When I was working at the Sprint store, I got laid off. I was bummed out, but I stayed positive. I used the money I had earned while working there to make my first album. Without that job, maybe 'Corazon Sin Cara' would never had been made. It's a very inspirational story.
I grew up having two different perspectives - one in English, one in Spanish. Two different cultures, very different - but I think that, to me, it's one. I'm just as American as I feel Latin.
All my fans are my girlfriends.
As a Latin musician, I understand that there are so many places where people don't know who I am. My albums never came out in Australia or Japan.
At 17, I was working at Sprint in the Bronx so I could make money to fund my own music.
Bachata is expensive to produce because of all of the instruments.
Every time I collaborate with an artist, I want to surprise fans. I want to do something new.
Everything in life is a risk! I mean, you walk out onto the street and it's a risk! Don't you think?
Girls love emotion.
I always sang in English. It's just that nobody heard me.
I go skydiving often. At least twice a year.
I grew up playing basketball and eating hot dogs on the corner.
I just want to bring the people good music.
I like eating; I like going to restaurants and trying new things.
I like Miami in the winter: there's no humidity, no bugs, no mosquitoes. You go out and wear your jacket, and you're all good!
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