Artist verifiedYuridia

Yuridia is a Latin pop/R&B singer who found fame when she starred in the Spanish reality show "La Academia." A powerful female ballad singer, she has earned her place as one of Mexico's successful singers.

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Early Years Yuridia Francisca Gaxiola Flores was born in Hermosillo Sonora Mexico, aged nine her family relocated to Arizona. The singer now resides back in her home country. A shy young girl, music was close to her heart; she loved singing and gained encouragement from her father to audition for the reality series "La Academia." In 2005, while still in senior high, she won a place on the show. Musical Journey/Career While in the house, Yuridia showcased her singing ability with Robbie Williams's song, Angels, which she sang in Spanish. She took second place in the series and garnered a large household following which led her to sign a record deal with Sony Music. Her debut album titled "La Voz de un-Angel" contained various cover songs and was an album that gained one of Mexico's highest-selling sales in a short period. The singer's next album release was "Habla El Corazon," which featured Spanish rock covers; songs such as "Siempre Te Amaré," a version of Stings "Every breath you take," and "Todo Lo Que Hago Lo Hago Por Tí,"/ "Everything I do, I do it for you," by Bryan Adams. "The album reached four times platinum & gold in Mexico & gold in the United States. In 2007, she released her third album, "Entre Mariposas," which featured original compositions Yuridia co-wrote with various songwriters. The album took the number 1 slot alongside her first two albums. Touring Mexico and appearing on various tv shows, she gained a name for herself as one of Mexico's most popular female artists. "Nada es color de Rosa" was the singer's 2009 album, and in 2011, "Para Mi" was another album that took the top number 1 spot. In 2017, she released her live album, "Primera Fila."