Puerto Rican Angel López became seriously involved with music after joining an area group referred to as Blanco y Negro. Due to the addition of his vocal skill, the group transformed their name to Child by Four in mention of the members within the music group. Their debut recording, entitled Preparense, was accompanied by an effective self-titled record offering the smash solitary “A Puro Dolor.” After issuing the British Purest of Discomfort as well as the tropical-inflected Salsa Hits, including a duo with Jaci Velasquez on “Vida Mia,” Angel López made a decision to keep the music group to start focusing on his single career. Vocalist Luis Damon changed him immediately after. Sony Discos authorized López up release a his first recording. The hit solitary “Entre Un Amor y Un Odio,” presented in a favorite Latin cleaning soap opera, brought ahead his 1st full-length record, co-produced by composer Alejandro Jaén.