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Romeo Santos

Romeo Santos is a bilingual bachata singer/songwriter who rose to popularity in the 2000s while the business lead vocalist of world-renowned young man band Aventura ahead of getting into a chart-topping single profession in 2011. Given birth to Anthony Santos on July 21, 1981, in the Bronx, NY, he got his begin as a vocalist in the choir of his chapel before co-founding Aventura along with his cousin Henry Santos and brothers Lenny Santos and Maximum Santos. Originally referred to as Los Tinellers, the teens produced their full-length debut with Trampa de Amor (1995), accompanied by Era Following (1999), their 1st recording as Aventura. Fusing bachata with R&B and hip-hop, Aventura broke to mainstream achievement with the world-wide chart-topping smash strike “Obsesión,” using their third recording, We Broke the guidelines (2002). Following albums Like & Hate (2003), God’s Task (2005), K.O.B. Live (2006), as well as the Last (2009) had been chock-full of likewise styled strike singles. With nine Best Five hits in the U.S. Latin singles graph with their name, Aventura officially known as it quits in 2011, as Santos embarked on the much-anticipated solo profession. Together with Sony Music, he produced his single debut using the chart-topping Latin strike one “You,” accompanied by “I Guarantee,” another number 1 smash, that one offering Usher. Largely created and made by Santos himself, 2011’s Formulation, Vol. 1 proclaimed his full-length record debut. Then burnished his achievement using a live record, The King Remains King: SOLD-OUT at Madison Square Backyard, released in 2012. For his second single record, Santos drafted main stars from both Latin and pop worlds — Drake, Nicki Minaj, Marc Anthony, and Tego Calderón, amongst others. Finally released in 2013 as Formulation, Vol. 2, the record performed perfectly; with a set of chart-topping singles (“Propuesta Indecente,” “Odio”), it strike number one in a number of countries, and reached amount five in the U.S. pop graphs. In 2017, he came back with the one “Héroe Favorito.”

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