The duet Cesar & Thiago composed of two Brazilian twin brothers, born in the city of Recife (Northeastern of Brazil) from a Brazilian mother and a Panamanian father interpret different musical genre such as reggaetón, meringue and soca in addition to electric pop incorporated with the Brazilian swing with a young elegant image. In March 3 they arrive in L.A to meet their new manager Donnie Hulett who has plans to introduce them to the U.S market and focus on the powerful Latino community. They schedule a six months stay where a crowdfunding is schedule follow by a single to be recorded, a new video clip, as well as a strong social media campaign with the help of influential media and music personalities such as Ryan Seacrest.
The Brazilian/Panamanian brothers started their artistic career in 2008 with “No Quiero Soñar” a romantic ballad which rapidly obtained acceptance in Panama leading them to their first musical video. That same year they realized their first public performance opening in concert for the Puerto Rican artist Ednita Nazario in Panama City.
In 2009 they released a new hit titled “Amor” mixing Spanish with Portuguese. The song gained great interest in all the radio stations throughout the country and it gains them a nomination in Premios Estrellas Music Awards of that same year held in Miami.
In the end of 2010 they present “Baila Conmigo”. At the beginning of 2011 they join manager and producer of talent Alberto Almendral creating both CLASE A and their first Reggaetón song titled “Dame La Oportunidad”. In 2012 they made history in Panama when they launch “Te Amo” in the style of a Bachata thereby, becoming the first Panamanians to record a Bachata.
In 2013 the charismatic twins solidify their fame in Panama with the merengue “Divina” and the cumbia “Ti Sigo Sonando.” With these more danceable rhythms, their music reached other countries of Central America including the Caribbean.
The brothers Cesar & Thiago Rodriguez reach another level of recognition in their musical career this time in the country that saw their birth, Brazil, when in 2014 they were nominated in 4 categories in the first ever “Night of Reggaetón Awards” in Brazil. The categories were best Brazilian video clip with “Eu Te Esperarei” performed with the Brazilian artist Emerson Enrique (known as “O Rei da Mulherada”); best Brazilian instrumental with the same song; best Reggaetón Brazilian music with “Danza Gostoso”; and best Brazilian reggaetón artist.
Their most recent hit is the Bachata with a mix of Reggaetón “Una Noche Mas” of which they made a well produced video. With this song and other songs not yet promoted in radio nor television, Cesar and Thiago arrive to Los Angeles determined to record their next album while they make a few presentations in California giving a new step in their musical career.