Dominican merengue star Kinito Méndez (blessed José del Carmen Memoryírez) got involved with well-known music at age nine while taking part in a group known as Pequeños del Ritmo. In 1988, he produced a tropical action called Cocoband alongside Alfonso “Pochi” Vásquez. From then on, he produced the group Rikarena, his second task. In the first ’90s, the vocalist/songwriter, manufacturer, and arranger became a member of Rockabanda, deciding to start out his solo profession in 1995, documenting Un Hombre Merengue, obtaining his melody “Cachamba” topping the main Latin graphs. In 1997, Kinito Méndez produced El Decreto, focusing on Barrio Boyzz’ Ven A Mi that same calendar year. In 1998, the favorite performer, also called Un Hombre del Merengue, made a decision to pay out tribute to his coach Johnny Ventura, documenting A Caballo, accompanied by 1999’s Su Amigo. 2000’s D’Colores highlighted “Nueva York Pasando Lista,” that was inspired with the public truth of Latin Us citizens surviving in New York.
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