Maná
Maná

Maná

MEXRock, Pop Rock
17,402,533 monthly listeners
  • 10.4M followers
  • 5.8M subscribers
  • 2.1M followers
  • 196.7K followers
  • 27K followers

Maná's Top Spotify Songs

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Oye Mi Amor
3.2M streams
2
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Rayando El Sol
2M streams
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Clavado En Un Bar
1.8M streams
4
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Bendita Tu Luz
1.8M streams
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En El Muelle De San Blas
1.6M streams
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Maná's YouTube Videos

420.3M
Views
Maná - Mi Verdad a dueto con Shakira (Video Oficial)
Youtube
420.3M views
Feb 08, 2015
408.3M
Views

Maná - Amor Clandestino (Video Oficial)

OficialMana

Maná - Amor Clandestino (Video Oficial)
Youtube
408.3M views
Jul 07, 2011
384M
Views
Maná - Mariposa Traicionera (Video Oficial)
Youtube
384M views
Feb 02, 2010

Maná's Chart Ranks

Past 12 Months

Events119 Events

Feb-Mar
25-01
Festival de Viña del Mar
Chile
CHL
, Viña del MarN/A N/A
Mar
16-17
Vive Latino
Mexico
MEX
, Álvaro ObregónN/A N/A
Mar
29-31
Tecate Pa'l Norte
Mexico
MEX
, MonterreyN/A N/A
Apr
17
Maná at Estadio Nacional
Peru
PER
, Lima30000 + Stadium
May
24-26
BottleRock Napa Valley
United States
USA
, NapaN/A N/A
Dec
03
Maná at Yaamava'' Theater
United States
USA
, Highland2500 - 5000 Other
Past
Dec
02-02
Besame Mucho Festival
United States
USA
, Los AngelesN/A N/A
Past
Dec
01
Maná at Save Mart Center
United States
USA
, Fresno10000 - 30000 Hall
Past
Nov
25
Maná at Kia Forum
United States
USA
, Inglewood10000 - 30000 Hall
Past
Nov
24
Maná at Kia Forum
United States
USA
, Inglewood10000 - 30000 Hall
Past

Maná's Upcoming Events17 Events

  • Festival de Viña del Mar festival

    Peso Pluma, Anitta, Manuel Turizo, Maria Becerra, Maná, Mora, Alejandro Sanz, Andrea Bocelli, Miranda!, Men At Work, Los Bunkers, YOUNG CISTER
    CHL, Viña del Mar
    Big
  • Vive Latino festival

    Junior H, Maná, Cartel De Santa, Paramore, Scorpions, Kings of Leon, Kevin Kaarl, YSY A, La Adictiva, C-Kan, DannyLux, Belanova, Hombres G, Greta Van Fleet, Portugal. The Man, No Te Va Gustar, Millonario, Babasónicos, Panteon Rococo, Fito Páez, Black Veil Brides, Rawayana, AlcolirykoZ, The Warning, Sabino, Los Cafres, José Madero, Bad Religion, La Vela Puerca, Future Islands, Slot Machine, Jorge Drexler, Semisonic, James, BRATTY, Depresión Sonora, Los Lobos, Wiplash, Silvana Estrada, Poolside, Yves Tumor, Renee, Jaze, Isaac et Nora, La Banda Bastön, Genitallica, Lori Meyers, La Pegatina, Lng/SHT, Gogol Bordello, Kchiporros, Muerdo, Dante Spinetta, Ralphie Choo, Peces Raros, Akil Ammar, Stilo, Diamante Eléctrico, Los Choclok, La Castañeda, El Columpio Asesino, Sara Hebe, Mexican Institute Of Sound, DePedro, Los Zigarros, Prayers, INSITE, Marissa Mur, San Pascualito Rey, Sussie 4, Chingadazo de Kung Fu, Out Of Control Army, Las Ultrasónicas, Sonido Gallo Negro, La Bande-Son Imaginaire, KERIGMA, Cabra, LOS MUCHACHOS, Florian, Sgt. Papers, Troker, Nash, Warning, THE RAMBLERS, Los Infierno, BuenRostro, Sad Breakfast, VAQUERO
    MEX, Álvaro Obregón
    Mega
  • Tecate Pa'l Norte festival

