Ray Sepúlveda is a Puerto Rican American salsa (music) singer, born in Brooklyn, New York.
Sepúlveda grew up in Brooklyn & the Bronx, New York, where his father, Ramon Sepulveda sang boleros with his group "Trio Los Romanticos". As a teenager his family moved to Puerto Rico where Ray sang with local groups in Mayaguez, including Orquestra La Justicia & Orquestra La Dictadora with Frankie Ruiz. In 1977 he returned to New York where he sang and recorded with "Orquestra Sociedad 76" with Johnny Zamot and was part of that band for four years and recorded three albums. In early 1983 he worked with Adalberto Santiago. He left the music scene from 1984 thru the middle of 1988 where he joined forces once again with percussionist Johnny Zamot and formed the group "Johnny & Ray" Salsa Con Clase. The first album "Salsa Con Clase featured the hit singles "Mascarada", Margarita and a few more. The second "Johnny & Ray" production included the hit single "Bandolera". His solo career started in 1991 with the album titled "Un Poquito Mas" produced by "Sergio George" under the Sony/RMM Record Label. In 1993 "Con Sabor" also produced by Sergio George reached the Latin Billboard charts in 1993. In 1994 "Llegaste Tú", produced by Julito Alvarado and recorded in Puerto Rico, 1997 "De Todo Un Poco", produced by Ricky Gonzalez and he returned in 1999 with another hit single, "Eres" in a production titled "¡Salsabor!" which by the way is his trademark. This production was produced in Puerto Rico by Luis Garcia.