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Latin pop underdog Fulano was created Elsen Torres in Cuba, though like many Cuban families Elsten and his family shortly relocated to NEW YORK. Elsten demonstrated a pastime and affinity for music in early stages, and in his teenagers began developing and playing in first bands. His abilities as a vocalist/songwriter begun to emerge, acquiring middle stage in 1992 when he co-wrote and created his initial Latin alternative record, Ataque, that was released in Mexico. 2 yrs later Torres shifted to the Latin music mecca of Miami. He shaped an organization he known as Fulano de Tal, which squandered no time documenting their debut record for BMG, Regular. In 1997 Torres was agreed upon to Warner/Chappel Music Posting as a article writer, offering Torres various other inroads towards the documenting market. Fulano de Tal’s 2000 follow-up launch, Etc, was fulfilled with crucial acclaim but didn’t have the ability to break through in to the mainstream marketplace. While writing strikes for performers like Michael Stuart, Enrique Iglesias, and Obie Bermúdez, Torres was also creating fresh repertoire for and focusing on repackaging his music group. In 2006, Torres released Person as a single artist beneath the name Fulano. That record continued to be the only real independently released recording to become nominated for any Greatest Latin Pop Recording Grammy in 2006.

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