Mexico continues to fire its artists. The last few weeks have left music and television stars, leaving an immense void in the entertainment world. Among them, Cesar Ceja, well-known music producer, singer and songwriter born in Veracruz. His death occurred on Monday, January 3, and although the causes are unknown so far, different celebrities have expressed their pain with messages on social networks.
My Laferte was in charge of spreading the sad news. The Chilean singer was the couple of Cesar Ceja for many years. In fact, he was one of the first to welcome her when she migrated to Mexico, where she achieved her popularity.
WHO IS CÉSAR CEJA?
César Ceja was born in Veracruz, Mexico. He was 40 years old when he passed away, last Monday, January 3. he collaborated with artists such as Ana Torroja, Paty Cantú; among others, and was present in the last albums of ‘El Potrillo’.
Went with My Laferte that he worked until his last days. The producer was part of the making of the Chilean’s records with which he achieved international fame. Disposable (2011), Litmus (2013) Y My Laferte Vol. 1, released in 2015.
Eyebrow too co-wrote with Mon Laferte the successful songs “Tormento”, “Orgasmo para dos”, “Vuelve por favor” and “Igual que yo”. On Mon’s fourth studio album called The braid (2017), César has collaboration with two songs, “Cielito de abril” and “Alelí”. In addition, they worked together on the main theme of the Peruvian film “El Buen Pedro”.
The Mexican artist not only showed off behind the booths, but was also part of live shows. His talent with the guitar led him to occupy an important role in the tour of Ana Torroja, former member of Mecano.
Thanks to its versatility, César Ceja also collaborated with Alejandra Guzmán, Paty Cantú and Sandra Echeverria. In addition, it was an important piece in the tours of the former Timbiriche, Benny Ibarra. He was also present on the EP Cuatro de Juan Solo and in the song What are we? from Yahir.
One of his most outstanding jobs of his career was performing as a guitarist and arranger on the last albums of Alejandro Fernandez: Made in Mexico and Breaking Borders.