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Paulina is the eponymous fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio, released on May 23, 2000 by Universal Music Latino. It was nominated at the second Latin Grammy Awards for "Album of the Year", "Best Female Pop Vocal Album", and "Best Song" for "Y Yo Sigo Aquí". There was also a nomination for the video of her single "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer", directed by Gustavo Garzón, at the third Latin Grammy Awards.

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  • Paulina is the eponymous fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio, released on May 23, 2000 by Universal Music Latino. It was nominated at the second Latin Grammy Awards for "Album of the Year", "Best Female Pop Vocal Album", and "Best Song" for "Y Yo Sigo Aquí". There was also a nomination for the video of her single "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer", directed by Gustavo Garzón, at the third Latin Grammy Awards.
  • Paulina is the eponymous fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio, released on May 23, 2000 by Universal Music Latino. It was nominated at the second Latin Grammy Awards for "Album of the Year", "Best Female Pop Vocal Album", and "Best Song" for "Y Yo Sigo Aquí". There was also a nomination for the video of her single "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer", directed by Gustavo Garzón, at the third Latin Grammy Awards. Rubio was credited with leading female power ahead of her time to the impact and legacy of Paulina.
  • Paulina is the fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio, released on May 23, 2000, by Universal Music Latino. It was nominated at the second Latin Grammy Awards for "Album of the Year", "Best Female Pop Vocal Album" and "Best Song" for "Y Yo Sigo Aquí". There was also a nomination for the music video of the single "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer", directed by Gustavo Garzón, at the third Latin Grammy Awards.
  • Paulina is the fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio, released on May 23, 2000, by Universal Music Latino. It was nominated at the 2nd Annual Latin Grammy Awards for "Album of the Year", "Best Female Pop Vocal Album" and "Best Song" for "Y Yo Sigo Aquí". There was also a nomination for the music video of the single "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer", directed by Gustavo Garzón, at the 3rd Annual Latin Grammy Awards.
  • Paulina is the fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio, released on May 23, 2000, by Universal Music Latino. It was nominated at the 2nd Annual Latin Grammy Awards for "Album of the Year", "Best Female Pop Vocal Album" and "Song of the Year" for "Y Yo Sigo Aquí". There was also a nomination for the music video of the single "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer", directed by Gustavo Garzón, at the 3rd Annual Latin Grammy Awards.
  • Paulina is the fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio, released on May 23, 2000, by Universal Music Latino. It was nominated at the 2nd Annual Latin Grammy Awards for "Album of the Year", "Best Female Pop Vocal Album" and "Song of the Year" for "Y Yo Sigo Aquí". There was also a "Best Music Video" nomination for the accompanying music video for the single "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer", at the 3rd Annual Latin Grammy Awards.
  • Paulina is the fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio. It was released on May 23, 2000 internationally by Universal Music Group and marks her first record production with American global music corporation. Rubio worked with writers and producers such as Estéfano (mostly), Armando Manzanero, Juan Gabriel, Christian De Walden, and Richard Daniel Roman. The album explores a more variety sounds much different to the vein of her albums with EMI Music, and has an overall latin pop and dance-pop vibe, with influences from rock, ranchera, bolero, funk and house. Elaborating a "a synthesis of the end of the millennium" theme for the album, Rubio reinvented her image.
  • Paulina is the fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio. It was released on May 23, 2000 internationally by Universal Music Group and marks her first record production with American global music corporation. Rubio worked with writers and producers such as Estéfano (mostly), Armando Manzanero, Juan Gabriel, Christian De Walden, and Richard Daniel Roman. The album explores a more variety sounds much different to the vein of her albums with EMI Music, and has an overall latin pop and dance-pop vibe, with influences from rock, ranchera, bolero, funk and house. Elaborating a "synthesis of the end of the millennium" theme for the album, Rubio reinvented her image.
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  • Paulina is the eponymous fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio, released on May 23, 2000 by Universal Music Latino. It was nominated at the second Latin Grammy Awards for "Album of the Year", "Best Female Pop Vocal Album", and "Best Song" for "Y Yo Sigo Aquí". There was also a nomination for the video of her single "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer", directed by Gustavo Garzón, at the third Latin Grammy Awards. The album became the biggest-selling Spanish language record in the United States in 2001, according to Nielsen SoundScan sold 2.5 million copies worldwide by 2002 and to date sold three million copies worldwide which makes this album as Paulina's best-selling album to date. Paulina is one of the 10 best-selling albums in Mexico with multi-platinum certification.
