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About Rogelio Martinez

Mexican-American hunk Rogelio Martinez recorded his first album when he was just 10 years old; a few decades later he's become a star of both stage and screen, landing a role in the telenovela Angel Rebelde and giving heart palpitations to generations of young girls. Born in the Sinaloa region of Mexico and raised in Los Angeles, Martinez is one of the few artists who plays the banda sinaloense of his home state but has carved out a pop niche for himself as well. His hits include "Y Sigues Siendo Tu" and "Amame."

Listen toRogelio Martinezon Rhapsody

Mexican-American hunk Rogelio Martinez recorded his first album when he was just 10 years old; a few decades later he's become a star of both stage and screen, landing a role in the telenovela Angel Rebelde and giving heart palpitations to generations of young girls. Born in the Sinaloa region of Mexico and raised in Los Angeles, Martinez is one of the few artists who plays the banda sinaloense of his home state but has carved out a pop niche for himself as well. His hits include "Y Sigues Siendo Tu" and "Amame."

About Rogelio Martinez

Mexican-American hunk Rogelio Martinez recorded his first album when he was just 10 years old; a few decades later he's become a star of both stage and screen, landing a role in the telenovela Angel Rebelde and giving heart palpitations to generations of young girls. Born in the Sinaloa region of Mexico and raised in Los Angeles, Martinez is one of the few artists who plays the banda sinaloense of his home state but has carved out a pop niche for himself as well. His hits include "Y Sigues Siendo Tu" and "Amame."

About Rogelio Martinez

Mexican-American hunk Rogelio Martinez recorded his first album when he was just 10 years old; a few decades later he's become a star of both stage and screen, landing a role in the telenovela Angel Rebelde and giving heart palpitations to generations of young girls. Born in the Sinaloa region of Mexico and raised in Los Angeles, Martinez is one of the few artists who plays the banda sinaloense of his home state but has carved out a pop niche for himself as well. His hits include "Y Sigues Siendo Tu" and "Amame."