19 year old singer, songwriter, and actor Martina Ortiz Luis combines years of classical vocal training with a fresh pop sound and a passion for soul and R&B to create a massively undeniable voice. She recently released her singles “No Love” and “Irrelevant" on all major music streaming services. The most recent “Irrelevant”, being a collaboration with up-and-coming rapper, Cocanina, to create a r&b/hip-hop female empowerment anthem and call out to “toxic masculinity”. You can also catch Martina showing off her acting chops as "Rachel Valdez", a recurring character in the fourth season of Syfy’s “Wynonna Earp”.

Martina has performed live in front of many audiences, though most will know her as the first ever official anthem singer for the NHL’s Toronto Maple Leafs, which became a title bestowed upon her at 15 years old. Going into her fourth season with the organization, she continues to wow the fans, not only at Scotiabank Arena, but the millions watching at home.

She began competing in talent competitions at the age of 4 and has been invited to perform for events all across Canada ever since. At the age of 11, she became a youth ambassador for World Vision, and at 13 was asked to write their official Christmas jingle, “The Spirit of Christmas” which was used commercially all over North America. Less than a year later, Martina joined The Voice franchise in the Philippines. In 2019, Martina performed for Canada’s Walk of Fame awards night, performing a tribute to Alessia Cara and presenting Cara with the Allan Slaight Award.