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Continuing to dip her toes in urban waters in 2018, Paulina released Desire (Me Tienes Loquita)” in collaboration with Venezuelan urban singer Nacho. See more Latinas supporting one another in the video below.

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PAULINA RUBIOIn support of Latin superstar Paulina Rubio‘s most recent studio album Deseo, she returns to the stage in the United States with her #DeseoTour2019. Timbiriche’s musical evolution took a turn “from children to teenagers” and is reflected in the hit albums Timbiriche VII and Timbiriche VIII & IX that sold 800,000 30 31 and 500,000 32 copies in Mexico, respectively. These albums are considered Timbiriche’s greatest commercial achievements and have been included in the best-selling albums in Latin America. 33 At that time, Rubio began to excel as one of the most notorious members and her voice excels in songs such as “Rompecabezas”, “Persecución en la Ciudad”, “Acelerar” and “Me Estoy Volviendo Loca”. At the same time of developing as a singer, Rubio begins to receive other proposals in the artistic field and she landed her first role in 1988 as the villain Paulina Montenegro in the telenovela Pasión y Poder.

LOS ANGELES (Billboard) – Resplendent in a pink sequined micro-mini and fingerless gold gloves, Paulina Rubio shimmied her way through her first performance of her new single, Causa y Efecto,” at the Billboard Latin Music Awards in April. Setting off a stadium-style wave by the dancers and drummers onstage with a flick of her wrist, Rubio presented herself as a woman in command, ready to launch yet another hit album.

After about a decade with Timbiriche, during which she recorded ten albums with the group, Rubio decided the time had come to try her wings as a solo performer. In 1992 she released her first solo CD, La chica dorada, which was a success, going platinum. The album, recorded in Spain , spawned a number of number one singles on the Latin music charts, including “Amor de Mujer” and “Mio.” Of Rubio’s debut recording, a collection of dance, pop, and rock tunes, Hispanic critic Mark Holston wrote, “Much like her role model, Madonna , Rubio is more about style than musical substance. But the album does yield some gems, like the moody ‘Sabor a Miel.'” Holston was not the only critic to see a strong connection between Madonna and Rubio, whose music videos oozed the same brand of sensuality long associated with her American counterpart. He was also not the only critic to comment on a lack of substance in Rubio’s music.

Career: Singer, 1981-; member of Timbiriche singing group, 1981-91; actress, 1988-95. Here’s a roundup of the latest singles, and albums, from a variety of genres across Latin music. Rubio, who made her start with the children’s group Timbiriche in the 1980s before launching a solo career, serenaded San Antonio with the sounds of her 2018 album, Deseo.

On Brava!” (2011), Rubio skillfully combined songs in English and in Spanish, contributing to Rubio’s amazing portfolio of hits with tracks Me Gustas Tanto” and the spectacular dance beats of Heat of the Night” and All Around the World”.

The tenth and last album that Paulina Rubio recorded as a member of Timbiriche was released in 1990 ( Timbiriche X ) and despite the fact that she was already the leader of the group, in 1991 Rubio left Timbiriche to focus on a solo career, and moved to Spain to begin work on her first album.

Three days before the official release of the album, Rubio appeared on the legendary TV show Siempre en Domingo with Raúl Velasco to publicize his new stage in the music industry. The famous television host commented that “it was a great privilege to have presented Paulina as a solo singer”. At the beginning of her solo career, the press and critics were very hard on Paulina Rubio, and many pronounced her as an ” Madonna wannabe ” due to the great influence of the young artist with the American entertainer , but with the success from their first single and the album sales, the tabloids considered it as the new youth pop icon in Mexico.


