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Serralde

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Mexican singer/songwriter Serralde (blessed Viktor Serralde) grew up within the bosom of the musician’s family. Serralde got his 1st guitar at an extremely early age and started composing for the very first time when he was an adolescent. Having a level in advertising, he shifted to LA, CA, in 1996, determining to start out his solo profession while learning broadcasting. After conference maker José Quintana, he authorized with Hollywood Information release a his acoustic Latin pop recording No Hay Na’ Mejor (THERE IS NOTHING Better). Furthermore, Serralde added a song known as “La Creditedña Del Lugar” towards the film soundtrack of Crazy/Beatiful.

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Music Songs Vida De Mi Vida, Ay Que Mal, Dios Salvanos, La Reina Del Lugar, Regresa Ya, Juego Del Amor, No Se Decir Adios, No Hay Na' Mejor, Yo Le Pido A Dios, God Save Us All, Niña Enamorada, Quiero Ir A Casa, Encadenado A Ti, Voy A Enloquecer, Vuelvo A Caer, Hoy, Sol Y Mar, Serà, Aprender, Sálvame
Albums No Hay Na' Mejor, Serralde (Deluxe Edition), Serralde


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