Grammy winner Beatriz Luengo fully encompasses the word artist.
As a singer, she has received 4 Grammy nominations; sold millions of albums around the world; topped U.S. and International charts; and boasts over 30 million views on YouTube.
As a songwriter, she has won a 2016 Grammy for Best Latin Album for A Quien Quiera Escuchar, and in less than two years, Beatriz has become the writer of choice after creating hit after hit for super stars, such as: Ricky Martin, Chayanne, Jennifer Lopez, Shakira, Daddy Yankee, Ruben Blades, Cristian Castro, Reik, and many others.
As a poet & painter, she has created dozens of illustrations and stories that captivate the essence of Beatriz’s childhood, dreams, and imagination.
As an actress, she has won several awards for her roles in theatre, television, and cinema.
As a fashion icon, her unique style has been the inspiration for a clothing line in Europe, and one that her fans love to imitate.
Born in Madrid, Spain, Beatriz’s artistic story began at 9 years-old when she joined a French traveling circus in Europe. Even at an early age, Beatriz’s talent was evident, and her love for singing and dan- cing became woven into her persona. She trained at the Royal Academy of Dance in London, and by 12 had signed with her 1st record label. At 15, she received one of the most prestigious awards “Premio Max” for her theater role in Peter Pan. Shortly after, she landed the star role in what became, at the time, one the most watched TV shows in Spanish television, which granted her immediate popularity in Europe. As a result of the show, Beatriz performed in several sold-out venues, with high-reaching capacities of over 30,000 spectators, throughout Spain.
This overnight success became somewhat overwhelming for a still young Beatriz. She decided to take personal time, and eventually moved to France, with Yotuel Romero, lead singer of Cuban Hip Hop band Orishas, who later became her husband. It was this relocation that changed Beatriz’s life forever. They found a place in Paris where they could openly express their talent, performing at a bar called Fabela Chic. Beatriz would make music, returning to her flamenco roots, using her stilettos to create the beats and her voice to captivate the audience. Not surprisingly, week after week, the venue was filled to capacity. She was quickly signed on to a local French label. Beatriz re-launched her singing career with her album Bele and once again tops the charts, becoming the 1st Hispanic singer to sell over 130,000 albums in France, while singing in Spanish. Shortly after, Beatriz returned to Spain and launched the album Carrousel, which became a 3x Platinum album and brought her huge suc- cess in her career.
In 2011, Beatriz moved to Miami, Florida, and signed with Sony to release her multi-hit album Bela y Sus Mosquitas Muertas. Her songs once again topped the charts; this time in the United States and Latin America. Her videos in YouTube have over 30 million views, and her fans are always awaiting new music by Beatriz.
Beatriz’ songs are lled with soul, that of someone who has lived a thousand times. Each lyric is pro- found, and lled with emotions, that connect intensely with the listener. It is her powerful music that has made her one of today’s most sought-after songwriters. So much so, that her music has caught the attention of some of the biggest artists in the industry, who have asked Beatriz to write for them as well. In less than two years, Beatriz has written hits for Ricky Martín, Jennifer López, Rubén Blades, Daddy Yankee, Diego Torres, Reik, Chayanne, Cristian Castro, Thalia, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Ha Ash, and Claudia Leitte.
With only a pen and paper, Beatriz prepares for what will undoubtedly be her best year yet. With dozens of her songs in the hands of the hottest superstars, she too is preparing for the launch of her new album, which will stay true to her essence and style. An album lled with loose poetry, and soul- ful lyrics that are sure to take this true artist to new heights.