The queen of the urban genre, Ivy Queen, known worldwide for being a pioneer reggaeton songwriter and singer, returns to the stage with more force. Born in Puerto Rico as Martha Ivelisse Pesante Rodríguez, the Latin GRAMMY nominee has shed light on important issues such as homosexuality and racism for more than 20 years, and has given women empowerment hymns that continue to have no matter the date. relevance and impact.
Once again, the singer expresses her soul in her lyrics, and she surprises her fans with the premiere of her new single “Quien Dijo”. Available on all digital platforms, the song is also accompanied by a music video that shows the versatility of the Puerto Rican to unfold into different characters.
“This one is for those unfinished loves,” commented the artist, describing the song as “songs that have a name, a surname, and a face.”
“Ivy is the OG. Her music remains current, powerful and relevant. If there is a female movement in urban music, it is thanks to Ivy Queen”, highlighted Leila Cobo, the vice president of Latin Billboard
Throughout her 30-year career, Ivy has been nominated and awarded multiple times at all major awards and recognized as “Leading Ladies” at the Latin Grammy Academy and was the first woman nominated in the category ” Best Urban Album”.
“Quien Dijo” is available on Spotify, Apple Music and all digital platforms, plus fans can enjoy the music video on YouTube.