After much delay, his first solo album was released in 2004, Top Of The Line. The album was a hit, reaching #1 in Puerto Rico and knocking Rakim y Ken-Y’s album, “Masterpiece”, to #2 (which was a huge achievement, as Rakim y Ken-Y were being called “The New Héctor y Tito” and their CD, Masterpiece, was also an incredible hit). However, even though Top Of The Line sold incredibly well, it fell short of beating Masterpiece’s record of most CD’s sold in the first week of release in Puerto Rico.
Top Of The Line featured 20 new songs, with collaboration from artists such as Daddy Yankee, Don Omar and Beenie Man. It featured quite a number of hits, such as “Caile”, “Mía” (with Daddy Yankee), “Tu Cintura” (with Don Omar), “Flow Natural” (with Beenie Man and Deevani) “Secreto”, “Máximo”, “Tuve Que Morir” and “Me Da Miedo” among others.
It’s My Time is the second album by Tito “El Bambino” released October 2, 2007. The first single Solo dime que sí is already getting plenty of airplay on the radio. Artists featured on It’s My Time are RKM & Ken-Y in “Fans”, Pharrell in “Booty”, Toby Love in “La Busco”, Jadiel in “Sol, Playa y Arena” with Arcangel and Franco “El Gorila” on the remix and with many other hits like “En La Disco” Olga Tañón on the remix and “El Tra”.
El Patron is Tito El Bambino’s third solo CD. The hit, Vamos Pa’l Agua was released before the CD to let fans know what lay ahead, but was ultimately not included in the album. The CD includes his fellow reggaeton artists Zion y Lennox, and Plan B. Some chart toppers of this album include “El Amor” and “Under”, which also have chart topping videos. “El Amor” was officially remixed 4 times with 4 different artists: Yolandita Monge, Jenni Rivera, Chiky Flow, and La India.
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