Jimmy Rodriguez

Jimmy’s musical journey began by singing on buses to earn tips and financially support his mother. At age 20 he moved to Los Angeles, California, tirelessly pursuing his dream of being a singer. He recorded his first two professional EPs with the money he earned singing on the Santa Monica Pier, California, as a street performer and, later, he stood out as a finalist in the La Voz, in Miami, under the tutelage of coach Carlos Vives.

Touring through Central America with his mentor, sonero Maelo Ruiz, Jimmy gained valuable experience. His talent has allowed him to share the stage with recognized artists such as Maelo Ruiz, Carlos Vives, Tito Nieves, Luis Enrique, Ana Bárbara, Grupo Niche, Jerry Rivera, Oscar de León, Rey Ruiz, La India, El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico, Septeto Acarey, Luis Figueroa, Ronald Borjas, Motiff, Jonathan Moly, or Nesty.

Among the highlights of his career we can mention his participation in the “Después de todo Vives” concert, in El Salvador in 2022, alongside Carlos Vives, performing in front of more than 10,000 people. He has made numerous tours across Mexico, performing in cities such as Cancún, Guadalajara, Querétaro, Aguascalientes, San Luis Potosí, Puebla and Tlaxcala. Currently, Jimmy is the first Mexican to be part of Adolescentes Orquesta and is touring with them around the world. He is also recording his EP with Motiff (Arbise González), one of the producers of Marc Anthony’s new album. His first single, “Te Metiste,” has reached the top spots on La Sabrosita, one of the most listened to salsa radio stations in Mexico.