Jaime Camil issued his debut album, Para Estar Contigo, in the summer of 2000, but he had been well-known in Mexico and throughout the Latin community long before that. His performance career began under the influence of this mother, a well-known Brazilian vocalist, when he was only five years old. He also appeared on Spanish-language television programs in Mexico and the U.S. That notariety helped get him a lot of high-profile help on his debut, including compositions by Pachy Lopez, Rudy Perez, Hal Batt, Claudia Brant, Eduardo Osorio, and Javier Rios. ~ Stacia ProefrockPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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