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Ángela Aguilar

Mexican-American singer (born 2003)

In this Spanish name, the first or paternal surname is Aguilar and the second or maternal family name is Álvarez.

Ángela Aguilar Álvarez (born October 8, 2003) is a Mexican-American singer. She was born in Los Angeles while her mother was accompanying her father, Pepe Aguilar, on tour. Aguilar gained notable recognition after performing "La Llorona" at the 19th Annual Latin Grammy Awards in 2018.

Her debut solo studio album, Primero Soy Mexicana (2018), was met with critical acclaim and success. She has been nominated for a Grammy Award and two Latin Grammy Awards, becoming one of the youngest artists nominated for both awards.

Early life[edit]

Ángela Aguilar Álvarez was born to Pepe Aguilar and Aneliz Álvarez-Alcala in Los Angeles, California on October 8, 2003, while her father was on tour.[1] She was named after her great-grandmother Ángela Márquez-Barraza Valle, her father's paternal grandmother. Aguilar has dual citizenship with Mexico and the United States.[2] Aguilar was born into a musical family, known as "La Dinastía Aguilar" (The Aguilar Dynasty).[3] Aguilar's father is Mexican singer Pepe Aguilar, her paternal grandparents are Mexican singer-actors Antonio Aguilar and Flor Silvestre.[4] Since a young age, Aguilar has frequently accompanied her father on tour throughout Latin America with her brother, Leonardo Aguilar.[4]

In July 2018, Aguilar partnered with Voto Latino to encourage more Latino Americans to vote in American elections.[5]


In 2012, at just nine years old, Aguilar released Nueva Tradición, alongside her brother, Leonardo. It featured four songs by Leonardo and four by Ángela.[4] In 2016, Aguilar participated in the BBC 100 Woman festival in Mexico City. At just 13 years old, she was the youngest performer, she told BBC News that the music industry was dominated by men and hoped it would change.[6]

In January 2018, Aguilar and her family launched an equestrian-musical style tour dubbed "Jaripeo Sin Fronteras". Aguilar accompanied her father, Pepe, her uncle Antonio, and her brother, Leonardo Aguilar.[7]

On March 2, 2018, Aguilar released her first solo album, Primero Soy Mexicana, produced by her father, Pepe. The album featured eleven well known ranchera songs previously performed by other prominent music artists such as, Lucha Villa, Rocio Durcal, and her grandmother, Flor Silvestre.[8] Aguilar performed the album's first single, "Tu Sangre en Mi Cuerpo" at the 2018 Premios Tu Mundo.[9] On September 20, 2018, Aguilar was nominated for Best New Artist and her album, Primero Soy Mexicana was nominated for Best Ranchero/Mariachi Album at the 19th Annual Latin Grammy Awards.[10][11] At the ceremony, she performed "La Llorona", where she received a standing ovation from the audience.[12] Aguilar received widespread praise from various artists including Mexican ranchera singer Vicente Fernández for her performance.[13] On December 7, 2018, Aguilar's album Primero Soy Mexicana, was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Regional Mexican Music Album.[14][2]

On April 3, 2019, Aguilar was named the Artistic and Cultural Ambassador of Zacatecas, Mexico by Mayor Ulises Mejía Haro.[15][16] On May 21, 2019, Aguilar was nominated for three awards at the 2019 Premios Juventud. She performed a medley of songs alongside mariachi singers Christian Nodal and Pipe Bueno.[17] On July 23, 2019, Aguilar released an exclusive cover performance of "Shallow" on the Recording Academy's YouTube page, with permission from the songwriter, Lady Gaga.[18][19] It is the first time that Aguilar has recorded in English.[20]

On January 31, 2020, Aguilar released a tribute album to American singer, Selena, titled Baila Esta Cumbia.[21]



  • Baila Esta Cumbia (2020)
  • Que no se apague la música (2020)

Guest Works[edit]

  • Nueva tradición (Family Disk) (2012)
  • MTV Unplugged (Pepe Aguilar) (2014)

Awards and nominations[edit]

Grammy Awards[edit]

The Grammy Awards are awarded annually by The Recording Academy in the United States. Aguilar has received one nomination.[2][22]

Latin Grammy Awards[edit]

The Latin Grammy Awards are awarded annually by The Latin Recording Academy in the United States. Aguilar has received two nominations.[23]

Personal life[edit]

Aguilar was born into a musical family, known as "La Dinastía Aguilar" (The Aguilar Dynasty). Aguilar's father is Mexican singer Pepe Aguilar, her paternal grandparents are Mexican singer-actors Antonio Aguilar and Flor Silvestre, and her brother is Leonardo Aguilar.


