New York-born singer Brenda K. Starr
had the opportunity to make her first demo at the age of 12. Two years later, Starr
was signing up for her first record deal and climbing music charts with Grammy-nominated pop ballad "I Still Believe" and a club/dance song called "What You See Is What You Get." Brenda K. Starr
decided to turn to tropical music after meeting label executive José Armand Jr. Starr
made her Spanish-language debut with the release of Te Sigo Esperando
, which was produced by Humberto Ramírez
and featured the hit single "Herida." Univision's lo Nuestro-nominated No Lo Voy a Olvidar
followed in 1998.