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Album Review

Actor and musician Diego Torres reaffirms his status as one of the most powerful performers in Latin music with his seventh solo album, Distinto. Fusing elements of rock, R&B, and reggae with traditional Latin rhythms and moods, Distinto shows off Torres' eclectic approach as well as his rich, evocative, and passionate vocal style. The album also includes guest appearances from Kevin Johansen, Mala Rodriguez, and Yotuel from the Latin hip-hop group Orishas.

Customer Reviews


No hablo mucho espanol pero aqui yo voy: Bien Diego Torres, me gusta mucho tu album. Como es? Hago bien no?

Muy buen Disco

El cd esta rebueno lo unico malo es que tiene pocas canciones.

Gran material.

Un gran material y un gran interprete, suerte Diego Torres!!


Born: March 9, 1971 in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Genre: Latin Pop

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

Diego Torres is a three-time Latin Grammy-winning Argentine pop singer, songwriter, musician, and actor who has explored many realms of Latin pop, tropical, and even rock & roll music. He is the son of the legendary Lolita Torres. Torres formed his first band, Macca, while he was still in his teens. In 1989, he began his acting career by landing a role on the television series Nosotros y los Otros, which lasted for three years; he worked in other telenovelas as well. Although he was acting, he was...
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