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El Ultimo Adiós Ricky Martin, Alejandro Sanz, Thalia, Juan Luis Guerra 4.40 03:57
I Want You Thalia, Fat Joe 03:46
Quién Será Julio Iglesias, Thalia 03:41
Lindo Pero Bruto Thalia, Lali 02:57
Lento Thalia, Gente De Zona 03:36
No Me Acuerdo Thalia, Natti Natasha 03:37
Mujer Latina Thalia 03:36
Color Esperanza 2020 Diego Torres, Nicky Jam, Reik, Camilo 03:37
Desde Esa Noche (feat. Maluma) Thalia, Maluma 03:47
A Quien Le Importa Thalia 03:44

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Ariadna Thalía Sodi Miranda, better known by her stage name Thalía, was born on August 26, 1971 in Mexico City. The woman who would become known as the "Queen of Latin Pop" might never have been able to sing, for traumatized at the age of six by the death of her father from diabetes, she suffered from childhood disintegrative disorder and lost her voice for almost a year. She was also bullied at school. When she was nine, she became a singer in a children's group called Pac Man, then Din-Din. This group released four albums between 1982 and 1983. In 1984, she went solo. She then joined the cast of Vaselina, a children's adaptation of Grease, as an actress and singer. In 1986, she became a member of the group Timbiriche, with whom she recorded four albums, and the following year made her TV acting debut in a telenovela, Pobre Señorita Limantour. In 1990, she released her first solo album, soberly named Thalía, from which four singles were taken: "Amarillo Azul", "Pienso en Ti" (11th in Mexico), "Un Pacto entre los Dos " (16th), and "Saliva ." She followed this up with a second opus, Mundo de Cristal, in 1991. She then left for Spain to create her third album, Love, supported by the singles "Sangre" (2nd), "Love" (5th), and "La Vida en Rosa." It reaches number 15 on Billboard's specialized Latin Pop Albums chart in the USA. She was signed to EMI, which released her fourth album, En Extasis, in 1995. It is accompanied by the hit single "Piel Morena " (7th on the US Latin on the Billboard charts). In 1997, the singer further extended her fame with Amor a la Mexicana, produced by Emilio Estefan. This album included the hits "Mujer Latina" (13th in Spain), "Por Amor" (55th in Romania), and "Amor a la Mexicana " (2nd in Spain). In 2000, Thalía released her sixth album, Arrasando (1st on Billboard's US Latin Pop chart), which earned her a Latin Grammy Award for Best Album Achievement. Her second album of the same name, released in 2002, reached number 126 on the US album chart in its Spanish version, and number 11 in its English version. Between 2012 and 2014, she topped the Mexican charts with the albums Habitame Siempre, Viva Kids Vol. 1, and Amore Mío. She extended her catalog in the 2020s with Viva Kids Vol. 2 in 2020, Desamorfosis the following year, and Thalía's Mixtape in 2023. A Mucha Honra, an album that explored Regional Mexican music, arrived in 2024. It featured the singles "Choro" with Estilo Sin Límite, "Troca" with Ángela Aguilar, and "Te Va a Doler" with Grupo Firme, which peaked at number 53 on the Regional Mexican Airplay charts.