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BMI AND THE GRAMMY MUSEUM® PRESENT A SPECIAL EDITION OF BMI’S “HOW I WROTE THAT SONG®” IN HONOR OF HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH

BMI (Broadcast Music, Inc.) and the GRAMMY Museum® are pleased to announce a special Hispanic Heritage Month edition of BMI’s popular “How I Wrote That Song®” series on Friday, October 15. Joining the panel is Latin GRAMMY®-nominated singer/songwriter Servando Primera and songwriter/producer Cris Chil.

The duo will share stories behind some of their chart-topping hits and give insight on the art of songwriting and producing. The panel will be moderated by BMI’s VP, Creative, Latin, Jesus Gonzalez. 

To watch, please visit watch.grammymuseum.org. Cris Chil is an Ecuadorian native and a mastermind behind mega hits like “I Can’t Get Enough” by Selena Gomez, Benny Blanco, Tainy and J Balvin, “Contra La Pared” featuring Sean Paul and J Balvin and Gente de Zona’s “Mejor Sin Ti,” to name a few. Servando Primera hails from Venezuela and comes from musical royalty.

Amongst his string of hits are “Mayores” by Becky G and Bad Bunny, “Felices Los 4” by Maluma, and the smash hit “Telepatía” by Kali Uchis, which Chil also had a hand in.  For over ten years, “How I Wrote That Song” has provided a platform for some of the best emerging and influential artists in the industry to speak on their creative process and provide aspiring songwriters the unique opportunity to learn and get insight on the making of today’s most successful hits.

The panel is now live, to watch visit watch.grammymuseum.org and join the conversation by using the hashtag #BMIHIWTS. 


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