Lyzbeth started modeling when she was seven years old and at age 11, with her parents, moved to Puerto Rico, where she started a music career after successfully auditioning to become the lead singer of Las Bombones, a merengue group made up of three teenage girls. Lyzbeth spent the next two years travelling the island singing in fiestas patronales, festivals and on National TV shows. At 15 Lyzbeth had outgrown the group and decided to pursue a solo career auditioning for the main character in "Selena" a movie made about Selena Quintanilla. Though she lost the role to Jennifer Lopez, Lyzbeth landed several appearances on prominent television shows such as El Show de Lubriel and Sabado Gigante!
Refocusing on her music, Lyzbeth sang Tex-Mex and country music leading her to an interview with Jose Gazmey of Sony Music in Puerto Rico where she was offered a contract to make Merengue music. Lyzbeth turned down the offer to follow her musical passion Bachata and in 2010, with her “dream producer” Martires De Leon at the controls, Lyzbeth recorded her first bachata album of songs mostly written by songwriter Elizabeth Rosado (Lyzbeth's Mom). With her Bachata career now in full swing she is known as “La Nena de la Bachata.”