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Mónica Rodríguez, Nika (born in Torrejón de Ardoz, Community of Madrid, 11 December 1979) is a Spanish singer who entered the world's music thanks to her participation on the second edition of Operación Triunfo on 2002. She started to study classic ballet at the age of three years old. She plays piano and guitar. She was part on two bands before recording her first album.
2003 "Trampa de cristal" (+200.000 copies sold),
2003 "Ser yo",
2003 "Quién dijo que era el fin",
2003 "Se Me Acaba El Corazón",
2006 "Latido urbano (feat. Tony Aguilar)",
2007 "Te callas un año",
2007 "Mi Vida Rosa"