Alberto Aguilera Valadez, known professionally as Juan Gabriel, was a Mexican singer, songwriter, and actor. Colloquially nicknamed Juanga and El Divo de Juárez, Juan Gabriel was known for his flamboyant style, which broke barriers within the Latin music industry.
Singer-songwriter Juan Gabriel was one of Latin America’s best-selling singer-songwriters. He made 32 records, sold over 30 million albums, and wrote over 1,800 songs. Gabriel produced other artists and many artists covered his songs. He was a tremendously influential Latin artist across the Americas.
And now, the Mexican Airline Vivaerobus paid tribute to Juan Gabriel with a unique design in pink tones and an image of the iconic singer, which you will be able to fly starting today, Wednesday, September 14th.
The aircraft was presented at the Monterrey International Airport and is part of a campaign to promote the next posthumous material of the “Divo de Juárez.”
“The album contains original and unreleased songs and is the first of its kind since he passed away in 2016. The new song shows the immense love that Juan Gabriel had for his native country, Mexico,” the company reported.