- 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 history, 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
Erika Ender along with other personalities from different countries such as Gilberto Gil, Teresa Parodi, the Ecuadorian group Jayac and Mistah from Barbados received the “Diploma de Artistas Amigos y Amigas” from IICA for their participation in a campaign by the international organization that honored those who guarantee food supplies in times of pandemic.
The Panamanian singer-songwriter was designated as the host of the conference "Aprende sobre éxito” (Learn about success), produced and organized by the initiative of "Actívate Ecuador." This conference had previously had the participation of Mauricio Hoyos and Ismael Cala, and this time they were interested in having the presence of a female figure. “We wanted to have on the panel a woman who exposes how to achieve success using creativity. Just think, a song in Spanish became a hit worldwide, it is something that says a lot about her", says the conference organizer Daniel Molina.
"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.