Raúl Acosta Y Oro Solido
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Raúl Acosta Y Oro Solido

New York City, New York, United States | MAJOR

New York City, New York, United States | MAJOR
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Oro Solido (1994)
Y Sigue el Cache (1995)
Internacional (1996)
El Poder de New York (1997)
El Presidente del Merengue (1998)
5th Anniversario (1999)
Best of the Best (2000)
Frente a Frente: Oro Solido Vs. Jossie Esteban Y La Patrulla (2000)
Planeta Solido (2001)
Simply the Best: Grandes Exitos (2001)
Party Time 2001: Part 1 (2001)
Todo Exitos de Oro Solido (2002)
Todo Exitos de Oro Solido (Platinum Edition) (2004)
10th Anniversary Collector's Edition (2004)
En Vivo (2004)
Fantasia Urbana (2008)



In 1994, Acosta formed the merengue band Oro Sólido. That same year, he released his self-titled debut album, 'Oro Sólido'.
He coninued to release albums approximately every year after that. With hits like "Ta Cache," "La Tanguita Roja," "Maria se Fue," "El Baile del Beeper," "Una Nalgadita," "La Morena," among others, Oro Sólido, positioned itself as one of the biggest Latin music groups in the world. They have surpassed various barriers when it comes to performing in the Anglo media and having their music played on English-speaking radio stations. Raul Acosta has been nominated for and won numerous awards throughout the years, including Premios Estrella, Premios ACE and Premios Lo Nuestro.
The group has performed regularly on some of Hispanic TV’s most distinguished and popular TV shows. Oro Sólido was also the first merengue band to perform on Fox 5 News New York and The Jerry Lewis Telethon. The group has also performed over 5 times in the renowned Madison Square Garden as well as other famous arenas like the Universal City Amphitheater in Los Angeles, El Zócalo de Mexico, Estadio Modelo de Ecuador, El Monumento in Dominican Republic and the Meadowlands in New Jersey. The group has shared the stage with artists such as 50 cent, LeAnn Rimes, Celia Cruz, Marc Anthony, Fat Joe, Johnny Ventura, Wilfrido Vargas, Tito Puente, El Gran Combo and The Temptations.