In 2012, “Milagro” shot to the top of the charts across Latin America as the name Norka Luque became known across the world, a remix of the positive song calling for hope and a positive outlook rose up the Billboard Latin chart in the U.S. and made the name of the Venezuelan singer. This form of almost instant success often makes it difficult for fans to believe Norka herself has ever had to overcome her own adversity, but the long road to the top of the music industry was filled with moments when Luque considered giving up on her dream.
The release of “Milagro” came after Norka had spent a long period of time living, working, and studying in Europe in her bid to begin the musical career she had dreamed of throughout her life. Living in France after finishing high school in Caracas, Venezuela presented Norka with the chance to explore other areas of interest she felt could take the place of her musical dream if it did not come to fruition. Despite the concerns Norka had over continuing her music career she eventually joined a band and set out on the career that would eventually lead to her becoming an international musical success.
The sacrifices and refusal to give up on her dream of a music career have paid off for Norka Luque after her talent was spotted by respected Latin producer Emilio Estefan Jr. who launched Norka on her path to career success. The hard path she was forced to trod has led to Norka insisting her music shows the world a positive and hopeful message; Norka Luque has continued to push forward this message as she wants to make sure as many people as possible follow in her footsteps and refuse to give up on the dreams they have harbored throughout their lives.
Norka burst onto the music scene in 2012 and is now looking to continue her message of positive thinking through her music, beginning with the comeback single “Tommorowland”. The need to stay positive and look to the future in a bright and cheerful way continues to mark the career of Norka as one of the top performers in Latin music.