Look The Before And After Looks Of Musical Star Ivy Queen

ivy queen before and after

Martha Ivelisse Pesante Rodrguez (born March 4, 1972) is a Puerto Rican singer, rapper, composer, and actress best known as Ivy Queen. She is known as the Queen of Reggaeton since she pioneered the reggaeton genre. Ivy Queen began her career in San Juan, Puerto Rico, as a member of the all-male collective The Noise. She played her first song, “Somos Raperos Pero No Delincuentes,” there (We are Rappers, Not Delinquents). Ivy Queen went solo in 1996, and her debut studio album En Me Imperio (In My Empire) was quickly picked up for distribution by Sony Discos in 1997.

Ivy Queen open’s up about surgery.

ivy queen before and after

Singer Ivy said that she had undergone surgery. On July 1, she was one of the guests on Mnet’s “Beatles Code” when the emcees disclosed that she is a “power blogger” with a large readership. Ivy mentioned that many readers would ask her questions, and many of them would be regarding plastic surgery.

MC Yoo Sang Moo responded, “You didn’t do plastic surgery, right?” “I can’t say I didn’t,” Ivy replied honestly. But, it is not as people believe, and I have a completely new look.” “As you can see from my childhood photo, even my double eyelids are natural,” she continued.

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Ivy’s early life

Ivy Queen was born in the Puerto Rican town of Aasco. Queen’s parents relocated to New York as a child, where she was raised. She did not complete high school, only reaching the eleventh grade in the mainland United States, and instead studied music at the New Jersey School of Performing Arts.

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Ivy’s musical career foundations

Ivy Queen travelled to San Juan when she was 18 years old when she met rapper and producer DJ Negro. At the invitation of DJ Negro, Queen joined an all-male Puerto Rican band named the Noise in 1995. The band became a part of the burgeoning reggaeton scene. DJ Negro started making a series of CDs focusing on Noise.

Ivy Queen first appeared on the fifth part of the CD series on a tune called “Somos Raperos Pero No Delincuentes”. She grew tired of the violent and sexual themes in reggaeton and desired to write about a broader range of topics. DJ Negro urged Queen to go solo, and in 1997 she released her debut solo album, En Me Imperio—which featured the hit single “Como Mujer”—for Sony Discos. In 1998, Queen published her second album.

The Original Rude Girl, featuring Don Chezina, Alex D’Castro, and Domingo Quiñones, teamed with Wyclef Jean on her debut hit “In the Zone”. The album is bilingual and incorporates hip-hop music, a break from her debut album’s reggaeton. Although The Original Rude Girl was a commercial failure, “In The Zone” debuted at number 38 on the Billboard Rhythmic Top 40.

Ivy’s musical style

ivy queen before and after

Queen’s musical style is reggaeton, an urban genre originating in Latin and Caribbean music. Queen also performs in other genres, such as hip-hop, salsa, merengue, and bachata. Yoselín Acevedo of People en Español commented that “‘Cosas De La Vida’—which isn’t her first bachata song, proves that other than being the ‘Queen of Reggaeton’ she can also quickly change herself into the ‘Queen of Bachata’.

Queen has also released salsa singles, beginning in 2005 with “Amiga No Pienses” and “Yo Lamento,” and ending in 2007 with “Si Eres T,” which she recorded in a “big-band Salsa” manner. She collaborated on “Cuando Hieres A Una Mujer” with La India and “No Te Quiero” with Vctoria Sanabra.

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