Miguel Duran (born September 24)[1] better known by his stage name Fuego “La Musica Del Futuro”[2]’ is a Dominican-American merengue singer-songwriter, composer & CEO of his label Estrella de barrio.
He was born to Dominican parents in Washington DC and was raised in Langley Park, Maryland.

In 2005 with the help of Chencho from Reggaeton duo Plan B, he was featured in a compilation album (El Draft 2005) with his song “Me Gustan Todas”,[3] After he was part of “El Draft Del Reggaeton” he was signed to “Chosen Few Emerald Entertainment, Inc”,[4] in 2007 “Hustlin Time” featuring Rick Ross was released to promote Chosen Few III: The Movie. In 2008 Fuego scored his first big hit “Mi Alma Se Muere” which was the lead single to Chosen Few III: The Movie[5] “Mi Alma Se Muere” Remix featuring Pitbull & Omega “El Fuerte” was released later that year, The remix peaked at No. 22 for over 24 weeks on the Top 100 Billboards Tropical.[6] In 2009 he released “Super Estrella” featuring Omega “El Fuerte” which was the first single to his debut album “La Musica del Futuro”. In December 2009, his second single was released “Que Buena Tu Ta” featuring Deevani which peaked at No. 2 on the Top 100 Billboards Tropical for 12 weeks.[7] In 2010 two remixes to “Que Buena Tu Ta” were released one featuring Serani and a Dominican version featuring Mozart La Para, BlackPoint, Sensato, Los Pepes, Monkey Black and Villanosam.
In April 2010, Fuego released his third single “Ya Te Olvide” and in June 2010 Fuego an online release titled “Una Vaina Loca”.
Fuego’s debut album “La Musica del Futuro” was released on August 3, 2010 (CD/Digital) and peaked at No. 36 in the Billboards Top Latin Albums. He was nominated for Premio Lo Nuestro 2011 in the category Revelacion del año urbano
2011 Fuego’s “Una Vaina Loca” became a international hit with more than 30 million plays on YouTube

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