La Lupe was a true product of her heritage. She embodied her culture in her very being. After Lupe was exiled from her homeland, she found a way to become a Latin icon in the United States through her partnership with the "Mambo King," Tito Puente. You will experience her journey from origin to her rejection, as well as the legacy she left behind. La Lupe was an extraordinary woman who never took no for an answer .
Lupe Victoria Yolí Raymond (23 December 1939 – 29 February 1992), better known as La Lupe, was a Cuban singer of boleros, guarachas and Latin soul, known for her energetic, sometimes controversial performances. Following the release of her first album in 1961, La Lupe moved from Havana to New York and signed with Tico Records, which marked the beginning of a prolific and successful career in the 1960s and 1970s. She retired in the 1980s due to religious reasons.
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La Paloma - Original. Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra, Cha Cha Aguilar and Car. ✓ 3:23. it that when I feel your touch My heart starts to beat, to beat the band I, Yi, Yi, Yi, Yi, like you to hold me tight You are too, too, too, too, too, divine If you want to be in someone’s arms tonight Just be sure the arms you’re in are mine Oh, I like your lips and I like. your eyes Would you like my hips to hips-notize you Si, Si, Si, Si, Si, Si, see the moon above Way, way, way, way, way, up in the blue Si, Si, Si, senor I think I fall in love and when I fall I think I fall for you I, Yi, Yi, Yi, Si, Si, Si, Si.
La Reina de la Canción Latina La Yi Yi Yi The Queen of Latin Soul. That album made her a star and later she joined up with the legendary Tito Puente to make four successful albums. Voted the best singer by the Latin press in 1965 & 1966, La Lupe went on to become one of the top two divas of salsa music (the other was Celia Cruz). In the 1970's La Lupe saw her career decline somewhat. First she was banned from television from Puerto Rico after she tore her clothes off during an awards ceremony on national television. Next, her record label, Tico Records, was purchased by Fania Records, and company executives decided to focus their energies on the less controversial Celia Cruz.
|A5||Avanza Y Vete De Aqui [Bolero]|
|B1||Listen Now! Toitica Tuya [Guaracha]|
|B3||Si Tu No Vienes [Son Montuño]|
|B4||La Virgen Lloraba [Mambo-Aguinaldo]|
|B5||Saraycoco [African Boogaloo]|
|LP-1199||La Lupe||Definitely La Yi-Yi-Yi- La Lupe / Definitivamente La Yi-Yi-Yi - La Lupe (LP, Album, Mono)||Tico Records||LP-1199||US||1969|
|TRSCD-1199||La Lupe||Definitely La Yi Yi Yi (CD)||Tico Records||TRSCD-1199||US||1992|