Enrique Heredia “Negri” was created in Madrid in 1972 to a renowned flamenco family members, which include singer Estrella Morente and guitarist Sabicas, amongst others. Heredia became popular as the vocalist of seminal brand-new flamenco action La Barbería del Sur, which he produced with guitarist Juan José Suárez. La Barbería del Sur released eight albums between 1991 and 2002, generally composed, created, and organized by Negri, all extraordinary because of their fusion of flamenco with jazz, pop, or funk. Heredia started a solo profession in the middle-2000s, which noticed him having to pay tribute to Mexican bolero composers Agustín Lara (Un Último Beso, 2005) and Armando Manzanero (Mano a Mano, 2012), and Cuban music (Habanera Flamenca, 2010). Throughout his profession, the restless Heredia provides collaborated with flamenco luminaries such as for example Paco de Lucía, Tomatito, Raimundo Amador, Vicente Amigo, and Enrique Morente; pop rings such as for example Presuntos Implicados and Mecano; as well as renowned jazz drummer Potential Roach.