Georgina León,a 39 years old pop singer from Spain who was born in Valera, Venezuela has presentedthe emigration of Venezuela in her fourth album titled Bienvenido a mi habitación and also dedicated few songs in the album to family members. The song she titled “Maria” was named after her mother and dedicated to her, “Cero” was also dedicated to her father who has had a heart surgery, and the last song on her album, “Mar y cielo” was a tribute to her grandmother, Asunción Vargas who in the last ten years of her life, suffered from Alzheimer’s.
Georgina León Education Details
The singer is a family oriented lady who is deeply concerned about the state of affairs in her home town.Her high school education was in San Felipe at the Fray Luis Amigó School, afterwhich she went to the old IUTY to study Food Technology. However she did not finish because of her music career.
The singer is one of the most loved and respected artists in the music industry. This has made her feature in songs and collaborate with other popular artists like: Pablo Lopez, Alex Ubago, Melocos, Clueless, and Taxi among others. A lot of her recognitions and success can be attributed to her ability to closely relate with the public through social media. She currently has 45.7 thousand followers on instagram, twenty four thousand followers on twitter, gets more than 12 million views on her YouTube channel, eight million on spotify andabout a hundred thousand likes on facebook.
Georgina released an album “welcome to my room” in 2019 which many refered to as naked and intimate. In an interview with La Vanguard about the motivation behind the album, the singer said she wanted to bring her fans into her personal space where she makes things happen. She added that “Inside there may be feelings of joy, sadness or frustration. Your room is where you cry, laugh or spend hours reflecting looking at the ceiling”
She started her recording career with her friend Tisuby González, a fellow singer/songwriter and guitarist. They both met at school and initially formed a group called El Grito de las Mariposas, then they reunited after a long while and started singing together under a band called Tisuby& Georgina.
After the duo appearedon the Venezuelan television programme “Cuanto Vale el Show”(how much the show is worth )-the most outstanding talent programme in Venezuela- they got a recording opportunity with Líderes Entertainment Group under the same stage name Tisuby& Georgina and made their full-length debut with the album,Sueños Simples (simple dreams) in 2001.
Thereafter, they also recorded a second album, Ruletadel Amor in 2003 with producers Luca Rustici and Miguel Blasco which was more successful than the first. It earned the girls a lot of fans and birthed the international hit single “PorQué No”.
However, the duo never released a third album as their partnership was dissolved and Georgina who was 23 years at the time moved to Spain and settled in Madrid with her parter, Kreptoa guitarist from Los aDespisaos. She eventually started singing solo with Warner Music Spain while she wasin Madrid. Her solo recording debut was released in April 2009 with the five-song Casi EP which was later included in her full-length album debut, Ensayo y Error.Since she signed with Warner Spain, she has released 3 albums and has done more than 10 performances in her location.
Georgina’s music has a particular style that makes it unique. Her album, Ensayo y Error was said to have a Latin pop/rock style and is said to be similar to that of Julieta Venegas and Amaral. She also supported the album with a concert tour of Spain.
Georgina León Awards And Recognitions
The singer has received huge recognitions, one of which was being nominated for the Latin Grammy.
Georgina León Personal Life
She speaks and sings in Spanish. Georgina has been living in Spain for 15 years now, and resides in Malaga city since last September. She has been doing a great job keeping her personal life a secret.
Georgina León Band
Georgina has a band which consists of: Luis Jiménez Otiwho plays the guitar; David Elorriaga, the bass player, Javier Martín, who beats the drums; and Pablo López de la Llave, the pianoist. She uses the website georginamusica.es.