CNCO Artistfacts

  • 2015-
    Christopher Velez
    Richard Camacho
    Joel Pimentel
    Erick Colon
    Zabdiel de Jesús
  • CNCO is a Latin American boy band. The five-piece group formed on December 13, 2015, after becoming the winning members of the first season of the La Banda televised singing competition series created by Ricky Martin and Simon Cowell.
  • Their name alludes to the Spanish word for five, "cinco," and is pronounced as it is spelled in English "C-N-C-O."
  • All five band members live in the United States. Their countries of origin are: Christopher Velez, (Ecuador), Richard Camacho (Dominican Republic), Joel Pimentel (Mexico), Erick Colon (Cuba), and Zabdiel de Jesús (Puerto Rico).

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  • Anonymousthe apples of my eye but Erick is my bias
  • Rose from EthiopiaThey are the best I hope the world could see it
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