Chilean singer/songwriter and actress Mon Laferte blends rock, blues, pop, bolero, and electronic elements in her music. Born Norma Monserrat Bustamante Laferte in Viña del Mar, she began playing guitar at age ten, entered a musical conservatory at age 13, and later played gigs in Valparaiso. She began performing as Mon Laferte after moving to Mexico City in 2007,
2. No Te Me Quites De Acá
3. Por Qué Me Fui A Enamorar De Ti
10. Si Alguna Vez + El David Aguilar
Mon Laferte carries the torch (songs) of great Latin ballad singers of the past forward. The Chilean singer-songwriter belts with self-aware seductiveness and unflinching vocal muscle, against an instrumental backdrop that makes the case for carrying on the sound of older musical traditions like cumbia, cha cha cha and mambo -- all of which Mon Laferte delivers with a wink. Norma, her sixth studio recording, is a confident album that makes an immediate connection.