Spanish child pop star María Isabel was created María Isabel López Rodriguez in Andalusia, Spain, in 1995, and took an instantaneous curiosity about both singing and dancing. In 2004, María Isabel gained the 2004 Junior Eurovision Tune Competition (after having gained the Spanish one) with “Antes Muerta Que Sentilla,” a monitor that was also contained in her 2005 debut recording, No Me Toques las Palmas Que Me Conozco. The recording did sufficiently in Spain to become released in Latin America, where in addition, it found a good amount of achievement. Isabel’s sophomore full-length, Numero 2, adopted that same 12 months. In 2006, she released her third record, Capricornio, in the proper execution a double-disc arranged that included a Dvd and blu-ray, which presented her music video clips and different extras. Another 12 months Isabel was cast and starred in an attribute size film, Ángeles S.A., and in addition performed the complete soundtrack. Both film and soundtrack had been hugely well-known in her indigenous Spain, where in fact the Compact disc reached number 1 in the graph and eventually proceeded to go Platinum.