If you didn’t know, Paulina Rubio, Don Omar, and Juan Gabriel performed at Sammy Sosa‘s birthday party over the weekend.
Well…we found out a few things about the deets of the star-studded event.
When we heard that Juanga performed, we immediately thought that it was a high price for his show, but we were wrong!
In fact, word is that Juan Gabriel was the only one that didn’t charge!
What’s even better is that he walked around among all of the invited guests, saying hi, talking to everyone, and taking pic for anyone that requested.
Pau and D.O. stayed behind the stage and never came out to mingle.
National Public Radio compiled a list of the 50 most important recordings of the past 10 years and they have included Juanes and Shakira in the mix!
Album: Fijate Bien
Juanes’ social activism and sold-out tours make him one of the most influential artists of the decade. The Colombian vocalist and songwriter kicked off the ’00s with the tremendous 2000 album Fijate Bien, then won the Best New Artist Latin Grammy and spent the rest of the decade living up to the honor. Ever since, he’s sold millions while making intelligent, thought-provoking music.
Fijación Oral, Vol. 1 [DualDisc]
Shakira’s 2001 English-language album Laundry Service was a global success and made her an international star. For her follow-up, the Colombian pop artist released 2005′s Fajicion Oral, Vol. 1, a Spanish-language tour-de-force of traditional cumbia, reggaeton beats and lyrics in which Shakira got psychoanalytical. The release signaled boldly that chasing American success wasn’t Shakira’s top priority, but she got it anyway. With the highest chart debut ever for a Spanish-language album in the U.S., the album spawned the fantastic single “La Tortura,” which in turn spawned one of the first Spanish-language videos to receive heavy rotation on MTV and VH1 in the U.S. Oral Fixation, Vol. 2, the album’s English-language companion, was released five months later and featured the ubiquitous “Hips Don’t Lie,” which would go on to become the decade’s top-selling single worldwide.
We love those two songs! Orgullo LATINO!
They are here whether we like it or not!
We told you that the novela Camaleones spawned a pop group very much like RBD and here is your first look at the EIGHT members of this disaster.
Are you excited?????!!!! We’re not!