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  1. Bienvenidos a Exhale Latino, el club de BreatheHeavy dedicado los fans de la música de habla hispana, en especial del pop. En este espacio podemos discutir en nuestro idioma la música y actualizaciones de nuestros artistas latinos e hispanos, rumores, aniversarios, camapañas de reproducción, etc, pero seguidores que no hablen español también son bienvenidos Esta comunidad aún está en construcción y necesita de la ayuda de todos ustedes, para mantener las actualizaciones y reporte de noticias. Antes de crear una nueva discusión o comentar, ten en cuenta lo siguiente: Positividad ante todo. En este foro no están permitidos los ataques ni entre usuarios o fandoms, ni a ninguno de nuestros artistas. Si no eres fan de alguien y no tienes nada positivo que decir, mejor no digas nada. Deja los insultos y ataques en Twitter. Si ves a alguien coportándose de manera incorrecta, repórtalo. Fuentes Confiables. Si vas a postear información, asegúrate que sea de origen confiable y de ser posible, proveniente de las fuentes oficiales o sitios de noticias de renombre. Si se trata de un rumor, provee la fuente de donde lo obtuviste para evitar engaños y confusiones. Amor a la música y cultura pop. Mientras respetes las reglas anteriores, siéntete libre de disfrutar de este espacio para compartir tu amor por la música, los artistas, una canción o disco en específico, o para compartir tu fanart, edits, el tour de tus sueños, etc. Si quieres iniciar un thread oficial para cualquier artista que aún no cuente con uno (que son bastantes) comunícate conmigo @PokemonSpears para generar un logo y banner. Si tienes ideas de cómo mejorar este foro, comenta aquí en este thread. Asegúrate de correr la voz a invitar a más fans latinos a que hagan uso de este foro, en particular este club. Si te interesa la música en inglés, también puedes explorar la sección general de Música, y por supuesto, la sección estelar de Exhale, el foro de Britney Spears.
  2. María Fernanda Blázquez Gil nació el 21 de julio de 1973 en la Ciudad de México. Es hija de padre español y su madre fue la cantante argentina Josefina Gil. Debutó en 1995 con su disco homónimo de corte pop juvenil, que incluía el que se convertiría en un clásico instantáneo Media Naranja, además de otros éxitos como La Noche se Mueve y Gatos en el Balcón. Dos discos más lanzados en 1996 y 1998 la coronarían como la reina de los noventas, experimentando con géneros que iban desde la balada hasta el euro-dance y electrónico. Azúcar Amargo, su más grande éxito fue grabado además en inglés y portugués y hasta la fecha sigue siendo una de las canciones más recordadas de la artista. Tras una pausa luego de la sobrecarga de trabajo que le darían sus primeros álbumes, así como una controversia con respecto a su edad y su relación con Mauricio Stern, regresa en 2002 con Vértigo, el disco predilecto de sus fans, cargado de estilos adelantados a su época, con sonidos y letras más oscuros. Sin embargo no obtendría el apoyo de su disquera, ni el éxito que ésta quería, y comienza de aquí en adelante una travesía entre casas discográficas con sus siguientes álbumes, incluído el tributo a Mecano, La Fuerza del Destino, hasta terminar como artista independiente. Aún así, en 2012 regresa temporalmente a Sony Music, su sello original, para lanzar su disco en vivo Primera Fila, donde reimaginó sus grandes éxitos en un estilo acústico, además de lanzar varios temas nuevos, como el sencillo promocional Frío. En los últimos años ha lanzado varios sencillos de manera esporádica, además de pertenecer a las primeras dos etapas del proyecto musical 90's Pop Tour. Fey ha lanzado 7 álbumes de estudio: Fey (1995) Tierna la Noche (1996) El Color de los Sueños (1998) Vértigo (2002) La Fuerza del Destino (2004) Faltan Lunas (2006) Dulce Tentación (2008) Redes sociales de Fey: Sitio Oficial / Twitter / YouTube / Facebook / Instagram / TikTok Spotify
