8 Songs, 41 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
19 Ratings
19 Ratings

Otro de los mejores discos de Tito

It's not Itunes fault it's the record company's that have left salsa music in the dark and replaced the music for reggaeton. Reggaeton is good but It's not the only music. There is alot of history and culture in salsa music. And thanks to Itunes I've been able to find alot of hard to find music.

back to Tito's review this is another must have for collector's


The Best

El Mejor Salsero de la musica Romantica desde los 90 jasta hoy dias el que todo lo pega con su carisma, voz y empeño en cada cancion.


Tito Rojas

Another classic album ..

About Tito Rojas

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 consolidated his career, reaching double platinum after releasing Por Derecho Propio and being awarded as Puerto Rico's Best Salsa Artist. Rojas was also distinguished by the New York's journalist association ACE. ~ Drago Bonacich




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