Paulina Rubio Dosamantes was born on June 17, 1971, in Mexico City Her mother, Susana Dosamantes, was a film actress who raised Rubio alone after divorcing her father. Rubio planned on an artistic career from the start. As she told Carmen Teresa Roiz of the Hispanic Online website in 2002, My mom was shooting many films in Europe when I was young, so I was traveling with her around the world, surrounded by artists: writers, painters, singers, film makers.” Rubio recorded her first song when she was three, and later entered a performing arts school for her primary education. In 1982 Rubio joined the all-female singing group Timbiriche, which starred in its own television show. Aimed at a preteen audience, Timbiriche earned little critical respect, but the group made Rubio and the other members into household names in Mexico and Latin America The experience led to more acting offers once Rubio left the group.

Music is the thing that saved me,” says Mexican superstar Paulina Rubio Music is what she has known her whole life, or at least, ever since she made her early Eighties debut in the popular teen group, Timbiriche But in 1992, Rubio broke away from the pack to launch her solo career — and like America’s Madonna, she has reinvented herself with every new release. For her latest act, La Chica Dorada, or the Golden Girl, will take a lifetime’s worth of transformations on the road in support of her 2018 album, Deseo. Rubio kicks off the U.S. leg of her world tour Thursday night in San Jose, California.

Released on the heels of her Deseo Tour, La Chica Dorada dropped the playful tune – and its accompanying music video directed by Milcho – that celebrates her life as a single lady. For more info on Trevi and Karol’s La Diosa de la Noche Tour, click here. See more Latinas supporting one another in the video below.

Paulina Susana Rubio Dosamantes, generally known professionally as Paulina Rubio, is a Mexican singer, actress, television music competition judge, hostess, model, and businesswoman. She achieved recognition as original member of the pop group Timbiriche from 1982 through 1991, where she stood out as one of the main members. She appeared in 3 Mexican soap operas and 1 film in her first years of professional artistic career. Since then, Rubio has been a recording artist and has achieved commercial success in the entertainment industry and has been recognised with honorific nicknames, the most notably as the “Queen of Latin Pop”.

It was years later, though, when she broke into Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart penthouse with one of her strongest commercial hits, Te Quise Tanto” notching her first No. 1 on the Feb. 21, 2004-dated Hot Latin Songs chart after scoring seven top 10s on the list.

Born and raised in Mexico City, Mexico, Rubio has worked and lived in Mexico, Miami and Madrid since the 1990s. She signed to record label EMI Music in 1992 and released her first studio album La Chica Dorada. In 1997, she left EMI and signed with Universal Music where she released her self-titled studio album which received positive reviews from critics and was a international success. The single “Y Yo Sigo Aquí” became one of the most successful latin singles of the 2000s, and was nominated to Latin Grammy Award for Song of the Year. With Universal Music, she also released other five studio albums. Rubio has sold over 15 million records worldwide, and is considered one of the most influential Latin celebrities in the world by Univision.

Singer Paulina Rubio attends the Latino 2009 Inaugural Gala at Union Station on Jan. 18, 2009, in Washington. Paulina Rubio opened the Enrique Iglesias “Don’t Turn Off the Lights Tour” at the Don Haskins Center. Rubio performed in both English and Spanish.

After spending nearly a decade as part of the successful group, Paulina decided that the time was right to leave Timbiriche, and few were surprised when her much-anticipated solo debut, La Chica Dorada, spawned three number-one singles and scored platinum sales. In the interim, she’s duplicated that triumph with four more smash hit CDs and taken on another challenge, following in her mother’s footsteps as a film and television star. “Acting was like a hobby for me,” Rubio notes modestly of her hit soap opera roles and her film work, “but music is my priority. I love to perform, and to spread my music and my messages.” With her English-language debut, she’s primed to spread them beyond the language barrier and the borders that have kept her relatively unknown to American audiences.

At Wal-Mart, the new album will be sold in the beauty department, next to Rubio’s perfume, Oro. The perfume, which also sells at CVS, is slated for distribution at major retailers in Puerto Rico, Mexico, Spain, and Central and South America. Rubio has begun making in-store appearances promoting the perfume, including a stop at the JCPenney in Puerto Rico’s Plaza de las Americas Mall. She’ll do more in-stores in the United States and internationally during the holiday shopping season, when the fragrance will be more widely available.

