Mónica Naranjo's musical career, based on the great range of her powerful voice and her marked personality, began with "Mónica Naranjo" (1994) and continued with "Palabras de Mujer" (1997), "Minage" (2000), "Chicas Malas" (2001), "Tarántula" (2008), "MN 4.0". (2014), "Lubna" (2016), as studio records, and with more than fifty live albums, compilations, singles and collaborations with other musicians, including Luciano Pavarotti, Mina, Raphael or Rocío Jurado. His sales are estimated at over ten million albums throughout his career. Among the many awards to her artistic career, the three "World Music Awards" are particularly noteworthy, making her the Spanish female singer with the highest number of awards for excellence in recording achievements, and the "Innovation to the Opera" award for her album "Lubna".
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