In 1977 she emigrated to Mexico to pursue his artistic career, where he settled. In 1980 he recorded his first album, Viendo tus ojos. Throughout her career she suffered the consequences of the machismo prevailing in Mexico, due to the annoyance that a woman can lead its own artistic project. Quality of Pecanins as an interpreter was described by blues singer Papa John Creach as "unique. You surely have black blood hidden in the body," he commented to her.
His music was used in films such as La reina de la noche (about the singer Lucha Reyes, which she made his soundtrack), Hasta morir, Dos crímenes, Cilantro y perejil and Asesino en serio. On August 29, 2015, she received a tribute to her artistic career at Teatro de la Ciudad Esperanza Iris in Mexico City, where singers like Iraida Noriega and Regina Orozco participated, among others. Pecanins had stayed away from the stages until that date due to the complications caused by the spasmodic dysphonia affecting her vocal cords. She died in Mexico City, due to a stroke on December 13, 2016. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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