stephanie osorio

"Niña blanca, niña negra, niña india, niña bella, no hay alguien que valga tanto, tus lágrimas de tristeza. Niña blanca, niña negra, niña india, niña bella. Limpia tu cara mi nena y ponte a bailar tu pena"

"White girl, black girl, India
n girl, beautiful girl, There is no one worth so much, your tears of sadness. White girl, black girl, Indian girl, beautiful girl. Wipe your face my little girl and dance your sorrow away"
Winner in the category 'Female Artist of the Year' of the Latin Awards Canada 2022, Stephanie Osorio is a singer-songwriter of diverse Latin American musical styles, born in the Colombian Caribbean coast and established in Canada since 2010.
With her voice, she won the second prize Charles-Émile Gadbois as a performer in the 2011 Chante en français contest, organized by the DO-MI-SOL Foundation in the city of Montreal. She has also participated as a singer in numerous musical projects in Colombia and Canada and is currently the lead singer and composer of the Afro-Colombian music group Bumaranga since 2012, with whom she has performed at numerous international world music festivals in Canada. 
Throughout her musical career, Stephanie has been invited to collaborate with many artists on the Quebec music scene and her voice has been used to create themes for movies and TV series for HBO, Netflix and Amazon. Among her most notable works is the presence of her voice in the theme 'Renaissance (Main title theme)' from the series 'The White Lotus' composed by Cristóbal Tapia de Veer, which made a big impact in 2023.
Currently, Stephanie is pursuing a career as a solo singer of her own musical compositions in an Afro-Latin pop style.
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