In 1996, the Italian composer and producer Celso Valli worked with Diego on a new album called Luna Nueva. The LP was less popular than the previous one but still made it to the top of the Argentinian Albums Chart. A couple of month after the album’s release, Diego went on a tour of Latin America, Spain, and the USA. Soon the LP was certified platinum in Argentina.
In 1999, Torres recorded his fourth album Tal Cual Es, which was again produced by Cachorro Lopez. The LP showed another one of Diego’s talents. He mixed different Latin sounds with tropical melodies. The LP received two platinum certifications and reached the top spot of the Argentinian Albums Chart.
The next album was Un Mundo Differente. It was recorded in 2001, in Miami and Buenos Aires. The LP featured Diego’s the most popular song “Color Esperanza”, which topped Argentinian charts for 12 weeks in a row. In 2003, the LP received a Grammy nomination. Over 3 million copies of the album were sold worldwide. At that time, Torres was enjoying immense popularity. Any organization would deem it an honor to book Diego Torres for its event.
In 2004, Torres participated in MTV unplugged. The show aired in Brazil, Spain, USA, and Latin America. Two years later, he released his sixth studio album Andando. The lead single from the LP “Abriendo Caminos” featured the famous Dominican musician Juan Luis Guerra. The song reached the 30th spot on Hot Latin Tracks.
In 2010, Torres released another album Distinto, which included a hit song “Guapa”. The single conquered Billboard Latin charts. Five years later, Torres released the LP Buena Vida. It got to the 38th spot of Billboard Top Latin Albums.
Torres continues to work on his music and acting career.