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  1. Lynda Thomas is a Mexican singer that was very popular in the 90's, with many hits in the genre of teen pop / dance. Actually, Lynda was born in the same city I'm from She was one of the few acts that managed to survive the 90's and transition into a new sound in the 2000's. Her image and style changed for something more urban and pop/rock but she always had conflicts regarding that aspect, both internally and with label execs and the people that managed the entertainment industry that set certain standards for women, especially pop singers. Her last album was released in 2002, and ever since she basically retired, at the peak of her success. She stopped releasing music on her own or making public appearances, but she kept working behind the scenes as producer and songwriter for many of the pop bands that came out in the mid 00's, such as RBD and Kudai, but after that she simply vanished. For more than 10 years, her location was a mystery, fans and media alike ignored where she lived or if she was even alive. It wasn't until 2018 that Ari Borovoy, a former peer of hers from the Mexican music scene, contacted her to participate on the 90's Pop Tour. They convinced her to appear as a guest performer in several concerts, and ever since, she "came back" at least with a presence on social media. She's released a couple of songs in this time, including a new Christmas bop, but the projects she teased since 2018, which were a book and a new sort of album / concert with a mix of her hits reworked with new arrangements, and completely new songs that she hasn't released before, haven't come to fruition and she tends to disappear from social media for long periods of time. Yesterday she uploaded a new version of her 1999 hit Corazón Perdido This was the original version She's also announced a new single coming out this Thursday https://www.instagram.com/p/CHs-R2-Bnwi/ She obviously does all of this independently, with no association to any record label and with no intention of doing a full comeback, since she's now dedicated to her son, and I think the time she spent in the limelight really hurt her forever. These are some of her hits, where you can see the evolution she had throughout her short career: Her career is so abandoned that her official Youtube channel was mixed up with some Lynda Sherizade whoever that is
  2. On October 9, 1990, Mexican singer Thalía released her first album, called Thalía too (it would be the first of three homonym albums ). After being part of the most successful pop band in Mexico at the time, Timbiriche, from 1987 to 1989, she decided to leave the band and move the United States to study at the UCLA. She learned English, besides taking dance, singing and acting classes. She returned to Mexico to record her first LP produced Alfredo Díaz Ordaz whom she would later become romantically involved. The album sold over 200K copies in Mexico, and she's released 15 other albums ever since, as well as several compilations, live albums and EP's. 4 singles were released to promote the album: Un Pacto Entre los Dos, Saliva, Amarillo Azul and Pienso en Ti. Sadly, her first three records are very hard to find on digital platforms due to problems with the record label. She also had an acting career from the late 80s until 2000, and she was known as the Queen of Telenovelas in Mexico. Her music style has changed a lot over the years, and she continues very active to this day. Just yesterday she released her latest single, a collaboration with Colombian artist Farina. Related:
  3. Mexican pop princess Fey is releasing her new single The Perfect Song tonight, featuring DJ and producer Paul Oakenfold who has remixed songs for many different artists, including Britney Spears (Gimme More), Madonna, Maroon 5, Michael Jackson, Adele among many others. Fey releases this as part of the celebration of her 25 years of career, having also uploaded some of the official music videos that were missing on her YouTube account, earlier this month. She's often called the "Queen of the 90's" in Mexico, since she gained a lot of popularity and success with her first three studio albums which were more teen/bubblegum pop oriented, however, she was one of the main artists to bring the electronic sounds and Euro Dance influences to the Latin scene, mostly in her deep cuts. In the 00's she explored even further these electronic genres, but since she went independent, she never got the same popularity she obtained at the beginning of her career. Some people often label her as "the Mexican Kylie Minogue" not only because of the musical style, but because they even argue they have similar physical features. Fey is even a self-proclaimed Kylie fan, naming Into the Blue the best song of 2014. The song premieres in about 3 hours, so make sure to check it out You can check more of Fey here:
  4. Who? Nowadays, after urban music has taken over the mainstream radio and became the biggest force when it comes to streaming in Latin America, it's hard to imagine that at some point the Pop genre used to rule the music scene. In the last half of the 00's, RBD was the Mexican band that helped to popularize the teen pop and pop/rock genre even more, and after they disbanded in 2009, no pop act enjoyed a similar level of success as theirs, and then reggaeton and urban music in general took over. In January 2008 they released Empezar Desde Cero, the second single off their fifth studio album of the same name, released in 2007. An extra cheesy and more bubblegum-pop-ish compared to the rest of their discography, it was chosen by the fans as the next single and it has the particular distinction that is mainly sung by Maite Perroni, a member of the band that wasn't featured a lot in most of the songs throughout their different albums, since she didn't really have a singing background as Anahí or Dulce María did. After many years since their music was wiped out of music streaming services, due to legal issues with the owners of the group's rights and the record label, their music catalog was finally made available last week, on Spotify, Apple Music and especially YouTube, where they uploaded lyric videos for all of their songs, as well as the official music videos (some were uploaded, while others were unlocked). One of the missing videos though, was Empezar Desde Cero, which has been uploaded today in high quality. To most of you, RBD might be unfamiliar if you're not used to listen to music in Spanish, and even more a group that's been disbanded for more than a decade, but if you really like pop music, make sure to give it a try: They have a strong fanbase, that is still alive after all these years, and they were the main ones that kept asking for their catalogue to be available again. Last week, they even broke some records on Spotify, with no other promotion than some small Twitter clips made by their members: I miss my teenage years
