Amara La Negra
Dana Danelys De Los Santos, known by her stage name, Amara la Negra. She is a Dominicana American Musician and multi-talented artist. And is a part of Love and Hip Hop: Miami.    Since her participation in the prime time television show. La Negra’s presence as a dynamic artist has pushed boundaries. Concerning the idea of Racism. In the Afrolatino communities in the United States and throughout Latin American.   
De Los Santos was born and raised in the state of Florida by a single mother. Her Mother migrated to the city of Miami where she worked endlessly.  When her mother gave birth to De Los Santos. She maintained her idea of work ethic. In order to ensure that her daughter would have a bright future.  Also, the mother and daughter would live in the neighborhood of Allapattah. 
Moreover, her mother was adamant that her daughter would be a star one day. About a year after giving birth. She would enter De Los Santos in a beauty pageant for toddlers in Florida. Her one-year-old daughter would go on to win first place in the contest.   During her upbringing, De Los Santos would become part of several elite performance art schools in Miami.  Her mother’s work guaranteed that her daughter would learn and intake the lessons, to condition her to be a start. De Los Santos attended dance classes every day. She also took acting and modeling classes throughout most of her upbringing. 
De Los Santos had a childhood that revolved around the future of her career as an artist. She never learned how to ride a bike or how to swim, or roller skate.  Her mother would often ask her: “do you want to have fun or prepare for your future?.” That question was instilled as a way for De Los Santos. To constantly recall the determination of achieving success. Due to the amount of work output of De Los Santos, she rarely had friends.  Born in the U.S., and of Dominican background. She also visited the Dominican Republic for the first time at the age18. 
In addition, La Negra got her start as a child performer. And personality on the weekly Univision’s Sábado Gigante for six years.   Her time on the weekly entertainment television show made her a prominent child artist. In the Latin American community. After her time with Sabado Gigante. Also, she goes on to tour around Latin America as a dancer, singer, and actress.