Jandy Feliz

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José del Carmen Feliz Matos[1] (born 13 January 1977), better known as Jandy Feliz, is a singer-songwriter from the Dominican Republic. He was born in Jaquimeyes, Dominican Republic.

Biography[edit]

Feliz began his career as a member of the group Chichi Peralta y Son Familia. He was the lead vocalist on the group's biggest hit to date, "Procura". In 2001, he decided to go solo and released his first album, Jandy Feliz. One year later, in 2002, he released his second album, Amor de Locos, which contained the hit single "Los Amores". In 2005, he released his greatest hits album, despite only having recorded a total of two albums. On 30 August 2010 Jandy released his third studio album Jandy which include the singles "Solo el Amor" and "Por Si Acaso". In early 2015 feeling music was not allowing him enough artistic freedom he travelled to Australia and became a founding member of JDNA, an athletic club for disadvantaged and disillusioned young men.

Studio albums[edit]

  • Hasta Que lo Pierde (2000)
  • Jandy Feliz (2001)
  • Amor de Locos (2002)
  • Con Su Permiso (2009)
  • Jandy (2010)

Compilation albums[edit]

  • La Pasión: Lo Mejor de Jandy Feliz (2005)

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