Feeling the need to help out her friends find jobs in television, Valerie created a talent agency. She later began appearing in videos for reggaetón artists, when the talents that were originally scheduled would cancel. She was featured as an actress and model in reggaeton videos for artists such as Wisin y Yandel, Dalmata, Lito y Polaco among others.
In 2003, she reunited with long-time friend Noriega. After listening to “Dilemma” from Nelly and Kelly Rowland, she sang a bit to Noriega who suggested they record it. With this song, “Lo Que Quiero Es Bailar” with Cidely she was included in "The Noise Biografia" album.
Valerie recorded the song Te Excitare, which was included in the varios artist CD, "Kakoteo Mix". The song was an instant hit and it helped introducer her to International markets as it climbed up to #27 on the Tropical Air Play Billboard list in 2003.
Her debut studio album Mi Flow was released in 2007 under the Flow Music Label, distributed by Universal Music Latino. The album featured "commercial" material, "full of reggaetón ballads" and "clean lyrics" that "women can relate to". Mi Flow did not include "tiraeras (beef between two or more artists) associated with the Reggaetón genre". It featured musical productions by DJ Memo and Sosa among others signed to Flow Music and collaborations with K-Mil, Cidely and Las Guanabanas.
In 2008, Valerie was hired by Telemundo Studios in Miami to record "Doble Vida" the theme song for the telenovela "El Rostro de Analía on Telemundo"
In 2017 she recorded her second album Mi Corazon which includes her latest hit, “Mi Corazon” and Perdida a re-make of Lost in Your Eyes by Debbie Gibson. In this album she ventures into other music genres, showcasing her ability to sing and perform in the tropical rhythms of Salsa, Bachata, Kizomba and Cumbia.