Aida Cuevas (Spanish pronunciation: [aˈiða ˈkweβas]; born September 24, 1963) is a famous Mexican singer who has created one of the most important careers in the traditional Mexican and Latin American music. Affectionately known as the "The Queen of Ranchera Music”,  With a 40-year artistic career, this Latin Grammy Award winner and nominated singer has released 37 albums, selling more than 7 million copies worldwide.  Cuevas is a master of the Mariachi art song, offering a full range of mariachi numbers including her infamous falsetto heavyweight “El Pastor ” and "La Cigarra", her iconic Juan Gabriel hits including “Te Doy Las Gracias,” “Te Vas a Quedar Con Las Ganas,” and “Quizás Mañana,” to the people pleasers “Traición a Juan,” “Me Equivoque Contigo,” and “No Me Amenaces.” Her unique voice and style have allowed her to cultivate a successful career spanning decades, leaving a remarkable imprint in the history of Mexican music.
Aida Cuevas began singing in amateur contests at the age of 11 and was quickly discovered because of her exceptional talent. Her first national exposure was singing in a weekly live radio program called "El Taller XEW" in 1975 at the age of 12 years. A year later she was performing on stages across Europe. These performances quickly lead her to be known as "La Voz de México" (The Voice of Mexico) at an early age. Her talent has led her to perform across 4 continents since 1976.