Darío Gómez An Iconic Singer Passed Away At The Age Of 71

Daro Gómez, a vocalist, died on July 26 at 71 years old. The Clinica Las Americas made the declaration. Colombia’s Ministry of Culture offered him honor, composing,

“We regret the demise of Daro Gómez, the ‘Rey Del Despecho.’ Popular music vocalist and lyricist from Colombia. We will always remember his understandings and verses, which have went with Colombians for ages.”


Colombian President Iván Duque communicated “fortitude to his loved ones, and we give them our brotherly hug” after the demise of the artist lyricist, whom he portrayed as “one of the most incredible examples of Colombian famous music.” His burial service plans are as yet being concluded.

Daro Gómez Death Daro Gómez imploded at home and was taken to the Clinica Las Americas. He didn’t, be that as it may, show any indispensable signs. The doctors performed cardiopulmonary revival to save him, yet he at long last died. As per the center’s assertion,

“The patient was gotten without fundamental signs and shipped to the revival division, where cutting-edge cardiovascular revival activities were ineffectively directed.”

More data is as yet forthcoming, and it is questionable whether Gómez had some other wellbeing challenges previously.

About Daro Gómez Daro de Jess Gómez Zapata was born in San Jerónimo on February 6, 1951. He sold north of 6,000,000 CDs in his own nation and abroad, acquiring him the title of El Rey del Despecho for his presentation of Nadie is eterno (Nobody is timeless) (The ruler of disdain). He composed melodies like La Oveja Negra (the black sheep), El Hijo del Amor (the child of adoration), Corazon Resentido (the angry heart), and others.

Gómez started creating verse at 14 years old while functioning as a technician and rancher. He then uncovered his melodic creation and joined the record name Codiscos. In 1977, he was delegated imaginative overseer of the firm.

His notes’ key highlights were the subjects of December, the picaresque tone, vallenatos, and moving. He got Los LegenDaros together with his brother Heriberto Gómez. Heavenly messenger perdido (Lost Angel), roused by the demise of his sister Rosangela, was his most memorable achievement.

Gómez made his performance debut in 1985 and rose to unmistakable quality with his presentation of Decidelo (Decide it). He then, at that point, distributed his most memorable collection, Asi se le canta al despecho (So it is sung to demonstrate hatred for). In May 2015, he delivered a video for me voy a casar (I’m going to wedded), trailed by a remix of No Hay Razon Para Odiarte (There’s no reason to loathe you) with Yelsid and Andy Rivera.

All through his profession, he gathered a few distinctions, including the Ascap grant for composing Nobody is timeless and the Golden Pentagram. He originally showed up on TV in 2007, and in 2009 he was remembered for a business for Telefonica Telecom Colombia.

Twitter clients offer recognition Daro Gómez rose to conspicuousness as a lyricist and writer in the Colombian music business and then some. At the point when the vocalist’s demise was affirmed, Twitter was immersed with accolades.

Jhonny Rivera, a Colombian well known music vocalist with whom Gomez teamed up for the video of me voy a casar, tweeted that he was disheartened to learn of the demise of “our King of Spite #DarioGomez, a benchmark for famous music, an extraordinary companion and a wellspring of motivation in my profession, harmony In his grave, his heritage will remain for eternity.”