The child prodigy of Peruvian folklore.
Wendy Sulca Quispe (born in April 22, 1996 in San Juan de Miraflores, Perú) is a Peruvian child singer of Huayno music, who found fame thanks to YouTube, where her videos "La Tetita" ("The Titty"), "Cerveza, Cerveza" ("Beer, beer") and "Papito" ("Daddy") exceeded ten million hits.
After five years and sang in school at six, had her first concert at seven, her first tour to the countryside. At eight, she won a national competition for new talent, and at nine reached their first CD and DVD, with their own songs.
Wendy Sulca's 's story is worthy of a novel and an example of sacrifice. Born in a home of extreme poverty, one of the hills of San Juan de Miraflores. And she knew, up close, the experience of a day without food.
Two years ago he lost his father, Franklin Sulca, in a road accident. He was the most enthusiastic about Wendy being a star. They prepared in song, and then followed suit, as harpist to the front of the stage Rogues. Her father's departure marked the fate of Wendy. Overcoming the deep sadness, gave more strength to achieve their dreams, because they were also the dreams of her father. Now she not only sings, his spirit sings through her.
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