Latinos LOVE the female Mexican singing musical group—PANDORA. I personally LOVE, Love, love this trio! Pandora is composed of sisters Isabel Lascurain and Mayte Lascurain and their cousin, Fernanda Meade. When Meade left the group for nearly a decade, she was replaced by Liliana Aboroa. However, Meade returned and the group continued entertaining multitudes of people with the most authentic lyrics ever.
I personally have to say that their music is so profound, it is vein cutting music. All I need is a bit of Tequila while I scream, "Ay! Ay! Ay!" as it brings memories back of old flames and past loves that Latina women are too darn proud to fess up to! "¿Cómo te va mi amor?" ("How's it going my love?) is one of their most memorable songs, which made VH1's Spanish countdown list of the 100 Best Songs of the 80s. They've been active in the entertainment industry since 1985. They are still performing songs from their past albums. You can visit their website at Grupo-Pandora.com to learn more about them.