Monday, November 1, 2010

LAMusicBox - Mami (Richard Vission's Club Mix)

LAMusicBox - Leticia Ascencio, Los Angeles, United States. Born in Tijuana, Mexico, singer and songwriter. Her first professional break came in 1994, headlining the Mercury Records soundtrack for the urban success "Mi Vida Loca". With the original bad boys of Chicano rap, "Lighter Shade Of Brown", her two singles featured on the soundtrack were a cover of the Honey Cones, "Girls, It Ain't Easy" (featuring Robert "ODM" Gutierrez) and Malo's gorgeous "Suavecito", produced by Jerry Brown, which is still heard every Sunday on the Art Laboe Show. These songs made her an instant favorite amongst Latinos. She is also inspired by some of the industry's leading ladies like Anita Baker, Teena Marie, Laura Leon, Stephanie Mills , Celia Cruz as well as acts such as Smokey Robinson, The Beatles, Los Bukis and The Supremes.


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