Monique Abbadie (born in Miami, FL) is a Cuban-American Artist, best known for her Season 4 appearance on NBC’s The Voice when her audition garnered the coveted four-chair turn. Her recording of the hit song “Loca” charted on the iTunes Latin charts for more than three weeks, reaching number 4 and reaching number 6 on the Billboard Latin Digital Songs chart. A multitalented singer, songwriter, dancer and actress, who began her career at the age of 6 when she formed part of the international family show “Sabado Gigante” for 5 years.
She has performed globally in numerous events but among her favorite performances are the stages at LA Pride, Hard Rock Stadium headlining the Miami Dolphins Halftime show, House of Blues LA, Planet Hollywood in Vegas, FTX Arena with Celia Cruz and Gloria Estefan and many more.
Monique has also been involved and performed in numerous events for March of Dimes, JDRF, Live Like Bella, Autism Speaks, La Liga Contra el Cancer, Palm Beach Heart Association and Nicklaus Children’s Hospital.
Favorite musical credits include Annie (Ms. Hannigan) Sound of Music (Maria) and Chicago (Velma)
She has been featured in Rolling Stones, Teen Vogue, Latina Magazine (where she was named one of the Top 50 Latina Stars on reality TV competitions) and one of Venue Magazines Rising Talents. In 2016 Monique received a Latin Grammy Nomination for her work in artist Daniel Santacruz album “Toda la Vida” Her YouTube channel currently has over 68 million views and over 147,000 subscribers.