Most Popular 10 Songs by Thalia

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Piel Morena

'Piel Morena' was the song by Thalía to enter the Hot Latin Songs chart. It reached the top 10 twelve times with four of those reaching number one.In the end Thalía continues to make an impact. She became the female artist to achieve one billion views on YouTube with 'No Me Acuerdo ' featuring Dominican reggaetonera Natti Natasha. Beyond her music career Thalía has also become a figure on media and now stars in her own reality series called Latin Music Queens on Facebook Watch.

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Entre El Mar y Una Estrella

Thalías journey to the top of the Hot Latin Songs chart also began on June 17th, 2000 with 'Entre El Mar y Una Estrella,' which was the lead from her album Arrasando. Reflecting back on that moment in an interview with Billboard she shared her excitement and gratitude for achieving success. The song itself is reminiscent of The Lion King and stands out as a memorable gem, in Thalías extensive discography.

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Tú y Yo

Thalía again reached the spot on the Hot Latin Songs chart dated July 20 2002 with her song 'Tú y Yo,' which served as the lead single for her self titled album released in the same year. It's worth noting that Thalia has two self titled albums in her discography. In this collaboration with Estéfano, a producer and songwriter she delivers a passionate performance that celebrates a relationship, against all odds. This lively Latin track was later remixed with a cumbia version featuring A.B. Quintanilla & the Kumbia Kings.

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No Me Enseñaste

Thalías song 'No Me Enseñaste' reached the top of the charts on October 26 2002. It was a display of her versatility, as an artist showcasing her ability to claim the number one spot with both a ballad and an energetic track. Produced by Estéfano, the song's sweeping melodies and heart wrenching lyrics perfectly complement Thalías style.

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Cerca De Ti

In 2003 Thalía released her crossover album, which she named after herself. This marked her self-titled album in total. The album included the version of 'Closer to You' titled 'Cerca De Ti,' which secured her chart topper on the Hot Latin Songs chart on February 28 2004. Thalía co-wrote this love song that radiates admiration for her man (likely her husband Tommy Mottola).

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Amar Sin Ser Amada

For her 2005 album 'El Sexto Sentido,' Thalía again collaborated with Estéfano, who served as both producer and co writer for most of the tracks. She introduced the album with the Amar Sin Ser Amada blending elements of tango, with a pop rock twist.It reached the position on the Hot Latin Songs chart; she was determined not to let an ex re enter her life, in this empowering anthem.

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No, No No

Thalía, known for her Latin pop sound, collaborated with Romeo Santos, the frontman of Aventura to create a fusion of pop and bachata music, in their song 'No, No No.' This duet was released as a single from Thalías album El Sexto Sentido Re+Loaded in 2006. Achieved success by reaching the fourth position on the Hot Latin Songs chart. The undeniable chemistry between Thalía and Romeo Santos is evident as he passionately yearns for her love while she tries to resist his advances. In Thalías songbook, 'No, No No' will always be a Yes Yes, Yes.'

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Te Perdiste Mi Amor

Following her triumph in the market alongside Romeo Santos, Thalía joined forces with another talented bachatero. Dominican American pop star Prince Royce. For their collaboration titled 'Te Perdiste Mi Amor.' This heartfelt duet was released as a single from Thalías 2012 álbum Habítame Siempre under Sony Music Latin. Again displaying her prowess and popularity among listeners worldwide Thalía secured the fourth position on the Hot Latin Songs chart in 2013 with this enchanting track. The combination of Thalía and Prince Royce created a duo that melted hearts.

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Amor a La Mexicana

Thalía played a role in promoting and popularizing culture through her highly acclaimed album Amor a La Mexicana released in 1997. The title track did not showcase Thalías talent. Also helped spread Mexican culture globally.Emilio Estefan, Jr., the producer combined Thalías Latin pop style with the sounds of mariachi music in her remarkable Mexican inspired anthem. 'Amor a La Mexicana' achieved success reaching No. 6 on the Hot Latin Songs chart. Any playlist celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month would be incomplete, without including this hit by Thalía.

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A Quién Le Importa?

Thalía deepened her connection, with the LGBTQ+ community by including a rendition of '¿A Quién Le Importa?' on her self titled album released in 2002. Estéfano collaborated with her to give a perspective to this song originally performed by Alaska y Dinarama particularly suited for the vibrant club scene. The music video, shot in black and white showcased a club in New York City. Introduced Amanda Lepore, an influential transgender figure long before it became mainstream to do so.

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