Famous as a member of the Flamenco fusion group Ketama, this Spanish vocalist also pursued a solo career, releasing a 2006 Universal Music album titled Vengo Venenoso.
He joined Ketama's ranks in 1991 and quickly rose to fame.
In 2011, he released a solo recording titled De Noche and featuring additional vocals by Spanish singer Concha Buika and Canadian vocalist Nelly Furtado.
Raised in Granada, Spain, he and his brother Juan José Carmona Amaya formed Ketama along with their cousin José Miguel Carmona Niño.
In 2000, he appeared with Flamenco dancer Joaquin Cortes in a film titled Gitano.