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Latin Rascals

Manufacturers/DJs Albert Cabrera and Tony Moran — collectively referred to as the Latin Rascals — got their begin as movers and shakers for the budding early-’80s NEW YORK club picture, hosting an influential continuous-mix display on community dance radio. The duo continued to mastermind several Latin freestyle dance songs, including …

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Latin Breed

Drawing on affects which range from jazz to R&B to big music group, the Tejano group Latin Breed of dog was formed in San Antonio, Tx. After scoring several Latin radio strikes with singles including “Ay Mujer,” “Que Chulos Ojos,” “Don Luis Un Tejano” and “Todos Dicen,” in 1998 they …

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Las Ketchup

Daughters of a normal flamenco guitarist from Cordoba, Spanish pop feeling Todas las Ketchup comprises sisters Lola, Lucía and Pilar Muñoz. Given birth to and elevated in southern Spain, known because of its Andalusian customs (flamenco and bullfighting included in this) Todas las Ketchup surfaced with a variety of Spanish …

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Cheo Feliciano

Intimate salsa vocalist José Cheo Feliciano began going after a profession in music young, dropping away from senior high school at 17 to review the very best salsa orchestras in NY. His devoted fascination with the city’s Latin music picture resulted in a stint being a valet for just one …

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Coti

After spending a lot of his young adulthood writing songs for others (including Mexican singers Paulina Rubio and Julieta Venegas and fellow Argentines Diego Torres and Alejandro Lerner), Coti Sorokin relocated to Spain to begin a solo career, and released his self-titled debut in 2002 (a lot of it turned …

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Ismael Serrano

Spanish singer/songwriter Ismael Serrano was created in the first ’70s, learning solfa and piano at a age. Influenced with the Latin design referred to as nueva trova, the musician began composing as an adolescent, adding music to the task of prominent poets. In 1994, Serrano started singing at little locations …

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Chente Barrera

A indigenous of San Antonio, TX, Chente Barrera began his music profession through the early ’90s like a tejano program staple, financing backing vocals and drums to recordings from artists including Juan Manuel, Laura Canales, Gary Hobbs, and Shelly Lares. After touring with Jay Perez and composing materials for Bobby …

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Jaci Velasquez

Jacquelyn Davette Velasquez, given birth to in the first ’80s, began singing at age 10 and performed on the Light House just 3 years afterwards. It’s hardly astonishing, after that, that after many more years executing and documenting with her family’s worship ministry, she obtained a record agreement on her …

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Lani Hall

The original tone of voice of Sergio Mendes’ Brasil ’66, singer Lani Hall was also the wife of trumpeter and A&M Information co-founder Natural herb Alpert. Upon exiting Brasil ’66, she produced her single debut in 1974 using the LP Sundown Female; some produces including 1975’s Hello It’s Me, 1977’s …

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Julio Iglesias

Blessed with visual appearance, a powerful tone of voice, and something special for interacting with an audience, Julio Iglesias is among the most widely used and enduring numbers in the annals of Latin music, a genuine international superstar that has offered over 300 million albums world-wide and remains a favorite …

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