  1. ^"Biografía de Ángela Aguilar". Ángela Aguilar (in Spanish). Retrieved September 25, 2018.
  2. ^ abc"Meet First-Time GRAMMY Nominee Angela Aguilar". January 11, 2019. Retrieved January 11, 2019.
  3. ^Jurek, Thom. "Leonardo Aguilar Artist Biography". Allmusic. Retrieved September 26, 2018.
  4. ^ abc"Hijos de Pepe Aguilar debutan con 'Nueva tradición'". LaOpinion (in Spanish). December 23, 2012. Retrieved September 27, 2017.
  5. ^"Pepe Aguilar, y su hija Ángela, se unen a Mundo Latino para promover el voto latino". Telemundo (in Spanish). July 4, 2018. Retrieved September 25, 2018.
  6. ^"100 Women 2016: Mexico festival draws thousands". BBC News. November 25, 2016. Retrieved September 25, 2018.
  7. ^Kiest, Jim (January 18, 2018). "Ranchera star Pepe Aguilar bringing family-style rodeo to San Antonio". my San Antonio. Retrieved September 25, 2018.
  8. ^"Ángela, la hija menor de Pepe Aguilar, lanza su nueva producción discográfica". Telemundo. March 2, 2018. p. Spanish. Retrieved September 25, 2018.
  9. ^"Pepe Aguilar & More to Perform at Telemundo's 2017 Premios Tu Mundo". Broadwayworld. Retrieved September 25, 2018.
  10. ^Fernandez, Suzette (September 25, 2018). "Latin Grammys 2018: Meet the Best New Artist Nominees". Billboard. Retrieved September 25, 2018.
  11. ^"Ángela Aguilar y Christian Nodal: la juventud del regional mexicano destaca rumbo al Latin Grammy". Univision (in Spanish). September 21, 2018. Retrieved September 25, 2018.
  12. ^"Indiscutible: 7 razones por las que Ángela Aguilar fue la reina de Latin Grammy... aún sin premio". Univision (in Spanish). Univision Communications. November 15, 2018. Retrieved November 27, 2018.
  13. ^"El más grande de la música ranchera quedó impactado con la actuación de Ángela Aguilar en los Latin Grammy". Univision (in Spanish). Univision Communications. November 18, 2018. Retrieved November 27, 2018.
  14. ^Lynch, Joe (December 7, 2018). "Grammys 2019 Nominees: The Complete List". Billboard. Retrieved December 7, 2018.
  15. ^"Designan a Ángela Aguilar representante artística y cultural de Zacatecas capital". El Sol de Zacatecas (in Spanish). Organización Editorial Mexicana. March 4, 2019. Retrieved July 17, 2019.
  16. ^"Ángela Aguilar nombrada Representante Artística y Cultural de Zacatecas". Bandamax (in Spanish). April 3, 2019. Retrieved July 17, 2019.
  17. ^"Ángela Aguilar, Christian Nodal y Pipe Bueno están listos para el homenaje a la música mexicana que ofrecerán en Premios Juventud". Univision (in Spanish). July 16, 2019. Retrieved July 17, 2019.
  18. ^Recording Academy / GRAMMYs (July 23, 2019), Angela Aguilar "Shallow" (A Star Is Born) Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper Cover | ReImagined, retrieved July 24, 2019
  19. ^Roiz, Jessica (July 23, 2019). "Angela Aguilar Delivers Mesmerizing Piano Cover of Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper's 'Shallow': Watch". Billboard. Retrieved July 24, 2019.
  20. ^"Ángela Aguilar Shines on Lady Gaga-Approved Cover Of "Shallow"". Remezcla. July 23, 2019. Retrieved July 24, 2019.
  21. ^Roiz, Jessica. "Viva Friday Playlist: New Music by Carlos Rivera with Becky G and Pedro Capó, Angela Aguilar & More". Billboard. Retrieved February 1, 2020.
  22. ^Grammy Awards:
  23. ^Latin Grammy Awards:

