In 2010, the musicians recorded an LP Oro. Even though their albums weren’t making it into Billboard charts, the band was very popular in Columbia. It was nearly impossible to book ChocQuibTown. They rarely had time to perform at private events.
In 2011, Oro was nominated for a Grammy Award as The Best Latin Rock, Alternative or Urban Album. The LP featured a single "De Donde Vengo Yo", which earned the band their first Latin Grammy Award as The Best Alternative Song.
In 2012, the band recorded a new album Eso Es Lo Que Hay. It was nominated for three Latin Grammy Awards and certified golden in Columbia. The single “Hasta el Techo" reached the 7th spot on the Columbian chart.
In 2013, ChocQuibTown released the LP Detrás de la Máquina, which included songs from the previous albums recorded in a more traditional style. The album was nominated for a Grammy Award as The Best Latin Rock, Alternative or Urban Album.
In 2015, the band released their most successful album to date El Mismo. It was the first band’s LP to make it into US Latin Rhythm chart, where it reached the 5th spot. The album brought ChocQuibTown another Latin Grammy Award as The Best Tropical Fusion Album. The single "Uh La La" received a Columbian award Premios Nuestra Tierra for Best Alternative Performance.
The band has three more Premios Nuestra Tierra awards. All were won in 2011. Two of them the musicians received for the song "De Donde Vengo Yo" and one for Best Urban Solo Artist or Group of The Year.
ChocQuibTown is at the peak of its popularity. They write new songs and perform live.