Ednita at her concert in Puerto Rico in 2010
|Also known as||La Diva PonceÃ±a, La Diva de Puerto Rico, La Mas Fuerte|
April 11, 1955 |
Ponce, Puerto Rico
|Occupation(s)||Musician, singer, songwriter, actress|
|Labels||Sony Music Latin (2009â€“present)
Sony BMG (2006â€“2009)
Sony Discos (2001â€“2005)
EMI Latin (1991â€“1999)
Capitol Records (1991)
Melody International (1986)
Padosa Records (1982â€“1983)
Pronto Records (1979)
Borinquen Records (1976â€“1978)
Mardi Grass (1973)
|Associated acts||The Kids From Ponce (1969)|
The Latin musical tradition is very rich and gives the singer a lot of freedom to explore a range of.
The process is intense and the producers, who are intelligent men, are bringing in new people for a fresh look at a complicated project that has been in the making for 10 years.
The fact is, Latinos now own their own lives and I believe they can afford to look back without judgment.
I had never auditioned for Broadway – any play – and I was not familiar with what you're supposed to do.
The voice has to be very clear at all times in order to convey the emotion.
I come from that society and there is a common thread, specifically family values – the idea that you do anything for your family, and the unconditional love for one's children.
Latin music has many international influences – pop, rock, country, Brazilian sounds, and alternative styles.