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Kings of Flow


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Located in the heart of Los Angeles music row where world class talent is at work daly creating today's hottest selling music. Latin music is hot!.There are more latin music stations in america than never before.New artits like "DADDY YANKEE" AND "KINGS OF FLOW" are coming out with immediate sold records. - Carlos I Talavera Publishing Company


Girls Gone Wild(Los Tiradores Vol.1 2006 Universal latino music)
Ayer la vi(Album )2008 "kings of flow"
Poema(Album)2009 "Kings of flow"



Carlos I Talavera's best-known foray into producing music was relatively recent: He co-wrote and produced Kings of Flow's "Poe'ma", and other tracks from their 2006 debut -Latin- Los Tiradores Vol. 1,which earned him his credibility as a stablished songwriter/composer in the big leagues.
Talavera's breakthrough was hardly beginner's luck;it was the direct result of a lifelong devotion to making music.Now 26,he grew up in the third world like streets of Managua,Nicaragua and at age 15 his family migrates to the San Fernando Valley ,in the United States. He describes his childhood as flush with cultural enrichment.
"It was very family oriented," he says."There was lots of different music and lots of different foods.My parents made sure I didn't get caught up in the street life - there was music and art and philosophy."
His father was a musician-his father was a trained folk music singer and a Poet-and hi made him study music and poetry.By age ten,he was entering poetry competitions.
"I wanted to to it," he explains."It wasn't something that was forced,but the discipline to practice was enforced by my parents."
Talavera came of age just as Latin hip-hop began to fourish,and he recalls watching deejays and rappers ,2pac in particular, jam around the city.He kept performing with several latin groups and artists through his teens.
He played everywhere and with everybody he could. He linked up with David Rolas,and suddenly he forms his own band " Kings of Flow"
"That opened doors,"he says.
He went to write"one or two" songs with Rolas
to writing all the albums for "kings of Flow"
These days,Talavera is continuing to keep his mix diverse.
"I want to make music that actually connects with the world not just a typical latin album,but one where latin music and word music are speaking together,"he explains.
It's the kind of integration,perhaps,that only a real musician gets by constantly absorbing the music of his surroundings.