Paulina Aguirre

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Paulina Aguirre
Origin Ecuador
Genres Pop,christian latin, electronic
Occupation(s) Singer-Songwriter, Music executive
Instruments Piano,guitar
Years active 1995-present
Labels Mucho Fruto Music[1] Vene Music
Website Official Site

Paulina Aguirre (born Quito) is an Ecuadorian singer/songwriter, humanitarian and 2009 Latin Grammy Winner. Paulina has 4 nominations for the Latin Grammy

In 2007 Paulina released her first solo album titled, "Mujer de Fe" (Woman of Faith), produced by (her husband) Pablo Aguirre. The album features duets with Latin rap artist, Gerardo on "Nada Va a Separarme"; as well as Juan Carlos Rodriguez, (of Tercer Cielo) on "Eres Mi Refugio". The aforementioned song was chosen as part of "Vive, Lo Mejor de La Música Cristiana", a compilation album under Mucho Fruto Music and distributed by Fonovisa /Universal Music Latin Entertainment. Mujer de Fe also received the 2007 Latin Grammy Nomination for Best Christian Album.

In 2009 Paulina released her second recording project entitled, "Esperando Tu Voz" (Waiting for Your Voice), produced by Pablo Aguirre. The album features a duet with Armando Manzanero on "Cuando me Vaya de Aquí" and This musical work is charged with a fusion of Pop/Rock, Andean Music, and a 40-piece orchestra. Esperando Tu Voz received the 2009 Latin Grammy for Best Christian Album and the 2009 [Premio Arpa][1] for best Duet for "Cuando me Vaya de Aqui" (feat. Armando Manzanero).

Paulina Aguirre is also founder of Mujer De Fe[2] (Woman of Faith) an innovative women empowerment organization. The non-profit organization was founded in 2011, in the U.S. by Paulina, and a team of successful women. The core mission of Mujer De Fe is to empower women in their intellectual and spiritual development, with necessary tools for personal and professional advancement. On 2012 Paulina released her solo album "Rompe el Silencio" a non-violence message for women, also nominated for Latin Grammy on 2012

Paulina got a nomination on 2014 for Best Regional Song with Mariachi Divas for the Latin Grammys

Paulina is currently working on her fourth album, duet project tilted " FRAGIL" where she has a duet with Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas, Vico C, Patricia Sosa, Barbara Munoz, and a co-writing with Mario Domm of Camila, as well 4 singer songwriters from her country Ecuador

It was recently reported by VidaEnElValle.com that Paulina Aguirre is currently working with Taboo (Black Eyed Peas).[3]

Awards[edit]

Latin Grammy Awards[4]
  • 2009: Esperando Tu Voz – Best Christian Album, Latin Grammy Nominee 2012,Latin Grammy Nominee 2007, Latin Grammy Nominee 2009,Latin Grammy Nominee 2014
Premios Arpa[5]
  • 2009: Cuando me Vaya de Aquí - Feat. Armando Manzanero – Mejor Canción en Participación (Best Song Duet/Collaboration)

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.muchofruto.com
  2. ^ "Mujer de Fe". Mujer De Fe. Retrieved 2012-04-02. 
  3. ^ "Taboo: Latino de Corazón". Vida En El Valle. Retrieved 2012-04-03. 
  4. ^ "Latin Grammy Award Winners". The Recording Academy. Retrieved 2009-08-18. 
  5. ^ "Lista Oficial de Nominaciones VII Edición Premios ARPA". La Academia Nacional de la Música y las Artes Cristianas. Retrieved 2012-04-02. 

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