New York, NY (PRWEB) June 6, 2005
Reggeaton has come a long way since its inception. Limited to only being played in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic to add-ons as regular rotated singles on major Latin radios stations to being some of today's hottest Latin hits on Anglo radio stations.
Many voices have been heard but none as recognizable as the vocals behind such hits from Reggeaton's biggest acts like; Daddy Yankee's "Gasolina" to Don Omar's "Dale Don Dale."
In the history of this genre no other female voice has been so known by both the Anglo and Latin Reggeaton fan base and yet unknown to mainstream media. The woman behind the catchy and sexual phrases like "Suelta como Gabete" and "Dame Mas Gasolina" is called Glory.
Glory has collaborated with many Reggeaton artists and is now ready to debut as a soloist. She recently released a single with sexual lyrics titled "La Popola" a Spanish slang phrase for a female's genitalia. A sort of similar concept to the very popular 80's song sung by Donna Summers, but Glory's single is highly sexual and with a bit of a twist. Her current single though tremendously popular with her fan base with daily add-ons to many U.S. radio stations was banned by a few Latin American countries because of its highly sexual lyrics.
This talented Puerto Rican vocalist was not deterred; she is currently putting the finishing touches to her self-titled debut album due out this summer and A-PRmedia Group will be handling all publicity for Glory for the Northeast region.
This summer Glory will be promoting her debut album in New York, on June 12 as part of the Puerto Rican Day festivities and from July 5-8 promoting her album. Media kits will to be mailed out next week.
Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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