Dominican Republic singers

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  1. Charytin



    Charytín Goyco (born María del Rosario Goico Rodríguez, on May 23, 1954 in Santa Lucía), better known in the show business plainly as Charytín, is a Dominican singer, television hostess and actress.

  2. Shalim Ortiz

    Shalim Ortiz


    Shalim Gerardo Ortiz Goyco (born February 26, 1979 in San Juan) is a Puerto Rican singer/actor. He is the eldest son of Puerto Rican entertainer Elin Ortiz and his wife, the Dominican singer, television presenter, and actress Charytín Goyco.

  3. Antony Santos

    Antony Santos


    Antony Santos is a bachata musician from the Dominican Republic, renowned for his role in redefining the genre to include romantic music.

  4. MioSotis (singer)

    MioSotis (singer)


    MioSotis is an award-winning American Latin singer, dancer, songwriter, actress, choreographer, television personality, producer, and model. Her career began as a teenager, singing merengue for nearly two years with popular Dominican singer Wilfrido Vargas and five years with The New York Band. She branched off as a solo salsa singer in 1997 during the resurgence of the genre and other forms of Latin music. Although a member of the younger generation of Latin music artists, she is best known for her classic singing style.

  5. Toño Rosario

    Toño Rosario


    Máximo Antonio del Rosario (born November 3, 1955), commonly known as Toño Rosario, is a Grammy-award nominee Merengue musician.

  6. Johnny Ventura

    Johnny Ventura


    Juan de Dios Ventura Soriano, better known as Johnny Ventura (born 8 March 1940 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic) is a Dominican singer and band leader of merengue and salsa. He also served as mayor of Santo Domingo from 1998 to 2002.

  7. Sergio Vargas

    Sergio Vargas


    Sergio Vargas is a Dominican merengue singer. He was a member of the bands La Banda Brava and Los Hijos del Rey.

  8. Fernando Villalona

    Fernando Villalona


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  9. Wilfrido Vargas

    Wilfrido Vargas


  10. Coro (singer)

    Coro (singer)


    Coro is a Latin freestyle singer and actor of Cuban and Dominican heritage, who first had roles in numerous episodes of the star's hit television series, Miami Vice. While appearing on Vice, Coro struggled to put together a group to get his singing career off the ground. His first efforts never took off, but in 1987, Coro met Stevie B, who was enjoying the success of his first hit record and getting ready to tour. After a stint as a backup vocalist and dancer for Stevie B, the New York-born and Miami-raised Coro made the move back to his native Manhattan to initiate a solo singing career.

  11. Eddy Herrera

    Eddy Herrera


    Eddy Jose Herrera de los Rios (born 30 April 1964 in Santiago de los Caballeros), also known as Eddy Herrera, is a Dominican merengue singer and winner of more than seven Casandra Awards.

  12. Juan Luis Guerra

    Juan Luis Guerra


    Juan Luis Guerra Seijas (born June 7, 1957), known professionally as Juan Luis Guerra, is a Dominican singer, songwriter, composer, and producer. He has sold over 30 million records, and has won numerous awards including 15 Latin Grammy Awards, two Grammy Awards, and two Latin Billboard Music Awards. Guerra won 3 Latin Grammy Awards in 2010, including Album of the Year. In 2012, he won the Latin Grammy Award for Producer of the Year.

  13. Frank Reyes

    Frank Reyes


    Frank Reyes (born June 4, 1969), born Francisco López Reyes, is one of the best known bachata artists, famous throughout Latin America. He was born in the town of Tenares in Joba Arriba, Dominican Republic. Reyes discovered his musical talent when he was a young boy. He and his brothers started their own musical group and had great singing talent. When he was only 12 years old, he decided to travel to Santo Domingo where he worked hard and had many jobs, always dreaming of having his own business.

  14. Monica Boyar

    Monica Boyar


    Argentina Mercedes González Morel, known as Monica Boyar (December 20, 1920 – October 3, 2013) was a Dominican Republic-born American nightclub club singer who was popular in the 1940s and 1950s.

