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Larry Hernandez is an American Regional Mexican singer, composer, and television star who was born in Los Angeles, California. His musical influence comes from his family; his grandfather is a musician, as well as some of his cousins and other family members who are also well known artists. Hernandez's biggest influence and idol is the late Chalino Sanchez, but he also feels admiration for many artists and his musical influences have a big range. Hernandez is a multifaceted musician; he is a composer, singer, songwriter, drummer and accordion player. He lived in Los Angeles until he was four when his family moved to Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico. He spent most of his adolescence in Culiacán before starting his musical career.
Roberto Tapia is an American singer of Mexican ancestry. Tapia was born in 1984 in San Diego, California and raised in Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico. Tapia adopted the Regional Mexican genre and in August 2012, his album El Muchacho hit #1 on Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart. Tapia was one of three coaches on the first two seasons of La Voz Kids, a Spanish-language version of The Voice featuring American Spanish-speaking children on the Telemundo Network. He inclusively became a business man in the year of 2013, promoting restaurants, and still continuing with his singer life.