Reina Ley From NBC’s The Voice
At 13 years old, Reina Ley is one of the youngest artists in the competition. Reina’s father is from Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico, and her Mexican heritage plays a big role in her life. On stage, she loves to wear colorful traditional dresses to help keep her performances true to her culture. She also loves connecting to the history of Mexico through mariachi music. While she loves singing in Spanish, country music is a big part of her life growing up in Arizona. On one occasion, Reina sang a mariachi song called “Cielito Lindo” at a church talent show. This taught her that despite being nervous, she gained a sense of confidence like she hadn’t felt before.