    Peso Pluma, Imagine Dragons, Fuerza Regida, Anitta, Kendrick Lamar, Kenia Os, Alok, Santa Fe Klan, Gabito Ballesteros, Maná, blink-182, Danna Paola, Chencho Corleone, Danny Ocean, Lost Frequencies, Oscar Maydon, Keane, Khea, Kevin Kaarl, Inna, Humbe, Aitana, Aleman, Thirty Seconds To Mars, R3hab, Dread Mar I, Louis Tomlinson, Lola Indigo, MC Davo, Yng Lvcas, LATIN MAFIA, Sum 41, Alvaro Diaz, Los Enanitos Verdes, Belanova, Icona Pop, Cuarteto de Nos, Mario Bautista, Bomba Estéreo, MEN I TRUST, Deorro, Placebo, Yoss Bones, Young the Giant, Rawayana, Ari Abdul, The Blessed Madonna, Enjambre, Royal Blood, La Delio Valdez, Natos y Waor, DLD, Daniel, me estás matando, Lagos, Bad Religion, The Vaccines, Elsa Y Elmar, Elena Rose, Aterciopelados, Leo Rizzi, Highly Suspect, mehro, LP Giobbi, Nsqk, Bruses, BRATTY, Depresión Sonora, Turnstile, Infected Mushroom, Emmit Fenn, El Mató A Un Policía Motorizado, LEISURE, Allison, Kinky, Justin Morales, Jesse Baez, Devendra Banhart, La Banda Bastön, DJ Seinfeld, Electric Guest, Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra (東京スカパラダイスオーケストラ), Viva Suecia, Pablito Mix, MARIANA BO, Satin Jackets, Reyno, The Snuts, Los Estramboticos, Genitallica, Anfisa Letyago, MS NINA, La Pegatina, legallyrxx, Tiga, The Aces, Hello Seahorse!, Technicolor Fabrics, Los Mesoneros, Silvestre Y La Naranja, Girl Ultra, Marcos Menchaca, Tom & Collins, Nicho Hinojosa, La Garfield, Orión, CLUBZ, Generationals, Cimafunk, AQUIHAYAQUIHAY, Zimmer, Rayben, Azzecca, Ivana, Nick Warren, Goldroom, Andre VII, BoomBox, Sexy Zebras, Lee Burridge, Jay de la Cueva, ALLEYCVT, Javier Blake, Queralt Lahoz, The Wookies, Finde, CoolestAndie, Disco Bahía, Jacob Groening, Lara Project, Noizekid, Agudelo888, GRLS, Leo Leonski, Chucho Teliz, Grenda, VAQUERO, Aiamwhy
    MEX, Monterrey
    Mega
  • Maná at Estadio Nacional

    Maná
    Estadio Nacional
    PER, Lima
    Stadium30K+
  • BottleRock Napa Valley festival

    Ed Sheeran, Kali Uchis, Megan Thee Stallion, Bebe Rexha, The Kid LAROI, Stephen Sanchez, Maná, T-Pain, Nelly, The Offspring, Pearl Jam, BoyWithUke, Jessie Murph, Oliver Tree, Norah Jones, Dominic Fike, Queens of the Stone Age, All Time Low, Stevie Nicks, St. Vincent, Cannons, Action Bronson, Royel Otis, Stephen Marley, Cold War Kids, Monsieur Periné, The Beaches, Holly Humberstone, Miike Snow, My Morning Jacket, Talib Kweli, Jack Kays, Tors, LaRussell, Gogol Bordello, The Scarlet Opera, Say She She, Tower Of Power, Colony House, MonoNeon, The Record Company, Pete Yorn, The Moss, Bully, Momma, Chris Shiflett, Dehd, Windser, Fleece, ALEXSUCKS, John Cruz, Mondo Cozmo, The Soul Rebels, Deep Sea Diver, The Aquadolls, Forrest Day, Moonalice, Brittany Davis, Grace McKagan, Con Brio, Chevy Metal, Celisse, Sophia Zamani, Akira Galaxy, Linka Moja, Jane Leo, Band Called LoveJoy, Sage Bava, Jared Harper, Mama Said, The Alive, DJ Umami, Napa Valley Youth Symphony, Naima, The Silverado Pickups, Loveless
    USA, Napa
    Mega

