Being born in Venezuela can be a challenge for people that want to pursue a musical career. The opportunities that exist in Venezuela are overshadowed by a socialist government that hinders more than helps the people. But 30-year-old, Caracas-born, Norka Luque was able to make an impression on audiences in Caracas at the age of eight. Norka was cast in a musical production that honored the music of Shakira, one of Venezuela’s musical superstars. Norka left Venezuela with her parents, and they settled in the Miami area. That’s where Norka went to school and took voice and piano lessons.
Instead of continuing her studies at a college in the United States, Norka decided to study in France. She earned a business degree as well as degrees in fashion and the culinary arts there. Norka also became the lead singer in s rock band while she studied. The band, Bad Moon Rising, played at local clubs and Norka developed a loyal following. After graduation, she was hired by a financial institution in Monte Carlo. Luque worked for about a year, and in 2007 she decided to come back to the states.
Norka redefined who she was when she returned to Miami. Her fashion training and her voice were the tools she needed to land a job singing in Miami. It didn’t take long for people to notice Norka’s talent. The Grammy-award winning producer Emilio Estefan thought her incredible voice was unique, and he thought her sense of fashion put her in a rare league. Estefan signed Norka to a recording contract, and she was on her way to stardom. But breaking into the mainstream music scene is not easy, even though her first single was a hit in the Latino music world. Her second single, Milagro, was another hit in Venezuela, Puerto Rico, and other Latin American countries, and the song even caught the attention of the mainstream music lovers. Norka’s 2016 release, Tomorrowland, is another crossover hit. Norka is becoming a recognized name in the music world.
The road to stardom is filled bumps and bruises, but Norka is traveling down that road with the tools she needs to become one of the greats in music. She appreciates all she has been given, and that appreciation is what defines her as a person.
All about Norka’s Music: http://www.norkamusic.com/
For these families, communication is important not because it solves challenging issues, but also because it helps strengthen the family bond. Perhaps, it is one of the reasons why families spend countless hours visiting their loved ones in the prison. Such visits are not easy because someone, usually only one parent, has to work full-time to sustain the family, which makes it even more difficult to get days off to visit the prison. Perhaps, strengthening the bond is so important that many families spend a large proportion of their monthly bill on making calls to the prison.
Securus Video Visitation is one of such products, which allows families to call inmates using video technology. For inmates, video calls are instrumental in helping them contact with their families. In fact, video visitations allow inmates to attend almost any kind of events from birthdays to Christmas and graduation ceremonies. Similarly, the video visitation software is so powerful that it also allows prisoners to share homework with their kids. All these services are made available through Securus Technologies, which is known for its high-tech innovative products.
The Securus Video Visitation is unlike other products in the industry because it provides a crystal clear video, which is only possible through high-data transfer. In addition, engineers at Securus Technologies also ensured that there are no glitches during the video relay. The end result is a power piece of video technology that is easy to install and user-friendly. Anyone with a smart phone, tablet or computer can easily use it without any interference. Watch more on youtube.com.
The team behind the product are dedicated professionals from Securus Technologies. As such, the company is one of the largest providers of prison communication technologies in the United States. Founded in 1986, the Dallas based enterprise is known for its safety solutions, emergency response and related prison products, which are used by more than 3,400 state and private institutions. It is also one of the few companies in the industry that publishes its official rates without gimmicks. Similarly, the innovation at Securus Technologies is represented by nearly 140 patents making it one of the largest firms in the industry that spends a considerable revenue on research and development services.
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