Chilean singer Alejandro de Rosas started getting involved with present business in 1986 following successful a music contest referred to as Gente Nueva at an area Television show called Sabados Gigantes, hosted by well-known Don Francisco. A season later, the musician had the chance to create his first one, “Huracán,” accompanied by his debut record, Aventura, made by Scottie Scott. In 1988, Alejandro de Rosas emerged in third place at Colombian’s Buga Celebration, later documenting his second record, Intimo, made by Horacio Saavedra. It had been his self-titled recording, released in 1991, which consolidated Alejandro de Rosas in the neighborhood scene, obtaining the smash “No Quiero Verte Asi” voted as Greatest of the entire year from the Journalists Association APES, awarding him as Greatest Performer of the entire year aswell. After registering to CNR, the vocalist came back in 1996 liberating Diez Años Mejor.