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Leo Mattioli

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CumbiaTube:Lo Mejor de lo Mejor // Paisaje/Nunca me faltes/ No podré olvidarme/ Yo tomo licor/ Mentirosa/Tramposa y mentirosa/ Olv Antonio Ríos, Grupo Red, Amar Azul, Ráfaga 21:49
Llorarás Más de Diez Veces Leo Mattioli, Carolina Antiman 03:31
La Previa Agapornis, Leo Mattioli, Lucas Sugo, Sergio Torres 38:32
Hitazos: Amores Como el Nuestro / Que Fue / Algún día / Tu Amor Me Quema / Arrepiéntete / Tarjetita de Invitación / Empujaito / Si Gilda, Lia Crucet, Adrián y Los Dados Negros, Antonio Ríos 22:10
Tramposa y Mentirosa Leo Mattioli 03:32
Enganchado Fantástico Agapornis, Leo Mattioli, Lucas Sugo, Sergio Torres 39:32
Me Hace Doler El Pecho Nico Mattioli, Leo Mattioli 04:15
Amantes Desiguales Leo Mattioli 04:57
Gata Malvada Leo Mattioli 02:56
Quiero Saber en Dónde Estás Leo Mattioli 04:03

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Biografia

Leonardo Guillermo Mattioli (born on August 13, 1972) is an Argentine singer-songwriter, whose suave brand of romantic cumbia gained a huge following in his native country during the 2000s. As the frontman and vocalist of Grupo Trinidad, Mattioli recorded six highly successful albums and jumped into the spotlight as one of the leading exponents of cumbia santafesina, a subgenre characterized by romantic lyrics and accordion-driven melodies. After a near-death experience in 2000 while touring with Grupo Trinidad, the singer released Un Homenaje Al Cielo, his solo debut. The album expanded Mattioli’s fanbase and spawned the hit singles “Después De Tí,” “Con Él No Soportas,” and “Tramposa y Mentirosa.” A string of sold-out shows at Teatro Gran Rex ensued in 2001, featured on the live album En Directo - Piel con Piel. Despite his ever-growing success, Mattioli struggled with recurring health issues that forced him to cancel several shows. Creciendo (2004) marked the crooner’s return to the stage, featuring a collection of songs recorded live and in the studio. In the following years, Mattioli’s output remained prolific as ever, cementing his reputation as one of the most celebrated cumbia singers in the country. On August 7th, 2011, a couple of days before turning 39, Mattioli suffered a cardiac arrest that resulted in his premature death.