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Juan Belmonte's official music career started by the hand of Michael Jackson when, after winning an international dj contest was hired to produce and mix the official History Megamix for the late King of Pop.
His next job was as arranger and producer for two of the tracks of the breakthrough multiplatinum album "A Medio Vivir" for Ricky Martin. This led to his first major success with the multi-million selling album, "Palabra de Mujer", for Mónica Naranjo, for whom he played, produced and arranged four songs, now classics for the latin & Spanish audiences.
For several years, Juan combined producing underground house and dance music with productions for major latin, Spanish and American artists using several aliases, such as Pumpin' Dolls, a name that made him a successful career not only in Spain but worldwide. As Pumpin' Dolls he topped #1 on Billboard USA three separate times with the hit remix singles, "Strong Enough" (Cher), "Maria Maria" (Santana), and "Unpretty" (TLC) -- each of them Grammy Award winners for best single. He had also several #1 and top 10's on countries all over the world.
Kylie Minogue, Rashaan Patterson, Mike Oldfield, Christopher Cross, Whitney Houston, Matt Bianco, Amanda Lear, A-Ha, Emilia, Shakira, Malú, Shalim, Miami Sound Machine and Blue are just some of the artists that quickly turned to Pumpin' Dolls for a fresh take on their songs. In 2005, after seven feverish years of non-stop work with more than 30 #1 chart hits and four albums under his belt, Juan disolved Pumpin' Dolls from his financial partner and decided to restart his career as an artist and also began to write and direct music videos.
After several years producing more big hits for Spanish diva Mónica Naranjo and albums to other artists, as well as two albums of his own, Juan took a three year hiatus. He was finally able to relax and reflect on his life and his body of work, and he used this time to write his first novel, "Ayer" (Yesterday), released by Amazon stores worldwide on july 2015.
In 2012, refreshed and reenergized -- and with a passion for music at an all-time high -- Juan got back in the game and formed his own record label, Juan Belmonte Music, home among others of the indie label The Dance Hut, focused on nurturing new talents around the world.
Juan Belmonte Discography Tracks
- 41 Remix
- 4 Vocals
- 8 Instruments & Performance
- 26 Writing & Arrangement
- 43 Production
- 19 Technical
- 2 Visual
|CDA-2001||Juan Belmonte||Fabulosa Fab-01 (CD, Album)||Coda Music||CDA-2001||Spain||2006||Sell This Version|
|MXCD 1727 CS||Juan Belmonte||Olivia Valere's Night & Chill By Juan Belmonte (CD, Album, Dig)||Blanco Y Negro (2)||MXCD 1727 CS||Spain||2007||Sell This Version|
|JBM106||Juan Belmonte||Fabulosa (10th Anniversary Edition) (CD, Album, S/Edition)||Juan Belmonte Music S.L.||JBM106||Spain||2016||Sell This Version|