  3. Mexican pop princess Fey is releasing her new single The Perfect Song tonight, featuring DJ and producer Paul Oakenfold who has remixed songs for many different artists, including Britney Spears (Gimme More), Madonna, Maroon 5, Michael Jackson, Adele among many others. Fey releases this as part of the celebration of her 25 years of career, having also uploaded some of the official music videos that were missing on her YouTube account, earlier this month. She's often called the "Queen of the 90's" in Mexico, since she gained a lot of popularity and success with her first three studio albums which were more teen/bubblegum pop oriented, however, she was one of the main artists to bring the electronic sounds and Euro Dance influences to the Latin scene, mostly in her deep cuts. In the 00's she explored even further these electronic genres, but since she went independent, she never got the same popularity she obtained at the beginning of her career. Some people often label her as "the Mexican Kylie Minogue" not only because of the musical style, but because they even argue they have similar physical features. Fey is even a self-proclaimed Kylie fan, naming Into the Blue the best song of 2014. The song premieres in about 3 hours, so make sure to check it out You can check more of Fey here:
  4. Well, many of you may not know her, but for all the Latin fans in here, Mexican singer Fey's 1996 hit Azúcar Amargo just hit 100M views on YouTube. This is huge considering she only has less than 300k subscribers on her official channel and has not had the support of a record label for many years now. Directed by Luis de Velasco and filmed in a museum, it premiered in October 1996, as the lead single off her second studio album Tierna la Noche. Thanks to its popularity, it helped the album get certified Gold in Mexico just one day after being released. Azúcar Amargo (translated as Bitter Sugar) is considered Fey's biggest hit of her career, topping the US Billboard Latin Pop Songs chart, as well as becoming #1 in Mexico, Colombia, Chile, Argentina, Bolivia, Peru and Top 10 in several other countries, such as Brazil; this came as a huge surprise, considering her debut single Media Naranja (1995) was also a big hit and nobody imagined she would surpass it. The teen pop song, written by Mario Ablanedo and produced by José Ramón Flórez, starts as a slow piano ballad during its first verse, only to explode into an energetic Dance track starting from the second verse till the end. It talks about discovering the betrayal of her partner and having to make the decision to leave him despite still loving him, with analogies that describe the duality of the situation, such as the title of the track, bitter sugar, as well as other comparatives like being an angel and a devil. A very distinctive choreography for the chorus has remained imprinted in the memories of thousands of fans, and she herself keeps doing it 25 years later. She has performed the song in all of her tours since it was released, and she's stated she feels very proud of it and would never get tired of the song. The song was re-released in 2012 as a single from her live album Primera Fila. Fey was an icon of the 90's Pop music in Mexico and many Latin American countries. Not just her music, but as a fashion icon she influenced the way girls dressed up, to the point she even released a clothing line and accessories line, and was the image of many brands, including Fanta. A version in English and Portuguese of the song were released as well, though they're unknown to most of the public. Fey, who is turning 48 years this month, has teased to be planning more music, but meanwhile she keeps serving looks in her social media. @Midnight
  5. 2020 was an unusually rough year that affected all of our lives at a global level. The music industry was one of the most impacted since artists make the most of their revenue out of concerts, which have been shut down due to the ongoing pandemic. However, many artists took this as an opportunity to release their music in more creative ways. Eventually, shooting music videos was allowed if the safety measures were taken, live streamed concerts became the trend, and somehow we were able to have new music throughout the year to make our lives a bit happier in these strange times. I want to make this thread to focus specifically in the work that Latin artists have done, mostly women (and mostly pop) so if you're not familiar with music in Spanish you may discover something interesting, and if you are, then let's appreciate together what 2020 has given us. It's the 90's all over again The Latin divas of the 90's kept us entertained throughout the year, and suddenly it didn't feel like almost three decades have passed since the days when they were the ones dominating the popularity lists. Shakira Shakira celebrated the 25th anniversary of her album Pies Descalzos in 2020, which despite being actually her third studio album, it's usually considered