Colombian female singers

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  1. Shakira



    Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll (/ʃəˈkɪərə/; born February 2, 1977) is a Colombian singer, songwriter, dancer, record producer, choreographer, and model. Born and raised in Barranquilla, she began performing in school, demonstrating Latin, Arabic, and rock and roll influences and belly dancing abilities. Shakira released her first studio albums, Magia and Peligro, in the early 1990s, failing to attain commercial success; however, she rose to prominence in Latin America with her major-label debut, Pies Descalzos (1996), and her fourth album, Dónde Están los Ladrones? (1998).

  2. Danna García

    Danna García


    Danna Maria García Osuna is a Colombian actress and model best known for her roles in telenovelas.

  3. Margarita Rosa de Francisco

    Margarita Rosa de Francisco


    Margarita Rosa de Francisco Baquero also known as La Mencha (born August 8, 1965 in Cali, Colombia) is a Colombian telenovela, movie actress, singer and TV presenter.

  4. Fanny Lu

    Fanny Lu


    Fanny Lucía Martínez Buenaventura (born 8 February 1973), better known professionally as Fanny Lu, is a Colombian singer-songwriter and actress from Santiago de Cali, Colombia. She studied at the University of the Andes and received a degree in industrial engineering. She is the mother of two children, Mateo and Valentina, and is currently divorced. She signed with Universal Music Latino record label.

  5. Jery Sandoval

    Jery Sandoval


    Jery Sandoval (born 18 December 1986, in Barranquilla, Colombia) is an actress, model and singer. In Colombia, she is known for her role of María Reyes in Los Reyes, a Colombian version of an Argentinian telenovela called Los Roldán, she also starred on a Televisa Mexican telenovela Código Postal as Regina Corona.. Most recently, she appeared on MTV LA's Popland television series.

  6. Ilona Fraiture

    Ilona Fraiture


    Ilona (born January 24, 1985) is a singer-songwriter born and raised in Bogotá, Colombia. Her beginnings in music were through presentations on the public transport bus service in Bogotá when she was 15 years old, and her surprised audience gave her money. Ilona played with her guitar on public places and eventually established a band with a bassist and a drummer with whom she performed regularly in bars in the city. At 24, Ilona released her first studio album entitled Desde Mi Ventana ("From My Window"), produced by Cachorro López, gaining momentum, and receiving a Latin Grammy Award nomination for Best New Artist. Her debut album sold 15,000 units in Colombia earning the singer a Gold album certification. Ilona caught the attention of Argentine musician León Gieco and agreed to do a duet with her on the song "En La Zona". English boy band Blue also recorded with Ilona the song "One Love".

  7. Naty Botero

    Naty Botero


    Naty Botero (born Natalia Hernández Botero, February 10, 1980 in Medellín, Colombia) is a Colombian model and singer. Born in Medellín, she moved to Bogotá at a young age and stayed there through high school. Botero studied in both Paris and New York City. Her first full-length album, Naty Botero, was released by Sony BMG in North America in early 2007. It contained the hit "Te Quiero Mucho". Three of Botero's other songs, "Fuego", "Dinosaurio," and "Mío" have appeared in the Colombian Top 40. In January 2007, El Tiempo chose her as that month's featured artist.

  8. Ana Maria Lombo

    Ana Maria Lombo


    Ana Maria Lombo (born May 8, 1978), is an American-Colombian singer/songwriter and dancer best known for her work as one of the lead vocalists for Eden's Crush. Her band guest starred on the sitcom, Sabrina the Teenage Witch.

  9. Carolina la O

    Carolina la O


    Carolina Ovalle Arango, known to fans as "Carolina la O" (born April 12, 1979 in Manizales, Colombia) is a Colombian Salsa and Tropical music singer. Carolina la O made her live debut at the age of six, singing a traditional song called "Campesina Santandereana" at her elementary school. After she graduated from a local university, holding a management degree,

  10. Naëla (singer)

    Naëla (singer)


    Nataly Rivera best known as Naëla (born July 17, 1990, Bogota, Colombia), is a Colombian singer, author and songwriter. She made her music debut as the opening act in the show that Mexican group Camila gave in Bogota in 2010. Followed this, she released her debut single No Quiero Estar Sin Ti belongs to her debut album Naëla. On 2011, she released two new single of her album, Esta Noche Mando Yo and Muero Por Amarte.

  11. Valentina Rendón

    Valentina Rendón


    Valentina Rendón Escobar is a Colombian actress, singer and writer.

