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Album Review

Mexican Limite's leading vocalist, Alicia Villarreal, recorded her first solo album during June and July 2001 in Los Angeles, CA. Soy Lo Prohibido, produced by Homero Patrón, includes a version of the '60s hit "Acompáñame," performed along with Pedro Fernández; the up-tempo "Ladrón"; Rebelde's "Te Quedo Grande la Yegua"; and Amparo Rubin's "Llevo Las Cuentas." Alicia Villarreal's Soy Lo Prohibido became a refreshing contemporary record in the traditional Mexican music scene.

Customer Reviews

Mujer Maravillosa

The true voice of Norteno/a. Siempre Alma Rebelde.

Alicia Villarreal's Best

This is a classic album, her vocals paired with mariachi music is amazing. Some of my favorites include Soy Lo Prohibido, No Vuelvo Contigo, Celosa & Ladron.

It is a must have

This CD is a must have in a Mariachi collection. She sings the songs with such passion and emotion. It truly represents what Mariachi music is meant to be. Alicia can sing with the best of men. Her voice is original and talented.


Born: August 31, 1971

Genre: Regional Mexicano

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

After participating in different bands in her native city, regional Mexican singer Alicia Villarreal joined successful Grupo Límite, playing along with accordionist Gerardo Padilla, guitarist Sergio Ponce, bassist Jesús Cantú, percussionist Carlos Ramírez, and drummer Juan Cantú. Grupo Límite debuted with the release of Por Puro Amor in 1995, becoming a top-selling group soon after. Alicia Villarreal's first solo album, called Soy Lo Prohibido, was produced by Homero Patón and released by the Latin...
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