Luz Rios is a Latin pop singer from america who’s of Mexican heritage. Given birth to in Guerrero, Mexico, she emigrated towards the U.S. at age group 16 and performed in a music group with her brothers. In 1999 she released her 1st record, Ayer, Hoy con Siempre, billing herself at that time as Luz Carpenter. Five years afterwards she released De Mi Corazón (2004) in colaboration with Sony International. Somewhat more industrial than her debut, the record features the one “Enamorada” and was created mainly by Rios herself. Alas, De Mi Corazón wasn’t a huge hit, therefore Rios released her following record, Luz Rios (2006), in the indie label LCR Information. Her fourth record, Aire (2008), was also released on LCR Information. Having a bounty of tracks penned by María Díaz Alarcón, the record is highlighted with the name monitor, a duet with Mexican tale Joan Sebastían that became popular single in the Billboard charts.