Joss Favela (José Alberto Inzunza Favela) was born on December 10, 1990, in Caitime, Mexico. He started his career when he was 13 after performing in Televisa’s show Código Fama. Over the next two years, he released two solo albums, La Reynalda, and Andar Conmigo. Then he became the collaborator and composer of 3Ball MTY at the age of 15.
Over the next decade, the Mexican television highlighted their songs and recorded by Los Recoditos, Julion Alvarez, Noel Torres, Larry Hernandez, La Arrolladora Banda el Limón, and Banda el Recodo, to name a few; all these songs scored high-ranking chart hits. Also, Joss has won two ASCAP awards. He was the youngest person ever to win the Composer of the Year award in 2015. He is also nominated for several Latin Grammys.
Joss returned to recording in 2015 under Sony Music. Then In November, his debut single for the label, “Me Gusta Verte Arrepentida,” reached number 25 on the Regional Mexican Songs charts and the Top 20 on various digital charts. In 2016, The single “Cuando Fuimos Nada” peaked at number 20 and followed by the album Hecho a Mano in August. In January 2017, Joss became the part of the jury of Tengo Talento, Mucho Talento. Then in 2018, he released You should have told me, the first single from his album Caminando. On March 6, Joss for the third consecutive time received the “Composer of the Year” during the twenty-sixth production of Awards of the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers held in New York City.