Norka Luque Singing for a Noble Cause

Norka Luque was though born in Caracas; Venezuela considers Miami home. She recently rose to global fame with a couple of sensational singles. In fact, her debut hits got several nominations for Latin Music Award. Her long journey started as a child when her parents overseeing her vocal training, piano lessons, and dance, `alongside her academics. Luque moved to France after high school where she studied several subjects ranging from Business Administration to Culinary Arts, Marketing to Fashion. However, this did not derail her interests in music. She joined a band, and with it, she would get a familiar with the music scene in Europe. Interestingly, Luque had a stint with banking in Monaco, but that would be short-lived for she later moved to America as an aspiring musician. And the world is lucky she did.

 

As fate would have it, Luque met Emilio Estefan Jr, together with the likes of Archie Pena, Hermanos Gaitán, and Luigi Giraldo helped materialize her debut singles amongst them Milagro, a song that with Mediterranean and Caribbean flavors. Its message that change was within everyone’s reach scaled it up music charts among them the Latin Music Billboards where it was a favorite. In her country of birth, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, as well the U.S, it received a wide acclaim. Norka was now a force to reckon with in the global music scene.

 

This talented singer or artist is guided by a philosophy of bringing hope to the world through music. She has been quoted saying that though music and the lyrics therein should in principle help people get through difficult times. According to her, artists should always incorporate positivity in their works, and although the music world is forever experiencing a great change in genre and rhythms, it should always carry a similar message; that of valuing life and hope to change for the better. Her inspiration stems from her share of nasty experiences in life. She has risen above her struggles and so can people in despair.

 

Norka Luque is also looking up to great artists, from the likes of Sia, classical Nirvana, Jay-Z, Shakira, George Michael Alesso, Bob Sinclair, Aerosmith, and Queen. She is full of life; she likes traveling, different cuisine and loves tennis, but at the helm of her enthusiasm is music. In 2016, she has worked more with Emilio Estefan releasing a single entitled ‘Tomorrowland’ and also with Fito Blanko. She now runs her label named ‘ NorkaMusic Productions LLC.’ Her music is especially relevant, for the world still needs reassurance with messages of hope.

 

Reference

http://www.billboard.com/biz/articles/backbeat/1097468/backbeat-elvis-crespo-juan-magan-nir-seroussi-victor-gonzalez-more-at