Not to be confused with El Sie7e, an alternative rock band from Columbia, Sie7e is a Latin pop singer/songwriter from Puerto Rico with an eclectic style that draws from rock en espa+¦ol and tropical as well as pop and reggae styles. Born David Rodr+¡guez Labault, he made his full-length album debut in 2006 with the eponymous effort Sie7e on the independent label Musica Estival. Released in conjunction with Machete Music, his second album, Para Mi (2008), was a breakout success that spawned the singles "Al+¦," "C+¦gelo," and "Don't Worry Be Happy," the latter a Spanglish cover version of Bobby McFerrin's 1988 international smash hit. A few years later, Sie7e released his third album, Mucha Cosa Buena (2011), on the independent label La Vida Buena Music. A Top Ten hit on the Billboard Latin Pop Albums chart, it includes the singles "Tengo Tu Love" and "Mucha Cosa Buena." ~ Jason BirchmeierPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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