Hector el Father
from Carolina, Puerto Rico
September 4, 1978 (age 42)
One of the pioneers of reggaeton, Hector el Father (aka Hector El Bambino) was half of the trailblazing duo Hector Tito (aka Los Bambinos) before he embarked on a solo career of his own. Hector (born Héctor Delgado Román) began his solo career with a pair of CD mixtapes, Los Anormales (2005) and Los Rompe Discotekas (2006). The latter was a particularly curious release, for it was issued by Roc la Familia, a newly inaugurated Latino division of The Island Def Jam Music Group, led at the time by rap legend Jay-Z, who reportedly took a keen interest in reggaeton. Jay-Z even collaborated with Hector, albeit rather lazily, on the album's lead single, Here We Go Yo. Though the Def Jam episode garnered Hector a lot of attention, he enjoyed much more success with his proper solo debut, The Bad Boy (2007). The Machete Music release featured a number one single, Sola, which was far and away his biggest hit to date. ~ Jason Birchmeier, Rovi
Héctor El Father - Payaso
Hector El Father - Sola [Video Temático Oficial]
Hector El Father - Sácala "Intro" (Official Video) ft. Wisin & Yandel, Don Omar & Naldo
Hector El Father Ft Notty - Rumor De Guerra (Vídeo Oficial) [Clásico Reggaetonero]
Hector "El Father" (feat. Wisin & Yandel) "Telefono"
Héctor El Father - Si Me Tocaras ft. Harry Maldonado
Hector El Father Mix De Sus Mejores canciones 360p d l
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