A.B. Quintanilla Biography
Birthday: December 13, 1963 (Sagittarius)
Born In: Wapato, Washington, United States
Abraham Isaac Quintanilla, better known as A.B Quintanilla, is an American musician, songwriter, composer, and record producer. He is a prominent figure in the Latin music scene and has many successful songs attributed to him. He has two sisters, Selena—the 'Queen of Tejano music', who was murdered—and Suzette, the musician and actress. A.B Quintanilla played a crucial role in the success of his late sister Selena. His father, Abraham Quintanilla Jr., was a musician himself and inculcated this passion in his children too. They formed a family band called the 'Selena y Los Dinos' that translates to 'Selena and the boys.' He started his career by performing at 'Papagallos,' their family-run restaurant. Together with Selena he produced chart-topping songs like "Como la Flor," "No Me Queda Más' and "Amor Prohibido." His stardom rose along with his quintessential sister Selena while they worked in collaboration.