Juan Camilo Hernández, El Indio, with only 25 years has achieved wide recognition in Colombia and other countries in the region. Motivated by his mother, who was also a singer, he started his music career in 2008, forming a duet called Dbastion & El Indio. In 2010 he launched as a soloist and thus began to reap success and share stages with great Latin artists.
We present 5 songs with which you will know El Indio much better, "The owner of the melody".
One of his first solo productions. It allowed him to show the public his versatility in singing and to make himself known in much of the continent, after getting this song to sound on various stations throughout Latin America. It is a very romantic and inclined towards the pop, that wrote so that could be dedicated by the couples in love.
Tocar tu piel Ft Alkilados
In 2014, his song "Tocar tu piel" was widely acclaimed by the Colombian public, ranking in the charts as "La Mega Top 20" by La Mega, where it climbed to number nine. Due to the success of the song, the remix came quickly with the Colombian pop band 'Alkilados', which achieved much more visibility internationally.
Tus besos Ft Maluma
In that same year, El Indio presented "Tus besos", subject in which left much more marked its inclination by the urban gender. The song quickly became a success that toured several stages of the region, however, its scope was even greater when he made the remix of this single along with Maluma, one of the most recognized reggaetoneros in Latin America and the United States.
Gota de sudor ft Sixto Rein
Venezuela was one of the places where El Indio was most recognized, so in 2015 he joined Sixto Rein, a Singer of reggaeton from that country, with whom he made the song 'Gota de Sudor', which reached the top In the lists of Venezuela.
Como te gusta Ft Ballestyc
Its most recent success in collaboration with the Colombian also "Ballestyc", reached the first positions in the transmitters of Colombia and other countries like Mexico. Accompanied by a video that deals with the subject of the deportation of Latinos from the United States.