Born in San Diego, Roberto Tapia is the son of parents who had relocated from Sinaloa, Mexico. At age 11, the future musician entered Difocur, a prestigious music school where he studied clarinet. While mastering the clarinet, Tapia was still reluctant to showcase his talents. But after coaxing from friends and family, he began performing at various dancehalls and receptions. At 17, he made his professional debut in Tijuana, Mexico alongside the Lobito de Sinaloa. Now, Tapia is also well known as one of the coaches on "La Voz Kids," a Spanish-language version of "The Voice" created specifically for American Spanish-speaking children on the Telemundo Network.
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