Mario VI

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Mario VI
Born Mario Abner Rivera Rivera
(1978-01-22) 22 January 1978 (age 39)
Canóvanas, Puerto Rico
Nationality Puerto Rican
Occupation DJ, producer, and singer
Years active 1997-present
Known for Founder of VI Music

Mario Abner Rivera Rivera (born 22 January 1978), better known as Mario VI is a Puerto Rican reggaeton recording artist.[1]

Born in Canóvanas, Puerto Rico, Rivera worked in the business side of the industry before becoming a recording artist.[1] He founded the record label VI Music. He was for a long time the primary chorist of the reggaeton artist Don Omar.[1] Now he works for Spanish Broadcasting System (SBS) for a radio station La Nueva 94 (WOND 94.7FM WODA 94.1FM) in Puerto Rico, main urban radio station. He is co-host to a daily radio show (M-F) at 3PM-7PM with El Coyote, however "El Goldo y La Pelua" are in the first position at that time.

He is also a successful comedian, songwriter, radio personality and recently (2015) became a father with current wife Michelle.

Singles[edit]

  • "El Brindis" (2007)
  • "Dos Amantes, Dos Amigos" (feat. La Sista) (2008)
  • "El Mojón flotando en el toile" (feat. Cano Peo) (2017)

Featured Singles[edit]

  • "Ella Sabe Que Se Ve Bien" (Gallego feat. Mario VI) (2006)

Album appearances[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Gutierrez, Evan C. "Mario VI Biography", Allmusic, retrieved 2010-12-16