Cosas de la vida - Netflix

"Cosas de la Vida" (Things in life or Facts of Life) is a series Spanish , the original format is Disney Channel Italia , which is the daily life of two brothers and their families. Its premiere was on April 7th of 2008 . The 22 June of 2009 , a new season of the series premiered. Following the success of Class Change , Disney Channel Spain decided to go for the real image series, recorded with local computer and adapted to the Spanish public. The original format was produced in Italy , as was the case with Class Change. There are chapters every 5 or 6, each lasting about 4 or 5 minutes (approximately).

Cosas de la vida - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: Spanish

Status: Ended

Runtime: 5 minutes

Premier: 2008-04-07

Cosas de la vida - Ivy Queen - Netflix

Martha Ivelisse Pesante Rodríguez (born March 4, 1972), known as Ivy Queen, is a Puerto Rican singer, songwriter, rapper, actress and record producer. She was born in Añasco, Puerto Rico, but later moved with her parents to New York City, where she lived until she graduated of highschool when she returned to Puerto Rico. it was in San Juan where she met record producer DJ Negro, who helped her gain performing spots with a group called “The Noise” at a local club. There she performed her first song “Somos Raperos Pero No Delincuentes” (We are Rappers, Not Gangsters). The Noise gained much attention due to their violent and explicitly sexual lyrics. Queen went solo in 1996, and released her debut studio album En Mi Imperio (In My Empire) which was quickly picked up by Sony Discos for distribution in 1997. She later released The Original Rude Girl, her second studio album for Sony label, which spawned the hit single “In the Zone”. However, Ivy Queen did not rise to fame until she moved to an independent record label to release her third studio album, Diva in 2003. Queen's albums Diva, Flashback, and Sentimiento have all been awarded Gold and Platinum record status by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Her seventh studio album Drama Queen was released in 2010, and spawned a top ten single “La Vida es Así”. It was followed by the Grammy Award-nominated Musa in 2012. Queen's recordings often include themes of female empowerment, infidelity, and relationships, and she is often referred to as the Queen of Reggaeton. Queen has also ventured into acting, has been involved with an anti-cancer charity, and has launched a doll modeled on her appearance. In February 2012, she made her acting debut in Eve Ensler's play The Vagina Monologues.

Cosas de la vida - 2008–10: Ivy Queen 2008 World Tour LIVE! and Drama Queen - Netflix

Drama Queen sold 3,000 units in its first week and dominated urban album sales for nine consecutive weeks. It debuted and peaked at number 163 on the US Billboard 200 chart, number three on Top Latin Albums, and number 18 on Rap Albums. Drama Queen received a nomination for Best Urban Music Album at the 2011 Latin Grammy Awards, which was won by Calle 13 for Entren Los Que Quieran. Queen also received two nominations at the 2011 Latin Billboard Music Awards for Hot Latin Songs Artist of the Year, Female and Top Latin Albums Artist of the Year, Female. Shakira won both awards.

“I’m single. For the first time in my life, I’m really experiencing what that’s like because I used to always feel the need to be in a relationship; I didn’t like being alone. But this time I’m realizing that people come into your life for a season, and my last relationship served its purpose. I can’t sit here and cry about it, because it ended right where it should have. A lot of that stuff is on the album.”

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