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Priscilla Star Diaz
P-Star at WH Easter Egg Roll 4-13-09.jpg
Background information
Origin Harlem, New York City, U.S.
Genres Hip hop, Pop, reggaeton
Occupations Rapper, Singer, Songwriter, Actress, Dancer, Director
Years active 2002 - 2011
Website www.myspace.com/misspstar

Priscilla Star Díaz is an American rapper, actress, singer, songwriter, dancer, and director best known by her stage name P-Star. She is best known for her role as Jessica Ruiz in the 2009 version of The Electric Company. She is also a former beauty pageant contestant[1] and host of Teen Diaries Online.[2] P-Star grew up in the Harlem section of New York City with her older sister, Solsky and their dad former artist and record producer Jesse Jess Diaz [3]



  • Welcome to My Show (2008)
  1. "Welcome to My Show"
  2. "Wanna Make You Dance"
  3. "Biggie Bounce"
  4. "It Takes Two" (feat. Young B.)
  5. "Daddy's Li'l Girl" (feat. Tony Sunshine)
  6. "I Ain't Ready"
  7. "Strangers" (feat. Megan Rochell)
  8. "I Know People"
  9. "What's Your Name (Como Te Llamas)"
  10. "Jump"
  11. "Blah Blah"
  12. "What a Difference" (feat. Alejandra Salas)
  13. "Imma Show U How To Do It"
  14. "Who That" (feat. J Wise)
  • P-Star Rising (Soundtrack) (2007)
  1. "Biggie Bounce"
  2. "P Star Freestyle"
  3. "P Star Label Speech"
  4. "Daddy's Little Girl (feat. Tony Sunshine)"
  5. "Wanna Make a Difference"
  6. "Strangers (feat. Megan Rochell)
  7. "I Ain't Ready"
  8. "Jump"
  9. "Blah Blah Blah"
  10. "Hunc Bail Out"
  11. "Wanna Make You Dance"
  12. "I Got It Made"
  13. "Superstar"
  14. "Quien Tu Eres (feat. Ashley Valentin)"
  15. "P Star Contest"
  16. "P Star Thank Yous"
  17. "Wanna Make You Dance (Spanish Version)"
  • Don't Stop the Dance (Japanese & English), 2011
  • Sukoshindoke Kataomoi (Japanese & English), 2011
  • The Reintroduction of P-Star (TBA)

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