Released via Universal Music Spain, Rubio’s latest album, Deseo, came seven years after her 2011 LP, Brava!. It’s notably the longest gap she’s ever taken between albums. When you start singing at six-years-old, believe me, you need to take time between one album and the other at a certain point,” she says. It wasn’t much of a break though; in the time between albums, Rubio has shared her wisdom with aspiring pop stars on reality TV competitions, like The X Factor in the U.S. , as well as La Voz in Mexico and Spain.

is a 48 year old Mexican Singer. Born Paulina Susana Rubio Dosamantes on 17th June, 1971 in Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico, she is famous for Paulina (2000) in a career that spans 1982-present. Her zodiac sign is Gemini.

Rubio launched her solo career in 1992 with an album titled “La Chica Dorada” (the origin of her “golden girl” nickname) and broke into the American market eight years later with “Paulina,” which was the biggest-selling Latin album in the US in 2001.

On 11 January 2011, her father, Enrique Rubio González, died at the age of 67 in a Mexico City hospital. 105 A consensus of various news sources attributed his death to kidney failure. With a career spanning decades, Trevi knows the importance of being a collaborative artist and working with new singers, like Karol.

2018 was another key year for the artist. Over the course of the year, Paulina released her long-awaited new studio album DESEO with singles Desire (Me Tienes Loquita),” featuring her old friend Nacho and “Suave y Sutil”.

Rubio executive-produced the album and collaborated with other top writers including Estefano, Lester Mendez and Coti. That diversity of styles is typical for her albums; Gran City Pop” was inspired by Mexico City, Miami and Madrid, the cities where the album was written and recorded.

The Colombian pop-urban duo has teamed up with the Puerto Rican singer for a sensual and hypnotic declaration of love, dedicated to that special someone who makes your heart race. Music video by Paulina Rubio performing Ni Rosas, Ni Juguetes. (C) 2009 Universal Music Spain, S.L.

Mexican pop star Paulina Rubio rocked the Aztec Theatre on Sunday night. Born Paulina Rubio Dosamantes on June 17, 1971, in Mexico City , Mexico; daughter of Enrique Rubio (attorney) and Susana Dosamantes (film actress).

The singer and actress kicked off her Deseo Tour last week. The setlist includes pop classics “Mio,” “El Ultimo Adios” and “Y Yo Sigo Aqui.” A new single, the dance-pop “Si Superian,” was released this month.


In 2006, Miguel Bosé re-recorded his ‘80s hit Nena” with Paulina Rubio, forming part of his album Papito. Their version was nominated for record of the year at the 2007 Latin Grammys. Mexican Latin pop star who achieved huge popularity in Latin countries before breaking into the US pop mainstream.

However, Paulina’s latest family photo apparently didn’t sit well with Eros’ dad, her ex Gerardo Bazúa, who then shared a video on his own social media account in which he records himself visiting the singer’s home to see his son and appears to be “denied access.” “It is so sad to be forced to share this video so that you see that, as on many occasions, I went to pick up my son Eros, and he is in, but ‘la señora’ has given orders to deny me access,” he wrote alongside the clip.

In December 2016, she confirmed that the new album will feature contributions by DJ Snake and Selena Gomez , stating: “My new album is like another member of the team, or the family. It will be a true warrior, has something from all genres, from banda to pop, collaborations with DJ Snake and Selena Gomez. I tried to keep a key element: that the music is danceable”. 84 Gomez representatives later denied that she worked with Rubio.

Of course, Paulina’s Mexican roots are featured prominently on numerous tracks, with flamenco guitars accenting “The One You Love,” brass flourishes heating up “Casanova,” and plenty of both featured on “The Last Goodbye.” One of four Spanish hits translated and re-recorded for Border Girl, it is a mixed palate of the rhythms of the Tijuana streets Paulina knows so well with the hip hop and pop influences culled from years of performances for her diverse global audience.

