Eddy Lover

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Eddy Lover
Background information
Birth name Eduardo Mosquera
Also known as El Pequeño de la Banda
Born (1985-03-15) March 15, 1985 (age 32)
Panama City, Panama Flag of Panama.svg
Genres Reggaeton
Spanish reggae
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2000–present
Labels Panama Music
Machete Music
Universal Music
Factory Corp.
Associated acts La Factoría, Flex, Makano, Aspirante
Website Universal Musica Website

Eduardo Mosquera (born March 15, 1985),[1] better known by his stage name Eddy Lover, is a Panamanian reggaeton and Spanish reggae singer/songwriter. Eddy Lover rose to international fame with his guest appearance on La Factoría's 2006 smash hit Perdóname.


Mosquera was born in Panama City, Panama. He began singing at the age of 12 but it was not until 2000 that he recorded his first song called "Lloro" when he participated in the famous Panamanian mix albums Poison and Las Propias. In 2006, Lover signed a record deal with Panama Music. That same year Eddy Lover recorded Prefiero que te Vayas and Vete. Both songs became huge hits in Panama.

Two years later the artist released his debut album Perdóname. The album included songs like Luna, No Debiste Volver and the smash hit Perdóname. La Factoría gave the artist several awards including a Platinum Disc.[2] In March 2011, he released his second album New Age. In 2011, he leaves Panama Music to join Factory Corp. and in 2015 under that same label releases his new studio album, Flow Lover.


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