Arlene G “La Diva de la Salsa” | Artist Profile

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As a young girl of 5 Arlene Gonzalez knew that she had something special in her soul that would someday take her on a journey that would lead to an ambitious career as a bilingual musician, and composer.  Arlene, who is of Puerto Rican and Ecuadorian descent, first burst on the music scene when she moved to South Florida in March of 2009. Although she was now entrenched in her new Florida lifestyle, she never lost the spirit and fire that became a part of her while growing-up in Corona Queens, New York. Shortly after arriving in Florida, she established an amazing career including many performances and Tours.  She has worked with such talents as Grammy winner producer Jon FX, and four time Grammy winning engineer Mark Lee.  Arlene is a talented composer who writes all of her own music, and is currently working on writing for several other artists.

Coming from a musical background, her Father, Oscar Gonzalez was a legendary award winning vocalist in Trio los Nobles and Trio de Oro in Puerto Rico and New York.  Arlene has a blueprint of all of his tracks which she plans to adapt into modern dance music for the Spanish language market.

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Arlene Gonzalez currently works with Telemundo Luz De America TV, promoting and hosting a television show specializing in introducing new talent in the New York City area. Her music is regularly featured on radio stations rotation Wepa FM and 670 AM in Florida 89.3 FM, 91.9 FM and 94.5 FM 102.3FM in New York City, as well as 1640 AM in the Dominican Republic.  Her music can be found on MTV.com, ITunes, Amazon, Pandora, iHeart Radio, and Shazam.

Arlene recently recorded her Salsa song, Vete, which became an overnight hit in Panama and all of South and North America with the Grammy Winning Producer Engineer of Celia Cruz song, La Negra Tiene Tumbao, Guido Diaz of Skylight Recording. With several Grammy award winning musicians who took part of Celia Cruz band such as Luisito Quintero who plays part in the Salsa song Vete playing the Bongos, Congas, Timbales, and guiro. Luisito Quintero has earned more than thirteen Grammy certificate awards for his participations in numerous recordings for re-known artists. Another musician who plays the piano in the production of Vete is Efrain Davila. The Trumpet is played by Manuel Manueco Ruiz, The Bass is played by Ruben Rodriguez and the chorus is interpreted by Aris Martinez. They have worked and recorded with, The Rolling Stones, Vanessa Williams, Paul Simon, Santana, Jack De Johnette, David Sanborn, George Benson, Tommy LePuma, Joe Sampler, Bill Cosby, the late Celia Cruz and Tito Puente, Cachao, Eddie Palmieri, Marc Anthony, Gloria Estefan, Richard Bona, Ravi Coltrane, Claudia Acuna, Nathalie Cole, Diana Krall, Roy Agrove, Giovanni Hidalgo, Toshiko Akiyoshi, Spanish Harlem, Willie Colon, Victor Manuelle, DLG, Tito Nieves, India, Africando and many more.

Arlene G is currently composing new songs for an upcoming Salsa album, she is in contract to tour Europe including, Denmark, Spain, Italy, Finland and Sweden an international tour from August 25th 2014 to October 25th 2014.  Arlene G has engagements in Ecuador, Chile, Dominican Republic, Panama, Puerto Rico, Colombia, , Honduras, and El Salvador where she will promote her songs including her Salsa song Vete, her techno sensation, Boy Toy and Quiro Bailar. Other songs composed and performed by Arlene include Illusion, Freakytona, and Boriqua Somos, which is a tribute to the beauty of Puerto Rico.

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