Lolita Cuevas was most widely known as the featured vocalist in the 1941 saving from the Puerto Rican danza “La Borinquena” by Juanito Sanabria and His Orchestra, but her profession embraced a lot more areas of music in the Caribbean than that record would business lead someone to expect. Blessed in Puerto Rica, Cuevas was used at age group two to Haiti, where she grew up and where in fact the family members resided for a long time after. She also acquired a deep and abiding curiosity about music from an early on age group that led her to understand the music of her close friends and classmates. She provided her initial concert at age group 15 in Port-au-Prince, and eventually made an appearance on radio and on-stage, and in dance clubs through the entire Caribbean, Central and SOUTH USA, and america. Her record Haitian Folk Music, recorded with indigenous Haitian guitarist and arranger Frantz Casseus, was released in 1953 by Folkways Information and was reissued 32 years down the road the Smithsonian Folkways label.