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Huey Dunbar, (born Eustace Dunbar IV on May 15, 1974), was the former singer of Dark Latin Groove. Born to a Puerto Rican mother and a Jamaican father, he was exposed to music since his earliest years due to his parents' musical careers. [1] His hits with the band included "La Quiero a Morir", "Juliana", "No Morirá", "Volveré", "Todo Mi Corazón", and a remake of Ricardo Montaner's original classic "Me Va a Extrañar". In 2000, he split up with DLG and now has a solo career.

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Discography

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Singles

  • "Con Cada Beso" - (2001)
  • "A Cambio de Qué" - (2002)
  • "Sin Poderte Hablar" - (2003)
  • "A Dónde Iré" - (2003)

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