- Winner of multiple awards and honors.
- The youngest composer to be inducted into the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame.
The composer of the Number One song with the best-selling streaming and reach in the worldwide history of music.
The only Hispanic woman with a Grammy nomination for SONG OF THE YEAR with the longest #1 in Billboard lhistory, and with a #1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart with a Spanish-language song.
Her compositions are on more than 200 albums and she has more than 40 multi-territorial singles topping the charts.
AWARDS & HONORS
LA MUSA Awards LSHOF
Latin Recording Academy of Arts and Sciences
SESAC Latina Music Awards
HITS AS A SONGWRITER
Despacito - 2017
"Demasiado Frágiles," written by Erika Ender and performed by the renowned Mexican singer Gloria Trevi, invites us to delve deeper into reflection, making us recognize how fragile and vulnerable human beings are to the world.
EriKonversa, a space created by Erika Ender to broadcast via her Instagram Live has become an activity her followers look forward to on a weekly basis. In each digital meeting, more and more personalities from different fields are invited to share their story, their projects, and interesting facts that weren’t known about them. Until now, Nicolás Felizola, José Luis Rodríguez, Rosana Arbelo, Desmond Child, Isabel Lascurain, Ricardo Chávez, San Luis, Patricia De León, Diana Reyes, Lourdes Del Río, José Javier Díaz and Ana Isabelle have participated. #EriKonversa every Monday and Wednesday at 7:00 PM (Miami Time) on Instagram Live @erikaender.
Dedicated to the art of music for the past 35 years, American Songwriter is an international website, magazine, and podcast network. In Erika Ender’s interview, the Panamanian singer-songwriter spoke about her beginnings in the music industry as a songwriter and shared her most recent singles: “Cosas Que Echo De Menos” and, the English version, “Back To The Basics,” which were released in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.