Wise (composer)

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Gabriel Antonio Ruiz Padilla
Born 1980
Bayamón, Puerto Rico
Genres Reggaeton, latin pop, salsa, bachata, vallenato
Occupation(s) Composer, Singer-songwriter, producer
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1993 - present
Labels Gold Star Music, Pina Records
Associated acts Tony Dize, Rakim & Ken-Y, Zion & Lennox

Gabriel Antonio Cruz Padilla (born 1980) in Bayamón, Puerto Rico, popularly known as Wise (or Wise "The Gold Pen", formerly Wise Da' Gangsta), is a composer, singer-songwriter and reggaeton producer from Puerto Rico. He began his musical career in 1993 at the age of 13 when he composed "Hasta El Sol De Hoy" for the salsa musician, Edgar Joel.

He is best known for his work in the reggaeton genre, with compositions including "Mayor Que Yo", "Down", "Noche De Entierro", and "Te Regalo Amores". As a solo artist, he released three studio albums between 2004 and 2014, as well as a live album in 1998 and three compilation albums between 1997 and 2003.

Musical career[edit]

Wise is known in the Latin music industry as "The Gold Pen". In his career as a composer, having written fifteen songs, eleven have reached first place in the Billboard Magazine charts in four different categories: Hot Latin Song, Latin Rhythm Airplay, Latin Tropical Airplay and Latin Pop Airplay. These fifteen song also reached 27 positions among the top 10 of these charts.

Song credits[edit]

Year Song Performer(s) Album Notes
1993 "Hasta El Soy De Hoy" Edgar Joel Hasta El Soy De Hoy
2004 "Ella Vive Sola" Lito & Polaco featuring Gustavo Laureano Fuera De Serie Chorus only
"Baby, Olvídame" Monchy & Alexandra Hasta El Fin
2005 "Mayor Que Yo" Baby Ranks, Tonny Tun Tun, Wisin & Yandel and Daddy Yankee Más Flow 2 Ranked #1 on the U.S. Billboard Latin Tropical Airplay chart
Co-wroted with Francisco Saldaña, Victor Cabrera, David Acosta, Juan Morera, Llandel Veguilla and Ramón Ayala
2006 "Down" Rakim & Ken-Y Masterpiece Ranked #1 on the U.S. Billboard Latin Rhythm Airplay chart
1 nomination for Premio Lo Nuestro for Urban Song of the Year
2 nominations for Latin Billboards Music Awards for Hot Latin Song and Reggaeton Song of the Year
"Rumor De Guerra" Hector El Father The Bad Boy
"Sola"
"Fría"
"Vamos Allá"
"Te Encontré"
"Hello" Zion Mas Flow: Los Benjamins
"Lento" RBD
"Noche De Entierro" Tonny Tun Tun, Wisin & Yandel, Héctor El Father, Zion and Daddy Yankee Ranked #3 on the U.S. Billboard Latin Rhythm Airplay chart
2007 "Zun Da Da" Zion The Perfect Melody Ranked #5 on the U.S. Billboard Latin Rhythm Airplay chart
"Te Vas"
"Pa' La Tumba" Hector El Father The Bad Boy: The Most Wanted Edition
2008 "María Lola" Grupo Manía 15 Años De Corazón Ranked #50 on the U.S. Billboard Latin Rhythm Airplay chart
"Te Regalo Amores" Rakim & Ken-Y The Royalty: La Realeza Ranked #1 on the U.S. Billboard Latin Rhythm Airplay chart
Awarded as Urban Song of the Year at the ASCAP Latin awards[1]
"Te Amaré" Rakim & Ken-Y featuring Jayko
"He Venido" MJ Mi Sentimiento
"Se Nos Cae La Casa" Hector El Father Juicio Final Co-wroted with Armando Rosario
"Te Vi Llorar"
"Si Me Tocaras" Hector El Father featuring Harry Maldonado Co-wroted with Arthur Hanlon
"Amor Primero" Toby Love Love Is Back
"Llorar Lloviendo"
2009 "El Doctorado" Tony Dize La Melodía De La Calle (Updated Edition) Ranked #1 on the U.S. Billboard Tropical Songs chart
"Mi Amor Es Pobre" Tony Dize featuring Ken-Y Ranked #17 on the U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Songs chart
"Enamorarme Quiero" Mennores Mennores
"Te Amé En Mis Sueños" Rakim & Ken-Y non-album single Ranked #35 on the U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Songs chart
"Carita Linda" Grupo Manía featuring Olga Tañón non-album single Ranked #35 on the U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Songs chart
"Boom Boom" Zion & Lennox Pasado, Presente Y Futuro
2010 "Por Esa Mujer" Chayanne No Hay Imposibles Co-wroted with Ramón Casillas
"15 Inviernos" Elvis Crespo Indestructible Ranked #26 on the U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Songs chart
"Hoy Lo Siento" Zion & Lennox featuring Tony Dize Los Verdaderos Ranked #1 on the U.S. Billboard Tropical Songs chart
2011 "Arco Iris De Colores" Olga Tañón Ni Una Lágrima Más
"Casi Casi" Toby Love La Voz De La Juventud
"Poquito A Poco" Henry Santos Introducing
"Por Amor"
"La Mala" Fanny Lu Felicidad Y Perpetua Co-wroted with Fanny Martínez and Andrés Munera
"Ni Loca" Fanny Lu featuring Dálmata Co-wroted with Fanny Martínez and Andrés Munera
Ranked #1 on the Venezuelan Record Report Top 100 chart
2012 "Duele Sin Ti" Victor Manuelle Busco Un Pueblo
"Princesa Mía" Jalil López non-album single
"Todo Lo Que Sube Baja" Olga Tañón Una Mujer
"Tu Primer Amor" Jalil López non-album single
2013 "No Soy De Piedra" Victor Manuelle Me Llamaré Tuyo
"Lentamente" Arcangel Sentimiento, Elegancia & Maldad
"Prometo Olvidarte" Tony Dize La Melodía De Ustedes Ranked #6 on the U.S. Billboard Tropical Songs chart
2014 "Olé Brazil" Elvis Crespo featuring Maluma non-album single Ranked #1 on the U.S. Billboard Tropical Songs chart
"Pierdo La Cabeza" Zion & Lennox Motivan2 Ranked #1 on the U.S. Billboard Tropical Songs chart
Nominated for a Tu Mundo Award for Song Begins-Celebrations
"Ruleta Rusa" Tony Dize La Melodía De Ustedes
2015 "Baby Boo" Cosculluela 14F
"Bye Bye" Farruko
"Me Dejo Llevar" Arcángel
"En La Nada" Zion & Lennox
"Necesito De Ti" De La Ghetto
"Periódico De Ayer" Ñengo Flow featuring Jory
"Mi Lugar" Maluma featuring Ken-Y
"Ay Ay Ay" Baby Rasta & Gringo
"Él No Estará A Mi Nivel" J Álvarez
"Envejecer Conmigo" Randy
"No Lo Deseas Na" Pusho
"Decisiones" Luigi 21 Plus featuring Arcángel
"No Reciclo Amores" Yomo
"Déjate Llevar" Gotay
"Si Te Vas" Genio
"Por Tí" Jeloz non-album single Ranked #1 on the Spotify Chile

Discography[edit]

Studio albums
Compilation albums
Live albums

Personal life[edit]

Wise is married to Venezuelan actress and singer Alexandra Rodriguez. They live in Miami, Florida.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "18th Annual ASCAP Latin Music Awards: Urbano". ASCAP. 2010-03-23. Retrieved 2012-11-16. 

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