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Jesse & Joy
Jesse & Joy by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Jesse (left) and Joy (right) in 2017
Background information
OriginMexico City, Mexico
GenresPop rock, Latin pop, folk
Occupation(s)Singers, songwriters, multi-instrumentalists
Years active2005–present
LabelsWarner Music Mexico
Websitejesseyjoy.com
MembersJesse Eduardo Huerta Uecke
(1982-12-31) December 31, 1982 (age 35)
Tirzah Joy Huerta Uecke
(1986-06-20) June 20, 1986 (age 32)

Jesse & Joy (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈɟʝesi i ˈʝoi]) is a Mexican pop duo formed in 2005 by brother and sister; Jesse, male (born December 31, 1982, as Jesse Eduardo Huerta Uecke[1]) and Joy, female (born June 20, 1986,[2] as Tirzah Joy Huerta Uecke[3]), from Mexico City. With a 2017 Grammy win for Best Latin Pop Album, Un Besito Más,[4] and six Latin Grammy's, the duo released their latest single, “3 A.M.,” a collaboration with Cuban duo Gente De Zona.[5]

Early life and career

Their parents are from Mexico City and the United States (Mexican father and American mother). In 2001, when they were 18 and 15 years old, respectively, they began writing lyrics and songs with their father. They were signed under the Warner label on April 18, 2005.[1] Jesse plays the piano, the guitar, and sings some backup for the songs, while Joy plays the guitar and is the lead vocalist.[1][2]

Introduced at the 2005 Mexican Teletón, Jesse & Joy released their debut album Esta Es Mi Vida in 2006 through Warner Music Mexico. Their debut single, "Espacio Sideral", was certified Gold by the Asociación Mexicana de Productores de Fonogramas y Videogramas (AMPROFON). The album reached the top twenty on the Mexican Album Chart, was certified Platinum by the AMPROFON, and helped the duo to win the Latin Grammy Award for Best New Artist the next year.[6][7]

In 2008, the duo released the Esto Es Lo Que Soy EP featuring "Espacio Sideral", "Ya No Quiero", "Volveré,” "Llegaste Tú", and a new song called "Esto Es Lo Que Soy,” used in the Mexican telenovela Las Tontas No Van al Cielo, starring Jaqueline Bracamontes and Jaime Camil.[8]Their single "Llegaste tú" was used in Televisa's 2007 soap opera Tormenta en el Paraiso.

In 2009, their second studio album, Electricidad, was released. The album was certified Gold by the AMPROFON and included singles "Adiós” and "Chocolate". ¿Con Quién Se Queda El Perro? was released as their third studio album in 2011. The album was certified 2× Platinum by the AMPROFON, and included singles "Me Voy", "¡Corre!" and "La de la Mala Suerte".

In 2011, Jesse & Joy released ¿Con Quién Se Queda El Perro?, which, along with their songs, received six Latin Grammy Awards and five nominations. In 2012, their single "¡Corre!" was used on Televisa's 2012 soap opera La que no podia amar.[9]

At the 2012 Latin Grammy Awards, Jesse & Joy were nominated for four Grammy Awards, winning three of them: Best Contemporary Pop Album for ¿Con Quién Se Queda El Perro?, and Song and Record of the Year for "¡Corre!". Additionally, Carlos López Estrada received the Latin Grammy Award for Best Short Form Music Video for "Me Voy". On December 5, 2012, ¿Con Quién Se Queda El Perro? received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Latin Pop Album.[10]

At the end of 2015, the pop duo released their fourth studio album titled “Un Besito Más[11], which was followed by a momentous 2016.[12] The group added to their list of accomplishments a successful tour through the US[13] and Latin America, 4 Latin GRAMMY® Nominations[14] (in the categories of Record of the year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year & Best Contemporary Pop Album), their 6th Latin GRAMMY® as “Best Contemporary Pop Album”, in addition to being part of the “Person of the Year” gala, a GRAMMY® Nomination and the release of their first ever English songs, ‘Echoes of Love’ and ‘More Than Amigos’ storming the UK’s airwaves with both being playlisted on BBC Radio 2.[15]

The Independent, one of the most important British newspapers, described album opener ‘Echoes of Love’ as “true to their `Latin/folk roots while introducing distinctly Adele-style epicness to the vocals”[16]. The original Spanish version ‘Ecos de Amor’ appeared on their fourth studio work ‘Un Besito Más’ (One More Kiss), winner of the Latin Grammy (2016) for Best Pop Vocal Album. Produced by Fraser T Smith and Martin Terefe (Jason Mraz, James Morrison, Shawn Mendes) - ‘Un Besito Mas’ debuted at number 1[17] across Latin American and on the US Latin Chart.

The Huerta siblings had an impressive start to 2017 winning the GRAMMY® Award for Best Latin Pop Album for Un Besito Más[18][19][20][21] and the release of their first dual-language album, Jesse & Joy which contained songs from their past four studio releases and biggest hits such as: “Corre!”, “Espacio Sideral”, “Echoes of Love”[22][23], among others. They rounded out 2017 with appearances at The Latin American Music Awards[24], The Latin Grammy’s Person on the Year gala honoring Alejandro Sanz.[25][26]

Their impactful live show has traveled throughout the world: more than half a million concertgoers experienced the Un Besito Más Tour, which visited more than 15 countries and nearly 100 cities, including Buenos Aires, Madrid, Barcelona, Santiago de Chile, New York and Los Angeles.[27][28]

2018 will see brand new music and live performances from Jesse & Joy, kicking off in February at Chile’s internationally-acclaimed Viña Del Mar Festival[29], followed by the band’s heralded return to Mexico City[30][31] following their last sold out show.

