Dominican Milly Quezada (given birth to Milagros Quezada Borbon), later on referred to as Merengue Queen, graduated from New York’s Town College having a communications level before forming her 1st music group, Milly Con Los Vecinos, in 1975. When her sister, Jocelyn Quezada, became a member of, the band transformed their name to Milly, Jocelyn con Los Vecinos, documenting En Tus Manos in 1995. 2 yrs later on, Milly Quezada produced her debut like a single designer with Hasta Siempre, that was focused on the memory space of her previous husband and supervisor, Rafael Vasquez. 1998’s Vive accomplished a Billboard award for Greatest Female Tropical Recording. In 2000, her compilation of well-known Bachatas, Tesoros de mi Tierra, premiered by Sony Discos.