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Valerie Morales

Valerie Morales
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Valerie Morales është këngëtare e huaj e njohur. Valerie Morales, also known simply as Valerie or Valeria is a Puerto Rican singer-songwriter and radio and television personality, who has worked with a variety of musical performers including Daddy Yankee, Eddie Dee, and Hector & Tito, among others. She was born and raised in Fajardo, Puerto Rico.

Morales began her acting career in 2001 and her musical career in 2003. In 2001, Morales began appearing in various sketches for comedies on Puerto Rican television. They were produced by Tony Mojena Television, an affiliate of Telemundo in Puerto Rico. Among the programs were "El Gran Bejuco", "Susa y Epifanio", and "Dame un Break".

Morales, wanting to assist some of her friends find jobs in television, eventually started a talent agency. She later began appearing in videos for reggaetón artists, when the women that were originally picked could not be there. These included Trebol Clan and Ranking Stone, among others.

She has worked with La X 100.7 FM, Univision Radio in New York and WHKQ ("KQ103") in Orlando, CBS Radio (Beasley Media Group) in Tampa and The Voice Radio Network in Delaware.

While pursuing her college degree, Morales would sing in locales where she was the only female. In 2003, she met with long-time friend Noriega. After listening to “Dilemma” from Nelly and Kelly Rowland, she sang a bit to Noriega who suggested they record it. With this song, “Lo Que Quiero Es Bailar” with Cidely she was included in the The Noise Biografia album.

She then signed a contract with the record label Flow Music, after DJ Nelson offered her an opportunity to record as a reggaetón artist under his Flow Music Label. That year, she recorded her first big hit "Te Exitaré", which charted on the Billboard Tropical Songs chart, peaking at number thirty-five.

Morales was chosen as the first back-up singer for duo Wisin & Yandel's first three concerts. She also got cast as Yandel's girlfriend in the movie Mi Vida.

Her 2004 single "Ven y Baila" was featured on Noriega's Contra La Corriente (2004). Eddie Dee called her to feature with Daddy Yankee in "Donde Hubo Fuego", which appeared on the former's 2004 album 12 Discípulos.

Her debut studio album Mi Flow was released in 2007 under the Flow Music Label, distributed by Universal Music Latino. The album featured "commercial" material, "full of reggaetón ballads" and "clean lyrics" that "women can relate to". Mi Flow did not include "tiraeras (beef between two or more artists) associated with the Reggaetón genre". It featured production by DJ Memo and Sosa among others signed to Flow Music and collaborations with K-Mil, Cidely and Las Guanabanas.

In 2008, She was hired by Telemundo Studios Miami to record "Doble Vida" the theme song for the telenovela El Rostro de Analía on Telemundo.

In 2017 she recorded her second album Mi Corazon which includes her latest hit, “Mi Corazon” and Perdida a re-make of Lost in Your Eyes by Debbie Gibson. In this album she ventures into other music genres, showcasing her ability to sing and perform in the tropical rhythms of Salsa, Bachata, Kizomba and Cumbia.

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