the first one since it's the one that actually catapulted her to stardom. On February 02,her 43rd birthday, she performed along with Jennifer Lopez at the Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show Later in March she released the music video for the collaboration with Anuel AA, Me Gusta, which had been released in January. Before ending the year, she gave us a new viral Tik Tok dance in the music video of Black Eyed Peas' GIRL LIKE ME, as well as showing us her skateboarding abilities. But it wasn't all drought in the months in between, since she released a live performance of Antología from her latest live DVD released last year, and they also uploaded three music videos that were previously unavailable on her official YouTube channel. Thalia Thalia was one of the busiest though. She celebrated 30 years of solo career (she was previously part of the 80's band Timbiriche) and in 2020 she gave us collaborations as if her life depended on it and in May she released Viva Kids Vol. 2, her second album for kids. She started the year releasing Ya Tú Me Conoces in January, featuring Mau y Ricky. Then in February she collaborated with Río Roma on Lo Siento Mucho. It also had a mariachi version. Then in March she was featured on Pabllo Vittar's single Tímida In May is when we got the kids album, and she even released music videos for that one: Mi No Cumpleaños and Mis Tradiciones. She also participated in the mega collaboration organized by Sony Music Latin, a reimagined version of Diego Torres' Color Esperanza. Por Amor al Arte was released in June as the 8th single off her 2018 album Valiente. A lyric video was served for it. That month she also appeared on Leslie Shaw's Estoy Soltera along with Farina. In August she called Myke Towers to appear on her 2:02 minutes long La Luz, a reggaeton-pop club banger. In September, she appeared on another multi collaboration, this time David Guetta's Pa' la Cultura, a charity single released to support the immigrants affected due to COVID-19. Farina's Ten Cuidao featured Thalia in October. In the music video we see her as a queen and a gangster? This videoshoot also gave us her recreation of Britney's Oops!... I Did It Again. Later that month, we got her third collaboration with Farina, this time featuring Sofía Reyes too. TICK TOCK was the name of the song, and they released a Facebook video series to show the journey of releasing this track. In November she released her own rendition of José Feliciano's Christmas classic Feliz Navidad. But it doesn't stop there. Throughout the year she released the HD version of many of the videos she's put out throughout her career, such as Amor a la Mexicana (European Remix), Entre el Mar y una Estrella, Regresa a Mí, Me Pones **** (I Want You), Reencarnación, Cerca de Ti, Mariang Taga Barrio and María la del Barrio. She also released new lyric videos for old songs: Gloria Trevi With more than 30 years of career, she started in January with Grande, a song that features Mónica Naranjo, a Spanish singer that was very important in he 90's music scene. The empowerment anthem was dedicated to those that have suffered of bullying and humiliations throughout their life, especially the LGBTQ community which makes up most of the fanbase of both artists. After the lockdown, she was inspired to create a softer song, Demasiado Frágiles. She had to cancel the last dates of her tour due to the COVID pandemic, but fortunately she recorded a DVD last year of her shows in Mexico City. Diosa de la Noche: En Vivo desde la Arena Ciudad de México was released in August. Fun Fact: she's the biggest Mexican touring force in the world, and was named among the 50 highest-grossing female touring artists of the 21st century, above singers like Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez or Avril Lavigne. In December she participated in a Christmas album Eterna Navidad, along with many other artists. In May she also participated in the Mexican version of Color Esperanza, which was a mashup with Sólo le Pido a Dios, and also featured Fey, our following artist. Fey La Reina de los 90s celebrated 25 years of career this year. Though she only released one single, a cover of a Paul Oakenfold song that had been released in 2016, retitled as The Perfect Song, she participated in several virtual concerts and performances throughout the year. She also broadcasted her 2018 Desnuda Tour as part of the 25th anniversary celebration. She also uploaded to