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Millie

Latin pop singer from Puerto Rico Millie (given birth to Milagros Ninette Corretjer Maldonado) produced her debut in display business at age 15 while hosting a children-oriented Television show called La Ola Nueva. In 1992 the youthful and talented designer had the chance to join up to EMI Latin, liberating Sola in 1995, offering “Estaremos Juntos,” performed along with Salvadorian Alvaro Torres. After issuing 1997’s Emociones, Rudy Pérez created 1999’s Amar Sera Un Juego, having a Spanish edition of Diane Warren’s “HOW DO YOU Live.” In 2000, Millie became a member of Under Suspicion’s film soundtrack having a song known as “Simply no Quiero Llorar.” After 2000’s Mis Mejores Exitos became another indigenous success, Millie authorized to RCA International in 2002, liberating a self-titled recording helmed by Enrique Iglesias maker Rafael Perez Botija.

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