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Edmundo Benavides  born July 4, in Caracas , Venezuela is a Venezuelan singer and songwriter. He began his artistic career in under the name Edmundo, and later changed his name to Benavides in In , he was named the fourth most player artist of the year in Venezuela  and in he became the seventh most played artist in the country. His parents are Edmundo R. Benavides and Carmen Zenaida Porras. He began writing his own music at 8 years old and took his first guitar lessons at His music career began in under the name Edmundo when he recorded his first album Mi Mundo. It contains ten songs all composed by Benavides and the style is Latin pop. It was produced by Milena Naranjo and Francisco Domingo. From this album, Benavides began promoting the single "Tan Solo Quiero".
There's no sign of an end to the crisis in Venezuela. President Nicolas Maduro is still there, and so, for millions of people, is the struggle to survive. There are dire shortages of food, medicines and jobs. Violence disrupts daily life. NPR's Philip Reeves reports on an effort to change that using a little stardust. That's the first question. Who's the crazy person behind this?