Freddy Lopez was born in Santurce, Puerto Rico. In 1977 he participated in the "The Village Kids" at an early age. After moving to New York, Freddy participated in groups like Young Sound Device and New Image by doing choreography and dancing.
In 1987 Freddy took modeling class at Pasarella Modeling Studios with Carlos Emmanuely, after finishing he decided to become a recording artist's and trained his voice in the Bloomingdale School Of Music.
Shortly after Freddy started to perform as a single artist, and got more and more involved with Freestyle Dance Music, Freddy Lopez was sign to Pryme Time Records, and released his first single Baby Listen To Me and his first solo Album "Tu Jugaste Con Mi Amor" produced by Artie Rodriguez, four songs of the album I Keep On Trying, Tu Jugaste Con Mi Amor,No Aguanto Mas and No Puedo Vivir Sin Ti went into Radio rotations and even chart positions.
In 1995 he presented his own TV Show El Show de Freddy Lopez to Bronxnet Channel 69, the borough'
Genre: Electronic: Dance
Release Date: 2013