Main article: Fonseca discography

Fonseca is a Colombian musician of the Tropipop style. He was born the 29 of May 1979, in Bogotá, Colombia. His full name is Juan Fernando Fonseca and now a day he is 35 years old. Through the years, his style has been recognize worldwide because of the contribution he makes to the Colombian culture. That is why Fonseca must be recognized as one of the most important musician of Colombia; despite of the fact that his songs are about love, this composer uses that Colombian tropipop music to promote and expand the good aspects of his nation to the world.

Since he was young he presents talent with the music; moreover, he produces his first song that had an enjoyable success to him by the fact that produces and distributes 500 copies in his family and local neighbors. His parents immediately knew he has talent to sing and that’s why they help him through the pass of the years to follow his dream. Fonseca studied music at the pontificial  Universidad Javeriana, in bogota, and the Berklee College of Music, in boston.

After graduation from college, he recorded his first album titled Bomba de Tiempo that he sold door-to-door, showing the album to patrons at small bars, and eventually selling 500 copies.

Fonseca was searching for a record label when he found the Colombian musician José Gaviria and helped him in an initial recording with Sonolux in United States in 1997. The project stayed up in the air until 2002 when he signed with Líderes Entertainment Group, a label of EMI Capitol to produce his three upcoming albums.

Fonseca's self-titled debut album was released in February 2002 in Colombia and on December 26, 2005 internationally.The album had a moderate success in his native country. The album spawned four singles, "Mangangué", "Noche de Carnaval", "Sueño" and "Confiésame". The album is highly influenced by the Colombian "tropipop" sound associated with Carlos Vives' albums. The album gained him considerable attention in Colombia, including the notice of artists like Shakira and Juanes, both of whom offered him subsequent collaboration and performance opportunities. Sharing the stage with Shakira on her Tour of the Mongoose and Juanes at  Estadio El campín in Bogota garnered Fonseca the recognition and momentum he would need for his second album.

His second studio album, Corazón produced by Fonseca himself, Bernardo Ossa and the executive producer Alvaro Rizo, was released in May 23, 2006. Allmusic gave the album a rating of three out of five stars. The album has reached a peak position of number seven on the U.S. Tropical Albums chart. Three of the album's eleven tracks became singles, including "Te Mando Flores", "Como Me Mira" and "Hace Tiempo". The first song won Fonseca one Latin Grammy and reaching the top 40 on the U.S. Latin chart.

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