Haila is a singer and dancer recognized for being one of the best female voices of her generation. With more than 30 years of experience on stage, she has released multiple record productions and collaborated with more than 100 national and international artists such as Olga Tañón, Armando Manzanero, Tony Succar, or Enrico Ruggery.

After going through great Cuban groups such as Azúcar Negra and Bamboleo, Haila began her solo career in 2000, and her discography already includes more than ten phonograms. In 2001, the album La rumba soy yo (Bis Music, 2000), the All-Stars of Cuban Rumba, in which she collaborated, won the Latin Grammy in the category of Best Folk Album.

With her incredible voice, Haila has left her mark on soundtracks of Cuban films and has been awarded both nationally and internationally. In addition to participating as a coach in the television contest Sonando en Cuba, she is the only female singer in the El Golden Club project of the Soneros Dorados de Cuba. Ambassador of Cuban culture, her stage presence stands out for her Cubanness, feeling and virtuosity. She is known as the “Diva del pueblo” and cataloged as “La Cubanísima”, being one of the most important exponents of the new era of Cuban popular music.