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Martha Ivelisse Pesante, better known as ivy queen, He is a well-known Puerto Rican singer of the urban genre. The artist managed to put many of her songs on radio stations around the world, dedicating herself as the “Queen of the reggaeton”.
Recently, the composer performed in Urban Halloween Festival Dance which was held on October 31 at San Marcos Stadium.
How were the beginnings of Ivy Quinn?
ivy queen Añasco was born in Puerto Rico, but lived most of his childhood in New York, United States. It was her style of music from a young age, when she began writing songs for participation in school competitions.
However, her career took off when DJ Negro included her in his Noise project. This is how he achieved his first hit single “We are rappers, but we are not criminals”, the song set a precedent in his solo projects and quickly became a rap icon and reggaeton.
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ivy queen He received many awards for his musical compositions. For his debut album released in 1997, “In My Empire”, in collaboration with Domingo Quinones and Dianara Torres won gold and platinum records for sales obtained in a short time.
She has also been honored with the Artistas’97 Award and the Rap Singer Youth Favorite Award. Ivy has participated in two music events: Battle of Rap: Panama vs. Puerto Rico and the 1st National Festival of Rap and Reggae. Just a year later, record label Sony took over the production of her second album, The Original Rude Girl, collaborating with Chezina and Alex D’Castro on the songs “The king and the Queen” and “Reality” and even rapper Wycliffe Jane who recorded with her a movie “Interlude in the zone”.
Undoubtedly, the peak phase came at the beginning of the 2000s, thanks to topics such as: “Daddy I love you”, “I used to”, “You can’t” and “I want to dance” achieve assimilation.
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