ABOUT MELODIE: This Latin recording artist’s first Spanish language album entitled “Virus del Milenio”, was released Internationally in 1999, and was nominated for a Dove Award. The journey of the following nine years is where many of her fans were left wondering about the reason for her sudden absence from the music industry as a solo artist and what might have taken place. The musical relationship between her prior independent record label, based at the time in Miami, FL, and Melodie had taken it’s course and had reached an end. “Who would’ve known Nashville, TN would’ve been her next address by becoming a member of a girl group, under Warner Bros. named “CHICA”. “It was there that I had the honor of working with some of the world’s most renown producers such as David Mullen. That experience allowed me to feature his song “Dream On” as one of the most important songs on my most current work”. As that era came to a close, the art of working behind the scenes with, Danilo Montero, Doris Machin, Migdalia Rivera, Ivan Y Ab, Group 1 Crew, Grits, Eric Lopez, Rachael Lampa, Pastor Clint Brown, LaRue Howard, Mase and many more, took precedence. And so, music has always been the driving force in her heart and continues to play a lead role in her life today and always. “I would have never grown as much as I did with out all of the ups and downs. Looking back, I can finally say everything worked in my favor. This album, “The Life, The Journey, The Voice…” (Su Vida, Sus Pasos, Su Voz…), would’ve not been possible without all of the lessons learned. As you listen to the songs you’ll hear a lot of personal hurts and triumphs. I hope this will inspire you to never give up even if the odds are against you”.