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    Wink Female Bachata singers

    Have been enjoying Bachata music -- Juan Luis Guerra, Aventura, Frank Reyes. Of Dominican and French background, I am attracted to the energy and lyrical power of the music --except that all the lyrics and stories are from a male perspective. Gets kind of boring for a liberated female to hear all this Strum und Drang. Aren't there any female bachata stars lurking somewhere. Would love to hear their interpretation!

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    Try Monchy y Alexandra, Casilda Rodriguez, Venessa, Carlos y Alejandra to start!

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    monchy y alexandra have split up, but Alexandra is trying to start a solo career. Casilda sings back-up for her brother Raulin, but you might be able to find one of her old solo albums. Look for Grupo Infinito on YouTube. The band is led by Yamilka Bonetti. They started out with merengue tipico, but have gone bachata. Yami has a beautiful voice and bound to be a big bachata star one of these days. Also, check out some of the male bachata stars that are more on the romantic side like Joe Veras and Luis Miguel de Amargue (for example: new song "Amor y Navidad")

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    Yami Bonetti gooks and sound good. YouTube - Yami Bonetti Ya no vives en mi SD

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    Jeez, don't forget Yanira, La Exclusiva!

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    Ana Belen

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    The song was written for Bachata. Before Ana Belen made it popular, it was sung by Wascar Banks from Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic under permission from Manuel Jimenez. This track was included in Wascar's first album. Then it became a classic interpreted by Ana Belen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peters View Post
    Ana Belen

    YouTube - DERROCHE...ANA BELEN

    The song was written for Bachata. Before Ana Belen made it popular, it was sung by Wascar Banks from Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic under permission from Manuel Jimenez. This track was included in Wascar's first album. Then it became a classic interpreted by Ana Belen.
    But she doesn't sing bachata.. It's called balada. Same as Anna Gabriela.

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    Leslie Grace is very young but might have a great future (not to mention she is a doll). I love the Bachata remakes she did of songs by Little Ronnie Spector and the Ronette's. I think she was 18 when she cut these. She also did "Will you still love me tomorrow". A Bronx girl!



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    Hey guys, I heard a bachata song and can't find it. Can you help to know who sings? A girl sings the song and always say 'para mi para corazon'.

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