Sign Up Now | Log In

Member Login


Paty Cantu - Corazon Bipolar (Edicion Especial) (2013)

15-09-2013, 07:06
Music | World | Latin | Pop

Paty Cantu - Corazon Bipolar (Edicion Especial) (2013)

Artist: Paty Cantu
Title Of Album: Corazon Bipolar (Edicion Especial)
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: EMI Music
Genre: Pop, Latin
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 75:12 Min
Total Size: 182 Mb


01. Corazon Bipolar
02. Quiero X 2
03. Aparador (Feat. Maria Barracuda & Nina Dioz)
04. Manual
05. Hechos No Palabras!
06. Mio
07. Silencios Que Salvan
08. Suerte
09. Ojala
10. El Sexo Y El Amor
11. Beat Goes On (Feat. Boy Blue)
12. Quiero Tenerte (Feat. Erik Rubin)
13. Dicen Por Ahi
14. Si Pudiera
15. Nunca Te Olvide
16. Hoy Soy Nadie
17. Manual (En Vivo Desde Auditorio Nacional / 2013)
18. Corazon Bipolar (En Vivo Desde Auditorio Nacional / 2013)
19. Suerte (En Vivo Desde Auditorio Nacional / 2013)
20. Prefiero Ser Su Amante (Feat. Maria Jose) (En Vivo Desde Auditorio Nacional / 2013)
21. Sentimos Lo Mismo

Paty Cantú is a Mexican pop/rock singer who rose to fame as the lead singer of the Latin pop duo Lu in 2004 before embarking on a popular solo career a few years later. Born Patricia Giovanna Cantú Velasco on November 25, 1983, in Guadalajara, Mexico, she co-founded Lu with songwriter Mario Sandoval. The duo made its eponymous album debut in 2004 with Lu on Warner Records. Produced by hitmaker Aureo Baqueiro, the album was a massive success, spawning the chart-topping smash hit "Por Besarte," numerous follow-up singles, and a couple deluxe edition album re-releases. The second Lu album, Álbum (2006), was also a commercial success, spawning the singles "La Vida Después de Ti," "Si Tú Me Quisieras," and "Voy a Llorar," yet it failed to rival the success of the duo's eponymous debut. After just two album releases, Lu split up in 2007, and Cantú promptly embarked on a solo career. She made her solo recording debut in 2008 with the Top Ten hit single "Déjame Ir." Around the same time, she had a Top Five hit with the song "Dos Palabras," a collaboration with the Mexican heavy metal band Motel. Both "Déjame Ir" and "Dos Palabras" were especially popular on the Latin music television channels MTV and Telehit. Cantú made her solo album debut in 2009 with Me Quedo Sola on EMI. The album reached number three on the Mexican charts and included the follow-up single "No Fue Suficiente."

Tired of advertising and pop-ups? Join Now on IsraBox
Register on IsraBox allows you to access to the full resources. You can see torrent links, leave your comments, see hidden text, minimum advertising (no pop-ups), ask for supports and much more.

  • 80
1 voted

Makarichev   User offline   15 September 2013 10:19

Некоторые песни очень даже ничего!

  • Dislike
  • 0
  • Like


Users of are not allowed to comment this publication.