They had major hits with "Shhh!", "Boom Boom", "No Tengo Dinero" and "Desde Que No Estás Aquí" which were sung by DJ Kane. DJ Kane was one of the original members along with Frankie J to leave Los Kumbia Kings for a solo career, and signed a contract with EMI to record and form his own group. With help from veteran musicians Roland Gutierrez and Mariano Harerra, he put together a super group with musicians from famous backgrounds and a high power show which would leave audiences shocked. In 2004, he released his self titled first album DJ Kane which went to number 8 on the Billboard charts with hits including "La Negra Tomasa" and "Mía", also earning two Latin Grammy nominations for Best Urban Album and Producer of the Year. The following year, DJ Kane released his second album titled Capitulo II: Brinca and reached number 28 on Billboard, also earning a Latin Grammy nomination for the Best Tropical Regional Mexican Album, though this award went to his former group Los Kumbia Kings which had released its live album titled Kumbia Kings Live. In 2007 Jason released his final album as a solo artist titled Capitulo III: Ahogando Penas and in February 2008 he rejoined A.B. Quintanilla with his new group Los Kumbia All Starz when three vocalists Pee Wee, Roque and Memo from A.B.
Quintanilla's group left. He went on to record in A.B. Quintanilla Y Los Kumbia All Starz's third album La Vida De Un Genio which reatured such hits as "Hipnótika" featuring Voltio and Marciano Cantero from Los Enanitos Verdes as well as "Mentirosa" featuring T López and Yeyo Cancio. DJ Kane is currently working on a project alongside another former Kumbia All Starz member Ricky Rick. The two discussed the idea while on a trip to Bolivia and have since teamed up with mega producers Yeyo Cancio, Reynold Martinez and Grammy Award winning producer Robert Bobbo Gomez to produce the duo's latest album which is said to release in early 2011.
The album's first single "Contigo Me Voy" is scheduled to be released in early January 2011. The new album is also rumored to feature a number of guest artists. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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