Janeen Puente was born into a family of performers, and is the granddaughter of the late legendary music icon Tito Puente. She attributes her distinctive singing voice to growing up in a Puerto Rican/American household where her influences ranged from Mariah Carey to Celia Cruz. Raised just outside of New York City, Janeen honed her performance in NYC nightclubs performing her brand of NY style dance music with Latin rhythms and influences. She has also had the great privilege of performing on stage with her grandfather on many occasions, in addition to her unique experience of growing up around and closely studying such great singers such as Celia Cruz and La India perform with her grandfather.
"Mi Camino" (My Path) was released June 2010, and marks Janeen's first full length CD with her Orchestra. The CD is executive produced by Eddie Del Rios, produced and mastered by Hector M. Rivera,and includes many guest artists including Artie Webb on flute, Sami Cultura, and much more!