"Don't hesitate to try every day to reach the goal," is just one of the many motivational quotes you will hear off the lips of Grammy Award winning artist, Paulina Aguirre. With a message that is rooted in the unifying essence of scripture combined with the quintessential rhythmic vibes of Latin music, Paulina Aguirre is back with a new single "Canoita" from her forthcoming album, Fragil, which is a project dedicated to the working class immigrants across the globe. With the album slated for release in early October, Paulina is back to claim her spot among the industry's best.
Partnering with Taboo of the world-famous Black Eyed Peas and legendary reggaeton artist, Vico C, Paulina's "Canoita" will immediately resonate with those seeking spirituality, growth, and connection as they embark on their personal journeys. As a masterful songwriter, Paulina truly captures the beauty of the voyage toward a dream fulfilled with this powerful song.
Calling "Canoita" a song is an understatement; it is actually more like melodic movement. Translated as "little canoe" Paulina's single reminds us all that even with a small canoe and a paddle we have the innate God-given ability to navigate the course of our individual and unified goals.
Although Paulina Aguirre has already walked away with the precious trophy once out of her 5 Latin Grammy nominations, her true passion lies in activism and illuminating those lost in the dark through her captivating sound. As she so eloquently states, "My desire is to see a proactive free society through education, health, and freedom that only through God we experience because we have all come out of the dark."
With "Canoita" and her forthcoming album Fragil, the singer/songwriter is ready to lend her personal paddle to those who have been canoeing in the dark. The beauty of this project is that you don't have be an immigrant for this Paulina's vision to resonate with you. Always on message while seeking to encourage and uplift, Fragil, the title track from the album is an anthem for those women struggling with the insecurities and imprisoned sense of domestic violence. The album as a whole highlights the artist, songwriter, fighter, leader, and champion that live within Paulina. Another Grammy may be in the future for this amazing artist but more importantly; significance and influencing true change seem to be on the horizon for Paulina Aguirre. Grab your "Canoita" and join the movement.
Paulina, 2009 Latin Grammy winner on 2009 and with 5 Grammy nominations in 2007, 2009, 2012, 2014, 2015 won an award for best "Arpa Award" for a duet with Armando Manzanero Aguirre. She is also an activist through her Foundation Mujer de Fe and is CEO of Mucho Fruto Music Inc
Married to renowned Platinum producer Pablo Aguirre, Paulina has a background in multimedia at the Christian Center of Communications in Quito-Ecuador and Music at the Universidad San Francisco de Quito, and she is currently finishing her career in Music Master in Business Berklee College of Music.
Paulina as a songwriter has worked with Mario Domm of Camila, with Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas, for whom she wrote his single "Zumbao", Huey Dunbar (DLG), Mariachi Divas (whose written song "Mirando Hacia Arriba" by Paulina and Beto Jimenez was nominated for a Latin Grammy on 2014. Paulina has worked with (Humberto Gatica and has recorded for Michel Buble, Luis Miguel. Marta Sanchez, Marco Antonio Solis, etc. In the part of television has been the voice of business for Desperate House Wives ABC, Disney Channel has been musical director two children's projects and Tinga -Tinga Ave and Three, as the voice of the Solecitos of UNIVISION for which he wrote most of the songs.