  5. As you know, RBD's catalogue arrived to Spotify, Itunes and other streaming platforms few days ago. Well, after 12 years of the band's split, RBD has broken records. Suprassed BTS's record as the most followed playlist in 24 hours. "THIS IS RBD" got 175,000 followers in less than 24 hours. BTS's record was 125,000. Right now, the playlist got 280,000 followers in less than 48 hours. The song 'Sálvame' got 12M streaming in only 45 minutes. RBD's albums has been charting in Itunes' top 50 and top 20. (Latin American and Europe) They did not promo for this comeback and they were banned from radio back in the day. THE IMPACT IS REAL! All of their albums are on physical formats in mexican stores again. Next 4th, October, 2020, the band will be making a special annoucement to all their fans around the world. Register on https://seroparecer.world/ and be ready to be part of this new era of RBD. It's rumoured to be a new worldwide tour or virtual concert. I'm not gonna lie, I'm so excited! Even Billboard is excited... https://newsroom.spotify.com/2020-09-03/rbd-the-global-pop-phenomenon-brings-its-entire-catalog-to-spotify/ You can listen to the playlist here:
  6. Mexican Pop singers María José and Belinda are two of the coaches on the current season of The Voice - Mexico and they've joined forces to perform María José's 2013 single Prefiero Ser Su Amante (which could translate to I'd Rather Be His Lover) proving why they earned their place on the show. Watch the performance below: María José "La Josa" was part of the pop band Kabah from 1992 to 2005, when the group split, after which she embarked on a solo career earning several hits ever since. Unintentionally or not, she's been characterized for covering songs from the 80's, being No Soy Una Señora her biggest hit In 2015 the group came back for a joint tour with archenemy group from the 90's OV7, and María José joined them for the most part of it. One of the most iconic moments of the concert was her high note or "grito" while performing their 90's hit Vive. Starts at around 2:46 all the way through 3:10 lol She hasn't been part of the group's latest projects since she left this tour, which were the tours Únete a la Fiesta and 90's Pop Tour. You can see more of Belinda here:
  7. A guy just posted this on a facebook group her top city of listeners is Mexico City YAAAAS BRITNEY!!! Come to Mexico, bring us POM pleaseee
  8. How is this possible? the Deluxe version is two times and also the standard version how flawless is my country? today i listened CLUMSY TWO TIMES and MAKE ME one time in less than 30 minutes!!! and they are talking in the radio a lot about the carpool karaoke (bullshit but whatever) this is the closest we have been to the Circus era here, im going to get my physical copy later someone explain this slayage plz
  9. This is, my third post ever; yet, I've been here since the beginning of BreatheHeavy, honest, si please bare with me. Pretty please. First, i think it's fair to tell you a bit about me: I'm 30, Im from Mexico City. I was in the 2002 concert that didn't get canceled suspended. I was also there for the Femme Fatale show.........also, I bought Stages, and, just to "support" her, Crossroads on DVD...and Chaotic. I've seen Piece of Me, I saw the Circus Tour live, I've seen Piece of Me, , I think The Onyx Hotel was her best, I HATE the filmed Miami show. I yelled at TV in the 2007 VMA's. I hated the Femme Fatale era. I KNOW this all went wrong with her knee injury filming Outrageous. I just didn't believe what I was seeing. One time I gave Curious as a git to a "girlfriend" of mine. This might seem unrelated, but I've worked in marketing for quite some time, so I also understand the "Britney Spears" brand. So... For the VMA's, I'd like to share and comment with you my own personal thoughts. If you disagree, I'm OK with that, but please, don't be rude. I'll try to be concise. 1.- I'd like her to drop much of her choreography and I'd LOVE her to get in front of a real mic. SINGING., you know using her hand to actually use a mic. The one thing I like most about the Glory songs is that she's singing. I really, really, really, really would like for her to enjoy performing live. I don't care about her dancing anymore, and I don't really mind. What I do mind is the kind of kinda dancing, being carried, by the dancers, driving a prop, the sofa gig, the poles... MAN, do I HAAAATE the poles. But above it all, I REEEAAAAALLLLLYYYY hate her outfits. 2.- I think that we all share the same felling and that's why we are really nervous about the VMA's. 3.- My ideal show would be to with her taking a chance with a mic, playing that Make Me is a slow song, she stops a while to dance, and returns to SING and let the rest of her production team make her look great. She barely even makes the choreographies we all tried to do some time anymore. BTW; my favorite one is Me Against The Music tied with Slave. 4.- That's it. The Glory songs sound really good. There's a post here about wanting to share her songs and playing them in public for the first time since Blackout. I 100% agree. The best critics I've read take notice that she sounds ALIVE. And here's the hard cold true: beside some great Piece of Me moments, ever since the Circus tour she just plays a part on a grand spectacle, but she's not being the protagonist. But still... If I'd like to change ONE thing; I'd would be the outfits. One last thing.... MY VERY OWN personal Britney moment, is this AMAZING show. (Thank you, Madonna) <iframe width="480" height="360" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/501_c0r54L0" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> Thanks for reading!
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