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Ray Sepúlveda is a Puerto Rican American salsa singer.

Sepúlveda grew up in New York City, and his father sang bolero. As a teenager he played in local groups, including Orquesta La Dictadura with Frankie Ruiz. In 1983 he worked with Adalberto Santiago.

His solo career took off with the release of the album Salsa Con Clase, which featured the hit singles "Mascarada" and "Bandolera".[1] His Con Sabor reached the Latin Billboard charts in 1993,[2] and he returned in 2000 with another hit single, "Eres".[3]

Discography

  • From the Big Apple with love with Sociedad 76 Orchestra (Borinquen Records, 1979)
  • Sociedad with Sociedad 76 Orchestra (Fania Records, 1979)
  • El Hulk de la Salsa with Sociedad 76 Orchestra (Fania Records, 1980)
  • Johnny & Ray - Salsa Con Clase with Johnny "Ray" Zamot (Polygram, 1988)
  • Nightgold with Johnny "Ray" Zamot (Polygram, 1989)
  • Un Poquito Mas (Sony, RMM Records 1991)
  • Con Sabor (Sony, RMM Records 1992)
  • Combinación Perfecta with Familia RMM (Sony, RMM Records, 1993)
  • Llegastes Tu (Sony, RMM Records 1994)
  • De Todo un Poco (RMM Records & Video, 1997)
  • Ray Sepúlveda (RMM Records & Video, 1999)

References

  1. ^ Biography at Allmusic
  2. ^ Charts, Allmusic
  3. ^ Singles, Allmusic

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