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Valerie Morales

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About Valerie Morales

From Fajardo, Puerto Rico 2003, she reunited with her childhood friend, Reggaeton producer Norgie Noriega. She recorded with Cidely for the production of several artists, "The Noise, La Biografía" the song "Lo Que Quiero Es Bailar".
After that success, DJ Nelson offers her a record deal with his label, Flow Music.
"Te Excitare" was his first hit, and later "Ven y Baila". Both tracks are on their first studio album DJ Nelson Presenta Valerie Mi Flow, (2007).
In 2009 Valerie recorded the title song for the telenovela "El Rostro de Analía".
Her second record production, "Mi Corazón", was released in 2017 and includes various musical genres. "Mi Corazón" was the first single she launched, marking her return to the recording studio. The video for that track was produced and recorded in Tampa and on St. Petersburg Beach. "Mi Corazón" was arranged musically by two much-loved companions of the artist, Joaquin "El Joaco" Fernandez and Hancel "The Hitman".

In 2019, Valerie launched her Salsa, "Perdida". The song is a "remake" or "cover", written and popularized by one of Valerie Morales' favorite artists, Debbie Gibson. The Spanish version of the song was written by Valerie. She was inspired by her personal love story with her husband USMC Msgt JC Morales.
The musical arrangement was from the very talented, Dominican producer and pianist Tony Castillo. The video was produced in Fort Lauderdale Florida under the direction of Mako Media Art.

2021 began with a refreshing sound for Valerie with the release of a remake of Gloria Estefan's classic "No Será Fácil" in Merengue's style. In the Summer of 2021 she released her single "Como Cambia La Vida", written by the famous composer Juan Deluque and arranged by Wilfrido Drullard. Valerie is workin on her third studio album, in the stye of merengue/tropical genre and is expected to be released early 2022.

Connect with Valerie Morales through her social media platforms, her handle is @realvaleriemorales or online at www.esvalerie.com and listen to her music, available on all digital music platforms.
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Genres:
Latin Pop, 80s & 90s Pop, Rock, Salsa, Tropical
Hometown:
Virginia Beach, Virginia

No upcoming shows
Send a request to Valerie Morales to play in your city
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About Valerie Morales

From Fajardo, Puerto Rico 2003, she reunited with her childhood friend, Reggaeton producer Norgie Noriega. She recorded with Cidely for the production of several artists, "The Noise, La Biografía" the song "Lo Que Quiero Es Bailar".
After that success, DJ Nelson offers her a record deal with his label, Flow Music.
"Te Excitare" was his first hit, and later "Ven y Baila". Both tracks are on their first studio album DJ Nelson Presenta Valerie Mi Flow, (2007).
In 2009 Valerie recorded the title song for the telenovela "El Rostro de Analía".
Her second record production, "Mi Corazón", was released in 2017 and includes various musical genres. "Mi Corazón" was the first single she launched, marking her return to the recording studio. The video for that track was produced and recorded in Tampa and on St. Petersburg Beach. "Mi Corazón" was arranged musically by two much-loved companions of the artist, Joaquin "El Joaco" Fernandez and Hancel "The Hitman".

In 2019, Valerie launched her Salsa, "Perdida". The song is a "remake" or "cover", written and popularized by one of Valerie Morales' favorite artists, Debbie Gibson. The Spanish version of the song was written by Valerie. She was inspired by her personal love story with her husband USMC Msgt JC Morales.
The musical arrangement was from the very talented, Dominican producer and pianist Tony Castillo. The video was produced in Fort Lauderdale Florida under the direction of Mako Media Art.

2021 began with a refreshing sound for Valerie with the release of a remake of Gloria Estefan's classic "No Será Fácil" in Merengue's style. In the Summer of 2021 she released her single "Como Cambia La Vida", written by the famous composer Juan Deluque and arranged by Wilfrido Drullard. Valerie is workin on her third studio album, in the stye of merengue/tropical genre and is expected to be released early 2022.

Connect with Valerie Morales through her social media platforms, her handle is @realvaleriemorales or online at www.esvalerie.com and listen to her music, available on all digital music platforms.
Show More
Genres:
Latin Pop, 80s & 90s Pop, Rock, Salsa, Tropical
Hometown:
Virginia Beach, Virginia

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