Jesse & Joy in concert in 2012
Jesse & Joy in concert in 2012

Discography

Studio albums

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions, certifications and sales figures
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales thresholds)
MEX SPA US Latin US Latin Pop US Heatseekers
Esta Es Mi Vida 17[32] 17[33] AMPROFON: Platinum[34]
(100,000+)
Electricidad
  • Released: September 15, 2009
  • Format: CD, digital download
  • Label: Warner Music Mexico
21[35] 14[36] 3[36] 22[37] AMPROFON: Gold[34]
(55,000+)
¿Con Quién Se Queda El Perro?
  • Released: December 6, 2011
  • Format: CD, digital download
  • Label: Warner Music Mexico
3[38] 19[38] 8[39] 2[40] 22[37] AMPROFON: 3× Platinum+Gold[41]
(210,000+)
  • RIAA: Platinum (60,000+)[42]
Un Besito Más
  • Released: December 4, 2015
  • Format: CD, digital download
  • Label: Warner Music Mexico
5 72[38] 1[43] 1 1 AMPROFON: Platinum[44]
(100,000+)

Extended plays

List of extended plays, with selected chart positions
Title Album details Peak chart positions
MEX[45]
Esto Es Lo Que Soy
  • Released: March 17, 2008
  • Format: CD, digital download
  • Label: Warner Music Mexico
51

Live albums

Title Album details Peak chart positions
MEX
Soltando al Perro
  • Released: March 25, 2014
  • Format: CD + DVD, digital download
  • Label: Warner Music Mexico
60

Singles

Year Song Mexico (airplay) Spain U.S. Latin U.S. Latin Pop U.S. Tropical Songs Album
2007 "Espacio Sideral" 35[46] 15[46] Esta Es Mi Vida
"Ya No Quiero" 40[47]
"Volveré"
2008 "Llegaste Tú" 32[48] 12[48]
"Somos Lo Que Fue"
"Esto Es Lo Que Soy" 30[49] 14[49] Esto Es Lo Que Soy
2009 "Adiós" 13[50] 3[47] Electricidad
"Electricidad"
2010 "Chocolate" 13[51] 29[52]
"Si Te Vas"
2011 "Me Voy" 7[51] 30[47] ¿Con Quién Se Queda El Perro?
"¡Corre!" 1[53] 16[54] 8[50] 27[47] 34
2012 "La de la Mala Suerte" 1[53] 17 23[50] 6[47]
"¿Con Quién Se Queda El Perro?" 1[51] 32[50] 12[47]
"Llorar" (feat. Mario Domm) 1[51] 13[50] 4[47] 37[55]
2013 "Me Quiero Enamorar" 29
"Dónde está el Amor" (with Pablo Alborán) 32 16 Tanto
2015 "Ecos de Amor" 3 30 11 Un Besito Más
"No Soy Una de Esas" (with Alejandro Sanz) 2 34 22 3
2016 "Dueles" 12 44 7
2017 "3 A.M." (featuring Gente de Zona) 2[56] 21[57] 22[58] 6[59] 2[60]
2018 "Te Esperé" TBA

Other songs

Year Song Mexico (airplay) U.S. Latin U.S. Latin Pop U.S. Tropical Songs Album
2014 "Mi Tesoro" Soltando al Perro
2013 "Corazón de Campeón" Soltando al Perro
2012 "¡Corre!" (feat. La Republika) 1[51] 4[50] 1[61] 1[55] Non-album song

Year-end charts

Year Song U.S. Latin U.S. Latin Pop
2008 "Llegaste Tú" 40[62]
2009 "Adiós" 23[62]
2012 La de la Mala Suerte 18[62]
"¡Corre!" (feat. La Republika) 26[63] 9[62]

Singles certification

Single Country (provider) Certifications
(sales thresholds)
"Espacio Sideral" Mexico (AMPROFON) Gold (+ 30,000) Master Ringtones[34]

Awards and nominations

Grammy Awards

The Grammy Award is an accolade by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States to recognize outstanding achievement on the music industry. Jesse & Joy received their first nomination on December 5, 2012.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2013 ¿Con Quién Se Queda El Perro? Best Latin Pop Album Nominated
2017 Un Besito Más Won

Latin Grammy Awards

A Latin Grammy Award is an accolade by the Latin Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences to recognize outstanding achievement in the music industry. Jesse & Joy have received six awards, the first being honored in 2007, and the others in 2012.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2007 Jesse & Joy Best New Artist Won
Esta Es Mi Vida Best Pop Album by a Duo or Group with Vocals Nominated
2012 ¿Con Quién Se Queda El Perro? Album of the Year Nominated
Best Contemporary Pop Album Won
"¡Corre!" Record of the Year Won
Song of the Year Won
"Me Voy" "Best Short Form Music Video Won
2013 "Llorar" Song of the Year Nominated
2016 Un Besito Más Album of the Year Nominated
Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album Won
"Ecos de Amor" Record of the Year Nominated
Song of the Year Nominated

Humanitarian causes

The singer-songwriter duo, who are US and Mexican nationals residing in Mexico City, consider themselves as representing the bi-cultural bi-lingual millennials of today. From their ongoing partnership with UnidosUS (formerly NCLR) and PETA Latin America[64] to their personal recovery efforts following the recent earthquakes in Mexico.[65][66]

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