Created Cristian Stambuk on March 16, 1977 in Osorno, Chile, singer and songwriter Koko Stambuk (aka Koko) is way better known as an effective Latin pop maker. In 1996 at age 19, to be able to enter the music business, Stambuk shifted to Santiago de Chile. Right here he started dealing with many bands such as for example Sien, Merlín, and Carlos Cabezas’ group, before getting his ft as primary composer, vocalist, and guitarist for Glup! From its Brit-pop-inspired origins to hopping within the bandwagon of pan-Latin performers such as for example Manu Chao, Café Tacuba, and Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, Glup! released three albums between 1999 and 2003 (1999, Wellcome Polinesia, and Glup!), attaining considerable achievement. Also in 1999, Stambuk shaped a production group with Cristián Heyne beneath the moniker Packman. Collectively they virtually began the teenager pop phenomena in Chile, developing, writing all of the materials, and producing the lady trio Supernova and its own male counterpart, Stereo system 3. Their substantial commercial success flipped Stambuk right into a very much sought-after maker and songwriter in Chile, especially in the pop field, where he caused famous brands Amango, Denise Rosenthal, CRZ, 6-PACK, and Kudai. He also became a top-of-the-list rock and roll/punk producer because of his participation with rings Gufi and Tronic. Beyond his commercial function, Stambuk studied theatre and anonymously moonlighted within the digital task Frijoles, with whom he released “Elefantes Volviendo a Casa” in 2006. An extremely busy guy, Stambuk was typically flooded with gives through the 2000s, not merely as maker and writer, but also as pop music group image/sound advisor and composer for Television, theatre, and film. His efforts towards the soundtracks from the Spanish edition of Sesame Road and Alfonso Cuarón’s celebrated Y Tu Mamá También helped to create Stambuk’s work regarded outside Chile, where he previously evidently became a huge fish in an exceedingly small fish-pond. A logical proceed to the epicenter of Latin pop implemented, and Stambuk duly relocated to Mexico Town in 2007. He started his Mexican experience by making Luis Fonsi’s multi-seller Palabras del Silencio, pursuing up with Reik’s strike one “Inolvidable.” He also made an appearance on Julieta Venegas’ Otra Cosa. Probably surprisingly at this time, in ’09 2009 he made a decision to start a single career using the discharge of Valiente, a techno-pop record that benefited from large radio and Television rotation.