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Birth name  Antonio Rayo
Origin  Madrid, Spain
Genres  Latin pop, Flamenco
Instruments  Guitar

Name   Antonio Rayo
Website  rayito.net
Also known as  Rayito
Role  Musician
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Occupation(s)  Singer, song writer, producer
Record labels  Sony Music Entertainment, Sony Records
Nominations  Latin Grammy Award for Song of the Year
Similar People  Yotuel Romero, Jesse Shatkin, Beatriz Luengo, Kike Santander, Claudia Brant

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Antonio Rayo (born in 1982), best known as Rayito, is a Spanish musician of Gitano and Japanese heritage. His father, a flamenco guitarist, taught him to play the instrument at a young age, and at the age of four years he was already giving concerts and winning television contests. By age eight he was famous throughout Spain as a virtuoso of flamenco guitar, and in 1992, at age ten, he released his first album, Rayito en Concierto. Thus he became the youngest person accepted into the SGAE, the Spanish equivalent of ASCAP. At age 15 he moved to Miami, where he collaborated with artists including Luciano Pavarotti, Plácido Domingo, Julio Iglesias, Paulina Rubio, Ricky Martin, and David Bisbal. In June 2005 he moved again to Puerto Rico, where he began work on a new project of his own. The product was his eponymous second album, which he released on September 26, 2006. He describes it as a flamenco pop album that draws on reggae, hip hop, Caribbean rhythms, and Latin American styles. Rayo signed a publishing deal with Sony in January 2009. He is currently working with David Bisbal, Paulina Rubio, Rihanna, and many other artists in 2009.

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Credits

  • "Lloraré las penas" - David Bisbal (2002)
  • "Jaleo" - Ricky Martin (2003)
  • "Cómo olvidar" - David Bisbal (2004)
  • "Sin palabras de relleno" - Chayanne (2007)
  • "No vale la pena" - David Bustamante (2008)
  • "Cuánto te amé" - David Bustamante (2008)
  • "Gitana" - David Bustamante (2008)
  • "Crees que me engañas" - Shaila Dúrcal (2008)
  • "Hay milagros" - Shaila Dúrcal (2008)
  • "Ojo por ojo" - David Bustamante (2009)
  • "Al Ándalus" - David Bisbal (2009)
  • "Antes o después" - David Bisbal (2009)
  • "Latin Love" - David Bisbal (2009)
  • "Ahora tú" - Malú (2010)
  • "Solo por amor" - Camila (2012)
  • "Bailar" - Lorena Gómez (2013)
  • "Madre Tierra (Oye)" - Chayanne (2014)
  • "Adiós" - Ricky Martin (2014)
  • "Corazón" - Claudia Leitte ft Daddy Yankee
  • "Ladies’ Night" - Sweet California (2016)
  • "Ando buscando" - Carlos Baute ft. Piso 21 (2016)
  • "No creo en el amor" - Danny Romero ft Sanco ft Becky G (2016)
  • "Todo no es casualidad" - India Martínez (2016)
  • "Together" - Yall ft Mandy Diaz
  • "Do It for Your Lover"- Manel Navarro (2017)
  • "Tiemblo" - Carlos Ares (2017)
  • "Casi humanos" - Dvicio (2017)
  • "Me enamoré" - Shakira (2017)
  • "Pasajeros" - Merche (2017)
  • "Vamo a la calle " - Carlos baute (2017)
  • References

    Rayito Wikipedia


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