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Anderson Brito Defran, also known as Ander DeFrank, was born on April 13, 1986, in Los Alcarrizos, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. At a very young age, he moved to the city of Azua, where his father is from and where he has received the greatest support throughout his artistic career and the affection of the people in an unparalleled way. His passion for music began at the age of 14 when he participated in singing contests, often winning first place. At the age of 18, he began working as a backing vocalist for several renowned artists such as El Gringo de la Bachata, Allendy, Julián Oro Duro, Yoskar Sarante, Luis Miguel del Amargue, Teodoro Reyes, Yiyo Sarante, El Clasicom, among others.
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Anderson Brito Defran, also known as Ander DeFrank, was born on April 13, 1986, in Los Alcarrizos, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. From a very early age, he migrated to the city of Azua, where his father is from, and where he received unparalleled support and affection from the people throughout his artistic career. His passion for music began at the age of 14 when he participated in singing contests, often winning first place. At the age of 18, he began working as a recording backing vocalist for several renowned artists such as El Gringo de la Bachata, Allendy, Julián Oro Duro, Yoskar Sarante, Luis Miguel del Amargue, Teodoro Reyes, Yiyo Sarante, El Clasicom, among others. He also gained recognition as a songwriter with one of Yiyo Sarante's most successful unreleased songs, "Nos Engañamos Los Dos," which opened many doors for him in the music industry.

In 2015, he joined the salsa group Chiquito Team Band, where he remained for a period of 5 years. During his time with the group, he had the opportunity to work on two of his own songs, "Punto y Aparte" and "Me Marcho," and served as vocal director and backing vocalist for some of the group's most popular songs, such as "La Llamada de Mi Ex" and "Punto y Aparte." He also performed the song "Tengo Que Colgar," one of the group's recent hits.

In 2020, he moved to New York City, where he ventured into the bohemian scene and gained a very good acceptance from the audience. That same year, he decided to leave Chiquito Team Band and form his own salsa group, which has achieved great success in the Dominican Republic, garnering significant popularity in the market.
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