Marylí Morett is a talented young Mexican singer and songwriter of the Urban Pop genre, descendant of a family of musicians, who has grown up between the cameras and the stages.
She stood out for her participation in important reality shows on Mexican national television, her collaborations with artists such as María Conchita Alonso, Francisco Céspedes, María del Sol; and her recent work as part of Belinda’s band, with whom she has toured the great stages of Mexico and the rest of Latin America.
From a very young age, her parents began to recognize in her a talent for singing and enrolled her in musical competitions. From this time she highlights her participation in “Reyes Imitadores Infantiles”, of the program “VIDA TV”, broadcast by Televisa, where
She Marylí was in the first place. Thus, she obtained a scholarship to study at the Center for Artistic and Infant Education “CEA Kids”, one of the best acting schools for children, belonging to the famous television network.
In her formative years she participated in the most successful children’s novels of the moment such as “Long live the children” and “Amy, the girl with the blue backpack”, which helped her to improve her presence and expression on stage, taking her interpretations in stage to another level, and pearlizing another of his great virtues: writing. A skill that she also developed from a young age, since she began to compose her own songs at the age of 8.
Marylí also stood out for her participation in the special edition of the program “Cantando Por Un Sueñito” dedicated to children, where she sang along with artists such as María Conchita Alonso, Dulce, Francisco Céspedes and Alan Estrada. Although she always kept singing in these, in the Church, and even in the National Auditorium, she was her entrance to the reality show “La Voz México” which made her known in front of the whole country.
For six months the artist defended her performance in the highest rated program, until she reached the stage of battles. Later, Beto Cuevas, her Coach, would invite her to sing along with her companions and the interpreters of the duo Has-As at the Metropólitan Theater.