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Valerie felt compelled to assist her friends in securing television jobs, leading her to establish a talent agency. Eventually, she found herself appearing in reggaetón artists' videos as a substitute when the original talents couldn't make it. She became a prominent figure, acting and modeling in reggaetón videos for artists like Wisin y Yandel, Dalmata, Lito y Polaco, and many more.
In 2003, she had a reunion with her long-time friend Noriega. After hearing the song "Dilemma" by Nelly and Kelly Rowland, she sang a part of it to Noriega, who suggested they record it. This led to the creation of the song "Lo Que Quiero Es Bailar" with Cidely, which was featured in "The Noise Biografia" album.
Valerie also recorded the song "Te Excitare," which was included in the compilation CD "Kakoteo Mix" featuring various artists. The song became an instant hit, propelling her into international markets, reaching #27 on the Tropical Air Play Billboard list in 2003.
Under the Flow Music Label, distributed by Universal Music Latino, Valerie released her debut studio album, "Mi Flow," in 2007. The album presented a collection of "commercial" tracks, consisting of reggaetón ballads with "clean lyrics" that resonated with women. Notably, "Mi Flow" deviated from the typical "tiraeras" (disputes between artists) commonly associated with the Reggaetón genre. The musical productions on the album were provided by DJ Memo and Sosa, alongside other artists signed to Flow Music. Additionally, Valerie collaborated with K-Mil, Cidely, and Las Guanabanas, adding diversity and richness to the album's offerings.
In 2008, Telemundo Studios in Miami enlisted Valerie to record "Doble Vida," the theme song for the telenovela "El Rostro de Analía" on Telemundo.
Moving to 2017, she released her second album titled "Mi Corazon," which features her latest hit, "Mi Corazon," and a remake of Debbie Gibson's "Lost in Your Eyes" called "Perdida." This album displays her versatility as she explores various music genres, showcasing her talent to sing and perform in tropical rhythms such as Salsa, Bachata, Kizomba, and Cumbia.