Fanny Lucía Martínez Buenaventura (born 8 February 1973), better known professionally as Fanny Lú, is a Colombian singer-songwriter and actress from Santiago de Cali, Colombia. She studied at the University of the Andes and received a degree in industrial engineering. She is the mother of two children, Mateo and Valentina, and is currently divorced. She signed with Universal Music Latino record label.
Her first job in the entertainment industry was in Colombia, as hostess to a music magazine called "Siempre Música". She then moved on to radio voice in the principal radio stations from her country. However, she wasn't recognized until 1998, when she made part of the cast from the Colombian soap opera Perro Amor.
In 2006 she released Lágrimas Cálidas, winning fame in Colombia and some countries from Latin America, with her two singles that reached the top on the Latin charts. Her 2008 album Dos consolidated her musician career, giving credibility as a famous artist. Her hit single "Tú No Eres Para Mi" was number one in several countries. She released her third album Felicidad y Perpetua on November 2011. Her humanitarian work grented her to be named "Goodwill Ambassador" from the FAO.
1 Early and personal life,
2 Acting career,
3 Music career
3.1 2006: Lágrimas Cálidas,
3.2 2008-2011: Dos and Felicidad y Perpetua,
6 Awards and nominations,
7 See also,
9 External links,
Early and personal life:
Fanny Lú was born in Santiago de Cali, Colombia to Colombian parents. She attended Colegio Bolivar before moving to France to finish her primary education. After returning to Latin America, she studied at the University of the Andes, where she graduated with a degree in industrial engineering. She is the mother of two children, Mateo and Valentina. In 2009 she filed for divorce.
In 1994, Fanny Lú became a TV presenter on the popular show Locomotora. Afterward, she went into the music industry. She has appeared in many television series such as, Perro Amor and Más Vale Tarde. She also voices Beth in the Sony Pictures animated film Spanish version of Open Season (Amigos Salvajes). In 2012, the second season of Pequeños Gigantes reality, was chosen like judge in replacement of Noel Schajris.
2006: Lágrimas Cálidas:
Lú's debut album, Lágrimas Cálidas, was released in 2006. The album spent five weeks at No. 1. The lead single "No Te Pido Flores" also spent seven weeks at No. 1 on the Hot 100 Billboard Charts in Latin America, Colombia, Peru, Venezuela, and Mexico. In the U.S., the song peaked at No. 16 on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs and No. 1 on Billboard Tropical Songs chart. The second single from her debut album is the song called "Y Si Te Digo" and it peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks.
2008-2011: Dos and Felicidad y Perpetua:
Lú released her second album Dos in Colombia where it was number one in its first week. Dos was released the following week in the United States and Puerto Rico on December 16. The lead single Tú No Eres Para Mi was the No. 1 song played on radio for 12 weeks. This single also peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks in April 2009. On October 16, 2009, Lú was nominated Goodwill Ambassador of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
In 2010, Fanny Lú was chosen to record the Spanish version of the theme song "Something That I Want" ("Algo Quiero") for the Disney film Tangled. Fanny Lú released the single "Fanfarrón" and is the official song of her third studio album Felicidad y Perpetua. Recently she released her second single "Ni Loca".
Paulina and Friends
Ana María Brando
Más Vale Tarde
La Voz Colombia
11-11 In my Block nothing Blocks
La Voz Colombia