Kudai are a Latin Grammy Award-nominated Chilean pop group that was founded in Santiago, Chile. Its original members were Tomás Manzi, Pablo Holman, Nicole Natalino and Bárbara Sepúlveda Labra. In 2006 Nicole Natalino left the group citing personal reasons, and was replaced by Ecuadorian Gabriela Villalba. They released three albums in Latin America: Vuelo in 2004, Sobrevive in 2006 and Nadha in 2008.
With their debut single, Sin Despertar, which reached #15 at the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks, they received strong radio airplay in all of the Hispanic world. Sin Despertar was included in their album Vuelo, which was a worldwide success, reaching 3x Platinum status in Chile, Platinum status in Mexico, and selling over 500,000 copies worldwide.
They are well known for hit songs, such as Sin Despertar, Ya Nada Queda, Escapar, Déjame Gritar, Llévame, Tal Vez, Lejos De Aquí and Morir De Amor.
They also performed the theme song for Quiero Mis Quinces, a show for MTV Latinoamérica. "Quiero Mis Quinces" was also a hit in Mexico, reaching #7 there.
On November 2016, the band confirmed their return to the scenes with the original members.