Tropical band Los Hermanos Moreno was shaped in NJ in 1989 by brothers William and Nelson Moreno, climbing Latin charts through the ’90s with “Sopa de Pichón,” and “Quimbombo,” among various other music. The group attained the name of Greatest International Orquestra after taking part in a Colombian celebration, consolidating their reputation while touring all over the world. After issuing No Me Vuelvo A Enamorar and Jointly, William Moreno still left the act. Even so, the name continued to be exactly the same. Los Hermanos Moreno came back in 1999 with Una Miradita.