  12. Anasol



    Anasol Escobar (born November 5, 1976) known professionally as Anasol is a Colombian pop singer. Anasol's father was a student of astrology, and before she was born, he declared his daughter would be an artist and must be born closer to the sun. That's why the Colombian family traveled to Buenos Aires, Argentina, for her birth and why she is named Anasol or "Daughter of the Sun." Born Anasol Escobar, the future pop singer grew up primarily in Colombia but often traveled, soaking in the cultures of Italy, Portugal, Brazil, and Spain. College life was filled with music studies and working on writing her own music. Homemade demos brought her to the attention of Luis Fernando Ochoa, the Grammy-winning producer who had worked with Ricky Martin and Shakira. Blending pop and dance sounds, Ochoa and Anasol created her self-titled debut, which was released by the Univision Records label in 2005.

  13. María Luisa Piraquive

    María Luisa Piraquive


    María Luisa Piraquive (born February 10, 1949) is a Colombian singer, educator, philanthropist, writer and neo-Pentecostal leader. She is co-founder and current leader of the Church of God Ministry of Jesus Christ International (CGMJCI), which has more than 700 prayer rooms in over 40 countries worldwide.

  14. Fatiniza



    Fatiniza is a Colombian pop, rock, singer, songwriter

  15. Leonor Gonzalez Mina

    Leonor Gonzalez Mina


    Leonor Gonzalez Mina (born June 16, 1934 in Jamundí, Valle del Cauca) is a prominent Afro-Colombian musician and actress, known as "la Negra Grande de Colombia" ("The Great Black Woman of Colombia"). She is known for her work in several genres of Colombian music, including bolero, pasillo, bambuco, and especially cumbia. She is known for songs such as "Mi Buenaventura", "Navidad Negra", and "Yo Me Llamo Cumbia".

  16. Totó la Momposina

    Totó la Momposina


    Sonia Bazanta Vides, better known as Totó la Momposina, is a Colombian singer of Afro-Colombian and Indigenous descent.

  17. Marta Gómez

    Marta Gómez


    Marta Gómez is a Colombian singer and songwriter. After obtaining a Best Achievement Scholarship, she graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Berklee College of Music. She lives currently in the United States. Gómez and her group perform a large repertoire of songs with a mixture of rhythms that range from Latin jazz to folk Latin American music. They have shared the stage with well-known musicians from various countries around the world. She was nominated for the 2004 Latin Billboard Music Awards in the category "Latin Jazz Album of the Year".

  18. Andrea Echeverri

    Andrea Echeverri


    Andrea Echeverri (born 13 September 1965) is a Colombian rock/pop singer and guitarist. She is the lead singer in Aterciopelados where she also plays the acoustic guitar. Echeverri has long captivated audiences with her potently melodic brand of feminism. In March 2005 her debut solo album "Andrea Echeverri" was released by Nacional Records, a label focused on promoting the best in Latin alternative music. Andrea is of Basque descent.

  19. Verónica Orozco

    Verónica Orozco


    Verónica Orozco (born Verónica Orozco Aristizábal on June 8, 1979) is a Colombian actress and singer.

  20. Margarita Vargas

    Margarita Vargas


    Margarita María de Santa Teresita Vargas Gaviria (born October 3, 1960 in Medellín), better known by her stage name Margarita La Diosa de la Cumbia , is a Colombian singer.

  21. Sara Tunes

    Sara Tunes


    Sara Agudelo Restrepo (born October 5, 1989, Medellín, Colombia), known as Sara Tunes, is a Colombian Latin pop singer-songwriter. Sara Tunes is a pop singer and composer, although her work includes subgenres such as electronic music, R&B, blues and reggaeton. She has recorded several albums.

  22. Carolina Herrera (entertainer)

    Carolina Herrera (entertainer)


    Carolina Herrera is a Colombian songwriter, singer and guitarist.

  23. Naela



    Nataly Rivera best known as Naëla (born July 17, 1990, Bogota, Colombia), is a Colombian singer, author and songwriter. She made her music debut as the opening act in the show that Mexican group Camila gave in Bogota in 2010. Followed this, she released her debut single No Quiero Estar Sin Ti belongs to her debut album Naëla. On 2011, she released two new single of her album, Esta Noche Mando Yo and Muero Por Amarte.

  24. Maía



    Mónica Andrea Vives Orozco, more commonly known as Maía (born 1982 in Barranquilla, Colombia) is a Colombian singer-songwriter.

  25. Marcel Otto

    Marcel Otto


    Marce (1974 - ) is a singer/songwriter, born Marcela Pineros in Bogotá, Colombia. Marce is the second of four children born to filmmaker Antonio Jose Pineros and Reiki Master Maria Torres. She wrote her first song at age 9. Raised to be a nomad, Marce developed a diverse world view. Her commitment to social activism led her to pursue a degree in Women's Studies. Marce graduated Summa Cum Laude from Florida International University in 2002. Her debut album, "Marce", was released that same year and received rave reviews. In 2005, she married Allen Guthier at a private ceremony in Gainesville, Florida. In recent years, Marce has performed across the United States and has been featured in publications such as InSite Magazine and FYI Weekly. She was awarded for Best Folk Song in 2006 by Song of the Year, sponsor of VH-1 Save the Music.

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