Birth Place:Havana, Cuba
Full Name:Jon Secada
Date of Birth:October 4, 1962
About Jon Secada
Jon became famous in the later part of the 1980s. That’s when Gloria Estefan hired him as a singer for backup. Soon he began to compose songs for her. He was the man behind the #1 hit, “Coming Out from the Dark”. Released in 1991, it was a very big milestone in his career. When he was touring with Gloria, he got an opportunity to show his solo skills as well. That’s when his career really picked up.
After his first solo performance, Jon released his own album. This 1992 album had plenty of hits. The songs were “Do You Believe In Us?”, “Angel”, and “Just Another Day”. The Spanish version of his album got him his first Grammy award. Secada won the award for the Best Latin Pop Album. His 2nd album “Heart, Soul and Voice” hit the platinum mark in the US. He produced hits such as “Mental Picture”, and “If You Go”. His 3rd album, Amor gave him the Grammy Award for the second time. Jon got it for the best Latin Pop performance.
Jon Secada has become an extremely famous songwriter. He has co-written the song Bella for Ricky Martin’s 1999 album. He was a co-writer for the Jennifer Lopez song Baila, which was included in the album “On the 6”.
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