Making Regional Mexican and Latin pop music is totally different from releasing an urban song. But, this week’s Latin Artist on the Rise, Jary, has proven that nothing is impossible when you feel passion for what you do.
Born in Guadalajara, Mexico, Jary started in music at a very young age, composing his own songs, including one that was featured on Televisa’s Pequeños Gigantes show. Things have only gone up for the now 21-year-old, who has since performed in famed Mexico venues such as the Estadio Azteca and Jalisco Stadium.
In his list hits, the Mexican singer has a variety romantic songs like “Nunca, Nunca,” “Uno en un Millón,” “Perdoname” featuring Luis Coronel, and “No Te Cambiaria.”
Find out more about Jary below.
Major Accomplishment: In 2015, Jary was chosen to open two Enrique Iglesias concerts in León and Guadalajara, Mexico. In 2016 he signed as an exclusive artist Sony Music Mexico.
Recommended Song: “La Meta,” a song where the artist ventures into the urban genre accompanied by Juhn.
What’s Next: Jary is getting ready to drop a new single in October and, then, he will be visiting the U.S. for a promotional tour.