Of her nomadic childhood, Rubio commented on her official website, “My mom was shooting a lot of films in Europe when I was young, so we were traveling with her around the world, with a lot of artists around: writers, architects, singers, filmmakers.
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There are few stars in the Latin pop scene that have shined as brightly, and for as long, as Paulina Rubio. The Latin superstar is ready to come back! Rubio will return to the stage in the United States this coming September with her # DeseoTour2019 To support her most recent studio album, DESEO, the 10-city trek across the country kicks off in San Jose, CA on September 12, also hitting New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, among others, before concluding in Washington, DC on September 29.
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”.
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.
Kicking off Hispanic Heritage Month, which runs from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, a handful of music’s finest have dropped hip-shaking, empowering and can’t-miss new tunes for you to enjoy. From J Balvin delivering another infectious collaboration, pop star icon Paulina Rubio back on the scene with a flirty tune, to Los Tigres Del Norte sharing an important message, these songs will definitely be added to your end-of-summer playlist.
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Latin American singer who established herself as a solo artist with her 1992 debut album La Chica Dorada. She won six Latin Billboard Music Awards for her multi-platinum albums Pau-Latina and Ananda. Vivid Seats has full details on the Paulina Rubio 2019 Deseo tour dates below.
Increasingly involved in the songwriting and production of her albums, in 2009 the queen of Latin pop returned with Gran City Pop,” an album that featured trademark hits Causa y Efecto” and Ni Rosas Ni Juguetes” and ruled the airwaves in Spain, Mexico and Puerto Rico, taking up residence at the top of the US Latin charts in mid-2009.
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.
Mexican singer Paulina Rubio , who earned the moniker La Chica Dorada (The Golden Girl), became a recognizable face of the Latin pop scene of the ‘90s as she claimed the solo spotlight with her debut single Mio” in 1993, two years after she had left her childhood pop group Timbiriche.
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.
As Rubio made it hers with her inquisitive sense of self and gleaming persona, Te Quise Tanto ” became an entrancing song, a pop-rock tinged tune about a lost, hopeless love with a welter of sounds, opening with a delineated rock instrumentation layered with a solid percussion, nylon guitars with flamenco air which opened space for Rubio’s trademark hoarse and cheery vocals.
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.
On Monday (June 17), which marks her 48th birthday, Rubio announced that she will embark her #DeseoTour2019 in the U.S. in September. Paulina Rubio threw many fans for a loop at a concert for women when she blurted out “We love you, Donald Trump ” – but it appears to have been purely for literary effect.
In early 1992, Rubio participated in the soap opera Baila Conmigo , based in the late 50s and early 60s at the time of Rock and Roll. She played the role of Andre, a rich and capricious girl who was used to having everything at her disposal. The soap opera producer was Luis de Llano, who recruited a cast of youth stars who were just beginning their solo career in music and acting. 34 The success of Baila Conmigo gave the protagonists the possibility of recording a special album and received 9 nominations for the 1993 TVyNovelas Awards , including “Actress Revelation” for Rubio, but lost to Yolanda Andrade 35 This was a boost and enrichment for Paulina Rubio’s career as a solo artist and part of the concept of her debut album is influenced by the same concept of the soap opera.
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.
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.
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.
Te Quise Tanto” became Rubio’s longest-ruling No. 1 on the Hot Latin Songs chart as it crowned the tally for six weeks. Likewise, she earned her longest reign on the Latin Pop Songs airplay chart as it went to reign for 13 weeks. That’s the second-most weeks at No. 1 on the list for a song by a woman, trailing only Shakira’s Suerte” which ruled the list for 14 weeks (Sept. 29-Dec. 1, 2001, Dec. 15, 2001-Jan. 5, 2002).
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.
Our new desktop experience was built to be your music destination. Listen to official albums & more. There’s no shortage of new music from your favorite Latinx artists. Miguel Bose and Paulina Rubio perform on stage during the 2007 Billboard Latin Music Awards at the Bank United Center in Miami on April 26, 2007.
She was a part of the Latin pop group Timbirichie from 1984 to 1991; she recorded eleven albums with this group. The 24-year-old singer will be partnering with Mexican singer Paulina Rubio to create new music in the upcoming year.
The Latin superstar is ready to come back! Rubio will return to the stage in the United States this coming September with her # DeseoTour2019 To support her most recent studio album, DESEO, the 10-city trek across the country kicks off in San Jose, CA on September 12, also hitting New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, among others, before concluding in Washington, DC on September 29.
During this year, Paulina released the deluxe version of DESEO, the most recent album of her successful artistic career, which includes the international hits “Desire (Me Tienes Loquita)” and “Suave y Sutil,” and the new single “Ya No Me Engañas.” The Golden Girl recently completed a stint as a Coach on “La Voz” Spain, and is a Coach on “La Voz Senior” airing in Spain.
Soronkin, known for his stage name Coti, didn’t know Rubio back then, there was no musical intimacy, so he wrote the song -with the help of Andahí (wife Valeria Larrarte) and Adrain Schinoff, the song’s demo arranger- based on a universal language and emotional spectrum, abounding of collective experiences and perceptions. I was in transit to Malaga when the lyrics of the song came to be almost in its entirety,” he adds about a song that solidified his standing among the most coveted songwriters of the moment.
It takes a lot of time to conquer the hearts of the whole world-just ask Mexican singer Paulina Rubio Over the course of the past two decades, she’s seen success as part of the biggest teen act in her homeland, enjoyed popularity as an actress on the big and small screens, and become the reigning golden girl of Spanish pop.