Judy Torres Net Worth
Judy Torres is a freestyle music artist from Puerto Rico. She was born on June 13, 1968 in Bronx, New York and specializes in dance pop singing.
Judy Torres Net Worth
The Puerto Rican has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Judy grew up in Bronx New York and went to St Thomas Aquinas. She then went to Aquinas High School which was a catholic all girls’ high school. She is the oldest of her 5 siblings. She got married in October 2014 and also has a step daughter.
Judy has achieved club hits through songs like Please Stay Tonight, Love Story, Come into my Arms, No Reason to Cry (freestyle love themed), I Love you, Will you Love me. In 1989, she released her debut album, Love Story. It got released on Profile Records and was a freestyle collection. It included Weakness of the Body penned by Ken Cedar. It was her second album My Soul that received good reviews from her fans and even the critics. The album featured songs like Every Little Lie. This song tells a story of a disloyal man who does not want to end a relationship amicably and leads the girl. The girl then confronts the situation.
Torres used to have a regular freestyle show on Sunday nights on the most popular radio station of New York- WKTU. The show was named Freestyle Free for All. Judy is currently on air at KTU. The timings for the show remain 3pm to 8 pm on Sundays. For over 17 years, she has been a solid on-air personality and performer at KTU for more than 17 years.
Back in Your Arms Again, a sentimental track and also a love song was a club hit in 2001. It was at number 7 on the Hot Dance Club/Music play chart. This was her highest charting single till date. This song was also remixed for the compilation series called White Party.
In 2004, she released The Air I Breathe which was her debut single. It had freestyle artist Collage. This was a Hi-NRG song that was produced by Tony Moran, an A list producer. The single performed nicely on the charts. It came to number 30 under the Top 40 Hot dance music play.
She released another single in 2005 called Faithfully. It was a cover of 1983 hit, which was created by a band named Journey. The single soon jumped to number 1 becoming one of the most requested songs at that time on WKTU. This single was added by other Dance/Rhythmic format radio stations of U.S as well.
Torres returned to her freestyle music on August 2007 with a single named I Don’t. It was a cover of song written by Clay Mills Burton Peck Collins. The next years she released Hell No which became an anthem for all the women who were abused in some way of the other.
Torres has also appeared in a film Elliot Love in 2012 where she played a role of Aunt Nani. In 2018, she made an announcement about her one-women off Broadway debut. It was called No Reason to Cry. It is scheduled to take place on June. The tickets were sold out so a third show is scheduled. They announced four more shows after the initial sold out. They are scheduled for July 2018.