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Best known for his technically skilled and smooth crooning vocals, Luis Miguel's super-stardom began since the late 1980s.
In 1991, his career went to even greater heights and earned him the respect of a wider audience with the release of Romance, an album of romantic boleros. Despite singing boleros from years past, Luis Miguel was recognized for reinventing the bolero for modern audiences.
After her success in Spanish and winning a Grammy Award, Selena went to work on her very first English album.
The irony was that English was Selena's first language, as she had grown up in Texas and Spanish was actually her second language. Selena only recorded 4 songs for her crossover album and was scheduled to have 13 songs in English for her album.
Mexican pop was limited to Latin America until the mid-1990s, when an interest towards this type of music increased after Luis Miguel's, Lynda Thomas', Selena's, Thalía's, Gloria Trevi's and Paulina Rubio's debuts before the mainstream USA audience.
During the 1960s and 1970s most of the pop music produced in Mexico consisted on Spanish-language versions of English-language rock-and-roll hits.
The crossover album titled Dreaming of You was released in the summer of 1995. Selena's songs Dreaming of You and I Could Fall In Love quickly became crossover hits on American English language Top-40 and Adult Contemporary radio stations, with the single "Dreaming of You" also certified Gold.
The album became among the "Top ten best-selling debuts of all time" along with being the "Best-selling debuts for a Latín Female artist." Selena became the first Latin Artist, male or female, to have ever debuted at No. This career achievement helped create the Latín boom in the late 90's In the late 1990s, Ricky Martin's success in Europe with the hit María and the international launch of 1998 World Cup's theme song, The Cup of Life, launched a renewed interest in Latin American music.
The four were Donde Quiera Que Estés, Amor Prohibido, Bidi Bidi Bom Bom and No Me Queda Mas.During the 1980s songwriters like Guillermo Méndez Guiú, Rafael Pérez Botija or Aureo Baqueiro wrote songs for singers like Yuri, Lucía Méndez and musical groups like Timbiriche, Flans and Fandango.These groups headed the radio charts in Mexico and launched international career by promoting their music in Latin America.Moreover, Velasco presented foreign artists such as Julio Iglesias, Raphael, Miguel Bosé, Chayanne and Ricky Martin.Artists that would bring pop music to Latin America, were, in part by Siempre en Domingo, helped in that effort thanks for their appearances in the program.