Boza Information

Humberto Ceballos Boza, widely recognized by his stage name Boza, has emerged as one of the most successful young Panamanian singer-songwriters in the Latin American music industry, particularly in the urban genre. His journey from humble beginnings to achieving fame and recognition has been a remarkable one. This timeline provides an in-depth look at the history and career of Boza.

Early Life and Musical Beginnings (1994-2010)

  • 1994: Boza was born on September 22, 1994, in Panama City, Panama. He grew up in a musically inclined family, which had a profound influence on his early exposure to music.
  • 2006: At the age of 12, Boza began experimenting with music, writing lyrics, and freestyling. He demonstrated a natural talent for crafting catchy rhymes and melodies.
  • 2008: Boza joined forces with other aspiring artists to form a group called The New Wave, marking his first foray into the music scene.

Rise as a Solo Artist (2011-2015)

  • 2011: Boza decided to pursue a solo career, leaving The New Wave. This marked a turning point in his musical journey as he embarked on his path as a solo artist.
  • 2012: Boza began gaining recognition in Panama’s local music scene with the release of his early singles, showcasing his unique style and lyrical prowess.
  • 2014: He caught the attention of audiences beyond Panama’s borders with the release of tracks like “Tu Mami” and “Pa’ la Raza,” which gained popularity in Latin America.
  • 2015: Boza’s growing reputation as a talented lyricist and performer led to him being signed by various record labels, further boosting his career prospects.

Founding of ROLLINBOWER (2016-2017)

  • 2016: In collaboration with other artists, Boza founded his own record label, ROLLINBOWER, which allowed him greater creative control over his music and career.
  • 2017: Under the ROLLINBOWER banner, Boza released a series of successful singles, solidifying his position as a rising star in the Latin urban music scene.

Breakout Success (2018-Present)

  • 2018: Boza’s career reached new heights with the release of “Hecha Pa’ Mi,” a chart-topping hit that garnered millions of views on YouTube. The song catapulted him to international fame.
  • 2019: His popularity continued to soar with the release of “Ella,” a collaboration with Colombian artist J Balvin, which further expanded his fanbase.
  • 2020: Boza continued to release hit singles, including “Una Noche,” “La Despedida,” and “Quieres Ser Mi Amante,” solidifying his status as a prominent figure in the Latin urban music landscape.
  • 2021: Boza maintained his momentum with the release of the album “Sencillo” in collaboration with other artists. The album received critical acclaim and further cemented his place in the industry.


  1. “Hecha Pa’ Mi” (2018)
  2. “Ella” (with J Balvin) (2019)
  3. “Una Noche” (2020)
  4. “La Despedida” (2020)
  5. “Quieres Ser Mi Amante” (2020)
  6. “Sencillo” (Album) (2021)

Music Platforms

Disclaimer : Please note that profile information above needs further research and update. May be subject to change as new information emerges.