Before he graduated from Jorge Tadeo Lozano University using a publicist degree, singer/songwriter Carlos Vives joined different bands and participated in a number of plays. In 1982, the musician got a job in the Colombian Television series Tiempo Sin Huella, beginning his successful performing career, later increasing his professional abilities to Puerto Rican tv. After developing a band known as La Provincia, the vocalist and guitarist started performing an area style referred to as vallenato, effectively touring his indigenous country and SOUTH USA. In 1994, “La Gota Fria” became his 1st smash, climbing on the main music graphs around Latin America. In 1996, beneath the slogan of Unete a los Locales (Sign up for the Local Types), the talented musician developed his personal label, known as Gaira, to market and give a motivation to local performers, though he continuing to record for EMI. In 1998 he became a member of fellow top-tier Colombian celebrities Shakira and Charlie Zaa on-stage throughout a advantage for victims of the earthquake that ruined Colombian coffee areas. Vives released the smash Un Amor de Mi Tierra in 1999; in 2000 it received a Grammy nomination for Greatest Latin Recording. Released in 2001, Déjame Entrar earned the designer his 1st Grammy for Greatest Traditional Tropical Latin Recording. He shifted directions for 2004’s En Rock and roll de Mi Pueblo, which added a wholesome dose of rock and roll & move and rap to his vallenato grooves. This recording received a Grammy nomination in 2005. Vives and EMI dropped into a agreement dispute following the recording premiered and he didn’t record once again for five years. Clásicos de la Provincia II, released in ’09 2009, was a assortment of early vallenato and traditional tracks in support of released in Colombia through a supermarket string. In 2012 he resurfaced like a trainer for the the Colombian edition of The Tone of voice. His agreement problems behind him, he authorized with Sony as well as the solitary “Volví a Nacer” was released in nov 2012. It moved into several international graphs at number 1. It was adopted in January 2013 from the release from the recording Corazón Profundo, which also reached the very best spot. He adopted it with another hit solitary, “Como le Gusta a Tu Cuerpo” (offering Michel Teló) and commenced touring. While on the highway, Vives continuing to record. Más Corazón Profundo made an appearance in 2014. It highlighted new music (including duets with Choc Quib City and Marc Anthony) aswell as expanded mixes of singles and “Volví a Nacer.” In the summertime of 2015, he released an sound/video record entitled Más + Corazón Profundo Tour: En Vivo Desde la Bahiá de Santa Marta.