|Birth name||Liza Quintana|
|Born||April 25, 1982|
|Origin||Miami, Florida, United States|
|Genres||Latin, R&B, Pop Rock, Rock, Dance, Reggaeton|
|Occupations||Singer, Songwriter, Actress, Record Producer, Performer, TV Host|
|Labels||True Life Entertainment Records, The Quintessential L-M-Ent.|
Liza Quin (born Liza Quintana) (born April 25, 1982) is a multi-faceted, Cuban American artist that began performing at the age of five. She has since worked behind the scenes in the music industry; writing songs, recording back-up vocals, producing and singing alongside several successful artists such as Alejandro Sanz, Jon Secada, Ziggy Marley, Carlos Ponce, Gloria Estefan, Francisco Cespedes, and as a featured vocalist with Ricky Martin on his One Night Only tour and UnPlugged for MTV.
As a songwriter, her credits include collaborations on several world renowned songs including Gloria Estefan's Grammy nominated "Out of Nowhere," as well as songs for the likes of Ricky Martin, Mandy Moore, MSM, Shalim, and Pablo Portillo, to name a few.
In 2005, a young Quin generated quite a buzz with the release of the single "Make Your Move," featuring one of the pioneers of Latin urban pop music, El General. As an independent artist, the video became popular on HTV & MTV, heavily rotating in over 20 different countries and topping radio charts in Colombia. Soon after, her collaboration with Miami hip hop heavyweight, Garcia, featuring N.O.R.E., the bilingual "Dejalo," hit top 20 on urban Latino radio stations in Miami.
Still, Liza's talents don't stop there. Her overactive creative mind and obsession with the fashion side of being an entertainer led her to start and run her now popular personal style blog, www.The305abulouS.com (inspired by her hometown, Miami), featuring the photography of longtime friend and collaborator Paloma Dueñas.
Between all other projects, Miss Quin is currently in the studio working on her much anticipated solo EP, release TBA, as well as co-writing songs with Universal artists A&G on their upcoming debut album. Meantime, catch Liza performing around Miami's top live music venues with her band Liza Quin & The Bureau.
|2011||La Mina TV||Liza||Webnovela|
|2004-2007||American Latino TV ||Host|
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