Angela Diane Alvarez, better known by her stage name Anjelique,
is a Tejano singer-songwriter, performer, and musician. In 2000, while recording at Melody Ranch Studios in San Antonio,
Anjelique caught the eye of music industry veteran Jack Saenz, who quickly signed her to his newly formed label. Anjelique joined the roster at ZMS Records and released her debut album "Regressa a Mi" which was released in the fall of 2002. It began climbing the charts,
fueled bythe success of the single "Yo Se." Other successful hits off the album were "Tu Y Yo" and "Quiero Bailar" featuring Grammy award winner Sunny Sauceda.