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Coleccion de Oro: Jerry Rivera

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Album Review

A good collection of Jerry Rivera material that focuses on his latter, lesser-heralded years. As usual, Rivera's warm, friendly tone is the asset that makes him stand out from the usually bland, romantic trend in salsa. This recording was pleasing enough to attract a faithful following; the standouts are "Me Estoy Enloqueciendo Por Ti," "Cuenta Conmigo," "Cara de Niño," and "Magia." These tunes were essential to the singer's wildly successful career and are always in demand. The rest of the material casts a shadow over his latter discography. ~ José A. Estévez, Jr., Rovi

Biography

Born: 31 July 1973 in Humacao, Puerto Rico

Genre: Salsa and Tropical

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Jerry Rivera is a Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum salsa singer from Puerto Rico who has been active as a recording artist since he was a teenager. He was born in 1973, in Huamco, Puerto Rico, the son of singers Edwin "Pino" and Domingo Rivera. He began singing with his parents at various gatherings and was given small solo showcases at his parents' concerts. Pino recorded Jerry when he was 14 and sent the demo to CBS/Sony Discos, who signed him to a long recording contract. His debut album, Empezando...
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