George Lamond became an instant star for his first freestyle album, Bad of the Heart, which yielded the hit single with the same name and as well as “Without You” and “Look Into My Eyes.” This paved the way for other popular albums in both the freestyle genre as well as modern approaches to traditional Latin music, including “Where Does That Leave Love” and “Oye Mi Canto.”
Judy Torres’ debut album Love Story, is considered by many to be a freestyle collection essential. With numerous major club hits like “Please Stay Tonight,” ”Come Into My Arms,” “Love Story,” “I Love You, Will You Love Me” and “No Reason To Cry,” her name became synonymous with freestyle music. Currently, Torres hosts a Sunday-night Freestyle show on New York’s popular radio station, WKTU 103.5, where she plays the best singles of the genre.
DJ Lucho’s early exposure to the harmonious rhythms of Latin music in his Harlem neighborhood nurtured an innate talent that propelled him to become one of the most gifted DJs and producers in the music industry. His interaction with different genres of music has allowed him to develop a unique and versatile style, which was guided by his deep appreciation for various cultures and their musical influences.