When Rodney Clark arrived to Panama in the later ’70s, he started going to a local college, obtaining the nickname of El Chombo (dark-skinned) from his classmates. In 1985, he became a specialist disk jockey while doing work for a Panamanian radio place, producing his debut in an area club immediately after. After documenting commercial jingles, Un Chambo began functioning as producer, you start with a cover from the Latin traditional “Perfidia,” performed by Gringo Guy and Natali V. In 1997, Rodney Clark documented his first record known as Los Cuentos de la Cripta, teaming up with la Mafia a season afterwards. 2000’s Cuentos de la Cripta 3 highlighted his first worldwide strike, a Latin reggae tune called “Un Gato Volador.”
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