Two years later, she joined the well known band "Bamboleo" and landed several hits in Cuba. Bamboleo filled the locals and concert halls. Haila was celebrated as one of the most outstanding newcomers and is seen as one of the best in her generation. As lead singer she generated 2 albums together with Bamboleo and they have been touring through Europe, the USA and South America. In 2001, Haila decided to start her solo career.
Her first album was launched together with the famous Cuban singer and producer Isaac Delgado. Once more Haila revealed her exceptional talent, her will and passion for music as well as her diversity which are just some characters which have turned her into a huge star in Cuba. During the following two years, she went on tour and stood on different stages in Japan together with big names such as Cheo Feliciano, Oscar de Leon, Rey Ruiz, Celia Cruz, Jose Alberto El Canario, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Chucho Valdés, Los Munequitos de Matanzas, Mario Rivera, Juan Ceruto, David Caldado or Isaac Delgado. Next to her solo career she's involved in different projects and albums such as "La Rumba Soy Yo" , which was nominated for the Latin Grammy in 2001. In the past couple of years she published a number of solo albums and took part at several festivals.
Haila was voted "Diva of the Cuban Son" in 2004 in Montreal at the Festival "Festivalisimo" – the second largest Canadian Festival. Heila is now singing together with Eddy K in the top hit "Entrale", which has conquered the Cuban charts. Haila's superb voice, her diversity and professionalism are not the only reasons why she has become one of the most significant and timeless singer in Cuba. 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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