Latin Grammy Award-winning singer known for albums Hombre Invisible, Sweet & Sour, and Lotofire. She also founded the record label Homey Company.
She first started writing music when she was 10 and sang in a band in her teens. She signed with BMG in 1992.
She's composed music for several Spanish-language movies and TV shows and in 2015 was named a UC Regents' Lecturer.
She was born to Alberto Guerra and Gloria Vazquez in Moterrey, Mexico.
She collaborated with Alondra de la Parra on the 2011 album Traviso Carmesi.