Carmen Gloria Carmen Gloria

Carmen Gloria is an artist, songwriter, actress and a U.S. Army Veteran. She was born in Bronx, New York and raised mostly in Puerto Rico. At 17 years old, she joined the U.S. Army active duty for six years. After being stationed overseas and in Washington, D.C., becoming a Sergeant by the age of 21, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Government and International Politics with a minor in Legal Studies at George Mason University, she moved to Hollywood to pursue an acting career.

As a singer/songwriter, an instrumental chillout/lounge music piece “Pajarito,” she co-wrote/co-composed with British producer Matt Powell was featured in the Café Del Mar ~ Dreams 9 album, released October 31, 2016. She is re-releasing her Latin Jazz & Neo- Soul fusion EP “The Art Of Love”, with great reviews by Jazz Reloaded & Smooth Jazz blogs. She has had hits on Billboard's Top 40 Hot Dance Club Play & Top 10 UK Commercial Pop Charts, “Emergency” & “Overload”, and UK chart topper, the Super Stylers remix of “Run Little Devil.” She also released a pop EP “Space Girl” January 2017. She continues to work on a few music collaborations, including with an international act called Fantastiques, which also just had a #49 breakout for the song “Beautiful Terminator” in the Billboard Hot Dance Club Dance Charts (July 29, 2017 Issue).

As an actress, Carmen has most recently recurred as Captain Vasquez on the Robert Rodriguez/Mark Burnett hit TV series “Lucha Underground” & new Norwegian TV series “Det Kunne Vært Verre” as Sofia. She has over 60 acting credits and won Best Supporting Actress by the Valley Theatre League Artistic Director Achievement (ADA) Awards for the play “Soldiers Don’t Cry” in 2003.

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Jazz Reloaded Blog - ““The Art Of Love” EP has five tracks, Four produced by Carsten Lindberg, [ Charice, Monica, Edens Crush/Nicole Scherzinger, Temptations, Shawn Stockman (Boys 2 Men) K-CI & Jojo], and the pick of the five song intro is probably the aforementioned “A Tear That Never Falls”, but the funky original title track “The Art Of Love” , produced by Edward “PoetEd” Sanders Jr also has some moments on it, and has the feel of a funky jam session cut short; the BV’s and the hooks will remind you of Sade, but Perez’ vocal strength shines through when telling her own story towards the end of the track, which for my money fades just a little too early

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