There isn't anything that Angie Martinez can't do! She raps and acts and lets not forget to mention she is a power force who dominated the radio airwaves in New York causing her to be nick named "The Voice of New York. I'm sure she has interviewed your favorite rapper. Gifted with the gift of gab, Angie has the ability to make even the hardest rappers (2pac and Jay-Z to name a couple) open up to her. Earlier today, "The Voice Of New York" stopped by to chat with the ladies of The Real to discuss the next chapter in her career.
As part of the agreement, Angie will help develop unscripted and scripted content with for both traditional and digital platforms.“Angie is undeniably one of the most influential personalities in pop culture,” said Endemol Shine North America’s Abrego. “We’re thrilled to be in business with her and we’re already developing a handful of original, ground-breaking, projects with Angie and the team at Major TV.”Angie couldn’t be more excited for her upcoming role with Endemol and had this to say about the new partnership:“Working with Endemol Shine is an exciting first step for me in defining the next phase of my career,” Martinez says, “I’m looking forward to using my voice and platform to develop content that authentically speaks to the culture.”
Watching well reading about Angie's come up in the entertainment industry has been very inspiring. She started in promotions and has been working hard ever since.She also showed us that "the limit doesn't exist" by taking on every single challenge in front of her. For example, In her memoir, "My Voice" Angie reflects on the time she collaborated with Lil Kim on "Ladies Night" she says that she had a hard time writing it because she isn't a rapper. If she would have given up, in my personal opinion I do not think the girls night anthem would be as great as it is!