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Gerardo

A local of Ecuador, Gerardo became a chart-topping rapper/singer using the success of “Rico Suave,” a boisterous solitary from his 1991 debut album, Mo’ Ritmo. Gerardo founded himself among the 1st discovery Latin dance performers performing in the British/Spanish mixture referred to as Spanglish, and he came back in 1992 using the Chuck Reed-produced Dos. After liberating 1994’s Asi Sera and 1995’s Derrumbe, the Latin rap designer hung up his personal bandana and refashioned himself as an A&R professional for Interscope Information. While doing work for Interscope, Gerardo was in charge of getting Enrique Iglesias to america, effectively releasing the artist’s American profession. He then came back to music in 2001 with Gerardo: Popularity, Sex y Dinero, which presented the hit solitary “Sigo Siendo Rico.”

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