Google on Tuesday honored Mexican-America singer Selena Quintanilla along with her personal Google Doodle.
The brand positioned above each Google search comes out the identical day Quintanilla launched her first studio album, self-titled “Selena,” in 1989. The Doodle features a quick YouTube video highlighting her life and music.
Born in Lake Jackson, Texas, on April 16, 1971, Quintanilla began creating her singing abilities at an early age and have become a star of Tejano music, a Texas-born type that blends Mexican and American genres together with pop and ranchera.
She received a Grammy for finest Mexican/American album in 1993, making her the primary feminine and youngest Tejano artist to win the award.
The Selena doodle is on the Google homepage in the US in addition to Mexico, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Bolivia, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Peru, Venezuela, Colombia, Cuba, Paraguay, Uruguay and India.