Spaniard Juan Perro (given birth to Santiago Auserón) started his single profession after his initial pop/rock music group Radio Futura disbanded in 1992. That same calendar year the Spanish vocalist/songwriter released a compilation known as Semilla del Kid predicated on his very own analysis on Afro-Cuban music. A calendar year afterwards Santiago Auserón began touring Spain as Juan Perro. His initial album was documented in La Havana, Cuba and entitled Raíces del Viento. Furthermore, he founded the NSL (Nueva Sociedad Lírica) to create and promote information by rising Latin artists.