Diva is the third studio album by Puerto Rican reggaetón recording artist Ivy Queen. It was released on August 23, 2003 and independently distributed by Real Music Group after being dropped from Sony Discos. The recording followed her two previous studio albums which were commercially unsuccessful and a hiatus from her musical career beginning in 1999. It featured collaborations with Latin hip hop artists including Mexicano 777, Bimbo and K-7 while the album's production was handled by a variety of musical producers; Luny Tunes, DJ Nelson, Noriega, and Iván Joy were enlisted, while DJ Adam produced a majority of the tracks. Lyrically, the album explored female empowerment, infidelity, heartbreak and love with "a veritable compendium of her artistic passion, femininity, and culture". The musical styles of the recording alternate between reggaetón and hip-hop while Queen experiments with R&B and pop balladry. Wikipedia
Diva is a member of the following lists: 2004 albums, 2003 albums, Spanish-language albums, Ivy Queen albums, Reggaeton albums, Reggaeton album stubs, Albums certified Disco De Platino by the Recording Industry Association of America, Albums produced by Ivy Queen, Albums produced by Luny Tunes and Albums produced by Noriega.
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