- 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
“Cuenta Conmigo” is a song written by Erika Ender, Sergio George, and Andy Clay which purpose is to encourage and motivate the entire Hispanic community in The United States, to participate actively and fearlessly in the 2020 Census. This activity represents the best opportunity to illustrate the size and influence of this community in the country. The Census is the most inclusive civic activity in the United States and every Hispanic must participate. The song, an original cumbia-driven anthem has the participation of regional Mexican artists such as Los Tigres Del Norte, Ana Bárbara, Natanael Cano and Fuerza Regida.
EriKonversa is a space created by Erika Ender, where interesting and trending topics are discussed weekly. This space is broadcast through her Instagram Live @erikaender every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday at 7:00 PM (Miami Time). This Tuesday we had the presence of José Luis Rodríguez "El Puma" as a special guest. "It was a very pleasant, deep and fun conversation..." This is how the Panamanian described this segment of #EriKonversa, through her social networks.
Erika Ender launches, through her social networks, the English version of "Cosas Que Echo De Menos" originally written by Ender, Luis Fernando Castillo and Santiago Castillo: BACK TO THE BASICS. The English version, written by Ender and Marty James, hints at the need to return to the basics and essential, in a world where we give more importance to external and banal things, than to what we carry inside.