Abraham Velazquez began his profession as a vocalist of modern Christian music (CCM) before eventually crossing to the Latin pop mainstream along with his major-label recording debut, Por Ti (2007). Created on March 22, 1977, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, he’s the boy of two achieved musicians: vocalist Debora Velasquez and composer, arranger, and maker Gregory Velasquez. Like a performer, Abraham started his profession alongside his sibling in the CCM duo David con Abraham. In 2002, he produced his solo documenting debut using the recording Enamorado, released individually from the label 21 Citiboyz Music. His second recording, Enamorate (2004), was also released individually and, like its forerunner, was nominated to get a Premio Paoli, which can be an award specified for Puerto Ricans. Abraham’s third recording, Por Ti (2007), was his 1st major-label launch. The recording peaked at quantity 16 for the Latin Pop Albums graph in 2008, its recognition driven from the hit solitary “Amarte,” a ballad offering his wife, Bethliza Cintron.