How much is La Mala Rodriguez worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is La Mala Rodriguez? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about La Mala Rodriguez's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Mar\u00eda Rodr\u00edguez Garrido , known as Mala Rodr\u00edguez or La Mala (Jerez de la Frontera, Andalusia, February 13, 1979), Is a Spanish rap singer. \n La Mala is known for its peculiar style, profiled between rap and flamenco, which is very present due to its Andalusian origin. On the album Malamarismo collaborates with flamenco gypsy artist Raimundo Amador and in his fourth work, Dirty Bailarina collaborates with cantaora Estrella Morente on the theme "Ugly Duckling". \n \n\nLa_Mala_Rodriguez's Biography \n He was born in Jerez de la Frontera on February 13, 1979, although after two years he moved to Seville where he grew up. Gypsy father and mother paya, worked as a waitress, teacher of aerobics and cleaning woman. It was in Seville where his rap was forged and he created a duet with DJ El Cuervo (from the collective QMJ), with which he brought to light a model of five songs and gave more than one concert. When he was 19, he moved to Madrid, beginning his relationship with the Zona Bruta label, with which he would publish his first work, the maxi A Jierro with productions by Mr. T. Cee. That first work was published curiously under the edition of two stamps, Zeroporciento and Zona Bruta. Although the album was initially recorded for Zeroporciento, La Mala Rodr\u00edguez broke its relationship with the Sevillian label and reached an agreement with the Zona Bruta company. This caused the existence of a single disc, with two covers and two different editions. Finally, after disagreements with Zona Bruta the maxi edition for this company did not reach the stores. \n The second work was the maxi-single Yo marco el minuto \/ Tambalea in 1999 and no longer with Zona Bruta, with whom I had broken relations, but with the label Superego. This maxi had productions of Dive Dibosso. \n This work would follow its successful first full-length in 2000, Iberian Luxury, published between Superego and the multinational Universal and from which more than 50,000 copies were sold, thus obtaining its first gold record. \n After three years, his second job, Alevos\u00eda, would come in 2003, already only with Universal but keeping the director of Superego, Sergio Aguilar Pereira as executive producer. The album was mixed in New York and included the song La Ni\u00f1a, whose video was censored on some television networks, and which tells the story of a minor drug dealer. With this work he gets a golden record again. \n In 2006 he released a maxi entitled Por la noche, which included three versions of the same song and instrumental, produced by Supernafamacho. The first version is sung solo by La Mala and appears in the BSO of the movie Yo soy la Juani. In the second cut they collaborate Capaz (Speaking in silver), Toteking and Juaninacka, the latter had not recorded together since their stage in common in the separate group The High School. The third version includes Meko and Arianna Puello. From this maxi was made the second videoclip of Mala Rodr\u00edguez. With this maxi it was number one in sales in the singles category. \n In 2007 he recorded a song, Mala Suerta con el 13, with the Puerto Rican duo Calle 13. In that year his album Malamarismo came to light, with collaborations by Julieta Venegas, Tego Calder\u00f3n and Raimundo Amador. \n On May 18, 2010, he released his fourth studio album called Dirty Bailarina which features the production of American rapper Focus, known producer of Christina Aguilera, Eminem, Jennifer Lopez, among others. His first single was Do not beg for forgiveness and he debuted in the Top 30 rap music in Spain. It is the most successful album of the Jerez rapper who gave her two Latin Grammy nominations and got one in the Best Urban Song category. Mala Rodr\u00edguez confirmed via Twitter to be working on a new material entitled El Tren de la Bruja. \n In 2013, she publishes Bruja , the fifth album in her biography; It has taken three years since your previous Dirty Dancer . The result is a collection of songs with different producers, a disc that combines media tempos with tropical rhythms, and that includes duets like Caliente. \n With this latest work he gets 3 nominations for the Latin Grammy Awards, getting home the best urban album for "Bruja". \nLa Mala Rodr\u00edguez at the S\u00f3nar festival, 2007. \n\n\n\nMore Facts about La Mala Rodriguez\n\nThe La Mala Rodriguez's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.