Cynthia, Latin Freestyle singer
Cynthia Torres, better known as Cynthia is an Hispanic-American Freestyle music singer of Puerto Rican descent. She began her career at the age of sixteen singing in a group with future fellow freestyle artist Sa-Fire, who landed Cynthia an audition for a record producer. Two weeks later, she landed a contract for MicMac Records. In her first (eponymous) album, Cynthia hit it big in 1990 with the classic club hits “Change On Me”, and “Endless Nights”. She had a second successful album with “Cynthia II”. Since signing with Tommy Boy Records in 1992, her career has met with somewhat less success, with just a few minor club hits.
Cynthia, “La Academia” contestant
Cynthia was also a visual kei band that disbanded in 2000/2001.