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Mónica Naranjo

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Empiezo a Recordarte Mónica Naranjo 04:08
Sola Mónica Naranjo 04:10
Grande Gloria Trevi, Mónica Naranjo 03:52
Solo Se Vive una Vez Mónica Naranjo 04:13
El Amor Coloca Mónica Naranjo 04:03
Supernatural Mónica Naranjo 04:01
Oyeme Mónica Naranjo 04:59
Desátame Mónica Naranjo 04:48
No Voy a Llorar Mónica Naranjo 03:58
Si Tú No Vuelves (En directo Cover Night) Mónica Naranjo 03:48

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Hailed as a vocal powerhouse in the Spanish-speaking world, Mónica Naranjo is an iconic Spanish singer who has worked alongside celebrated vocalists like Luciano Pavarotti, Rocío Jurado, and Mina Mazzini. Born on May 23, 1974, in Figueres, Catalonia, she showed great interest in music from a very young age, using a voice recorder to compose and record her own songs. She launched her music career at the age of 18 in Mexico, releasing her debut album, Mónica Naranjo, in 1994, which included hit singles like "Sola" and "El Amor Coloca." Her second album, 1997's Palabra de Mujer, became a huge success, not only in Mexico but also in Spain and the US, selling over 2 million copies and earning her the Amigo Award for Best Spanish Female Solo Artist. Released in 2000, the Mina tribute album Minage featured the hit song "Sobreviviré," an empowering anthem against domestic violence that she performed at the Pavarotti and Friend gala. Minage also reached Number 1 in Spain, achieving quadruple platinum certification. Despite a brief lull in her career, her return in 2008 with the album Tarántula was triumphant, with the album soaring to the top of the charts in Spain and being certified platinum. Over the following years, Naranjo expanded her work into television, acting as a judge on Spanish programs such as Tu Cara Me Suena and Operación Triunfo 2018. She also ventured into reality television, presenting the popular yet controversial show La Isla de las Tentaciones in 2020. Preceded by the singles "Lágrimas de un Angel" and "Medusa," her eighth studio album Mimétika came out in 2022 and climbed to Number 2 on the Spanish charts.