Monica Andrada

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        Monica, hailing from the vibrant city of Amarillo, Texas, embodies the spirit of Texan resilience and passion for music. Born and raised in the panhandle of Texas, her journey into the world of music began at the tender age of six. Monica’s parents would take her to Lubbock, Tx where she enjoyed recording her favorite songs. 
     At the age of thirteen, Monica felt a strong desire to become a performer and made her first public performances at many church festivals. Her mother encouraged her to start with mariachi music and was often invited to perform at special events and celebrations such as Cinco De Mayo and Mexican Independence Day. Entertaining veterans, The Knights of Columbus and Bishop Yanta. Monica’s dad would take her to weddings and quinceañeras to serenade the guest(s) of honor with a few songs. 
     At the age of fifteen, Monica's musical horizons expanded further as she fell in love with the rich cultural sound of Tejano music, immersing herself in its lively rhythms and heartfelt lyrics. Eager to share her newfound passion, she joined a local Tejano band, honing her craft and captivating audiences with her soulful performances. By the age of seventeen, Monica's ambition knew no bounds as she boldly ventured forth, forming her own band, Monica Y Eterno, a testament to her unwavering dedication to her musical aspirations. Her talent and stage presence put her in front of many influential figures in the industry who recognized her potential. This lead to her having the opportunity to perform alongside many popular names in the Tejano industry to include Albert Zamora, Elida Reyna, Texas Latino, Los Palominos, Pete Astudillo, Rey Reyna and Stephanie Montiel.

     However, as life unfolded, Monica made the courageous decision to pause her musical journey and step away from the spotlight, prioritizing her role as a devoted wife and mother. Nevertheless, her love for music never faded. With the support from loved ones, she embraced a new chapter, creating the tejano band Monica Y Adixxion. This venture allowed her to experience performing in a whole new light, leveraging the power of social media to reach broader audiences and garner more attention. Monica recorded two impactful singles with her band, "Amiga Mia" and "Para Que Lastimarme," validating her triumphant return as an independent artist. This moment reignited her passion, reaffirming her calling to peruse her dream once again.

     In early 2023, she was offered a coveted spot on a Christmas album by Awakening Productions, a renowned New Mexico nonprofit, opening doors to invaluable networking opportunities. This fateful encounter paved the way for Monica to realize her dreams, culminating in a record deal with Tex Sound Music, an esteemed independent record label based in her beloved Texas.
    Now, as she prepares to unveil her eagerly anticipated debut single, "Dame Valor," backed by the esteemed label Tex Sound Music and supported by Awakening Productions and Boss Co Music Group, Monica stands poised to leave an indelible mark on the world of music. With her boundless talent, unwavering determination, and the steadfast support of her cherished family and friends, Monica is poised to soar to new heights, captivating audiences far and wide with her soul-stirring melodies and heartfelt lyrics.