Cuban-born singer/songwriter Francisco Céspedes left his physician career to get involved in popular music. The talented artist decided to stay in Mexico while visiting the country along with the Cuban Modern Music Orquestra. In 1992, Luis Miguel recorded his songs "Pensar En Ti," featured on his album Aries, and "Que Tu Te Vas," on Nada Es Igual, which were good enough to captivate the attention of Warner Music. In 1997, Francisco Céspedes participated in Viña del Mar Festival, representing Mexico with "Hablo de Ti" and issuing his debut album, Vida Loca, that same year. In 1998, the singer and composer joined Presuntos Implicados, recording "Nadie Como Tú." Later, Céspedes made Donde Esta La Vida, recorded in Mexico and the U.S., produced by Juan Carlos Paz y Puente. ~ Drago Bonacich, Rovi