Justo Betancourt

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Justo Betancourt (born December 6, 1940) is a Cuban singer famous for his interpretation of Pa' bravo yo. Justo Betancourt_sentence_0

He was born in Matanzas, but has lived a significant amount of time in Puerto Rico. Justo Betancourt_sentence_1

His music shows Cuban influence but developed in the direction of Puerto Rican Salsa. Justo Betancourt_sentence_2

Betancourt led a group called Borincuba (Conjunto Borincuba), a combination of the names Cuba and Borinquen, a name for Puerto Rico of Taíno origin. Justo Betancourt_sentence_3

In addition to recording a number of solo albums, he has played with the Fania All Stars and Sonora Matancera, as well as performing with musicians and singers such as Celia Cruz, Mongo Santamaría, Eddie Palmieri and Ray Barretto, among others. Justo Betancourt_sentence_4

Discography Justo Betancourt_section_0

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  • El Explosivo (1968)Justo Betancourt_item_0_0
  • El Que Sabe, Sabe (1970)Justo Betancourt_item_0_1
  • Los Dinamicos (1971)Justo Betancourt_item_0_2
  • Pa' Bravo Yo (1972)Justo Betancourt_item_0_3
  • Sigo Bravo (1974)Justo Betancourt_item_0_4
  • Lo Sabemos (1975)Justo Betancourt_item_0_5
  • Ubane (1976)Justo Betancourt_item_0_6
  • Distanto y Differente (1977)Justo Betancourt_item_0_7
  • The Best of Justo Betancourt (1977)Justo Betancourt_item_0_8
  • ¡Presencia! (1978)Justo Betancourt_item_0_9
  • Yo Sin Ti (1979)Justo Betancourt_item_0_10
  • La Sonora Matancera con Justo Betancourt (1981)Justo Betancourt_item_0_11
  • Leguleya No (1982)Justo Betancourt_item_0_12
  • El Bravo de Siempre (1992)Justo Betancourt_item_0_13
  • Mato (1998)Justo Betancourt_item_0_14

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