Salsa singer from Puerto Rico Héctor Tricoche passes away

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The passing of Tricoche was confirmed by his "brother," and fellow artist Pedro Brull. Primera Hora sources

The singer's cardiac problem caused him to pass away.

According to the salsero's official account, his daughters expressed gratitude for the outpouring of support during a trying time and requested room for their family.

Tricoche, who was born on July 29, 1955 in the municipality of Juana Díaz

the chance to perform with Mickey Cora and the Cabala Orchestra on his debut record session as a professional singer in 1981.

 Tricoche had his leap to popularity in 1984 when he joined the ranks of Tommy Olivencia and his orchestra La Primerísima,

On the other hand, his solo career began in 1990 with the release of songs like "Mujer forbidda," "That's me," "Hacer el amor," and "A corazón abierta."

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