Born within the hill city of Aibonito, Puerto Rico, vocalist/songwriter Obie Bermúdez moved along with his family members towards the agriculturally affluent Vineland, NJ, in age 12. A pastime in poetry arrived first, but quickly Bermúdez became enthusiastic about music and structure. A demonstration was documented in 1996 and 2 yrs later on RCA International released his debut recording, Locales. The pop recording drew some interest, but not plenty of to carefully turn him right into a superstar. The self-proclaimed bohemian got a rest from music and opted to operate inside a South Bronx laundromat for another five years. The clients and co-workers and their day-to-day lives influenced almost all the tracks on his second recording, Confesiones, released by EMI International in 2004. The greater alternative-sounding recording was an instantaneous hit using the kickoff solitary, “Antes,” achieving number 1 on several Latin music graphs. Todo un Año adopted in 2004. After 2006’s Lo Que Trajo un Barco, as well as the unplugged assortment of strikes Single Exitos, he visited focus on a theatrical creation of Un Canto del Coquí, and got involved to popstar partner Jennifer Peña. The few wedded in 2007. He became a dad late in the entire year. Bermúdez, had taken a protracted break from music not really wanting to end up being separated from his brand-new family members. In ’09 2009, appeared within the Broadway musical stage creation of Paul Simon’s The Capeman. Bermudez came back to documenting and independently released Quien Me Lo Va a Creer in 2012, preceded by its one “Calendario Maya.” He implemented it in February of with Vida de Colores on Select-O-Hits. EMI released the compilation Mejor De nearly simultanesouly.