Maná's Past Events102 Events

  • Maná at Yaamava'' Theater

    Maná
    Yaamava' Theater
    USA, Highland
    Other2.5K - 5K
  • Besame Mucho Festival festival

    Reik, Los Angeles Azules, Maná, Jesse & Joy, La Arrolladora Banda El Limón, Alejandro Fernandez, Los Tucanes De Tijuana, Camila, Gloria Trevi, La Adictiva, Natalia Lafourcade, Belinda, Los Bukis, Pepe Aguilar, Conjunto Primavera, Banda El Recodo, Cardenales De Nuevo León, Los Enanitos Verdes, Grupo Niche, Hombres G, Café Tacvba, Emmanuel, Mägo de Oz, Bomba Estéreo, Caifanes, Los Invasores De Nuevo León, Molotov, Los Caminantes, Amanda Miguel, Vilma Palma e Vampiros, Enjambre, Grupo Cañaveral, Banda Machos, La Ley, El Haragán y Cía, La Unión, Ramón Ayala y Sus Bravos del Norte, Duncan Dhu, Aterciopelados, Ska-P, Los Amigos Invisibles, Kaia Lana, Maldita Vecindad, Magneto, Los Lobos, Paquita La Del Barrio, Mikel Erentxun, Angeles del Infierno, Ilegales, Plastilina Mosh, Grupo Soñador, Grupo Kual, Mala Fe, Banda Vallarta Show, Los Karkik's, Banda Zeta, Caballo Dorado, Victimas Del Doctor Cerebro, Ronda Bogotá, Rafa Sanchez, MAR, Ramón Ayala, Su Majestad Mi Banda el Mexicano de Casimiro Zamudio
    USA, Los Angeles
    Big
  • Maná at Save Mart Center

    Maná
    Save Mart Center
    USA, Fresno
    Hall10K - 30K
  • Maná at Kia Forum

    Maná
    Kia Forum
    USA, Inglewood
    Hall10K - 30K
  • Maná at Kia Forum

    Maná
    Kia Forum
    USA, Inglewood
    Hall10K - 30K

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More about Maná

Overview of Pop Rock musician Maná

A renowned rock group from Guadalajara, Mexico, called Maná is well-known for its energetic sound, which combines rock and pop elements. Since the late 1980s, the band has been recording music and has grown to have a huge fan base throughout Latin America and beyond. Their appealing melodies, energetic rhythms, and stirring lyrics frequently address issues of social justice, environmentalism, and love.

Maná has received various honors and prizes for their music, including four Grammy prizes and eight Latin Grammy Awards. They are one of the most popular rock bands in Mexican history. It is impossible to overstate their influence on Latin American music, and their unique and impassioned approach to rock music continues to influence new generations of performers.

Maná has established themselves as a cultural icon for millions of followers all around the world because to their electrifying live performances and contagious music. Their position as one of the greatest rock bands of all time is assured, and their music is still as important and current as ever.

What are the most popular songs for Pop Rock musician Maná?

Some of the most recognizable songs in the Rock and Pop Rock genre were created by Maná, the renowned rock group from Guadalajara, Mexico. With its evocative lyrics and energetic melody, "Mariposa Traicionera - 2020 Remasterizado" is a classic song that has lasted the test of time and never fails to mesmerize listeners. "Mi Verdad (feat. Shakira)," another timeless success, exemplifies the band's adaptability and capacity to work with outstanding musicians.

Two of Maná's most well-known songs, "Labios Compartidos" and "Oye Mi Amor," are well-known for drawing large crowds during their live performances. The first song's upbeat pace gets everyone up and dancing, while the second is a tender ballad that displays the band's more delicate side. Another well-known song with a remarkable fusion of rock and pop elements is "Clavado En Un Bar."

Maná's "Rayando El Sol" has been covered by a number of artists over the years and has grown to serve as something of an anthem for their followers. Two songs from the album—"Bendita Tu Luz" and "Amor Clandestino"—showcase the band's skill as songwriters and their capacity to produce music that connects with listeners from different backgrounds. Beautiful song "En El Muelle De San Blas" conveys a moving story and exemplifies the band's capacity to make music that is universally accessible.

