This past July 16 was fulfilled 19 years after the unfortunate death of Celia Cruz, one of the most important Latin figures in the music industry and who undoubtedly left an invaluable legacy.
Known as the “sauce queen“, the Cuban interpreter is the creditor of multiple recognitions and cuts entered the Latin music industry, which until now have not been overcome
For this reason in AmericanPost.News We bring you the best of Celia Cruz and about 19 years after her death, her name is still a reference for new generations.
It’s been 19 years without the “Queen of Salsa”
Úrsula Hilaria Celia de la Caridad de la Santísima Trinidad Cruz Alfonso, real name of the singer, died on July 16, 2003 due to cancer, a disease with which she was struggling during her last years of life and that kept her away from the stage.
After his unfortunate death the latin music industry she dressed in mourning and was even awarded multiple tributes by her colleagues.
Being a benchmark in the entertainment industry, his career began at a very young age in Cuba, where, despite political pressure, he was able to overcome adversity and become a true living legend.
The best songs of Celia Cruz
the acclaimed cuban singer He was born on October 21, 1925, and died at the age of 77, a victim of cancer.
Among his most remembered songs are “Life is a carnival”, considered a hymn that represents the joy of the party in the Latin people.
How to forget “The black woman has a grave“, one of the songs to position itself in the most reproduced of the week of Billboard and that gave Celia Cruz international recognition.
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