Paula deanda dating
Continues to shine brightly since the first time she made her way in music industry, Paula De Anda looks to go pretty smooth indeed in maintaining her position under the spotlight for this early period of 2007.
Set to have both her debut album and single "Walk Away (Remember Me)" released in Australia on March 3, this striking R&B/Pop singer has already become one of the early artists featured in Nickelodeon's new platform ME: TV while also landing an appearance alongside Robert Downey Jr.
in "Live with Regis & Kelly" aired Friday, March 2.
In the meantime, date 3 will also see her come onstage to perform at Oak Park Mall in Overland Park, Kansas followed by another at Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg, Illinois by the end of the month as part of Rock Your Prom 2007 tour, presented by JCPenney and Seventeen.
A truly gifted performer whose relatability, poise, and relative wholesomeness have distinguished her from other R&B-inflected popsters, Paula Deanda was born to a family of Mexican descent under the name of Paula Dacia Deanda on November 3, 1989 in San Antonio, Texas.
As her natural flair in singing became visibly apparent to people around her, she then was encouraged to take piano lessons also to contribute her voice at weddings, local parties, and charity events which all really proved to polish her musical ability as she grew up.
The skills delightfully got further honed when her family decided to settle in neighborhood city of Corpus Christi where the girl later finds herself being able to work with various musicians and producers in the area.
She does snot involved in any relationships or affairs.However, she has had encounters with Timothy Mosely, Sean Kingston, Jovan Campbell, Daddy Yankee, Frankie J. Paula De Anda is an American singer-songwriter and actress.She initially came to conspicuousness with her initially single, “Doing Too Much”, which turned into a hit in the Southwest.Paula De Anda was born on November 3, 1989, in San Angelo, Texas, United States.She was born as Paula Dacia De Anda to Mexican American guardians Steven and Barbara, an eatery general supervisor and an enrolled nurse.
At age six she started taking piano lessons and was soon singing at capacities around town at the suggestion of her piano teacher.