paulina rubio

Paulina Rubio, is a celebrated Mexican singer, songwriter, and television personality. Known as “The Golden Girl” and “Princess of Latin Pop,” Rubio first rose to fame as a member of the pop group Timbiriche from 1982 to 1991. Following her departure from Timbiriche, she launched a successful solo career, releasing her debut album “La Chica Dorada” in 1992. Over her career, she has sold more than 20 million records, making her one of the best-selling Latin music artists of all time​.

Rubio’s solo career has been marked by a series of successful albums and numerous accolades. Her early albums, such as “La Chica Dorada” and “24 Kilates,” solidified her status as EMI Latin’s best-selling Mexican female artist. She continued to experiment with her music, adopting dance and electronic styles in albums like “El Tiempo Es Oro” and “Planeta Paulina.” In 2000, she released “Paulina,” which became an international success and earned her critical acclaim and commercial success, making her the best-selling Latin music artist of 2001 according to Billboard​.

Throughout the 2000s, Rubio continued to dominate the Latin music scene with albums like “Border Girl,” “Pau-Latina,” “Ananda,” and “Gran City Pop.” These albums not only topped the charts but also earned her numerous awards, including Grammy and Latin Grammy nominations. Rubio has also been recognized for her contributions to Latin music with several Billboard Latin Music Awards, Lo Nuestro Awards, and MTV Latinoamérica Awards​.

Paulina Rubio’s most recent album, “Deseo,” was released in 2018 after a seven-year hiatus. The album showcases her versatility and features collaborations with various artists and producers. It includes hits like “Desire (Me Tienes Loquita)” and “Suave y Sutil,” demonstrating her continued relevance in the music industry. With “Deseo,” Rubio once again proved her ability to adapt and thrive in the evolving landscape of Latin pop music​.