Diego Torres is really a three-time Latin Grammy-winning Argentine pop singer, songwriter, musician, and professional that has explored many realms of Latin pop, tropical, and also rock & move music. He’s the son from the renowned Lolita Torres. Torres shaped his first music group, Macca, while he was still in his teenagers. In 1989, he started his acting profession by landing a job on the tv screen series Nosotros y los Otros, which lasted for 3 years; he proved helpful in various other telenovelas aswell. Although he was performing, he was still with Macca and looking to get a record offer. Due to inner tensions and the various profession goals of its people, they divide in 1991. Undaunted, Torres pursued a single recording profession and got an archive deal a season afterwards. Diego Torres was released 1992 and marketed 200,000 copies. Nearly simultaneously, he earned a role within the play Un Zorro that season alongside professional Pablo Rago. He re-entered the studio room and surfaced with Tratar de Estar Mejor in 1994. It shown his diverse skill in providing reggae, ballads, and pop-funk. The name monitor, “Deja de Pedir Perdón,” as well as the track “San Salvador” had been strike singles. He advertised the documenting by touring around Spain and Latin America with many television appearances put into the blend. The recording offered over 700,000 copies internationally. For his following task, he teamed up with maker Celso Valli. They documented in towns as diverse as LA and Bologna. Luna Nueva premiered in 1996. Before touring, he took a job within the Juan Bautista Stagnaro film La Furio; it became probably one of the most well-known produces in Argentinian movie theater that year, along with a promotional tour, the soundtrack recording offered over half-a-million copies. Torres didn’t record once again until early 1999. The recording Tal Cual Sera presented the hit solitary “Qué Será.” It didn’t perform aswell commercially as its predecessors, but which was because of Argentina’s economic problems. The country joined a great depressive disorder in 1998 and didn’t commence to emerge from it until 2002. As an designer, Torres taken care of immediately the crisis along with his most positive recording in 2001. Documented in Buenos Aires and Miami, El Mundo Diferente provided a collision of several Latin rhythmic designs all given today’s pop slant. It had been buoyed by its infectious strike solitary “Color Esperanza,” co-written with Cachorro López and Coti Sorokin. It strike the top place in Argentina and the next place in Venezuela. The monitor became an anthem of wish. It had been translated into many dialects and was sung by schoolchildren throughout Latin America. In 2004, he released MTV Unplugged, via the tv screen network. Together with his personal intimate shows and tales, it presented guest looks from Julieta Venegas, Vicentico, and La Chilinguita. Torres released the star-studded Andando in 2006. Documented in LA, Buenos Aires, as well as the Dominican Republic, it presented guest looks by Juan Luis Guerra Afo Verde, Joaquín Sabina, and Luis Cardozo, amongst others. Its name track one with Guerra helped to make sure its achievement. It marketed over 600,000 copies. The name of 2010’s Distinto shown a change in path. Torres even more outwardly embraced rock and roll and hip-hop without shedding his personal pop audio. The record benefited from many guest performances by Iberian rapper Mala Rodríguez on “Mirar Atrás,” the Orishas’ Yotuel on “Cuando No Queda Nada,” as well as the renowned Argentine musician Kevin Johansen on “Bendito.” He implemented it with an extended, grueling tour on the next 2 yrs that got him throughout the world, playing many Europe for the very first time. He also made an appearance in the movies Los Vecinos en Guerra and Papeles en un Viento and became a dad in 2013. He spent the majority of 2014 in the home bonding along with his wife and girl. In July of 2015, via Sony, Torres released a new one, “Hoy Ha sido Domingo,” a duet with the fantastic salsero Ruben Cutting blades. The tune mixed exotic and Latin rhythms and positioned inside the Best 20 in the Latin Pop Tracks chart in addition to on the Scorching Latin Tracks and Tropical Airplay lists. Another one, “La Vida Ha sido el Vals,” premiered in September on a single date because the full-length, Buena Vida. The recording spent seven weeks in the Latin Best 25. In Oct, Torres was inducted in to the Latin Songwriters Hall of Popularity.