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Alejandro Fernandez - Rompiendo Fronteras (2017)

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Alejandro Fernandez - Rompiendo Fronteras (2017)
Artist: Alejandro Fernandez
Title Of Album: Rompiendo Fronteras
Year Of Release: 2017
Label: Universal Music
Country: EU
Genre: Latin Pop
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Bitrate: Lossless
Time: 36:19 min
Full Size: 243 MB


01. Quiero Que Vuelvas
02. Tienes Que Entender
03. Se Que Te Duele (feat. Morat)
04. Agridulce
05. Pude
06. Inocente
07. En Lo Correcto
08. Cuando Mas Te Amaba
09. No Pude
10. Un Beso A Medias
11. Cuando Gane La Distancia

One of Mexico's biggest international superstars of the new millennium, Alejandro Fern?ndez first established himself in the early '90s as a champion of ranchera music before crossing over to the Latin pop mainstream in 1997 with the chart-topping album Me Estoy Enamorando. Born on April 24, 1971, in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, Fern?ndez is the son of ranchera icon Vicente Fern?ndez, which inspired the media to nickname him El Potrillo (the Little Colt). Beginning with his self-titled debut album in 1992, Fern?ndez followed in the footsteps of his father, performing traditional Mexican music of the Jalisco region such as mariachi. While this phase of Fern?ndez's career -- including the albums Alejandro Fernandez (1992), Piel de Ni?a (1993), Grandes Exitos a la Manera de Alejandro Fernandez (1994), Que Seas Muy Feliz (1995), and Muy Dentro de Mi Coraz?n (1996), all of which were produced by Pedro Ram?rez -- spawned a steady series of hit singles, his career skyrocketed to new heights of success with the 1997 release of Me Estoy Enamorando. Produced by Emilio Estefan, Jr. and Kike Santander -- far and away the preeminent Latin pop production team of the era -- the album marked the crossover of Fern?ndez into the realm of mainstream pop. Not only did Me Estoy Enamorando itself top Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart; it also spawned four Hot Latin Tracks chart-toppers: "Si T? Supieras," "En el Jard?n" (a duet with Gloria Estefan), "No S? Olvidar," and "Yo Nac? Para Amarte." As if to reassure his fan base that he hadn't abandoned his roots, Fern?ndez reunited with longtime producer Pedro Ram?rez in 1999 and returned to ranchera music on Mi Verdad, before collaborating once again with Estefan and Santander on another pop-oriented chart-topper, Entre Tus Brazos, in 2000. In subsequent years, Fern?ndez continued to alternate between traditional albums of ranchera music (Or?genes, 2001; Ni?a, Amada M?a, 2003) and those oriented toward contemporary Latin pop (A Coraz?n Abierto, 2004; Viento a Favor, 2007). In addition, he began regularly releasing live in-concert albums (Un Canto de M?xico, 2002; En Vivo: Juntos por Ultima Vez, 2003; M?xico-Madrid: En Directo y Sin Escalas, 2005) and also released his first greatest-hits collection, 15 A?os de ?xitos (2008). Following the end of his seven-album contract with Sony, Fern?ndez left the label and signed to Fonovisa. Sony then tried to release an album of his previously unreleased tracks; Fern?ndez sued, and 6,000 copies of the album were seized by police. In 2009, under his new label, he launched an ambitious project called Dos Mundos, which consisted of two separate albums, Evoluci?n and Tradici?n, released on the same day -- the former more Latin pop, the latter traditional ranchera and mariachi music. (Predictably, Evoluci?n fared slightly better on the pop charts, although both albums were hits.) He then took the new music on tour, resulting in the live album Dos Mundos: Revoluci?n (2010). Fern?ndez began recording again in 2012, working in Los Angeles with producer Phil Ramone. The resulting album, titled Confidencias, included duets with Christina Aguilera on "Hoy Tengo Ganas de Ti," Rod Stewart on "Nobody Knows When You're Down and Out," and most poetically, his father Vicente on "Me Olvid? de Vivir." Released in July 2013, the album hit the top of the charts in Mexico and Spain, and continued to chart for over a year. ~ Jason Birchmeier

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