Finally, Maná's repertoire is replete with classic songs that have solidified their reputation as one of the finest rock bands ever. What distinguishes them from other musicians in the genre is their capacity to combine rock and pop elements to produce music that is both catchy and meaningful. Maná has had a career spanning several decades, and their music still manages to move and enthrall audiences.

What are the latest songs and music albums for Pop Rock musician Maná?

Over three decades have passed since Maná, a renowned pop rock group from Guadalajara, Mexico, began recording music. 2015 saw the release of their most recent album, "Cama Incendiada," which included the songs "La Prision," "Ironia," and "Somos Mas Americanos." Their distinctive sound, fusing rock, pop, and Latin rhythms, is on display in this album, which has also received recognition for its socially aware lyrics.

"Te Llore Un Rio," their most recent song, was released in 2022 and has since been immensely popular with listeners. A strong ballad with moving lyrics and soaring melody, the song is compelling. Other recent songs are "Eres Mi Religion," "Mariposa Traicionera," and "El Reloj Cucu (feat. Mabel)," all of which were released in 2021.

Maná's music has always been known for its potent political and social commentary, which touches on topics like environmental protection, human rights, and cultural identity. One of the most popular and enduring Latin American bands of all time, their music has found a home with listeners around the globe.

Finally, with their most recent album "Cama Incendiada" and recent singles like "Te Llore Un Rio" and "Mariposa Traicionera," Maná continues to make powerful, socially conscious music. They have been a cherished and significant band for more than three decades thanks to their distinctive fusion of rock, pop, and Latin rhythms and their dedication to significant social and political problems.

Which are the most important music performances and festival appearances for Pop Rock musician Maná?

Maná, one of Guadalajara, Mexico's most popular Rock/Pop Rock bands, has performed at numerous significant festivals over the course of their career. The Starlite Festival, Besame Mucho Festival, and Festival Catrina are a few of their best festival appearances.

One of their most illustrious concerts took place at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada, in front of a packed house of more than 16,000 fans. Another notable performance was when they gave a spirited two-hour concert at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, California. Maná has also performed at venues such the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, the United Center in Chicago, Illinois, and the Kia Forum in Atlanta, Georgia.

Over 8,000 spectators watched Maná play at the Starlite Festival in Marbella, Spain. They were applauded standing ovation for their performance. Another significant festival engagement for the band was at the Besame Mucho Festival in Mexico City, where they performed alongside other notable Latin performers. Maná was the headlining act at the Festival Catrina in Puebla, Mexico, where she performed for over 40,000 fans.

Maná has largely had a positive influence on the Rock/Pop Rock music landscape and has performed to packed houses at some of the largest venues and festivals across the world. Many fans have been impacted and motivated by their music, and their live performances have earned a legendary status.

Which are the most important collaborations with other musicians for Pop Rock musician Maná?

The renowned Mexican rock band Maná has worked with a number of well-known musicians over the course of their career. Among their most notable joint efforts are "Mi Verdad (feat. Shakira)," "Rayando El Sol (feat. Pablo Alboran)," "Baila Morena," "De Pies A Cabeza," and "El verdadero amor perdona - dueto con Prince Royce."

One of Maná's most well-known musical pairings is "Mi Verdad (ft. Shakira). Shakira performs the song with Maná's lead singer, Fher Olvera, and both have strong vocals. The lyrics of the song are about two people who have grown apart and are attempting to reconcile. The fan favorite "Mi Verdad" features both Shakira and Maná's distinctive vocal ranges.

Another outstanding project for Maná is "El verdadero amor perdona - dueto con Prince Royce". In addition to Fher Olvera, bachata singer Prince Royce also performs on the song. The lyrics of the song speak of second chances in a loving relationship and forgiveness. A distinctive and enduring track is produced by fusing Prince Royce's bachata style with Maná's rock sound.

In conclusion, Maná's associations with Shakira, Prince Royce, Pablo Alboran, Zucchero, and Nicky Jam have all aided in their rise to prominence as one of Latin America's most important rock bands. Maná's diversity as a band is demonstrated by the distinct styles and sounds that each partnership brings to the table.

