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About Andy Andy

Dominican bachata heartthrob Andy Andy -- who's so hot you have to say his name twice, apparently -- hit the scene hard in 2002 with his debut, Aqui Conmigo. The album was so popular that it was nominated for Billboard's Best Tropical Album of the Year/New Artist award, while his next released garnered a Latin Grammy nomination. Released in 2005, his third album, Ironia, saw the star taking lots of chances, including both a reggaeton remix and a version of the Otis Redding classic "Sitting On the Dock of the Bay."

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Listen toAndy Andyon Napster

Dominican bachata heartthrob Andy Andy -- who's so hot you have to say his name twice, apparently -- hit the scene hard in 2002 with his debut, Aqui Conmigo. The album was so popular that it was nominated for Billboard's Best Tropical Album of the Year/New Artist award, while his next released garnered a Latin Grammy nomination. Released in 2005, his third album, Ironia, saw the star taking lots of chances, including both a reggaeton remix and a version of the Otis Redding classic "Sitting On the Dock of the Bay."

About Andy Andy

Dominican bachata heartthrob Andy Andy -- who's so hot you have to say his name twice, apparently -- hit the scene hard in 2002 with his debut, Aqui Conmigo. The album was so popular that it was nominated for Billboard's Best Tropical Album of the Year/New Artist award, while his next released garnered a Latin Grammy nomination. Released in 2005, his third album, Ironia, saw the star taking lots of chances, including both a reggaeton remix and a version of the Otis Redding classic "Sitting On the Dock of the Bay."

About Andy Andy

Dominican bachata heartthrob Andy Andy -- who's so hot you have to say his name twice, apparently -- hit the scene hard in 2002 with his debut, Aqui Conmigo. The album was so popular that it was nominated for Billboard's Best Tropical Album of the Year/New Artist award, while his next released garnered a Latin Grammy nomination. Released in 2005, his third album, Ironia, saw the star taking lots of chances, including both a reggaeton remix and a version of the Otis Redding classic "Sitting On the Dock of the Bay."