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Olga Tañón

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Es Mentiroso Olga Tañón 04:02
Mi Eterno Amor Secreto Olga Tañón 05:11
Mega Mix Olga Tañón 12:49
Es Mentiroso Olga Tañón 03:58
Ojalá Olga Tañón, Nacho 03:39
Como Olvidar Olga Tañón 04:39
Me Cambio Por Ella Olga Tañón 04:37
Asi Es el Amor Olga Tañón, Wisin 03:34
Soltemos al Mundo Daniel Santacruz, Olga Tañón 03:33
Todo Pasará Olga Tañón, Alex Zurdo, Abraham Velazquez 03:45

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Olga Teresa Tañón Ortiz (April 13, 1967) is a merengue and Latin pop singer from Puerto Rico. Born in Santurce and raised in Levittown, she rose to fame after participating in the talent show Buscando Estrellas with one of her own original compositions. In the following years, she achieved international success with the band Las Nenas de Ringo y Jossie and scored her first big hit with the song "Aunque Tú No Quieras" as a member of the merengue girl group Chantelle. After signing with WEA Latina, she made her solo debut in 1992 with the album Sola, which won Album of the Year at the Lo Nuestro Awards. Her meteoric ascent to the top continued with Mujer de Fuego (1993), Siente el Amor (1994), and the Tex-Mex album Nuevos Senderos (1996), her first album to receive gold certification in the United States. Produced by Los Bukis' Marco Antonio Solís, Nuevos Senderos climbed to Number 2 on the US Latin charts thanks to the chart-topping single "Basta Ya." Released in 1997, her fifth full-length Llévame Contigo reached Number 1 on Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart and was followed by the equally successful Te Acordarás de Mí in 1998. In 2001, she won her first Grammy award thanks to her 1999 live album Olga Viva, Viva Olga. The Puerto Rican singer would go on to receive one more Grammy for Yo Por Ti (2001) and three Latin Grammys for the albums Sobrevivir (2003), Una Nueva Mujer (2006), and Olga Tañón y Punto (2017).