Alejandra Guzmán has been a part of Mexican Rock royalty since birth with her father singer Enrique Guzmán and her mother, actress Silvia Pinal. Despite this, she created her own musical story as the most authentic and controversial female rocker in Latin America. On stage, Guzmán is seen as one of the best performers in Hispanic music.
Selling over 30 million albums throughout her career and garnering multiple Grammy nominations and winning a Latin Grammy, Guzmán is a force on and off the stage. Throughout the years, generations have been influenced by her music, styles, ideologies, and interpretations.
Currently, she is a coach on Telemundo’s La Voz, the Spanish-language version of NBC singing competition The Voice.