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Previously known for his well-crafted combination of Jamaican reggae, electric funk, and tropical music, on his fifth full-length record Argentinean singer/songwriter Diego Torres mostly comprises different traditional Latin rhythms in a contemporary style. Co-produced by Kike Santander and Cachorro López, this 13-track album was recorded in Buenos Aires, Madrid, Miami, and Milan. Un Mundo Diferente (A Different World) features the hit singles "Color Esperanza" and "Sueños," the flamenco-inflected "Una Gotita de Amor," a bolero-stylized "Conmigo Siempre," the Spanish rhumba "Que No Me Pierda," and an orchestrated Latin pop song titled "Perdidos En La Noche." In addition, Diego Torres brings the sophisti-pop "Quisiera" and "A Traves del Tiempo."

Biography

Born: 09 March 1971 in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Genre: Pop in Spanish

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Lolita Torres' son Diego started getting involved in show business in the mid-'80s while playing roles in soap operas oriented to young audiences. Diego Torres' first band was called Marca, which broke up in 1991 when the artist decided to start a solo career and got a record deal a year later. After releasing Diego Torres in 1993, the artist started working on the following album. 1994's Tratar De estar Mejor sold 700,000 copies worldwide,...
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