Roberto Tapia is a Spanish singer perhaps best known for his number one hit album, El Muchacho. Roberto Tapia began singing at age 13, when he perform at local venues with friends, then he would go to known record labels and try to sell them his music. Roberto Tapia’s debut self-titled album was released in 2002 by Sony International. It featured 12 tracks, including “Entrega de Amor” or “Love’s Delivery”, “Loco, Loco” or “Crazy, Crazy”, “Celos” or “Jealousy” and many more hits.
It wasn’t until 2008 that Roberto Tapia would release his second studio album, titled Los Amigos del M on Machete Music which featured his songs “Pensé Que Te Había Olvidado” or “Thought I Had Forgotten You”, “Los Amigos del M” or “The Friends of M” and “Las Edades” or “Ages”, which gained him notoriety in the music community. 2009 saw the release of Roberto Tapia’s album El Nino De la Tuna, including the ballad "El Nino de la Tuna" described the infamous drug lord Chapo Guzman’s life story. Then, in 2010, Roberto Tapia released La Batalla, which included the songs “Brazo Armado” or “Armed Arm”, “No Fue Fácil” or “It Wasn’t Easy”, “El Cachorro del Animal” or “The Animal’s Offspring” and many more. Roberto Tapia’s El Corrido del nino was released in 2011 and featured his hit songs “Amor Limosnero” or “Love Beggers”, “El Corrido del niño” or “The Ballad of the Boy” and “Estúpido Por Ti” or “Stupid For You”. Roberto Tapia followed that up with his live album, simply titled Live in 2011.
Roberto Tapia’s album El Muchacho was released in 2012 and received a nomination for Artist of the Year and Best Song for “Mirando al Cielo”. El Muchacho also quickly climbed to the top of the Billboard charts for Latin albums. Don’t miss the next Roberto Tapia concert when he comes to your town to perform. Score big with TicketCity – The place to go for Roberto Tapia tickets.
Roberto Tapia Tour 2016
In 2016, Roberto Tapia played a few select shows in California, Mexico and the US south west. During performances on his 2016 tour, Roberto Tapia played songs that spanned across his entire musical career, including Amor Limosnero” or “Love Beggers”, “El Corrido del niño” or “The Ballad of the Boy”, “Estúpido Por Ti” or “Stupid For You”. Pensé Que Te Había Olvidado” or “Thought I Had Forgotten You”, “Los Amigos del M” or “The Friends of M”, “Las Edades” or “Ages” and many more.