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Lo Mejor De…
Lo Mejor de...Selena is a double disc compilation album by American singer Selena. It was released posthumously in the United States on March 31, 2015 by EMI Latin and Universal Music Latin Entertainment. The album was released after the commercial and chart success of Enamorada de Ti, which featured several Latin music acts lending their voices for the remix album. The recording features six number one United States Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart singles by the singer—"Buenos Amigos", "Donde Quiera Que Estés", "Amor Prohibido", "Bidi Bidi Bom Bom", "No Me Queda Más", "Fotos y Recuerdos", and the US Billboard Latin Pop Airplay chart single "I Could Fall in Love".
The album debuted and peaked at number two on the US Billboard Top Latin Albums chart. A year after its release, the recording peaked at number one on the Latin Pop Albums list, giving Selena her first number one album in four years. Lo Mejor de...Selena debuted and peaked at number 102 on the US Billboard 200 chart, her highest charting album since 1999's All My Hits/Todos Mis Exitos. The recording earned the singer the Top Latin Albums Artist of the Year, Female at the 2016 Billboard Latin Music Awards.
Amor Prohibido is the fourth studio album by American singer Selena, released on March 13, 1994, by EMI Latin. Having reached a core fan base, the label aimed to broaden her appeal with the next
studio release. Finding it challenging to write a follow-up hit after "Como la Flor", Selena's brother A. B. Quintanilla enlisted the assistance from band members Ricky Vela and Pete Astudillo with writing the album's songs. The resulting album has a more mature sound featuring experimental production that blends diverse musical styles from ranchera to hip-hop music. Amor Prohibido is a Tejano cumbia album modernized with a synthesizer-rich delivery using a minimalist style that was quintessential in early 1990s Tejano music.
The album's songs deal with dysfunctional and volatile relationships; its lyrics explore unrequited love, cheating partners, and social division. With relatively few love songs, Amor Prohibido narrates a woman's struggles and triumphs following unsuccessful relationships with men who struggle with commitment.
Ones is a compilation album by American singer Selena, released in the United States on October 1, 2002 by EMI Latin. It was released on November 11, 2002 in Spanish-speaking countries, while the limited edition included a bonus DVD of her music videos. Ones was released building on the popularity of the 1997 biographical film Selena. The album was aimed at Selena's new generation of fans, and its released marked the singer's twentieth year in the music industry. Ones features six number one singles namely, "Amor Prohibido", "Bidi Bidi Bom Bom", "No Me Queda Más", "Fotos y Recuerdos", and her duets with Álvaro Torres on "Buenos Amigos" and the Barrio Boyzz on "Donde Quiera Que Estés".
Selena's brother, A.B. Quintanilla, remixed three of her singles into a medley mash-up entitled "Con Tanto Amor Medley", the same tracks found on the album. Ones received a positive reception among music critics, while Jon O'Brien of AllMusic noticed that the record label ignored Selena's self-titled debut album. The recording peaked at number two on the US Billboard Top Latin Albums and number one on the Latin Pop Albums charts.
Dreaming Of You
Dreaming of You is the fifth and final studio album by American singer Selena. Released posthumously on July 18, 1995, by EMI Latin and EMI Records, it was an immediate commercial and critical success, debuting atop the United States Billboard 200—the first predominately Spanish-language album to do so. It sold 175,000 copies on its first day of release in the U.S.—a then-record for a female vocalist. With first week sales of 331,000 units, it became the second-highest first-week sales for a female musician since Nielsen Soundscan began monitoring album sales in 1991. Billboard magazine declared it a "historic" event, while Time said the recording elevated Selena's music to a wider audience. It won Album of the Year at the 1996 Tejano Music Awards and Female Pop Album of the Year at the 3rd annual Billboard Latin Music Awards.
After signing a recording contract with EMI Latin in 1989, the label denied Selena a requested crossover after she made three demonstration recordings. After her Grammy Award nomination for Live was announced, Selena signed with SBK Records to begin recording her crossover album, which was front-page news in Billboard magazine.
Unforgettable: The Studio Album
La Sonora Dinamita
Íconos 25 Éxitos
La Leyenda (Version Deluxe)
Entre A Mi Mundo
Entre a Mi Mundo is the third studio album by American singer Selena, released on May 6, 1992, by EMI Latin. In his recording debut with Selena y Los Dinos, guitarist Chris Pérez had fallen in love with Selena—which Selena's father and manager of the group, Abraham Quintanilla, Jr., disapproved of—and Pérez and Selena eloped on April 2, 1992, after Abraham fired Pérez from the band. Abraham later apologized, accepted Pérez and Selena's relationship, and accepted Pérez as a member of the band. Selena's brother and music producer, A.B. Quintanilla, oversaw production of Entre a Mi Mundo. A.B. also composed most of the tracks on the album along with band members Ricky Vela and Pete Astudillo. The group members' diverse backgrounds aided in the diversity of the genres explored on Entre a Mi Mundo, making it the band's most innovative recording. It includes music genres ranging from synthesized, Tejano and Mexican cumbia to R&B and rock music.
The album's lyrics emphasize female empowerment and self-assertion, while it explores themes such as unrequited love, cheating partners, and teen romance.
No Me Dejes Morir
Grupo Macao de Alex y Jhonny
Junto a Vos (feat. Nachito Vive)
Madness Cumbia Pop
Mix Clasico Cristiano 1: Ven Espiritu Divino Bendito Sea / Oh Señor Quiero Que Ardas / Ardiendo El Fuego
La Cumbia del Rey
Anótalo (feat. Américo)
Supremo el Colombian King
Solo Quiero Ser Mujer
Dreaming Of You
I Could Fall In Love
Como La Flor
Como La Flor (Remastered Version)
Selena Y Los Dinos
Bidi Bidi Bom Bom (1994 Version)
Na Na Na (Dulce Niña)
A.B. Quintanilla III Y Los Kumbia Kings
Baila Esta Cumbia
Bidi Bidi Bom Bom
Bidi Bidi Bom Bom
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