What do people also ask about Pop Rock musician Maná?


How did the Maná get its name?

To acquire notoriety on a global scale, Maná adopted the moniker "Maná," which is Polynesian for "positive energy." Fher Olvera, the singer, Juan and Ulises Calleros, the guitarist and bassist, and Alex Gonzalez, the drummer, made up the band.


How old is Maná?

The 42-year-old band Mana has a long history and has worked with bands like The Eagles and Kanye West. With 10 million copies sold worldwide, they currently hold the record for the best-selling Latin rock album in history.


Who is the singer in Maná?

Fher


Why is mana famous?

With over 40 million records sold worldwide, the band Mana is renowned for being one of the best-selling Latin music performers and the most successful Latin American band of all time.


Where is Maná originally from?

Guadalajara, Mexico


How many Grammys does Maná have?

Maná has won 15 Premios Lo Nuestro awards, 19 Billboard Latin Music Awards, 8 Latin Grammy Awards, 5 MTV Video Music Awards for Latin America, 6 Premios Juventud awards, and 4 Grammy Awards.


Who wrote Mana songs?

The original Mana songs were written by drummer Alex González and frontman Fher Olvera.


What song made Mana famous?

"Mariposa Traicionera" is the song that made Mana famous.


How rich is mana?

Maná is a Mexican rock band with a collective net worth of $10 million.


What is the original meaning of mana?

mana originally meant "power, authority, supernatural power" and comes from the Maori language.


Where is mana originally from?

Guadalajara, Mexico.


How did mana start?

In 1986, the members of Maná—singer Fher Olvero, guitarist Ulises Calleros, bassist Juan Diego Calleros (Ulises' brother), and Cuban-Colombian drummer Alex Gonzalez—met in the Mexican city of Guadalajara and first signed with Polygram.


Why is the band Maná called Maná?

Maná choose their name based on the Polynesian term for "positive energy" in order to become well-known all over the world. Fher Olvera, Juan and Ulises Calleros, and Alex Gonzalez make up the band.


What is Maná energy?

In Melanesian and Polynesian mythology, mana energy is the spiritual life force energy or healing power that permeates the universe.


How many Grammys has Maná won?

Maná has won 15 Premios Lo Nuestro awards, 19 Billboard Latin Music Awards, 8 Latin Grammy Awards, 5 MTV Video Music Awards for Latin America, 6 Premios Juventud awards, and 4 Grammy Awards.


Is Maná from Spain?

Mexican pop rock group Maná is from Guadalajara, Jalisco. Guitarist/vocalist Fher Olvera, drummer Alex Gonzalez, guitarist Sergio Vallin, and bassist Juan Calleros make up the group's current lineup.


How popular is Maná?

The biggest and most well-known pop-rock Latin performers are Maná, who are from Mexico. Eight Latin Grammy Awards, 19 Billboard Latin Music Awards, and six Premios Juventud Awards have all been won by the musical ensemble. The band has made great progress during the course of its musical career.


How did Maná become famous?

Maná rose to prominence after Suenos Liquidos' 1997 release, particularly in the United States. Their inclusion of the song "Corazon Espinado" on Carlos Santana's Supernatural CD as well as the 1999 debut of MTV Unplugged further cemented their notoriety.


Where is Maná from?

Guadalajara, Mexico.


Why is mana so important?

Maná is significant since it was regarded as a sign of prominence and prestige. It may be passed down through genes or gained through deeds, and chiefs in particular worked to keep their mana levels at a high level.


What can mana do?

Players employ mana, a resource, to fuel magic weaponry. Until it regenerates, its depletion makes it impossible to employ magic weapons.


What is mana in human body?

According to the Huna people of Hawaii, mana is the fundamental life energy that moves through the body in waves, producing a figure-eight as it flows down the left leg, back up to the right shoulder, and then in reverse pattern down the right leg and up to the left shoulder.


What does mana stand for?

In the native Hawaiian culture, mana stands for spiritual energy of power and strength.


What is an example of mana?

Maná Tangata is the power that a person acquires based on their aptitude and diligence in learning specific talents and knowledge. For instance, according to the rule of law of Tumatauenga, the god of war, a skillful warrior may obtain mana through the skills of combat and warfare.