Cuban vocalist Issac Delgado rose to fame in the pioneering timba group NG la Banda during the late '80s before embarking upon a solo career in the early '90s that brought him critical as well as commercial success. During his three years in NG la Banda, he and the band created some of the most inventive and lively music in Cuba's illustrious history. Delgado's solo career began in 1992, and while it proved successful in Cuba, he didn't break internationally until he signed to RMM Records. He continued to release albums regularly, most notably the Grammy-nominated La Fórmula (2000) and the nueva trova cubana-inspired collection Versos en el Cielo (2002). ~ Jason Birchmeier
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