Dominican Alex Bueno began singing and performing guitar at an extremely early age. He shifted from his indigenous San José de las Matas to Santo Domingo when he was an adolescent, buying better opportunity to try display business. In 1979, the youthful artist became a member of Gerardo Vera’s All-Stars, later on recording an area hit known as “Piel Canela” with Fernando Villalona. In 1982, Alex Bueno shaped a tropical work known as Orquesta Liberación, performing alongside Andrés de Jesus. After issuing 1993’s Ternura, the effective recording Me Equivoque was documented and stated in 1995 by Jaime Querol and Manuel Tejada. Pursuing 1999’s Corazón Duro and Bachata A Su Tiempo, Alex Bueno came back in 2001 with Unicamente Tú, the name was predicated on a popular music made up by Felipe Valdes.