Rubio performed Te Quise” at the 2004 Billboard Latin Music Awards. As the song turned into a hit, her relationship with Coti became a friendship, opening the doors for collaborations as he later invited her to Madrid to sing Nada Fue Un Error” alongside Julieta Venegas.


After about a decade with Timbiriche, during which she recorded ten albums with the group, Rubio decided the time had come to try her wings as a solo performer. In 1992 she released her first solo CD, La chica dorada, which was a success, going platinum. The album, recorded in Spain , spawned a number of number one singles on the Latin music charts, including “Amor de Mujer” and “Mio.” Of Rubio’s debut recording, a collection of dance, pop, and rock tunes, Hispanic critic Mark Holston wrote, “Much like her role model, Madonna , Rubio is more about style than musical substance. But the album does yield some gems, like the moody ‘Sabor a Miel.'” Holston was not the only critic to see a strong connection between Madonna and Rubio, whose music videos oozed the same brand of sensuality long associated with her American counterpart. He was also not the only critic to comment on a lack of substance in Rubio’s music.

Tonight’s Paulina Rubio concert at Revention Music Center has been canceled due to inclement weather. Refunds are available at point of purchase. Paulina Rubio performs songs in both English and Sanish. International superstar Paulina Rubio has announced tour dates for what she is dubbing her 2019 Deseo Tour.

Rubio then continued to release multiple singles ” Si Te Vas (Paulina Rubio song) “, ” Me Quema ” and ” Desire (Me Tienes Loquita) ” before revealing the title and release date of her new album, Deseo, announcing it will be released on September 14, 2018. The first official single off the album is titled “Suave Y Sutil” and was released on September 7, 2018. The song features a return to her pop sound being a departure from the reggaeton oriented singles that preceded. The single was produced by Andrés Torres and Mauricio Rengifo responsible for productions of latin hits like ” Despacito ” and ” Echame La Culpa ” from Luis Fonsi.

The tenth and last album that Paulina Rubio recorded as a member of Timbiriche was released in 1990 ( Timbiriche X ) and despite the fact that she was already the leader of the group, in 1991 Rubio left Timbiriche to focus on a solo career, and moved to Spain to begin work on her first album.

Paulina continued to climb up the ladder of creativity with the release of Ananda” in 2006. Fueled by hit singles including Ni Una Sola Palabra,” the album topped the US Latin Pop Chart and was certified 2x Platinum in Spain. Ananda” picked up Album of the Year at the Latin Billboard Awards and the Spanish edition of GQ Magazine named Rubio as Woman of the Year in 2007.

Paulina Rubio Dosamantes was born on June 17, 1971, in Mexico City Her mother, Susana Dosamantes, was a film actress who raised Rubio alone after divorcing her father. Rubio planned on an artistic career from the start. As she told Carmen Teresa Roiz of the Hispanic Online website in 2002, My mom was shooting many films in Europe when I was young, so I was traveling with her around the world, surrounded by artists: writers, painters, singers, film makers.” Rubio recorded her first song when she was three, and later entered a performing arts school for her primary education. In 1982 Rubio joined the all-female singing group Timbiriche, which starred in its own television show. Aimed at a preteen audience, Timbiriche earned little critical respect, but the group made Rubio and the other members into household names in Mexico and Latin America The experience led to more acting offers once Rubio left the group.

A world famous celebrity whose tantalizing images from a seaside vacation in Ibiza can ignite bloggers worldwide, Rubio maintains her sense of innocence with her songs. I try to be a chameleon and reinvent myself,” Rubio says, but at the same time I remain very loyal to my music, my rancheras and boleros.” With her larger-than-life persona, worldwide recognition and mainstream success, Rubio continues to rule the vast, ever-expanding domain of Latin pop.

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