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Tito Rojas' first solo effort (after his Conjunto Borincuba days) is still pretty good, despite that fact that it is still light years away from his MP triumphs; with the help of some of Borincuba's sidemen (timbalero Willy Machado, conga player Edwin "Nene" Blasini, bass player Johnny Torres, and arranger Ernesto "Tito" Rivera), Tito scores with a few tunes with "El Vendedor Que No Fía" and "Con Velo y Corona." It received little attention in its day, but it is interesting to catch 25-year-old Tito Rojas in his early days as a solo vocalist. ~ José A. Estévez, Jr., Rovi


Genre: Salsa and Tropical

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Tito Rojas was born in Humacao, Puerto Rico, on June 14, 1955. In the 1970s, Rojas started singing as a member of Pedro Conga's Orquestra. Later, after being Borincuba's vocalist, the artist decided to go on his own, starting a solo career. By that time, Tito Rojas reached the charts with his song "El Campesino." In 1987, Rojas joined Luis Ayala's Orchestra, coming back as a soloist in 1991 with the release of Sensual, followed by 1992's Condename and 1994's A Mi Estilo. 1995 was the year Tito Rojas...
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