Ivy Queen

Ivy Queen

Latin American performer.
Date of Birth: 04.03.1972
Country: USA

Biography of Ivy Queen

Ivy Queen, whose real name is Martha Ivelisse Pesante, was born on March 4, 1972, in Puerto Rico. She is a well-known Latin American singer who gained attention from millions of people due to her vibrant and unique image. Ivy Queen was born in a remote settlement in Puerto Rico to ordinary peasants. In her early years, she didn't even dream of luxury and fame.

Ivy Queen

However, the difficult life in Puerto Rico led Ivy Queen's family to move to the United States in search of a brighter future. They settled in New York, where Ivy Queen spent her youth assimilating into American culture. Her life in the U.S. was going well, but she had to return to her homeland due to family circumstances.

In 1990, Ivy Queen began her singing career when she met the progressive DJ Negro, who helped her take her first steps in music and supported her during a challenging period. Even at that time, Ivy Queen showed great promise as her compositions were always sincere and lively.

The singer decided to choose reggaeton as her genre, a blend of several popular music styles. In 1997, she released her debut album titled "En mi imperio" and gained the attention of millions of people. Ivy Queen captivated the audience with her brightness and uniqueness.

In 2003, Ivy Queen's album "Diva" was released, achieving platinum status in 2004. Almost all the songs from this album became hugely popular among reggaeton enthusiasts. In 2005, she delighted her fans with the album "Real," and in 2006, she collaborated with Gran Omar on the album "Cosa Nostra." Ivy Queen's latest album is "Sentimiento."

Some of Ivy Queen's hit songs include "In The Zone," "Quiero Bailar," "Dile," "Cuéntale," "Te He Querido, Te He Llorado," "Libertad," "No Hacen Na," "Que Lloren," and "En Que Fallamos." In 2008, songs like "Dime" and "Mala" gained significant popularity. Her 7th album, "Drama Queen," is scheduled for release in November 2009. It is expected to feature both well-known hits and new compositions with improved sound quality.