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Willie Colón


Willie Colón, Bronx-born of Puerto Rican grandparents, has fused his musical talent, his passion for humanity, and his community and political activism into an extraordinary, multifaceted career. His achievements in all his activities are widely recognized. As musician, composer, arranger, singer, and trombonist, as well as producer and director, ... See full bio »
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El cantante
El cantante Composer
(2006)
Empire
Empire Soundtrack
(2002)
Ciudad Delirio
Ciudad Delirio Soundtrack
(2014)

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 2015 Black Mass (performer: "No Me Llores Más") / (writer: "No Me Llores Más")
 2014 Small Time (writer: "Che Che Cole")
 2014 Ciudad Delirio ("Ah Ah Oh No", "Oh Que Será?")
 2009 Next Day Air (writer: "Aguanile", "El Dia de Mi Suerte" - as Willie Colon)
 2008 So You Think You Can Dance (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode)
- The Top 18 Perform (2008) ... (performer: "Aguanile")
 2008 Street Kings (writer: "Aguanile")
 2008 Paraiso Travel ("Ausencia')
 2007 Banda sonora (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Episode #1.11 (2007) ... (writer: "Pedro Navaja")
 2007 Memòries de la tele (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Episode #2.8 (2007) ... (writer: "Pedro Navaja")
 2007 Illegal Tender (performer: "Que Lio") / (writer: "Que Lio")
 2006 El cantante (writer: "Aguanile", "Che Che Cole", "Que Lio", "Todo Tiene Su Final", "El Die De Mi Suerte")
 2006 Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (Video Game) ("El Malo", uncredited) / (writer: "El Malo" - uncredited)
 2005 Corazón Partido (TV Series) (performer: "Corazón Partido") / (writer: "Corazón Partido")
 2003 Operación triunfo (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Episode #3.4 (2003) ... (writer: "Pedro Navaja")
 2002 Empire (performer: "Plastico")
 2001 Piñero (performer: "Calle Luna Calle Sol") / (writer: "Calle Luna Calle Sol")
 1999 Runaway Bride (performer: "Pa Colombia (Sample)" by nm0192661)
 1993 Carlito's Way (performer: "Che Che Cole", "Abuelita" - as Willie Colon) / (writer: "Abuelita") / (writer: "Che Che Cole", "El Todopodersos" - as Willie Colon)
 1991 Fires Within (performer: "Pun Pun Catafu")
 1988 Oliver & Company (producer: "Buscando Guyaba")
 1988 Salsa (performer: "Son Matamoros" - as Willie Colon)
 1988 Primavera (TV Series) (performer: "Pregunta por Ahí")
 1987 La intrusa (TV Series) (performer: "¿Quién Eres Tú?") / (writer: "¿Quién Eres Tú?")
 1984 The Rosebud Beach Hotel (performer: "Come Down to Miami" - as Willie Colon)
 1982 Vigilante (as Willie Colon, "Vigilante", "Pase la noche fumando") / (performer: "Pase la noche fumando" - as Willie Colon) / (producer: "Vigilante", "Triste y vacia", "Pase la noche fumando", "Juanito alimana" - as Willie Colon)
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Special Assistant and Liaison to Mayor Michael Bloomberg - Since 2002 See more »

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Alternate Names:

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Trivia:

Record World Magazine Award - 1978 Best Production Puerto Rico. See more »

Trademark:

Many of his album will have a tongue in cheek, bad boy connotation See more »

Nickname:

El Malo Del Bronx

Star Sign:

Taurus

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