Venezuelan singer/songwriter, acting professional, and dancer Carlos Baute started finding involved in well-known music following joining an area music group called los Chamos. In the performing field, his debut arrived while playing a job in the Latin cleaning soap opera Destino de Mujer. In 1994, Carlos Roberto Baute Jiménez registered to a significant label and produced an Afro-Caribbean record entitled Orígenes I. Another album, known as Orígenes II, adopted in 1997, offering the hit solitary “Te Quise Olvidar.” After liberating the effective Yo Nací Em virtude de Quererte and 2001’s Dame de Eso, including the Latin pop strike “Un Angelito,” Carlos Baute became a top-selling designer in Venezuela and Spain. In 2004, Baute released Peligroso, mainly as an electronic download but ultimately on Compact disc in THE UNITED STATES in 2007. This adopted 2005’s Baute and was followed-up by De Mi Puño con Letra (2008), that was released by Warner Music and reached number 2 in the Spanish graphs. 2009 noticed Baute launch his 1st live album in the form of Directo En Tus Manos, while 2010’s Amarte Bien was a studio room hit containing among the better types of the positive, uplifting music that this vocalist was renowned for.