Norka Luque, born on February 7 in Caracas, Venezuela, is guided in his career by the well-known Latino producer Emilio Estefan. In 2011, she premiered her first single “as you do,” that was composed by Archie Pena, the Venezuelan. With this song, Norka Luque got a nomination for “Female Pop Artist of the Year” in the “Premios Lo Nuestro.”
The start of 2012 revealed Norka’s second single by the name Miracle in honor of the name of her album, the song that was composed by Archie Pena and produced in numerous versions and arrangers renowned as master Cucco Pena, making the salsa version, which was located at the first report in Venezuela for 14 weeks. The song also performed a dance version in English. “Miracle” that was remixed by DJ Ralphi Rosario, and was located at the 11th record the Dance Club Billboard. Later on, an urban remixed version where she collaborated with Dominican El Cata.
From childhood, Norka was a humble and obedient girl who came from a humble family that loved music. He came from a blessed family, far away in Venezuela, full of real experiences, life lessons, and other cultures and languages. This led her to understand that her primary destiny is all about music. Norka attested to that when he was in the country for a showcase performance. The US-based Venezuelan, came bright into the scene of music through the exclusive support of her producer Emilio Estefan. He presented her album Miracle; that sounds in Latino radio stations and many countries in the world.
From this album, Emilio Estefan has brought together a team of major producers including Alberto Gaitan, Archie Pena, Luis Giraldo and Cuco Pena Puerto Rica, who is presently in charge of the sauce arrangements. The genre of the music is what took so long to decide, it was a fusion of rhythms, with some ballads, pop, rock and Blues.
Since childhood, Norka loved singing and participated in numerous singing competitions. After completing high school, she went to France to pursue a degree in International Business but continued parallel with her passion. Every single minute she found herself idle, music is all that could sprout in her mind. She decided to join the Bad Moon Rising, rock and funk, that made her appear on numerous platforms. This helped her become a solo artist. She took singing lessons upon returning to the U.S.