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Tito "El Bambino"
Birth name Efraín Fines Nevares
Born October 5, 1981 (age 28)
Origin Puerto Rico
Genres Reggaeton
Years active 1996–2004 (duo)
2004–present (solo)
Labels EMI Televisa Music
On Fire Music
Siente Music
Associated acts Monserrate & DJ Urba, Luny Tunes, Hector "El Father", Daddy Yankee, Don Omar
Website Official Website

Efraín Fines Nevares (born October 5, 1981, better known as Tito "El Bambino") is a reggaeton singer from Puerto Rico. He rose to fame as Tito of the duo Héctor & Tito.

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Musical career

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Héctor & Tito

Together with his partner, they released a number of hit songs in his native Puerto Rico, including "Amor de Colegio" (which introduced Don Omar), "Felina", "Baila Morena" (which featured Glory), and "No Le Temas a Él", a song which not only raised their popularity, it helped raise popularity for the then up-and-coming Trébol Clan. After years of working together, they separated, but not before releasing a final album, Season Finale, which featured some of their greatest hits. The duo broke up due to Tito's belief of disloyalty from Hector. Héctor y Tito released their first album in 1998. Together they became reggaeton stars releasing several successful albums and making appearances in several compilations, becoming one of the most sought-out duos in the genre. Both became the first reggeaton artists to sell out a massive concert in Puerto Rico, opening the path to other artists such as Tego Calderón, Daddy Yankee and others

First Solo Album: Top of the Line

After much delay, his first solo album was released, Top of the Line. The album was a hit, reaching #1 in Puerto Rico and knocking RKM & Ken-Y's album, "Masterpiece" to #2. Top Of The Line featured 20 new songs, with collaboration from artists such as Daddy Yankee, Don Omar and Beenie Man. It featured quite a number of hits, such as "Caile", "Mía" (with Daddy Yankee), "Tu Cintura" (with Don Omar), "Flow Natural" (with Beenie Man and Deevani) "Secreto", "Máximo", "Tuve Que Morir" and "Me Da Miedo" among others.

  • Top of the Line/El Internacional is a limited edition of Tito's first album Top of the Line. It features 5 bonus new songs that were not included in the original version: "Siente El Boom (Remix)", "Enamorado", "Calentándote", "Bailarlo" and "Voy a Mí". The first single of the album is "Siente El Boom (Remix)" that is a big hit in Argentina. "Siente El Boom" is also on "Chosen Few II: El Documental" featuring Randy. In Top of The Line: El Internacional, the remix features Randy, along with his partner Jowell, & De La Ghetto. The second single recently released, "Enamorado", did not get a lot of airplay on the radio due to "Siente El Boom" still being a hit on Puerto Rico's radio stations and now expanding through Latin America by peaking at #14 in the Billboard Hot Latin charts. Apparently "Enamorado" got cancelled and now the third single is "Bailarlo" that's starting to get airplay on the radio and a video has already been released.

He married a woman named jessica santiago and they have a daughter together and live in Puerto Rico.

Second Solo Album: It's My Time

It's My Time is the second album by Tito "El Bambino" released October 2, 2007. The first single Solo dime que sí is already getting plenty of airplay on the radio. Artists featured on It's My Time are RKM & Ken-Y in "Fans", Pharrell in "Booty", Toby Love in "La Busco", Jadiel in "Sol, Playa y Arena" with Arcangel and Franco "El Gorila" on the remix and with many other hits like "En La Disco" Olga Tañón on the remix and "El Tra".

Third Solo Album: El Patrón

El Patron is Tito El Bambino's third solo CD. The hit, Vamos Pa'l Agua was released before the CD to let fans know what lay ahead, but was ultimately not included in the album. The CD includes his fellow reggaeton artists Zion y Lennox, and Plan B. Some chart toppers of this album include "El Amor" and "Under", which also have chart topping videos. "El Amor" was officially remixed 4 times with 4 different artists: Yolandita Monge, Jenni Rivera, Chiky Flow, and La India.

Trivia

  • Not limited to just reggaeton, Tito "El Bambino" has also sung with other artists such as José Feliciano and Victor Manuelle.
  • He is also trying his hand as a producer, with his label ON FIRE MUSIC.

Singles

Discography

Albums with Hector "El Father"

Albums

Album Information
Top of the Line
Top of the Line: El Internacional
  • Released: February 6, 2007
  • Singles:
It's My Time
  • Released: October 2, 2007
  • Singles:
    • 2007: "Sólo Dime Que Sí"
    • 2008: "Sol, Playa y Arena" (feat. Jadiel)
    • 2008: "El Tra"
    • 2008: "En La Disco"
    • 2008: "La Busco" (feat. Toby Love)
El Patrón
  • Released: March 24, 2009
  • Singles:
    • 2009: "El Amor"
    • 2009: "Under"
El Patrón: La Victoria
  • Released: November 16, 2009
  • Singles:
    • 2009: "Feliz Navidad"

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