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Panamanian Reggae singer, considered one of the first reggae in Spanish artists in Panama to gain national and international fame in the mid-1980s. He was born in 1961 and raised in the Canal Zone, in Pedro Miguel, a town on the Pacific side. Renato launched his professional career in 1984 with “El D.E.N.I.”, but it was his signature song “La Chica de los Ojos Café” (The Brown-Eyed Girl) that garnered him national and international success and instant fame in 1985.
His son, who was also a reggae singer (known as “The Kid”) was shot dead in Calidonia, an urban area close to the Bay of Panama, where he was scheduled to perform at a sports league celebration.