Nicknamed La Reina del Rock, Alejandra Guzmán was born to be the queen of Mexican rock music. Her parents, rocker Enrique Guzmán and actress Silvia Pinal, were both icons in their own right. At the age of 20, Alejandra released her first studio album entitled Bye Mamá. The first single "Bye Mamá" expressed Guzmán's displeasure about her upbringing, in which she felt that she had to take a backseat to her mother's career. Although the song caused some rifts in Guzmán's family, it was a definite hit with fans and served as a strong foundation for the young singer's career. In just a few short years, Guzmán was already winning Grammys and more. By consistently releasing albums with catchy tunes and using television programs to cross-promote her work, Guzmán showed that she had business acumen in addition to great singing talent. Over the past few decades, fans have continually responded with an admiration that has only grown with time. Some of Guzmán's career highlights have included a 1997 performance with James Brown, as well as opening for the Rolling Stones in Monterrey, Mexico. Often performing and collaborating with other artists, she has shown a great deal of versatility. Some of her fellow collaborators included none other than the late Jenni Rivera ("Diva de la Banda") and rap star Vico-C. She has amassed 16 albums to her name and sold an astonishing 10 million albums during her extraordinary career. Guzmán also has worked tirelessly to promote certain charities, proving that she could use her celebrity as a singer to promote good causes.