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One hour after Lu's performance, a 8. On social networksArjona was jokingly blamed, with remarks such as "earthquakes go where he goes", making reference also to the earthquake felt in Mexico after the singer arrived.
Independiente, Metamorfosis and world tour[ edit ] Arjona released his thirteenth studio album, Independienteon 4 October This made Independiente Arjona's first album to ever have two number-one hits on that chart.
The song also topped the Latin Pop Songs chart, becoming the third song off the album to do so.
To promote the album, Arjona embarked on the Metamorfosis World Tour. It ran from January until March and included shows in 18 different countries, with an estimated attendance of over one million people.
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Music and style[ edit ] Marc Anthony sang alongside Arjona on the salsa version of "Historia de Taxi". Arjona's primary musical style is Latin pop. He usually sings without the help of featured or additional singers. His style varied over the years, as Arjona took risks to keep his music from becoming stale. Animal Nocturno intersperses energetic rock songs among heartfelt ballads, and the instrumentation is heavy on guitar, synthesizer, and drums.
Around two dozen instruments were used on the album, including horns, piano and Hammond B-3and strings. Most of the songs were written in while Arjona was touring  and are performed acoustically with Caribbean touches. Besides a couple of rockers, the songs are fairly even in tone and tempo. Gutierrez considered the instrumentation, performance, and overall sonic palette to be "minimalist" and "unassuming".
This turned out to be the last song recorded by the latter, who died 4 January The result was a set of a cappella performances.
Arjona commented about this album that "music and women look better with little clothes. Problems playing this file? It lasts eight and a half minutes and is divided in three parts. The first is sung mainly with a piano. The second part is a ballad with Caribbean and Latin soundswith some salsa and Cuban influences. In IndependienteArjona returned to his trademark sound, which Torres helped craft. David Jeffries of Allmusic gave the album a somewhat positive review.
He compared the production values and musical style of Independiente with those of past albums Animal Nocturno and Historias, stating, "Returning fans will revel in this combination of freedom and growth, and appreciate the return of producer Tommy Torres, the man who has been behind the boards for quite a few of Arjona's most popular releases", referring precisely to the absence of Torres in the production of Poquita Ropa.
Inshe starred in Baila Conmigo, one of the biggest telenovelas of that year, as Andrea. Inshe released her sophomore effort, 24 Kilateswhich soldcopies in two weeks of its release. The album peaked at No. Rubio also recorded English versions of several songs which did not appear on the album. Some of these songs were released years later on the hits compilation I'm So in Love: EMI declined to release Paulina's first English crossover album, which was supposed to be the English version of the Planeta Paulina album due to weak sales of the Spanish version.
Because of that, Rubio got in a legal battle against EMI for not fulfilling what they had already planned. She eventually had to pay money so EMI could let her leave the record company.
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Except for her participation in 's successful Reencuentro Tour with Timbiriche, Rubio was absent from the music scene for nearly four years. On 23 MayRubio released her fifth album, Paulinaher first release under Universal Music Latino ; she was given complete control over the album. It became Rubio's first number-one album on Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart, and number on the US Billboardand was on the charts for more than two years.
Paulina was the best selling Latin album in the United States in selling over 1 million copies in the US alone. All singles have peaked inside the top ten in Mexico.
She then embarked on a tour across North America and Europe to promote Paulina. The album peaked at number five in Mexico, number 14 in Spain, and number nine in Canada.
On 21 Junethe Houston, Texas radio station In the fall ofRubio toured and performed material from Border Girl as the opening act for fellow Latin pop star Enrique Iglesias. It became her second album to debut at the top of the Top Latin Albums chart, and peaked at number on the Billboard The album's first single, " Te Quise Tanto ", became her biggest single to date, becoming her first single to reach the top position on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks chart for six non-consecutive weeks.
Its third single, " Dame Otro Tequila ", also reached number-one.
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She began her second solo tour and first solo world tour, called the Pau-Latina Tour in through It additionally won a Billboard Award in The music video as well as the song features American guitarist Slash.
It had a lower success, reaching numbers 36 on the Hot Latin Songs and 12 in Mexico. Rubio embarked on her second world tour Amor, Luz Y Sonido in In October, the Spanish edition of Cosmopolitan magazine featured her apparently naked underneath a red, white, and green sheet.
A government probe was open about whether or not she had desecrated Mexico's flag. The Mexican government said she may have violated an article in the National Flag, Shield and Anthem Law, which states that "private individuals will give the appropriate respect to the national symbol and handle it with care".
Gran City Pop[ edit ] Rubio released the album Gran City Pop on 23 Juneand was met with both critical acclaim and commercial success. The first single off the new album was called " Causa y Efecto ".
Speaking to a Mexican radio program, the "Golden Girl" said that the new material presented many changes, while also explaining: The album sold 10, copies in its first week of release in the United States. Later, a Spanish website published that Gran City Pop sold more than a million and a half copies worldwide.
Rubio's big comeback took place in the month of April at the Latin Billboard Music Awardswhere Rubio performed the lead single "Causa y Efecto" for the first time. Rubio performed live at Univision's Premios Juventudsinging "Causa y Efecto" with a different musical arrangement and choreography. She was the female performer with the most nominations and second most overall: It became Paulina's fourth No. The song also had success in Spain, where it topped the airplay charts for several weeks and peaked at No.
The music video was directed by acclaimed director, Jessy Terrero. On 11 November she released the official remix of "Ni Rosas Ni Juguetes" with a new video and it featured the Cuban rapper Pitbull.
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