Barrio Boyzz

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Barrio Boyzz
Origin New York City, United States
Genres Latin pop, Contemporary R&B, Pop, Contemporary Latin, New Jack Swing, Adult contemporary
Years active 1991–2001
Labels EMI Records, EMI Latin, SBK Records
Associated acts Selena
Past members
Angel Ramirez
David Davilla
Hans Giraldo
Louie Marrero
Robert Vargas

The Barrio Boyzz were a Puerto Rican boy band. The group was founded in New York City by Joe Jacket (of New Kids on The Block).[1] They were signed to SBK Records in 1991. They also starred in the 1994 movie I Like It Like That. Their duet with American singer Selena called "Donde Quiera Que Estes" peaked at number-one on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks in 1994.[2][3] The band disbanded in 2001[source?].

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