Azucar Moreno (Spanish for "brown sugar") was a famous Spanish music duo who have sold more than 2 million albums since 1985 domestically, and became famous in Europe, the United States and Latin America in the 1990s, with approximately 5 million albums sold worldwide. Composed by sisters Antonia (To?i) and Encarnaci?n (Encarna) Salazar, the singing duo comes from Badajoz. They are part of a large family of performers: their grandfather was a musician, their father a singer and author, their brothers the members of the group Los Chunguitos and their uncle is famous singer Porrina De Badajoz.
The Azucar Moreno sisters began their singing careers as back-up vocalists to their brothers, but in 1982, they were discovered and signed by record label EMI Spain, resulting in two albums with moderate commercial success released in 1984 and 1986. In 1988 they signed with CBS-Epic and relaunched their music with a bolder production style and matching sexier image and released the album Carne De Melocoton. They became one of the first Spanish acts to combine their Romani heritage and traditional cantaora vocal style with urban dance rhythms like disco, r'n'b, funk and techno.