Storm was born in Brooklyn, NY, 1976. The youngest of a large family of musicians, Storm knew she wanted to sing, but didn’t begin doing so until the age of 14, when she participated in her first competition in her hometown of Bayamon, P.R., where she and her mother moved to in 1989. She started taking classical training with Puerto Rican soprano Darizabel Izales, and later on began studying music... in the University of Puerto Rico, where she continued her training with tenor Jose Ramon Torres. In between the period of time of her arrival to Puerto Rico and her last year of high school, Storm had won seven out of eight singing competitions throughout the island.
During college Storm began taking small roles mainly as an extra in the local musical productions, trying to focus mostly on her studies. But her true calling came in a college competition in 1996, where she won first place and caught the eye of musician Ramon “Junior” Irizarry. Junior Irizarry is a renowned musician, who worked with many artists such as Latin stars Marc Anthony, Gilberto Santa Rosa, La India, as well as Billy Joel, George Benson as well as many more. He had a small group at the time that did fundraisers and private conventions in various hotels, and he needed a female vocalist. Here Storm obtained the experience that would help her decide, once and for all, the road she wanted to travel.
Storm continued singing in these venues until she finally decided on moving back to her birthplace, New York City, to follow her dreams. As soon as she arrived she was given the opportunity to participate in a musical production of the Ujama Black Theater titled “The Harlem Renaissance”. Here she made her debut as an actress, playing the seductress “Mrs. Walker”. This experience gave her the knowledge she needed to pursue not only a career in music, but also in acting.
Not too long after that Storm met who would now be her writing partner, composer/producer Luis Burgos of the successful group Candela Soul. Together they worked on the collective production “Maria Dolores”, working with various artists including Reggaeton sensation Chyno Nino and Latin MC, Enemigo.
Storm started venturing in other genres of music, working with Rock-Funk-Soul band Digg Deep, as well as with the well known Hip Hop/spoken word artists, The Welfare Poets.
Coincidentally, working with these last two groups would bring her to cross paths with Alkebulan.
Her debut EP dropped the summer of 2011 with great reviews. Now, under Untouchable Music Group Management, she is in post production for her full length album, working with renowned producers and artists!
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