her official channel a couple of missing videos from her 2004 Mecano tribute, La Fuerza del Destino. Lynda Thomas Lynda, who started in the 90s along with Fey and Shakira, but retired in 2002, gave us a couple of gifts too. Since her "comeback" in 2018, she's released a few sparse singles, and this year she released Bien, a jolly, winter-y, not-a-ballad,-not-yet-a-Christmas song, She also recreated her 1999 hit Corazón Perdido, as a more stripped-down, acoustic version. Litzy An unexpected comeback to music was that of Litzy. She started in the kids group Jeans in he 90's, recording only one album with he band before starting a solo career. She released three albums and then focused on acting, having a very successful career. In 2017 she joined the 90's Pop Tour along with Fey and many other representative artists of the decade, but her formal comeback was this year with a live concert Vuelta en U. No Hay Palabras features another 90's icon, Lidia Ávila, member of OV7. She even made a cover of Alicia Keys' No One Paulina Rubio Paulina Rubio was probably the least active, though she did participate in some livestreamed transmissions. In March she appeared as a featured artist on Raymix's Tú y Yo Paulina's plans for 2020 were shut down even before the pandemic. Just like Enrique Iglesias and Ricky Martin were supposed to embark on a joint tour this year (which has since been postponed for next year) Paulina was supposed to collaborate in a tour with Mexican singer Alejandra Guzmán, another diva of the 90's. Everything was ready to be announced and the rumors were stronger than anything. The expectations were high, because the two singers were once rivals in the beginning of the 90's, being involved in a love triangle with fellow Mexican artist Erik Rubín. They even recorded a song together, a cover from the 80's classic Ni Tú Ni Nadie, and the video eventually leaked, though in low quality. They never confirmed the reasons why the tour and single were cancelled, but rumor has it that Paulina's lack of punctuality to the video shoot was enough for Alejandra to quit the project. I'm still waiting for the HD version So this is just the beginning, there's still many other artists we need to talk about, such as Danna Paola, Farina, Aitana, RBD, Reik, Paty Cantú, etc, but I hope other Exhalers help me with that Meanwhile, here's a Spotify playlist with some of the songs I could gather, but we can always make it bigger
  6. So probably, most of you have never heard of Fey, but she once was our Mexican version of Britney Spears back in the 90's (well, before Britney was even Britney lol). She ruled that decade with her first three albums, that were packed with bubblegum, teen pop jams, but also had a lot of Euro and Dance influences. Her career has had many up and downs ever since she decided to explore new sounds and was forced to quit the major record labels to go independent (even though she went back to Sony for a while when she released her acoustic album in 2012). She released her first album Fey in 1995 so this year was supposed to be the celebration of the 25th anniversary, but due to our current situation, she decided to record this sort of concert at home. This is Me Enamoro de Ti, the fifth single from her debut album. Edit: so this is actually part of the 90's Pop Tour concert from home where other artists participated, but she's using it as part of the celebration of her career. A few weeks ago, she had already recorded another video from home, for the anniversary of her debut single, Media Naranja. A peculiarity about her career was that she was forced to lie about her age when she came out, saying she was 17 years old, when in reality she was 22. She's actually older than her peers from back in the day, Shakira and Mónica Naranjo, which were already singing for a more adult audience since the beginning of their careers while Fey kept appealing to teenagers and kids. She was a trendsetter when it comes to fashion, with all the girls trying to dress up like her and wear the same accessories. Her debut album Fey sold more than 2.5M copies worldwide and her second album Tierna la Noche, more than 4 million. She's often nicknamed the Queen of the 90's. In recent years she's became quite the sensation due to the pictures she's been sharing on her Instagram, which show her in a more provocative way, different than anything she's ever done in her career.
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