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La Calle De Las Sirenas Kabah 03:52
Vive Kabah 03:39
Al Pasar Kabah 03:24
La Calle de las Sirenas OV7, Kabah 04:35
Mai Mai Kabah 03:38
La vida que va Kabah 03:37
Al Pasar (with Alejandra Guzmán) Kabah 03:30
Una Ilusion Kabah 03:53
Vive OV7, Kabah 04:57
Te Necesito Kabah 03:52

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Founded in Mexico City in 1992, Kabah is a staple in the Latin pop scene, known for its vibrant blend of pop and dance music. Formed by siblings Federica and Andrés Quijano, alongside their cousin Sergio O'Farrill, neighbor María José Loyola, and friends René Ortíz Martínez and Daniela Magún, the band was named after a Mayan archeological site. Their journey began with a cover of "Encontré el Amor," originally by The Party, which they later recorded alongside "Somos Tan Diferentes" for a demo tape. Despite initial setbacks, the group found its footing targeting younger audiences. In 1994, they signed with Polygram Music, released their eponymous studio debut, and found acclaim on the talent show Valores Juveniles. Kabah the album featured their first two singles and other hits such as "Lero, Lero" and "Al Pasar." Their sophomore effort, La Calle de las Sirenas, released in 1996, skyrocketed them to international fame. Over the following years, Kabah cemented its place within the world of Latin pop through releases like Esperanto (1998), which sold 100,000 copies in the first week and was certified double-platinum in Mexico, XNE (2000), and La Vida Que Va (2002). Their final album, El Pop (2005), marked the end of an era before their disbandment on December 31, 2005. However, the pop group made a triumphant return in 2015 with the OV7 Kabah Tour, re-establishing their presence in the Latin pop market. In the late 2010s, they embarked on the 90's Pop Tour alongside fellow pop artists OV7, JNS, Magneto, Calo Mercurio, and The Sacados. Their story continued into the 2020s as they signed with BOBO Production and started promoting concert events under the sub-unit Rainbow Tour with JNS. Their relentless touring activity with the 90's Pop Tour project spawned several successful live albums, including 2022's 90's Pop Tour 4.