Reggaeton idol Divino made his professional recording debut in 1994, appearing on the compilation disc Non-Stop Reggae, Vol. I. Following his brother's tragic death in 1999, Divino was inspired to relight the flame, offering his music his full attention. As word spread about Divino's vocal and musical skill, requests for collaborations poured in. He appeared on tracks with genre superstars like Daddy Yankee, Wisin y Yandel, and more. His track "Quiero Saber," which appeared on the 2002 release MVP sold an impressive 100,000 units in it's first year. His debut solo record, Todo a Su Tiempo, was released in 2003, featuring the hit single "Se Activaron Los Anormales." ~ Evan C. Gutierrez
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