Jennifer Peña

American singer
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Jennifer Marcella Peña (born September 17, 1983 in San Antonio, Texas) is a Tejano/Latin pop singer. At age 12, she sang at the Houston Astrodome as a tribute to Selena. Signed by EMI, Peña's first album was nominated for a Tejano Music Award, and after her second album, she appeared on the soundtrack of Selena and was nominated for a Grammy Award.[1] She has since released two more albums, most recently Seducción, both of which have been successful.

Jennifer Peña
Background information
Birth nameJennifer Marcella Peña
Born (1983-09-17) September 17, 1983 (age 40)
OriginSan Antonio, Texas U.S.
GenresTejano, Latin, pop
Occupation(s)Singer 1995- Current
Actress 2006- Current Producer/Songwriter 2004-Current
Years active1995–present
LabelsEMI Latin (1995-2000)
Univision Music Group (2002-2008)
Universal (2008-Present)
Websitewww.jenniferpena.com

Pena's former boyfriend, also a singer, was involved in an argument with singer Obie Bermudez after a multiple artist concert in Texas during the summer of 2004; the argument was apparently started by jealousy from her ex-boyfriend towards Bermudez.

During September of that year, Pena openly admitted to a magazine that she and the famous Puerto Rican rapper Bermudez have been having a serious relationship.

References

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  1. "Jennifer Peña". Grammy.com. Retrieved 2021-04-08.