Composer, bassist, drummer and music producer. One of the most important Cuban and popular musicians of the moment. Exponent of a contemporary urban sound of strong vibration, a musician called to make history. In 2015 Bueno was worthy three Latin Grammy awards (Best Urban interpretation, Best Urban Song and Song of the Year); equal number of victories achieved in Premios Lo Nuestro (Video of the Year, Song of the Year and Collaboration of the year), all thanks to the worldwide success of the song “Bailando” with Enrique Iglesias and Gente de Zona. Descemer Bueno Martinez was born on July 5, 1971 in Old Havana, Cuba. He began his formal music studies in 1980 to 1991 specializing in classical guitar at the Conservatory Elementary Manuel Samuel, Middle Level Amadeo Roldan Conservatory graduate and Professor of Classical Guitar Concert Guitarist. His early work as guitarist and bassist begin at the National Center of Concert Music in Havana, began as bassist band Mood Santiago Feliu. Years later he produced albums for different people like Pavel and Gema, Fernando Alvarez, Haydee Milanes, Diana Fuentes and other figures of our Cuban music and producing his latest album Love and Music with Kelvis Ochoa. Serving as a teacher he worked at Stanford University in California playing Cuban music. This time is set in New York City where he and other Cuban musicians where he founded the fusion band Yerba Buena from this time his works have been around film and music so far, and was nominated in several times for a Grammy, Latin Music, being on the Billboard list, participating in various film festivals nationally and internationally for best soundtrack. Years later created his own band Seven Rays with a fusion of cumbia, reggae, calypso and hip hop markets introduced in momentous Havana, New York, Los Angeles, Miami. He has also shared the stage with artists such as Thalia, Enrique Iglesias Besides composing their latest hits of past years and many Cuban groups such as Interactive and others.
Now days he promotes the singles “Súbeme la radio” alongside Enrique Iglesias and “El problema es el amor” featuring Jorge Villamizar