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Soledad

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Top canciones del artista

Que Nadie Sepa Mi Sufrir Lila Downs, Niña Pastori, Soledad 03:50
Yo No Te Pido la Luna Soledad, Mya 02:51
Brindis Soledad 04:25
La Raíz de Mi Tierra Lila Downs, Niña Pastori, Soledad 04:12
Yo Vengo a Ofrecer Mi Corazón Las Voces de Latinoamérica, Lila Downs, Teresa Parodi, Susana Baca 04:04
Tengo Derecho A Ser Felíz José Luis Rodríguez, Soledad 05:07
Chacarera para Mi Vuelta Lila Downs, Niña Pastori, Soledad 03:12
Sodade Lila Downs, Niña Pastori, Soledad 03:49
Cumbia del Mole Lila Downs, Niña Pastori, Soledad 03:00
La Suavecita Los Palmeras, Soledad 04:47

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Born on October 12, 1980, in the small town of Arequito, Argentine singer Soledad Pastorutti (commonly known as La Sole) is credited with re-popularizing Argentine folkloric music among younger audiences in the late 20th century. At the age of 15, a stellar performance at the legendary Cosquín festival helped her secure a deal with Sony Music Argentina, which released her major-label debut Poncho al Viento in 1996. Thanks to the popularity of the single "A Don Ata," the album reached the top of the local charts and eventually became one of the best-selling Argentine albums of all time. Her meteoric ascent to stardom continued with the LPs La Sole (1997), the live album A Mi Gente (1998), and Yo Sí Quiero a Mi País (1999), produced by Emilio Estefan. Over the next few years, she slowly began incorporating elements from pop music into her repertoire on releases such as Soledad (2000), Libre (2001), and Adonde Vayas (2003). Folklore, a collection of traditional Argentine songs, appeared in 2008 and was followed by the live recordings La Fiesta: Juntos de Verdad (2009) with Chaqueño Palavecino and Los Nocheros, and Vivo en Arequito (2010). After winning Album of the Year at the 2014 Latin Grammys for the full-length Raíz, recorded in collaboration with Niña Pastori and Lila Downs, Soledad resumed her solo career with the albums Vivir Es Hoy (2015) and Parte de Mí (2020), both of which cracked the Top 5 of the Argentine charts. In 2022, she issued the Latin-tinged singles "Lágrimas y Flores" with Natalie Pérez and "Yo No Te Pido la Luna" featuring pop music duo Mya.