Pali (singer)

Juan Pablo Hernández Smith, artisticly named Pali (Chile, June 10th, 1982), is a pop-rock chilean singer. He is known for being son of Marcelo, from the TV show Cachueros.

With eletropop based and soft balladas, Pali presented himself in 2004 on chilean scenario, releasing his first album called Electrocardiograma. It had 10 songs, among which Daniel Guerrero's production and composition stood out.

His lyrics are all about daily life, that most of times seem to find some lost in time difficulty. That shows up through his song's simplicity.

In 2006, Pali comes back to media with his new releasing En frecuencia, whose first single was Buscaré. Through this production, he intends to be much more uninhibited by showing up a great change in his musical style.

Discography

2004: Electrocardiograma

*01 - Me Carga
*02 - Lejos
*03 - Viña
*04 - Tu Libertad
*05 - Quien Es Quien
*06 - Que Ves
*07 - Creo En Ti
*08 - Claustrofobia
*09 - Donde
*10 - Quien Más Que Tú
2006: En Frecuencia

*01 - Kilómetros de Aquí
*02 - No Escaparás
*03 - Quien Te Dijo
*04 - Buscaré
*05 - Siempre Lo Estarás
*06 - Malvado Como Ayer
*07 - Escondo Mi Voz
*08 - Para No Verte Más
*09 - Siempre Por Ti
*10 - + Arriba

Singles

*Lejos (Electrocardiograma)
*Creo En Ti (Electrocardiograma)
*Claustrofobia (Electrocardiograma)
*Buscaré (En Frecuencia)
*Kilómetros De Aquí (En Frecuencia)
*Para No Verte Más (En Frecuencia)


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