Puerto Rican singer/acting professional Charlie Massó joined up with young pop sensation Menudo in 1982 while learning music, soon topping the graphs with his track “La Chispa de la Vida.” Massó remaining the group following a overall performance at Hiram Bithorn stadium in 1987, becoming changed by Ralph Rodríguez. As an acting professional, his debut arrived while taking part in a play known as Brighton Seaside Memoirs. After liberating his first single album, the youthful artist played functions in Mexican cleaning soap operas such as for example Andrea and Muchachitas; he also participated in the films Venganza Felony, Chavos Banda, and Bésame en la Boca. In 1994, his recording Inevitable premiered. Two years later on, Charlie Massó came back to his indigenous country, joining exotic act Kaos.