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Though he has been active in the music business for years, Fuego came into his own with a several solo hits in the early 2010s, and became even more visible when he released a Spanish-language reworking of Drake's "Hotline Bling." Signing on with Pitbull's label Mr. 305, he released several more reworked versions of other artists' songs before coming out with his major-label debut Libre: Fireboy Forever in the summer of 2018. Born Miguel Duran on September 24, 1981, in Washington, D.C., Fuego was raised by his father to appreciate tropical music legends such as Frankie Ruiz, Juan Luis Guerra, and Héctor Lavoe. On his own, he developed an appreciation for American rappers such as 2Pac, the Notorious B.I.G., and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. Fuego began his musical performance career in 1998 as a member of 3-Men2 Tremendo. Nothing came of the group, but his experience helped him foster the skills that would later draw the attention of Chencho from Plan B, who in turn introduced him to Boy Wonder. The C.E.O. of Chosen Few Emerald Entertainment, Boy Wonder, saw promise in the young vocalist and featured him on the various-artists compilation El Draft 2005. As part of the Chosen Few artist roster, Fuego was featured on the subsequent compilations El Documental II (2006) and Chosen Few III: The Movie (2008). Following the Amor y Fuego mixtape and the "Super Estrella" promotional single with Omega, Fuego released "Que Buena Tu Ta" as his official solo debut single. A fusion of mambo and reggaeton that features Dominican-born Hindi vocalist Deevani, "Que Buena Tu Ta" was originally released in 2009 but didn't catch on until the following year, when it became one of the summer's biggest tropical hits. Meanwhile, as "Que Buena Tu Ta" was climbing the Billboard Tropical Songs chart, Fuego made his full-length album debut with La Música del Futuro (2010) and released the follow-up single "Ya Te Olvide." The years that followed were busy and successful for Fuego, with non-stop touring and new singles coming at a rapid pace. After extensive touring he relocated from D.C. to Miami and in 2013 released his "Mala Mia" single and video. After several other singles, he released the Fireboy Forever mixtape in late 2014. The next year was a huge year for him, as he both joined the roster of Pitbull's label Mr. 305 and scored a viral hit with "Cuanda Suena El Bling" his Spanish-language reworking of Drake's monster single "Hotline Bling." Though it was his most visible track of this nature and some critics went so far as to rank it better than the original, Fuego had actually reworked several other artists' hits in Spanish-language versions, including takes on songs by Travis Scott, Gyptian, and others. In early 2016, he released his second album, Fireboy Forever 2. He began working with producer DVLP (known for work on hits by Lady Gaga, Eminem and other stars) and the two worked diligently towards creating Libre: Fireboy Forever. The full-length album was Fuego's first for a major label, and saw release on Universal Music Latino in the summer of 2018. ~ Jason Birchmeier
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  2.   Good Vibes featuring Amenazzy
  3.   La Weed featuring C. Tangana
  4.   Como Un Angel
  5.   Fireboy Live
  6.   Obama
  7.   Super Estrella by Omega "El Fuerte"
  8.   Dame Banda
  9.   Mi Alma Se Muere featuring Omega
  10.   Mambo para Bailar
  11.   11:25
  12.   Sho'n Love
  13.   Ice Cream
  14.   Back to Mexico
  15.   Sin Parar featuring Eladio Carrion
  16.   No Quiero Nunca
  17.   Las Tres Copas
  18.   Good Vibes by Nicky Jam
  19.   Dos Balazos
  20.   Siente El Fire
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  22.   Bien Fancy by Greeicy
  23.   Lewinsky
  24.   Dancin by A.CHAL
  25.   Super Estrella by Omega
  26.   Sigo Fresh by Duki
  27.   Fame
  28.   A Mi Manera
  29.   Teddi
  30.   Me Gustas
  31.   Prendo Uno
  32.   Costumes
  33.   U R the Father
  34.   Good Vibes featuring C. Tangana
  35.   Me Mata
  36.   Flex
  37.   Que Buena Tu Ta by Serani
  38.   Super High
  39.   Estare Aqui
  40.   Nuevo by Amenazzy
  41.   Ya Te Olvide featuring Juliana
  42.   Reconoce
  43.   Millones
  44.   Mujer del Ayer
  45.   Como Yo
  46.   Lo Bombero
  47.   Saucee
  48.   Let Me Introduce You
  49.   Hey Girl
  50.   Entregate a Mi
  51.   Envidia
  52.   Gold Rush
  53.   Money Counter
  54.   Just Say I Do
  55.   Me Gustan Todas
  56.   Loco Por Llegar
  57.   Dancin by A.CHAL
  58.   Weekend
  59.   Ups and Downs
  60.   You Scared
  61.   Can You Hear Me
  62.   La Frontera
  63.   U La La
  64.   Quien Puede Pararme
  65.   Money All Over the World
  66.   Amigos
  67.   Una Vaina Loca by El Potro
  68.   Brindar
  69.   Where Would I Be
  70.   Que Buena Tu Ta
  71.   Pours Out
  72.   Vivir Sin Ti
  73.   Mi Prisionera
  74.   Hustlin Time by Rick Ross
  75.   1 Tim 6:9-10
  76.   Quiero Verte
  77.   Tu Piel
  78.   Vuelvo a Caer
  79.   Nada Mejor
  80.   Good Vibes by Nicky Jam
  81.   Losing Control by Shayla
  82.   Préndelo
  83.   Perdon
  84.   Me Enamore
  85.   No Me Dispares
  86.   Dragon Room
  87.   Submit (Intro)
  88.   Vida Secreta
  89.   Ya No Te Enganare
  90.   Ya Te Olvide
  91.   Solo Quiero Amarte
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