Salsa vocalist Lefty Perez was created within the barrios of NY, where he lived before age of 13, of which period he returned along with his parents with their house isle of Puerto Rico. Lefty, the child of professional guitarist Mirito Perez, was subjected to music from his infancy, and demonstrated an affinity for music and performance in early stages. Ironically, his 1st professional performances weren’t musical, but as an acting professional within the Venezuelan telenovela La Revancha. The productive recording profession that adopted included collaborations with top-shelf makers and composers such as for example Larry Harlow, Ray Barretto, Conjunto Clasico, Johnny Pacheco and much more. The youthful salsero’s single debut, TRAINING, arrived in 1990. Though Perez released several projects through the entire ’90s, it wasn’t until 1997’s Soy Tuyo within the Caiman label that his music received a large target audience. Perez acted as co-producer and composer, trading more individually than he previously in any earlier task. The album’s solitary “Me da Locura” put into a number of Latin groups on Billboard graphs in 1997, successful that Perez wouldn’t normally repeat until a decade later on, with 2007’s Salseros Unidos. The record’s name track was popular on exotic radio, a substantial achievement without major-label support. Perez is constantly on the record and perform through the entire U.S., becoming a member of the rates of salsa music artists seeking to bridge the difference for a youthful era of listeners via reggaeton/pop crossover tasks.