Latin sweetness always calls for Canela!
Posted by Nexos Latinos on December 2010 in, Entertainment
If you took all the heat in Miami, and concentrated it into one human being, it would form actor/singer/songwriter and extraordinary hunk Jencarlos Canela.
The Cuban-American sensation, with his thick curly locks and piercing green eyes, has recently mesmerized telenovela fans in the Telemundo hit, “Mas Sabe el Diablo.” Its theme song, “Amor Quédate,” is the first single from Jencarlos’ debut album, “Búscame,” which entered the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart at number 2. With your high-speed Internet, you can listen to him on many websites, starting with www.jencarlosmusic.com.
Miami-born Jencarlos became the lead singer of the band “Boom Boom Pop” at the age of 12, and began his solo career two years later, performing at Miami’s Calle Ocho Festival, the 2004 and 2005 Miss World Pageants, and the Latin Fiesta Festival in Toronto, Canada.
In 2006 , he was selected by Ford Motor Company to appear in its “Ride Like a Ford” commercial, performing a jingle he’d written. Shortly afterwards, he was tapped for Telemundo’s teen-oriented musical novela “Ídolos de Juventud,” and to his acclaimed performance a year later in Telemundo’s prime-time smash, “Pecados Ajenos.” He played the sensitive and soulful character of “Alfredo Torres,” and performed the theme song with Dominican singer Cristal Marie.
Jencarlos, who was selected as People in Español’s Sexiest Man of 2008, writes lyrics in English, Italian, German and Portuguese. He also plays piano, guitar, and drums.
Jencarlos Canela interview on mun2