Mexico's "Grand Lady of Sinaloa": Remembering Lola Beltrán's Legacy

Google Doodle celebrates Lola Beltrán, Mexican singing legend.

Nicknamed "The Grand Lady of Sinaloa," she was born in 1932.

Inspired by church ballads, she dreamt of singing fame.

Beltrán moved to Mexico City to chase her dream.

Radio station job led to her singing talent being discovered.

Her covers of "Paloma Negra" and "Cucurrucucú Paloma" soared.

She took traditional ranchera music global.

Beltrán also acted in films alongside Mexican stars.