Maluma has deep meaning for his stage names

The change that the singer Maluma presented this January with respect to his stage name has raised doubts about the meaning behind

With the recent change in his stage name made by the singer Maluma, many fans wonder what is the origin of these titles chosen by Juan Luis Londoño, real name of the Colombian singer. That’s why this time we explain everything to you.

A few years ago, the 28-year-old celebrity offered an interview in which she revealed how she came up with her first stage name “Maluma”, explaining that it is a fusion of the initials of those closest to him.

My mom’s name is Marlli, my dad’s name is Luis, and my sister’s name is Manuela. So, Maluma is the union of the first letters of their names,” he revealed.

However, later the interpreter of ‘Hawái’ also began to call himself under the title of “Papi Juancho”, which was also the name of one of his albums. On this occasion, the singer sought to refer to the fact that he is no longer a child, therefore, he took “Juancho” from the nickname given to him by his real name.

At present he has changed his name to “Don Juan”, of which there is still no explanation of what it means, but he is expected to offer it shortly.

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Ashley Johnson
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