The Puerto Rican singer Omar Quiñónez Delgado, known by his followers as Jomar “El Caballo Negro”, nickname with which he was baptized by the interpreter of La Gasolina, dady Yankee, prepares his new musical production with which he wishes to internationalize and conquer the Hispanic public of the United States, Central and South America. Jomar “El Caballo Negro”, made public his talents as a singer when he was barely 13 years old, his greatest musical influence being the interpretations of the well-known singer Vico C. Many of his musical compositions were performed by important exponents within the genre such as the then duo Héctor & Tito and the current Zion & Lenox. Successes such as Gatubela, Tigresa, If I’m Easy, You and I Watching Us, Bandit, among others, occupied important places on the Puerto Rico hit chart. The support of his artistic discoverer, the respected singer Tito el Bandido, added to his identity and talent, have been important ingredients to achieve his credibility within the genre. His successful performances have been present on Reggaeton albums such as El Desafió, Los Anormales, The Noise 10 Los Bacatranes, Gargolas 4, Blin Blin Music Vol. 1, Sangre Nueva, The Impact, El draft. Eliel, The One Who Speaks With His Hands, MVP2 and Mas Flor 1. Undoubtedly, Jomar “El Caballo Negro” with this artistic background has much to offer Reggaeton lovers.