In 2014, Norka Luque faced one of the biggest challenges in her young life. She was diagnosed with epilepsy, and she decided to have brain surgery in 2015 to alleviate the symptoms of that central nervous system disorder. Her recovery was a challenge, but she has faced all the challenges in her life the same positive way. Norka is a winner, and she showed her winning skills by jumping back into the jumping back into the music scene in 2016. Norka’s career is bigger and better than ever. Her loyal fans waited for her third single to be released in 2016, and they jumped at the chance to buy it. That’s how Norka Luque fans are. Over the last five years, Norka has demonstrated her ability to rock the music world with hits like “I Can Do It Too,” “Milagro” and “Tomorrowland.” Norka is considered one of Latino music’s brightest stars, and she is living up to that title.
Norka Luque is Venezuelan by birth, but she went to high school in the United States. Norka went to France to study business, and she worked in Monte Carlo after she graduated. Even though she took a job in the financial world in Monte Carlo, she knew she would become a star when the timing was right. During her school years, she continued to develop her musical range. She was the lead singer for a dance club band called, Bad Moon Rising. Norka packed the dance club on the weekends, and she got a taste of what being a popular singer was like back then. She liked the attention and the loyal fans that came to hear her belt out hits with a reggae, R&B, and alternative rock twist.
The timing was right after she went to a Ricky Martin Concert in France. She decided to move back to Miami and sing for a living. South Beach was in her backyard, so she found a job singing in a club. She also collaborated with record producer Jose Velazquez in order to cut an album. But the real break came when she met Emilio Estefan. He took her under his wing, and with the help of Archie Pena, Norka’s first album was put to bed.
Norka is back in the Latino music scene now, and her fans couldn’t be happier. Norka’s fan base is expanding into mainstream music, and that means she is on the road to bigger and better things.