Chino & Nacho certainly are a Venezuelan reggaeton duo with an enchanting, tropical design who produced their album debut nationally in 2008 and later on scored a global chart-topping smash hit with “Mi Niña Bonita” this year 2010. Founded in 2007, the duo can be made up of Chino (created Jesús Alberto Miranda Pérez on November 15, 1984, in Caracas, Venezuela) and Nacho (created Miguel Ignacio Mendoza on August 22, 1983, in Lecherías, Anzoátegui, Venezuela). Ahead of founding Chino & Nacho, these were members from the Caracas-based tropical son music group Calle Ciega. Energetic from 1998 to 2007, Calle Ciega released many albums and obtained numerous hits, especially “Mi Cachorrita,” which topped the Venezuelan singles graph for several weeks in 2005. Following a incredible achievement of “Mi Cachorrita,” Chino & Nacho break up from Calle Ciega following the group’s last recording, Más Caliente (2007). Known informally as “los Mackediches” they produced their full-length recording debut soon thereafter with Época de Reyes (2008). Showcasing a wide-ranging reggaeton trend that is both passionate and tropical, the recording was a blockbuster achievement in Venezuela, spawning the smash strikes “Vagabundo de Amor,” an Eliel creation offering Divino, and “Dentro de Mí,” a Richy Peña creation offering Don Omar. More developed as Venezuela’s best homegrown urban work, Chino & Nacho authorized an international documenting contract with Common Music in November 2009 and produced their stateside debut with another Peña creation, “Mi Niña Bonita.” During the period of the following almost a year, “Mi Niña Bonita” increased to the very best from the Billboard Latin Tracks chart. Meanwhile, Common released the full-length recording Mi Niña Bonita (2010) on its Machete Music imprint. Though comprised mainly of previously released materials from Época de Reyes, Mi Niña Bonita features three additional new songs as well as the title track.