A Amara La Negra

A Amara La Negra

Amara La Negra:


The Tragic Story Behind a Historical Figure

Hip Hop

Born and raised in Miami, Florida, Amara La Negra channels the sunshine state for inspiration as musical direction to connect with her fans globally. She conveys a vibrant collage of Spanish and Caribbean experience while channeling a R&B and Hip Hop inspired concept in delivery. Amara has a formal educational background in performing arts, dance, modeling, and acting. Amara’s approach in her life and its obstacles that attempts disruption in her light remains to be unstoppable. Though her mother, an immigrant who arrived in the United States via the Mexican border, had to play the role of a mother and head of household; she supported Amara La Negra’s career by any means necessary. Her mother took her to auditions and supported her as Amara La Negra went on to win the Sabado Gigante’s contest “Miss Chiquita” in 1994. This contest was the performer’s first international exposure. Amara La Negra went on to be featured in commercials for brands like Hawaiian Punch, Oscar Mayers, and Walt Disney World just to name a few. She has been a part of Premios Lo Nuestro, Latin Grammy, Premios Juventud, Latin Billboards, among others notable special engagements broadcast around the world.

The international entertainer and reality tv personality dominates her transition into the American mainstream spotlight with her transparent and multi-faceted charisma. Undeniably identified as the “Break Out Star” of Love & Hip Hop Miami Season 1, introduced another side of her talent as the leading lady in the new film entitled “Fall Girls” alongside actress/personality Tami Roman and Erica Peeples. The film was produced and directed by Chris Stokes, as well as, Marques Houston, Juanita Stokes, Jarell Houston, and Jerome Jones. The comedic film premiered on BET Network on January 2019. The film is collectively available now in stores on DVD, as well as, on Netflix. Amara La Negra captured fans with her striking beauty, unique presence, and vibrant energy on countless publication covers including People En Espanol. Latina Magazine, Rolling Out Magazine, Chicago Tribune’s Hoy newspaper, and Dominican Republic’s entertainment Flow Magazine just to name a few. Adding to her limitless portfolio, the international entertainer co-hosted the Emmy Award winning daytime talk show, The Real, for several months, hosted the 2018 BET Awards LIVE Experience stage alongside fellow Love & Hip Hop personality, Safaree, as well as, presented a stellar performance that captured the audience at the 2018 ALMA Awards for Fuse TV. Captivating a well-versed transition into the American entertainment arena while celebrating her Latin heritage and roots, Amara La Negra stole the love of fans as she competed in the Mira Quien Baila AllStars Dance show presented by Univision January 2019. Through her dedication, drive, and intense daily rehearsals; she landed a spot as a finalist to extend her activism and philanthropy efforts by representing the Dominican Women’s Development Center Organization to further funding and support got empowering all women globally. (Source: amaralanegra.com)


Peace is what this stunning single artist exudes. She will continue to work on VH1's reality show Love & Hip Hop: Miami, Nuestra Belleza Latina, her podcast Exactly Amara (iHeart) and her talk show Don't Cancel Me, airing in December on Fuse. Amara says she has no regrets. "Not at all" she says. "You learn every time you stumble," adds the artist, who decided to honor Oshun, the goddess of love and fertility, with her looks in this exclusive photo shoot. "Even when I was in a good place with the father, I lost [a baby]. It wasn't the time. Perhaps he wasn't the right person either. But may God's will be done."

Well, you may not know. I may be right now…You’re going to have to check me out this season of Love and Hip Hop Miami, but I do feel like I am ready. I think that it’s that time. Sometimes we’re so busy chasing success, chasing the next project, chasing this, chasing that, that you forget that after you have all those things, what’s the point of having it if you have no one to share it with? That doesn’t mean just your significant other, but like I said before, I’m a big believer in generational wealth. I’m an only child. I’ve always had dreams of having lots of children and I want to be able to pass down all my real estate, all my properties, everything I’ve sacrificed. Who am I going to leave this to? So I am looking forward to eventually getting married and having children and continuing to be a boss. (Source: www.essence.com)


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