Miguel Ángel Barcasnegras, Panamanian singer has died aged 87

By | November 29, 2021

Miguel Ángel Barcasnegras Death – Cause of Death – Miguel Ángel Barcasnegras, a Panamanian singer and songwriter passed away at the age of 87. Miguel who was professionally known as Meñique, died on the 28th of November 2021. He was born on the 30th of December 1933 in Panama City, Panama.

Meñique solos includes; Meñique(1972), Soy Hijo de Chango(1974), Meñique Presenta Tropical de Chicago(1975), Meñique En Blanco y Negro(1983), Meñique, Sonero Añejo: 55 Años Trayectoria Músical(2004), Meñique, Salsa y Bembe(2008), El Gran Meñique y Chamaco Rivera Presentan Iván Marrero y su Charanga (2013) and Bolerisimo(2015)

The news about the passing of Miguel was confirmed in a tweet made on the 29th of November 2021 by Tito Puente, Jr. Circumstances surrounding the passing of Meñique was not revealed to the public during the time of this publication. He will be deeply missed.

Tito Puente, Jr. said in a tweet; “It is with a heavy heart to announce today we have lost a great voice in the latin music world. Miguel Ángel Barcasnegras (Dec. 30, 1933- 11/28/2021), known professionally as Meñique, was a Panamanian singer and performed with my father Tito Puente in his Orchestra.#🇵🇦”