Craving hot wax at a tender age, Lisa M. cut her first album, Trampa, at fourteen. The record went gold, making the fiery Puerto Rican performer the highest-paid female Latin rapper at the time. Since her sophomore followup No Lo Derrumbes in 1990 went platinum, the self-described barrio homegirl went on to produce a string of international hits that earned her the Queen of Rap moniker and a contract with Sony Discos early on in her career.
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La Diva, who this past June released her latest album, Respect, which includes the singles Hey Ladies, Fuego, and Encendido, turns loose her incendiary talent tonight at 10:00 during Sirens at Score (727 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach) in time to melt the candles on 2006. Brought to you by Icandee Productions, Lisa M. promises a torrid night of rump-shaking merry-making for women who love women and girls who just want to gather under the mistletoe in time to embrace the pink of a fresh year.
Sat., Dec. 30, 10 p.m.