atlantic Records in a joint partnership with the Top Stop Music label.

Starting in mid-September 2011, Royce joined Pitbull as a special guest for part of Enrique Iglesias’ Euphoria Tour. The following month, Royce featured on the bachata remix of Mexican rock band Maná’s single "El Verdadero Amor Perdona", which went on to top the US Hot Latin Songs chart, making it his second Hot Latin Songs number one.

2012: Phase II and #1s

Royce’s second studio album, Phase II, was released on April 10, 2012. Containing songs in both English and Spanish, it peaked at number 16 on the Billboard 200 and number one on both the US Top Latin Albums and Tropical Albums charts. The album's lead single, "Las Cosas Pequeñas" debuted at number one on the Billboard Tropical Songs chart and went on to reach number one on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart. "Incondicional" and "Te Me Vas", its follow-ups, both peaked at number two on the US Hot Latin Songs chart.

Six months after its release, Phase II was certified platinum by the RIAA. The album also went on to be nominated for Best Tropical Fusion Album at the Latin Grammy Awards of 2012. November 2012 saw the release of #1's, a compilation album that debuted at number three on the Billboard Latin Albums chart. The album was also certified platinum by the RIAA and was later nominated for Tropical Album of the Year at the 2014 Latin Billboard Music Awards.

2013: Soy el Mismo

Royce signed a record deal with Sony Music Entertainment in April 2013, in order to release his third Spanish-language studio album under Sony Music Latin and debut English-language recording under RCA Records. That same year, Royce was honored with the BMI Latin Songwriter of the Year. He also became one of the three coaches on Telemundo's La Voz Kids, a singing competition featuring children aged 7–15 with a $50,000 prize for their education. He was on the show for two seasons and was the winning coach for the first season with his team member Paola Guanche, and again in the second season with Amanda Mena.

In July 2013, Royce released the single "Darte un Beso", which reached number one on multiple Latin charts and was certified three-times platinum by the RIAA (Latin). The single preceded his next album, Soy el Mismo, which was released on October 8, 2013, and reached number fourteen on the Billboard 200. The album earned Royce his second nomination for Best Contemporary Tropical Album at the Latin Grammy Awards of 2014, as well as three nominations at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards: Top Latin Artist, Top Latin Album for Soy el Mismo, and Top Latin Song for "Darte un Beso". He went on to win the award for Streaming Song of the Year at the 2014 Latin Billboard Music Awards for "Darte un Beso".

2014-2015: Double Vision

In April 2014, Royce teamed up with Brazilian musician Michel Teló to record a Portuguese-language version of "Darte un Beso" under the title "Te Dar um Beijo". That November, he released "Stuck on a Feeling" featuring Snoop Dogg - the first single from his fourth studio album, Double Vision. The single reached number 43 on the Billboard Hot 100, making it his highest-charting single in the US to date. In early-2015, he contributed the song "My Angel" to the soundtrack album for the blockbuster film Furious 7 (2015). That March, he released "Qué Cosas Tiene el Amor", a collaboration with Dominican Republic singer Anthony Santos. He was also announced that month as the opening act for 40 dates of  Ariana Grande's The Honeymoon Tour.

"Back It Up", featuring Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull, was released in May 2015. It reached number ten on the US Latin Pop Songs chart and number ninety-two on the Billboard Hot 100. The Spanish-language version of the song was nominated for the Latin Grammy Award for Best Urban Song. Double Vision, Royce's first primarily English-language album, was released on July 24, 2015, peaking at number 21 on the Billboard 200.

2016-2017: Five

The single "Culpa al Corazón" was released in November 2015. It was followed in January 2016 by "Solo Yo" – a duet with Mexican singer Sofía Reyes. "Solo Yo" received a nomination for Pop Song of the Year at the Premios Lo Nuestro 2017 awards ceremony. An English-language version of the song, "Nobody But Me", was released as a single on March 11, 2016. That July, Royce embarked on a North American concert tour with Pitbull, titled The Bad Man Tour. The same month, he lent his voice to "Hands", a charity single recorded alongside 26 fellow artists as a tribute to victims of the Orlando nightclub shooting.

Royce's fifth studio album, Five, was released on February 24, 2017, by Sony Music Latin. It features guest appearances from Shakira, Chris Brown, Zendaya, Farruko, Gerardo Ortíz, Gente de Zona, and Arturo Sandoval. It became Royce's fourth number-one album on the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart in the US and launched the singles "La Carretera", "Moneda", "Ganas Locas", and "Déjà Vu". "Déjà Vu" was certified nine-times platinum by the RIAA.

In late-2017, Royce released "100 Años", a collaboration with American musical duo Ha*Ash from their album  30 de Febrero (2017). He followed with another collaborative single - "Sensualidad" with producers DJ Luian and Mambo Kingz and rappers Bad Bunny and J Balvin – which became a new top 10 hit for Royce on the US Hot Latin Songs chart.

2018-present: Alter Ego

Royce released several singles throughout 2018 and 2019 ahead of his sixth studio album, Alter Ego. Amongst these is "Bubalú", a collaboration with producers DJ Luian and Mambo Kingz featuring Puerto Rican rapper Anuel AA and American singer Becky G, which reached the top 30 on the Hot Latin Songs chart in the US.

Alter Ego was released on February 7, 2020, debuting at number one on the Billboard Latin Albums chart. It includes guest appearances from DaniLeigh, Marc Anthony, Wisin & Yandel, Zion & Lennox, Manuel Turizo, and Maluma. "Carita de Inocente", a single from the album, spent a record-breaking 29 weeks at number-one on the Billboard Latin Tropical Airplay chart.


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