Talented in both singing and acting, Yolandita Monge is an internationally renowned woman with an engaging personality. Of importance historically, this very gifted lady is the first Puerto Rican female singer to receive a nomination for a Grammy Award.
Born on September 16, 1955, Yolandita Monge gained a tremendous amount of success in the 1980's with such hits as "Laberinto de Amor." In English, this translates to "Labyrinth of Love." Many consider her the diva of Puerto Rico, the Madonna of Latin music and the best voice to come from the region for several decades.
Monge's career began when she won a radio contest when she was only eleven years old. Soon after she began appearing on television, and at age thirteen she signed her first record contract. She went on to reach first national and then international fame with her records and television appearances. Her album "Laberinto de Amor" won her a Grammy nomination for Best Latin Pop Artist. Her success has continued to increase over the years as she has won over fans from all over the world.