Chilean pop group Kudai were shaped in 2000 whenever a band of youthful singers was assembled to pay for tribute towards the Italian hits from the ’80s. Although group just released one disk, it was fulfilled with reasonable achievement. The group started accepting melody submissions and focusing on executing original material hoping of breaking away from its market. Their reinvention was comprehensive after changing their name from Ciao to Kudai, that is produced from the Mapudungun (indigenous Chilean vocabulary) phrase kudau, signifying “youthful employee.” In 2004 the group, today made up of four vocalists (Pablo, Tomas, Barbara, and Gaby), released its debut record, entitled Vuelo. Because of a string of effective singles, Vuelo shortly attained platinum record position. The group started its continuous climb to the very best with a Greatest New Musician nomination from MTV’s Latin American video music honours. During the period of the next calendar year, Kudai would make significant strides using the release of the second record, Sobrevive, as well as the creation from the theme melody for MTV’s well-known present Quiero Mis Quinces. The publicity paid off, earning them the very best Pop Musician award on MTV’s Latin American video honours in 2006. Kudai are greatly popular among teenagers around Latin America.