Reina (singer)
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Reina Singer
Background information
BornNew York City, New York[1]
Singer, songwriter

Lori Reina Goldstein... (born in the Bronx, New York City, New York[1]) is a female Dance-pop singer-songwriter.

Early life and career

Reina was a backup singer for such music artists as Deborah Cox and Corina. In 1995, she released a self-titled R&B album as Lori Gold, and had a minor hit with "I Likes". In 1998, as Reina, she became an overnight sensation[1] on the Dance/Club scene when "Find Another Woman" reached #2 on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart.[2]

In 2003, she scored her biggest hit on the Billboard Hot 100 when her single "No One's Gonna Change You" crossed over from the dance charts.[3] In 2004 when "If I Close My Eyes" went to number 2 on Billboard's Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart, she garnered her biggest dance hit and in 2005 scored another top 5 on the same chart with "Forgive".[4] All 3 tracks were from her third album overall, but first under her new name Reina "This Is Reina". Reina is promoted by AJ Iacona.



  • 1995: Lori Gold "Lori Gold" Cutting Edge
  • 2004: Reina "This Is Reina" Robbins Entertainment


  • "I Likes" (1994) (as Lori Gold)
  • "Tender Lovin' Care" (1996) (as Lori Gold)
  • "Find Another Woman" (11/1998)
  • "Anything For Love" (6/1999)
  • "Got A Love For You" (Credited as Heaven Featuring Reina; 11/2000)
  • "Miss the Way" (Credited as Razor N' Guido Featuring Reina; 4/2000)
  • "Vivo per Lei"(with Angelo Venuto and The Sicilians; 2003)
  • "No One's Gonna Change You" (2/2003)
  • "If I Close My Eyes" (4/2004)
  • "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)" (11/2004)
  • "Forgive" (5/2005)
  • "Love Of My Life" (With Lucas Prata) (4/2006)
  • "On My Own" (12/2006)
  • "Just Let Go" (4/2010)
  • "Forever" (with Sweet Rains; 10/2014) [5]
  • "Rain On Me" (Unreleased)


  1. ^ a b c
  2. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). Hot Dance/Disco: 1974-2003. Record Research. p. 216.
  3. ^ Wisneski, Matthew. "Reina Chart History". Billboard. Retrieved 2014.
  4. ^ Wisneski, Matthew. "Reina Chart History". Billboard. Retrieved 2014.
  5. ^

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