  15. Danny Rivera

    Danny Rivera


    Danny Rivera (born February 27, 1945) is a Puerto Rican singer and songwriter who was born in San Juan whose career spans nearly 50 years. He is well known in Puerto Rico for his political activism. In 2008, Rivera acquired the Dominican Republic citizenship. After 12 years of work Danny Rivera and Nelson González in 2014 finished work putting new life into the classical bolero - in Spanish. Latin Luminaries Danny Rivera and Nelson González Hit the Heart of the Latin American Song Book on Obsesión (Release March 25, 2014)

  16. Raulín Rodriguez

    Raulín Rodriguez


    Raulín Rodríguez (born June 16, 1970) is a bachata artist, one of the first major bachata artists to have national success and popularize this style of music in the Dominican Republic.

  17. Zacarias Ferreira

    Zacarias Ferreira


    Zacarías Ferreira is a Bachata artist from the Dominican Republic. He was born in the 1970s in the Dominican Republic.

  18. Raulin Rosendo

    Raulin Rosendo


    Is a Dominican singer transplanted to New York City, salsa star Raulín Rosendo was born in Santo Domingo on August 30, 1957. Steeped in the rhythms of Afro-Antilles music throughout his childhood, he began his performing career at the age of 12 as a member of the merengue group El Chivo y Su Banda, later appearing with acts including Fernando Villalona, Conjunto Clásico and Los Vecinos. Known as “The Angry Sonero”, Rosendo made his solo debut with 1991's Salsa, Solamente Salsa; by 1993 he was recording in New York with producer Ricky Gonzalez, scoring the hits Amor en Secreto & Santo Domingo.

  19. Monchy Y Alexandra

    Monchy Y Alexandra


    Monchy & Alexandra were a bachata musical group from the Dominican Republic. They sang together as a duo beginning in 1999. Their first big hit was "Hoja en Blanco", which they released in 1999. Since then, they had many other hits, such as "Hasta El Fin" and "Perdidos", both from their 2004 album "Hasta El Fin", as well as "No Es Una Novela" from their 2006 "Éxitos y Más" album. They have been often credited with being instrumental in popularizing bachata music outside of the Dominican Republic.

  20. Angela Carrasco

    Angela Carrasco


    Angela Carrasco was born on January 23, 1952 in Monte Cristi, Dominican Republic. She could not fulfill her dreams of taking care of her family. When she turned 7 Angela first appeared in the advertising world, singing the theme for a drink, pretty catchy tune that was composed by Salvador Sturla.

  21. Alex Bueno

    Alex Bueno


    Alex Bueno (born 6 September 1963 in San José de las Matas) is a singer and guitarist from the Dominican Republic, specializing in merengue and bachata music. He joined Gerardo Vera’s All-Stars in 1979 and formed Orquesta Liberación in 1982.

  22. Yoskar Sarante

    Yoskar Sarante


    Yoskar "El Prabu" Sarante is a prominent Dominican bachatero.

  23. Anaís



    Anaís Martínez (born June 22, 1984) is a singer. She was the winner of the second season of Objetivo Fama, a Puerto Rican reality-show-contest that airs on Univision Puerto Rico in Puerto Rico and on the Telefutura network in the United States mainland, and is widely considered to be the most successful winner of Objetivo Fama.

  24. Henry Santos Jeter

    Henry Santos Jeter


    Henry Santos Jeter (born December 15, 1979) is a Dominican singer and composer of the bachata group Aventura and producer of the bachata group Los Roba Corazones.

  25. Krisspy



    Krisspy (also "Krisspi", real name Juan de los Santos) is a well-known Dominican Merengue singer who has appeared on a number of compilations, including 100% Dominicano: La Nueva Sangre del Reggaeton and Bachata Tipico. He has also performed with Ingco Crew, a prominent Dominican reggaeton group, and Grupo Aguakate, another merengue tipico group. His lyrics are usually light, humorous (e.g. "Los Limones"), and somewhat raunchy, which has made him a controversial artist. Krisspy got his start as a musician in Geovanny Polanco's group but later started his own group as lead vocalist. He is known for his outrageous performance style, and recently appeared as an actor in the film "Un Macho de Mujer".

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