Nelly Furtado Furtado, Furtado N., N Furtado, N. Furtado, N. Hurtado, N.Furtado, N/Furtado, Nelly, Nelly F., Nelly FT, Nelly Furtano, Nelly Futado, Nelly Kim Furtado, 妮莉費塔朵Canadian singer, songwriter, producer and actress, born 2 December 1978 in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada (of Portuguese parents). Founder of record label Nelstar and married to Demacio Castelleon.
Julieta Venegas J. Venegas, J.Venegas, Julieta, Julieta Venegas PercevaultBorn November 24, 1970. Is a successful Mexican singer and songwriter of Latin music. She was born in Tijuana, Baja California, and has a twin sister Yvonne, a photographer. Venegas began studying music at the age of eight and went on to join several bands, including Tijuana No!, before starting a career on her own. In addition to singing and writing her own songs, she plays numerous instruments including acoustic guitar, accordion, and keyboard. She won the 2004 Latin Grammy for Best Vocal Rock Album (Sí).
La Mala Rodriguez Kenke, La Mala, La Mala Rodríguez, M. Rodríguez, Mala, Mala María, Mala Rodriguez, Mala Rodróguez, Maria -Mala- Rodríguez, Maria "La Mala" RodriguezMaría Rodríguez Garrido, also known as "La Mala", "La Mala María", or "Mala Rodríguez" (Mala, Spanish for bad), is a Latin Grammy Award-winning Spanish hip hop rapper. On 2018 signs a Record and Co-Management contract with Universal Music Latin Entertainment. Mala Rodríguez is managed by Industria Works and Global Talent Services US Latin. Originally from Spain, Mala Rodríguez was the first woman to win a Latin Grammy for “Best Urban Song” and for “Best Urban Album”. Mala Rodríguez became the face of the urban genre and positioned herself as the female leader of rap with her flamenco-like voice and brazen poetry, breaking into a world of men where until then no woman would have triumphed. Her songs have been included in films like “The Fast & The Furious” in addition to video games. She has made collaborations with international artists such as Nelly Furtado,Tego Calderón, Calle 13, Romeo Santos, Ibeyi, Juan Magán or Beatriz Luengo among others.