Recognized by Pantene as a "Rising Star" in Latina Magazine's February
2006 issue, Liza is the most-played, unsigned artist on Miami radio.
The unstoppable Liza Quin became an internationally recognized singer
with the release of her first single, "Make Your Move" featuring el
General, gaining fans in the U.S., Latina America, the Caribbean and
Europe. Jose Cuervo Tequila also took notice of Liza Quin as part of
the Cuervoton Tour where she performed in several cities across the
U.S. in spring 2006. She also co-hosts American Latino TV, a national,
weekly, 30-minute program focusing on Latino culture in the U.S.
"Dejalo" by Miami rapper Garcia, featuring Liza Quin and NORE is a
major hit in South Florida, ranking on Mega 94.9s top 20 countdown.
Liza also received much recognition with her spring 2006 hit "Get Wet"
featuring radio and club versions with up and coming rapper Yan Weynn.
Her phenomenal talent gained her a spot as the featured female
background vocalist with Ricky Martin on his 2006 U.S. and European
tours and on Ricky Martin's Mtv3 Unplugged. You can also catch her
performing with Ricky Martin on stage on Mtv3's The Diary of Ricky
Martin. She also works behind the scenes writing songs, recording
back-up vocals, producing and singing side-by-side several successful
artists such as Alejandro Sanz, Mandy Moore, Jon Secada, Ziggy Marley,
Carlos Ponce and Gloria Estefan. As a Cuban-American born in Chicago
and raised in Miami, Liza is influenced by a range of music, but she is
mainly drawn to Latin, Soul and R&B. Her cultural diversity,
industry expertise and unparalleled talent, will make her the next
indisputable voice in U.S. Latino and bilingual popular music.