Alejandra Guzmán is a Latin Grammy Award-winning Mexican rock singer and actress. She has had a dedicated fan base throughout Latin America since the late 1980s, and is known as the "Queen of Rock" in the Hispanic world.
In 1990, Guzmán scored one of the biggest hits of her career, the song "Eternamente Bella" ("Eternally Beautiful"), which became a number one hit in Mexico and other Latin countries. The song is considered a classic by many Spanish rock fans. In 2002, Guzmán won her first Latin Grammy Award for Best Rock Solo Vocal Album for "Soy." She has sold 15 million albums.