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Marcela Morelo

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La Salida Marcela Morelo, Rozalén 03:22
Corazón Salvaje Marcela Morelo 04:26
No Podrás Marcela Morelo 03:15
La Vida Es un Carnaval (feat. Los Palmeras) Marcela Morelo, Los Palmeras 03:42
Luna Bonita Marcela Morelo 04:08
Para Toda la Vida Marcela Morelo 03:47
Ponernos de Acuerdo Marcela Morelo 04:25
Me Conquistaste Marcela Morelo, Rodrigo Tapari 03:51
La Historia Sin Final Marcela Morelo 02:52
Lo Dejaría Todo Marcela Morelo 04:22

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Signed to BMG Ariola ahead of her first release, Argentinian singer-songwriter and guitarist Marcela Morelo (born on December 13th, 1969 in Lanús) was teed up for stardom from the outset of her career. The Spanish-language hitmaker shifted over 100,000 copies of her 1997 debut album, Manantial, which also included international chart smashes in the form of the singles “La fuerza del engaño” and “Corazón salvaje”. The LP also scooped up two coveted Gardel Awards in Argentina for Best New Artist and Best Female Pop Album, sowing the seeds for a long and successful career. Maintaining a release cycle of an album every two years up until 2009, Morelo landed a top 40 hit in Italy with 1999’s “Para toda la vida” and a top ten in Spain with “Tormento de amor”, while continuing to make inroads in her home country. Her fifth album, 2005’s saccharine pop effort Morelo 5, signalled a stylistic departure from its predecessors, although continued to foreground love songs. Her seventh, 2009’s Otro Plan, bagged her yet another Gardel Award, as did 2012’s El Club de Los Milagros and 2016’s Espinas Y Pétalos. Going into the 2010s, Morelo began to increasingly collaborate with other pop stars, calling upon Carlos Rivera for “No voy a cambiarte”, Destino San Javier for “Si tú te vas”, Rozalén for “La salida” and Soledad for “Almas gemelas”. Her tenth studio album, Tu Mejor Plan, arrived in 2020, with numerous tracks including its lead single “No Podrás” adopting a retro dance-pop sound.