Gifted Latin producer Tommy Torres became a single artist using the release of the self-titled album in June 19, 2001. Puerto Rican-born Tommy Torres discovered how exactly to play violin and keyboards at a age and began composing while participating in senior high school. He improved his abilities while their studies at Boston’s Berklee University of Music. After surviving in NY, the youthful musician shifted to Miami in 1998. He shortly became the manufacturer of Latin pop work MDO, had written “Llegar a Ti” for Jaci Velasquez, caused Boy by Four, and organized “Un Amor de Mi Vida” and “Fuego Contra Fuego” for Ricky Martin: La Historia. By himself, Torres has continuing release a albums including 2004’s Estar de Moda No Esta de Moda and 2008’s Tarde o Temprano. In 2012, Torres shipped his fourth studio room record, 12 Historias which highlighted a duet with Nelly Furtado.