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Rompiendo Cadenas (Versión Acústica) - Single

Ana Bárbara

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Album Review

Released in 2009, Rompiendo Cadenas is Latin Grammy Award-winner Ana Bárbara's tenth studio album, and her first since parting company with Fonovisa Records. Produced by the likes of Javier Calderón, Guillermo Gil, and Luny Tunes, its 11 self-penned tracks combine her trademark grupero sound with a more mainstream pop sensibility than her previous efforts. The album features the title track lead single and the hit "Que Ironia," which appears in its original form and in a remixed rock bonus track. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

Biography

Born: January 10, 1971 in Río Verde, San Luis Potosí, Mexic

Genre: Regional Mexican

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Recognized for her music as well as her spellbinding sex appeal, Ana Bárbara skyrocketed to celebrity in Mexico in the mid-'90s and was quickly crowned "La Reina Grupera," for she not only dominated the grupero movement, but she was one of the driving forces behind the style's realization. Bárbara's music is often categorized as ranchera, which is indeed a key component of her style, but grupero is a more apt description, because it accounts for the many other aspects of her music, including elements...
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