ANA BÁRBARA is one of the leading female figures in Regional Mexican music, and is a Latin Grammy winner, accomplished songwriter, producer, and TV personality.
Ana Bárbara has not only dominated the Grupero genre, she's become one of the driving forces behind the style's popularity. With a distinct vocal range, songwriting and producing talent, Ana Bárbara has defined the modern Regional Mexican performance and is one of the few acts to garner an international following that extends beyond México and the United States.
In 2005, Ana Bárbara received her biggest career recognition: a Latin Grammy award for "Loca de Amar," which won "Best Grupero Album."
She has also received four "Premio Lo Nuestro" accolades, seven "Premio Furia Musical" awards, as well three "Premio El Heraldo" trophies for "Best New Artist" and "Best Female Singer." In 2012, Ana Bárbara was awarded her first career recognition honor from Regional Mexican music award show "Premios de la Radio."
A powerful voice, a distinctive style, signature sharp eyes, and striking beauty has placed Ana Bárbara as the "Queen of Grupero Music." To date, she has sold over six million albums and is one of the leading singers of Mexican music for nearly twenty years in a genre that throughout decades has been dominated by men.