Singer Leslie Grace keeps climbing the charts with her music.

Leslie Grace has always known that music was her life. She recorded her first album, Pasión, at the age of 14 without a label but with the help of her parents. “I recorded it in a little closet of my room. Those songs and that time of my life were the musical seed that was planted in my heart.” Two years later, she was signed by Top Stop and launched her album Leslie Grace, which produced hits like the Motown and bachata mix “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow.” Her resulting success led to her moniker the Princess of Bachata.

Her latest album, launching in early summer, will have a bicultural twist. “I’m entering new territory and working on English-only songs, urban tracks and pop. I live Latin music and Top 40 pop every day. I am a mix of both worlds.”