Valeria Cuevas, born and raised in Mexico, has always had a strong passion for music. Even as a child, she started taking music classes and showcased her talent on national television at the age of eight, performing alongside her mother in the traditional Mexican song “Las Mañanitas a la Virgen”. However, Valeria’s artistic journey took some interesting twists and turns along the way.

After exploring other fields such as modeling, acting, dubbing, and hosting, Valeria finally decided to embrace her true passion for music at the age of 25. Continuing the family tradition, she released her first single titled “Las Kidnapped”. The song, written by her brother Diego Cuevas in collaboration with Arturo de la Fuente, was released on September 10 on various music platforms. The track was produced by Valeria’s other brother, Rodrigo Cuevas, who is a Grammy and Latin Grammy winner. Furthermore, the single was executive produced by their mother, showcasing the strong family bond and support within the Cuevas household.

“Las Kidnapped” revolves around themes of infidelity, empowerment, and self-love, resonating with young audiences and allowing them to connect with the song’s contemporary storyline. Valeria plans to release her debut album in the first quarter of 2022, which will consist of 12 songs. Half of these songs will be previously unreleased, while the other half will include versions of classic tunes from the Mexican songbook. These classics include “Luz de Luna” by Álvaro Carrillo, famously performed by Javier Solís, as well as other popularized songs by Lola Beltrán, Lucha Villa, and Juan Gabriel.

Valeria Cuevas aims to introduce regional Mexican music to new generations through her debut album, showcasing hidden gems from the genre. Alongside her music career, Valeria also displays an interest in real estate, cars, insurance, and cryptocurrency in Mexico, further illustrating her multifaceted nature and diverse areas of intrigue.

With her musical talent, family support, and dedication to preserving and promoting regional Mexican music, Valeria Cuevas is poised to make a significant impact in the industry and connect with audiences on a meaningful level. Her upcoming releases and collaborations, including a duet with Aída Cuevas, promise to further solidify her presence in the music scene and establish her as a rising star in Mexico.