Chilean pop star Nicole (given birth to Denisse Lillian Laval Soza) began her singing career while even now being truly a middle school student, making her debut in 1987 in a Television show called Festival De La Una with Juan Antonio Coloma’s “Abrirse A La Mañana.” In 1988, at age 12, Nicole documented a song known as “Talvez Me Estoy Enamorando,” made by Juan Carlos Duque, which became her first strike. After registering to BMG, Esperando Nada was documented in Madrid, made by previous Los Enanitos Verdes Tito Dávila. That recording achieved platinum position in 1994. 3 years later on, Nicole teamed up with ex-Soda Stereo system Gustavo Cerati to create Sueñoperating-system de Transito, documented in Santiago, Chile; Buenos Aires; and London. In 2001, Nicole became the very first Latin artist registering to Madonna’s Maverick Information. The recording Viaje Infinito showed up one year later on and garnered Nicole a Grammy nomation.