Reina (born 1978 in the Bronx, New York City, New York) is a female Dance-pop singer-songwriter.
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Early life and career:
Reina (Lori Goldstein) began in the music industry as a teen and released her debut album in 1995 under the name Lori Gold "Lori Gold" in Japan only . She also recorded another album in 1995 under the name Bass Dreams "Bass Dreams." She was a backup singer for such music artists as Deborah Cox and Corina, became an overnight sensation on the Dance/Club scene when "Find Another Woman" reached #2 on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart in 1998.
In 2004, she scored her biggest hit on the Billboard Dance Top 40, when "If I Close My Eyes" went top 5, and in 2005 scored another top 10 on the same chart with "Forgive". Both tracks were from her third album overall, but first under her new name Reina "This Is Reina". Reina is promoted by AJ Iacona.