Born as Jesus Virlan Baez Garcia on 28 July 1997, Virlan Garcia is a native of El Tajito, Sinaloa, Mexico. When Virlan launched an album Esto Tiene Que Durar at the age of 17, he became known as a local interpreter.
Since the time Sinaloa native Virlan Garcia commenced his musical career in April 2015, he has established his name in Mexico and opened his doors in the music industry of the United States. The regional Mexican singer provides a northern touch to his songs without neglecting his modern country style music.
His resounding tracks and discographies put him in the list of Billboard and Monitor Latino. After establishing in the Mexican Republic, Virlan took his music in the United States as a solo artist.
Virlan was at the age of two when he first sang La Palomita and dedicated the song over the phone to his mother, Virginia Garcia Roj. He still remembers the cooking of his mother and his favorite dish, ranch steak with rice and beans. Whenever the musician goes back to his family home of Sinaloa, he asks his mother to cook his favorite meal.
His mother Virginia, who was born on 23 May 1974, hails from Ruiz Cortines in Sinaloa, Mexico. In his family, the musician has two sisters named Andrea Baez and Dayana Baez who are of American origin in the city of Santa Barbara. The Buscado Y Certificado singer took his Instagram and shared a throwback picture of his childhood with two siblings and his aunt, Juana, in May 2018, reminiscing his childhood.
He and his ladylove, Fernanda Esquer, are blessed with a daughter named Irlanda Garcia (born in 2017). In one of the YouTube videos published by 'Musica ExclusivaTv' in February 2017, Virlan featured with his sweetheart and daughter Irlanda. Virlan often shares the picture with the mother of his child on social networking sites. Although the regional singer has yet to comment on whether he is married or not, he relishes the husband and wife relationship with his baby mama.
In one of his Instagram clips shared on 14 September 2018, Virlan dedicates his songs towards his 2-year-old daughter. The adorable toddler played with her toys and gleamed towards the verses of her father.
Virlan, 21, accumulates the net worth from his career as a regional Mexican singer. According to Payscale, a musician earns an average salary of $39,431 per year and gather annual revenues between $20,148 to $203,332.
His first live album Esto Tiene Que Durar released on 8 April 2015 ultimately led him to be known as a local interpreter. He then issued an album Cambio Mi Suerte in 2016 with a record label 'ShowBusiness.' His second album led him to perform at the Mexican stages like Sonora, Chihuahua, and Sinaloa. Virlan then worked on his third project Mi Vida Eres Tu in 2017 and made his music even more versatile.
In 2018, he launched a new album Te Comparto with full-length records and featured 12 songs including El Dos Letras, Quiero Reintentarlo, Lluvia En Tus Pestanas, and Buscado Y Certificado. With his unique and versatile tracks, he is set to allure the American audiences in his upcoming tour of 14 December 2018 in El Rodeo Night Club at Moreno Valley, California.