Mexican singer/songwriter Gerardo Peña started composing at age 15, increasing his skills while their studies at Sonora’s University or college and the Country wide College of Music (UNAM). The musician got involved with present business by signing up for a band known as Malasangre and afterwards produced Tránsito, a Mexican modern group, documenting and touring Central America through the 1980s. In 1991, Gerardo Peña became an professional for L.A. Clip Productions, an organization linked to the Latin music sector. The singer’s single career began using the discharge of 1996’s Un Tren, accompanied by 1998’s Nada.