Produced on March 13, 1970, in Nyc, Ray Reyes spent much of his youth in Puerto Rico and was an associate of the group Menudo. After leaving the group, he joined the group Project M and took part in several Menudo reunions. Ray Reyes was born on March 13, 1970, in Nyc, and raised in Levittown, Puerto Rico. Through the group’s New York tour, Reyes was solicited as the replacement for Xavier Serbia. Known as the “chubby” member of the band, Reyes was apparently put on an eating plan when he joined the group.
His tenure in the group overlapped with that of future star Ricky Martin. His bandmates also contained his younger brother, Raul. In 1984, Menudo attained popularity in America when it released the English language record Reaching Out. Through the early 1980s, additionally they appeared on a Saturday morning television show and had goods filling toy store shelves.
To some, it was no surprise—the group (which was targeted at young teenagers) regularly kicked out members after they turned 16. Reyes said he was caught off guard by the termination, since he was not the earliest group member at the time. Just as he replaced Xavier Serbia, Reyes was eventually replaced from the younger Raymond Acevedo.
Undeterred, Reyes joined the group Project M two years after. The group comprised ex-Menudo members Johnny Lozada, Rene Farrait and Xavier Serbia. In 2005, Reyes reunited with his bandmates to get a goodbye tour, billed as El Reencuentro: Momento del Adios.