María José
María José

María José

About María José

Mexican pop star María José has released five Top 10 solo albums, opened shows for Gwen Stefani and Rihanna, and served as a judge/coach on the singing competition series La Voz.

∙ José began her musical career as a teenage vocalist for the Mexican pop group Kabah, which released a string of Gold and Platinum albums between 1994 and 2005.
∙ She launched a solo career with her 2007 self-titled LP and debut hit single, “Quién Eres Tú,” which featured Grammy-nominated hip-hop artist Trey Songz.
∙ As a rising star, she achieved massive success with her back-to-back Top 5 albums of ’80s pop covers: 2009’s Amante de Lo Ajeno and 2010’s Amante de Lo Bueno.
∙ Her fourth LP, 2012’s De Noche, produced the double-Platinum pop-rock power ballad “El Amor Manda,” which was featured in the award-winning telenovela Porque El Amor Manda.
∙ In 2016, José collaborated with Puerto Rican pop star Ivy Queen on the reggaetón-infused hit single “Las Que Se Ponen Bien la Falda.”
∙ As a part of the Artists for Mexico supergroup, she participated in the 2020 charity single “Resistiré,” raising money for COVID-19 pandemic relief.

    Mexico City, Mexico
  • BORN
    January 12, 1976

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