Rubby Perez

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Rubby Perez at the 2009 Dominican Parade in New York City

Rubby Perez is a singer born in the Dominican Republic, better known as "La voz mas alta del merengue" or "The highest voice in merengue."[1] He has had two hits on Billboard's charts. His self-titled album Rubby Pérez spent two weeks on the Tropical chart, peaking at number fifteen, and his song "Enamorado de Ella" went to number twentynine on the Latin chart.[2] His brother is former Major League Baseball player Neifi Perez.[3]

Discography[edit]

  • 2010 Genial
  • 2002 Volando Alto
  • 2002 Vuelve el Merengue
  • 2002 El Cantante
  • 1998 No Te Olvides
  • 1996 Rubby Perez, Vol. 2
  • 1995 Rubby Perez [BMG]
  • 1992 Fiesta Para Dos
  • 1991 Simplemente Amor
  • 1990 Rubby Perez [Karen #1]
  • 1990 Rubby Perez [Karen #2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rubby Pérez presenta nuevo álbum en NY" (Rubby Pérez presents a new album in NY) El Nacional March 15, 2010 http://www.elnacional.com.do/que-pasa/2010/3/15/42638/Rubby-Perez-presenta-nuevo-album-en-NY
  2. ^ "Rubby Perez Album & Song Chart History | Billboard.com" http://www.billboard.com/artist/369241/rubby+perez/chart retrieved July 7, 2011
  3. ^ [1]

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