To begin with, I don’t have any stage fright.
The Latin musical tradition is very rich and gives the singer a lot of freedom to explore a range of.
Latin music has many international influences – pop, rock, country, Brazilian sounds, and alternative styles.
I am a woman of the 21st Century who is self-assured and speaks my mind.
I had never auditioned for Broadway – any play – and I was not familiar with what you’re supposed to do.
And, more important, none of Paul’s music feels unfamiliar to me.
The voice has to be very clear at all times in order to convey the emotion.
The fact is, Latinos now own their own lives and I believe they can afford to look back without judgment.
In America, music is more tightly categorized.
It’s fascinating to be in a place where no one has ever heard of me.
The process is intense and the producers, who are intelligent men, are bringing in new people for a fresh look at a complicated project that has been in the making for 10 years.
I have to trust what I do and then do it.
I come from that society and there is a common thread, specifically family values – the idea that you do anything for your family, and the unconditional love for one’s children.