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Huey Dunbar

Puerto Rican/Jamaican-descendant singer Huey Dunbar was convinced to try tropical music by arranger/manufacturer Sergio George after executing in a skill contest. Through the following 2 yrs the young musician improved his organic skills, furthermore, he learned how exactly to speak and sing in Spanish. Shortly, debuting being a back-up vocalist for Yolandita Monge, taking part in India’s 1994 Dicen Que Soy record, and performing along with Víctor Manuelle. In 1996, Huey Dunbar became a member of tropical-club/dance action DLG (Dark Latin Groove), performing alongside Adam de Jesús and Wilfredo Crispin, also called Fragancia, climbing to the very best from the Latin graphs with a melody known as “No Morirá.” After issuing Golf swing On and Grammy nominated Gotcha, Huey Dunbar produced his first single record known as Yo Si Me Enamoré.

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