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An outcast from the onset of her teen years, Marre has always been different, dancing to the beat of her own drum. Bouncing from one school to the next, she searched for her personal path to success as a gifted young woman. Obsessed with music for as long as she can remember, she came to understand school was not the answer so she dropped out of college and began to pursue her dream.
Since that day, Marre has been unstoppable. Like a freight train crashing down the barriers of Latin pop music, her new album, Sombras de Luz, produced by legendary producer Stephan Galfas (Meatloaf, Cher, Kool and the Gang, La Union, Miguel Mateos, among many, many others), redefines the genre. With songwriting that belies her age, 21-year-old Marre explores herself and the world surrounding her with astonishing depth and uniqueness. From the tongue-in-cheek Para Mi to the heavily introspective Me Equivoque, and the full range of emotions and passions in between, she delivers an incomparable, personal, yet universal, musical adventure.
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