Rommel Hunter

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Background information
Birth nameRomel Atalaya Granda
OriginAmazonas, Perú
Occupation(s)Cantante y compositor
InstrumentsGuitarra y piano
Years active2013 al presente
LabelsAGR Records

Known as Rommel Hunter, Romel Atalaya Granda is a Peruvian singer-songwriter and producer of Latin music. He was born on April 27, 1991 in Chachapoyas Amazonas. He currently has seven studio albums: Inspiración Urbana, Evolución y Talento, Evolución y Talento Vol. 2, Amor Tenaz, Te Espero, Coyuntura and Resiliente. The most popular single "I hope you" released from the album Evolución y talento Vol. 2, the genres in which the artists stand out are salsa, bachata and reggaeton.

Early life and education

Romel Atalaya Granda was born on April 27, 1991 in the city of Chachapoyas. He completed his primary and secondary studies at IE. Originally from Chachapoyas, "San Juan de la Libertad" already loves to sing and formed an ethnic group with his partner Weila in high school. His university studies were carried out during his career in agricultural engineering at the Universidad Triviolodriguez de Mendoza in the State of Amazonas.

Artistic career

In 2005, Rommel Hunter played a cover of the song with a friend from high school. Rommel Hunter creates shared audiovisual works on MySpace and YouTube. This is the place to get the hunter's stage name. Until those years, he did not have the tools to work, but he was motivated to learn. At the same time, he makes money singing in an orchestra, where he plays styles like salsa, merengue, and cumbia. In 2007, Lommel Hunter graduated from high school. The money saved was invested in the first workstation. Lommel had some unrecorded lyrics (2008). Here he begins his research in music production and purchases the first condenser microphones and audio interfaces. That is why he produced his first album "La Inspiración Urbana" in 2013. This album contains songs like Quiet and Survive. In 2014 he switched to the Bachata genre and produced a song called Nollores más. Since you are not my affiliate, he has attracted and received many visitors on social media, especially YouTube. In November of the same year, he released a complete album for Evolution and Talent and distributed it in a digital store. In 2016, the artist's album Evolution and Talent Vol. 2 was released with the main theme "Te Espero" written for his son. In 2017 he released the album Tenacious Love. In 2018, he released an urban version of the single on JTonR, released two songs on Lucimar's Bachata and released the album "Te Espero" under the name of the salsa version of the song released in early 2019. The album will be released from 2020 Conjuncture, a mixture of three related genres. The salsa version of the song "Qué Pena, mibella princesa", which entered the second phase of the 2020 Latin Grammy, stands out. In the same year, she performed with salsa artists such as Carlo Spo in "Qué Pena Remix" "Todo se acaba" ft. bryan JG[1] and "Para Qué" at the Nsamble Orchestra,[2] and played a duet with Lakbana at the end of the year. Vernis Hernández.[3] His "last" album RESILIENTE in 2021 includes the best salsa and bachata, including previous songs and new suggestions, in addition to releasing the album during a national media tour of Peru in his country.


  1. LR, Redacción (2021-01-23). "Rommel Hunter estrena su nueva canción "Todo se acaba" junto con Bryan JG". (in español). Retrieved 2021-09-29.
  2. PERÚ, Empresa Peruana de Servicios Editoriales S. A. EDITORA. "N' Samble graba tema "Para qué" junto a cantante Rommel Hunter". (in español). Retrieved 2021-09-29.
  3. LR, Redacción (2020-10-25). "Rommel Hunter estrena canción con Vernis Hernández: "Ha sido un placer trabajar a su lado"". (in español). Retrieved 2021-09-29.

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