Lofty ambitions: How to design a loft space – guest post by Ana Aguilar

Our guest post this week by Lewes based interior designer Ana Aguilar of Aguilar Interiors who shares her thoughts on decorating lofts.

Loft apartments are spacious, stylish, distinctive, sleek, and absolutely stunning; they can be intimidating to decorate. I’ve always loved lofts and that is why I decided to share a bit of loft inspiration with you.

The original lofts were warehouses or industrial buildings converted to residential use and at times the conversions looked pretty unfinished like a set from Dragons Den; wires running everywhere, floorboards that creaked and brick walls exposed – but for city denizens squeezed into high rise apartments, loft living became the trend. Areas of London, Lisbon and New York were gentrified by turning former industrial facilities into desirable and highly sought after residences.

A loft is usually seen as a modern area and so contemporary furnishings tend to be the most suitable, equally a more traditional or rustic style will work. Materials like wood, stone with glass and stainless steel enhance the solid effect and will give you a hip, modern and contemporary look.

As a loft is an open space (and hence a blank canvass) deciding what “room” should go where is vital. Before decorating it is important you determine the future layout – this will help you not having to move furniture around to see if it’s suitable for your loft.

  • Walk around your loft in order to find the best spot for the living area, sleeping space and dining room.

  • Your decisions should be based on where the kitchen and bathroom are located and especially how the windows are arranged.

  • What’s the best configuration for entertaining, should the dining area or the bedroom double as an office space and so on.

  • You can also use a raised platform to set apart the bedroom from the rest of the space.

The best colour scheme for decorating the walls of a loft is neutral; i.e. hues of beige, taupe and white throughout. Unlike in traditional homes it is best to use a single colour palette to keep the space coordinated and eye pleasing.

Here are my top 10 tips on loft design ideas:

  • Use rugs to create a separation for themed areas or settings you want to create; they will improve the ambience and add to the warmth of a room, making it feel cosier.

  • Use screens to divide the room or to hide certain areas; i.e. to create privacy in your bedroom space.

  • Use large furniture as walls enabling you to break and create boundaries for different living spaces; i.e. armoires, sofas, tables or bookcases.

  • Use multipurpose furnishings in order to reduce storage space; coffee tables, ottomans or chests are great because these types of furnishings normally comes with hidden storage and can be used as extra seating when needed.

  • Use decorative artwork; you will define the space as well as adding colour to your walls; use a large piece of decorative artwork or various shapes and sizes so it balances your open space while preventing the area to become lost. The high ceilings make it the perfect canvass for experimenting so, be adventurous.

  • Use tall potted plants especially at the corners of your loft space; it will bring a natural element inside the room while visually making it much more pleasant giving it a homely and warm touch.

  • Use cushions as additional decoration to your sofa and other furniture; they will provide the colour and texture you need to create a softer look.

  • Accessorise with bright coloured vases and a variety of decorative items; i.e. appliances like kettle, blender and coffee machine, displayed on the kitchen counter can double as accessories.

  • Hang funky chandeliers, track lighting or pendant lights to highlight specific parts of the loft and meet the lighting challenge of the high ceilings. In addition, add some lower lighting with table, floor lamps and wall fixtures; by layering your lighting scheme you will create a softer and more welcoming atmosphere.

  • Use darker paint shades to camouflage the ceiling features and create an illusion of reduced height. Lofts ceilings tend to be high and usually feature exposed ductwork and metal beams the impact of which you can alter with the right choice of paints.

Follow these tips and turn that huge space into a cosy living environment you will enjoy and love.

Pictures via Brandon Barre’s Loft and

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