The artist has independently released two albums, “Muerdete La Lengua (Bite your tongue)” and “Buen Soldado (Good Soldier).
She has attracted the attention of publications like Rolling Stone Brazil and The New York Times, who called her “one of Chile’s newer hitmakers.”
“I have always been inclined toward the arts,” Valenzuela said. “I began writing and training on classical piano when I was a child in the Bay Area (San Francisco). When my family moved back to Chile, I got deeper into songwriting.”
Her latest album, “Buen Soldado,” is a change for Valenzuela, whose vocals are often compared to singer Fiona Apple.
The 24-year-old Chilean singer/songwriter has been performing all over the world.