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“Stars” is a song recorded by Dominican-American singer-songwriter Kat DeLuna. After releasing “Wanna See U Dance (La La La)” in 2012, this new track is confirmed as the second official single taken from her upcoming third studio album “Viva Out Loud” that’s scheduled for release later this year via Granda Entertainment and Universal Motown Records. The song was premiered on May 6 and it will be released on digital retailers later this month.


Sophi, born Sophia Alvarez, is a sexy 19-year old native Miamian, with stardom set in her sights, has been singing all of her young life.   She says of her childhood, “I remember I first started singing when I was very young, maybe 2 or 3 years old.  My mom told me I would hold everything from my hair brush to straws as microphones.  My grandfather was a musician in Barquisimeto, Venezuela so whenever he would come visit he would play piano and I would sing (scream) along. When I got to St. Patricks Elementary School (in Miami), I joined choir and sort of solidified my passion for music.”

To her many adoring fans, D’Manti means "sparkling diamond.” D’Manti translated from Italian means "many capes.” D’Manti, the performer, personifies the terms "beauty” and "passion.” Her work as a fervent artist includes singing, acting, songwriting, dancing, playing musical instruments and even producing.

Born and raised in Las Vegas, NV, D’Manti began to perform at a very early age. She has appeared in a variety of theatre productions, television shows and independent films such as "Soul Savior Chronicles,” "Honolulu Knights,” "Johnathan Gullible Rottingham,” "Seeking Rainbows,” "Blind Trust” and "Man's World."

Belinda kicks off a new chapter in her career with the release of her new single, “En El Amor Hay Que Perdonar”, available across all digital outlets.

This new track mixes pop rhythms with urban beats from renown producer Victor El Nasi (Wisin & Yandel) creating an upbeat electronic sound. Belinda premiered the single during the live broadcast of Premios Juventud on July 19th.