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Uriel Lozano is a singer and songwriter from Argentina performing cumbia music across the Latin world. He was born and raised in Santa Fe and stepped into the spotlight early, joining the cumbia group Sol Latino in 1994 when he was aged 13. He performed with the group for three years until, after an audition, he joined the Swing Group as lead singer. After a three-year stint Lozano moved on again, this time to replace the deceased Leo Mattioli in the famous Trinidad Group. He spent several years with the group, releasing several records, before striking out on his own.
In March 2005 Lozano made his first appearance as a solo artist and soon released his debut album, 'Hay más de mi'. A live album followed a year later and his sophomore studio effort, 'Hasta allá en el cielo' (2007) went gold.
Over the next decade Lozano kept a steady stream of studio and live albums coming, earning the Gardel Award for Best Male Tropical Album with 'Siempre es más débil el que se enamora' in 2014.