She then went to gives a plethora of hit singles including “Quiero Bailar”. Queen said she never found Omar in the act of adultery, and said that if she had, she would be in La Vega Alta—a women's prison in Puerto Rico. [64] Queen told Ramiro Burr of the Houston Chronicle, "I admired Selena because she had that famous crossover success, but sadly she never got to enjoy it," she said. [103] She also said she had not physically assaulted Omar's alleged mistress. With the Noise, she began her singing career and performed her first song “Somos Raperos Pero No Delincuentes” (We are Rappers, Not Gangsters).

She is 5′ 4″ (163 cm) in height and weighs around 57kg(125 lbs). An extended play version of the album was released on December 9, 2014. Ivy’s third studio album ‘Diva’(platinum edition) in 2003 was nominated for  “Reggaeton  Album of the Year” at the 2005 Billboard Latin Music Awards. They never think that there might be a connection, chemistry. Each releases contains eight songs musically devoted to the specific genre. [84] She has become the "indisputable lead female voice of Latin urban and reggaeton music [and] an international icon for Latin music itself. [4] Queen was involved in a charity marathon run in Puerto Rico called "Carrera por una Cura" ("Run for a Cure"). They think it's for money. [93], In December 2009, Ivy Queen launched a reggaeton doll. [74], Queen said that to stand out in the male-dominated world of reggaeton, she would have to deliver a strong point of view from a female perspective, saying, "God blessed me with a powerful voice. [26] The album spawned a Top 10 hit "Que Lloren" and the moderately successful singles "En Que Fallamos" and "Sentimientos". This ensured that the album was positioned in Latin and mainstream accounts that would normally not carry Latin product.

[16] The platinum edition was nominated for "Reggaeton Album of the Year" at the 2005 Billboard Latin Music Awards. [22] The following year, Ivy Queen, and Gran Omar presented the reggaeton and hip hop compilation album Cosa Nostra: Hip Hop. [55][56] Upon its release, it managed to debut at number thirty on the Billboard Latin Albums chart and number five on the Billboard Latin Rhythm Albums chart for the week of December 27, 2014. The group became part of the emerging reggaeton scene. [106] "I was talking about reality when I wrote it. Guadalupe called Omar "someone who misses the money and the high-life" he had while he was married to Queen. Furthermore, she did not limit herself to singing only she also appeared in Play called Vagina Monologues by Eve Ensler. [29] She responded stating "I'm the queen of this genre, a genre that contains male rappers such as Don Omar, Wisin & Yandel and Tego Calderón who respect me a lot for an idiot to have my name in his mouth. [95] View more / View fewer Facts of Ivy Queen, singer, songwriter, rapper, actress and record producer, one biological(Naiovy Kháli Star Sánchez) + two adopted. [23] She then received the first Premio Juventud "Diva Award", which honored Queen for her musical career.

[77] In "Quiero Bailar" she "berates a lover who thinks that just because they dance she is automatically going to bed with him. Ivy has estimated net worth of around $10 million, however, salary is not known. [36] When Latina Magazine asked her about the drama between the release of Sentimiento and Drama Queen, Queen said:[37], "I’m single. In 1998, Queen launched her second album, The Original Rude Girl—which featured Don Chezina, Alex D'Castro, and Domingo Quiñones— and worked with Wyclef Jean on her debut single "In the Zone". [25] No legal action was taken, however. DJ Negro began producing a series of CDs centered around the Noise. In April 2010, she was signed to Machete Music. There are rumors about her sexuality whether she is gay, bisexual or straight but these rumors are due to her way of performing in stages and shows program. Her seventh studio album Drama Queen was released in 2010, and spawned a top ten single "La Vida es Así". Her father’s name is Francisco Pesante and her mother’s name is unknown. [28], Calle 13's 2008 album "Los de Atrás Vienen Conmigo" included a song entitled "Que Lloren" which criticized Queen and asked her "to cut herself with a razor".