  • Paulina is the eponymous fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio, released on May 23, 2000 by Universal Music Latino. It was nominated at the second Latin Grammy Awards for "Album of the Year", "Best Female Pop Vocal Album", and "Best Song" for "Y Yo Sigo Aquí". There was also a nomination for the video of her single "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer", directed by Gustavo Garzón, at the third Latin Grammy Awards. The album became the biggest-selling Spanish language record in the United States in 2001, according to Nielsen SoundScan sold 2.5 million copies worldwide. which makes this album as Paulina's best-selling album to date. Paulina is one of the 10 best-selling albums in Mexico with multi-platinum certification.
  • Paulina is the eponymous fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio, released on May 23, 2000 by Universal Music Latino. It was nominated at the second Latin Grammy Awards for "Album of the Year", "Best Female Pop Vocal Album", and "Best Song" for "Y Yo Sigo Aquí". There was also a nomination for the video of her single "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer", directed by Gustavo Garzón, at the third Latin Grammy Awards. The album became the biggest-selling Spanish language record in the United States in 2001, according to Nielsen SoundScan sold 2.5 million copies worldwide. which makes this album as Paulina's best-selling album to date. Paulina is one of the 10 best-selling albums in Mexico with multi-platinum certification. Rubio was credited with leading female power ahead of her time to the impact and legacy of Paulina.
  • Paulina is the eponymous fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio, released on May 23, 2000 by Universal Music Latino. It was nominated at the second Latin Grammy Awards for "Album of the Year", "Best Female Pop Vocal Album", and "Best Song" for "Y Yo Sigo Aquí". There was also a nomination for the video of her single "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer", directed by Gustavo Garzón, at the third Latin Grammy Awards. The album became the biggest-selling Spanish language record in the United States in 2001, according to Nielsen SoundScan sold over 3 million copies worldwide. which makes this album as Paulina's best-selling album to date. Paulina is one of the 10 best-selling albums in Mexico with multi-platinum certification.
  • Paulina is the fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio, released on May 23, 2000, by Universal Music Latino. It was nominated at the second Latin Grammy Awards for "Album of the Year", "Best Female Pop Vocal Album" and "Best Song" for "Y Yo Sigo Aquí". There was also a nomination for the music video of the single "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer", directed by Gustavo Garzón, at the third Latin Grammy Awards. Paulina became the biggest-selling Spanish-language album in the United States in 2001 and according to Nielsen SoundScan sold over three million copies worldwide, which makes this album as Rubio's best-selling album, to date. Paulina is one of the ten best-selling albums in Mexico with multi-platinum certification.
  • Paulina is the fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio, released on May 23, 2000, by Universal Music Latino. It was nominated at the 2nd Annual Latin Grammy Awards for "Album of the Year", "Best Female Pop Vocal Album" and "Best Song" for "Y Yo Sigo Aquí". There was also a nomination for the music video of the single "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer", directed by Gustavo Garzón, at the 3rd Annual Latin Grammy Awards. Paulina became the biggest-selling Spanish-language album in the United States in 2001 and according to Nielsen SoundScan sold over three million copies worldwide, which makes this album as Rubio's best-selling album, to date. Paulina is one of the ten best-selling albums in Mexico with multi-platinum certification.
  • Paulina is the fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio, released on May 23, 2000, by Universal Music Latino. It was nominated at the 2nd Annual Latin Grammy Awards for "Album of the Year", "Best Female Pop Vocal Album" and "Song of the Year" for "Y Yo Sigo Aquí". There was also a nomination for the music video of the single "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer", directed by Gustavo Garzón, at the 3rd Annual Latin Grammy Awards. Paulina became the biggest-selling Spanish-language album in the United States in 2001 and according to Nielsen SoundScan sold over three million copies worldwide, which makes this album as Rubio's best-selling album, to date. Paulina is one of the ten best-selling albums in Mexico with multi-platinum certification.
  • Paulina is the fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio, released on May 23, 2000, by Universal Music Latino. It was nominated at the 2nd Annual Latin Grammy Awards for "Album of the Year", "Best Female Pop Vocal Album" and "Song of the Year" for "Y Yo Sigo Aquí". There was also a "Best Music Video" nomination for the accompanying music video for the single "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer", at the 3rd Annual Latin Grammy Awards. Paulina became the biggest-selling Spanish-language album in the United States in 2001 and according to Nielsen SoundScan sold over three million copies worldwide, which makes this album as Rubio's best-selling album, to date. Paulina is one of the ten best-selling albums in Mexico with multi-platinum certification.
  • Paulina is the fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio, released on May 23, 2000, by Universal Music Latino. It was nominated at the 2nd Annual Latin Grammy Awards for "Album of the Year", "Best Female Pop Vocal Album" and "Song of the Year" for "Y Yo Sigo Aquí". There was also a "Best Music Video" nomination for the accompanying music video for the single "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer", at the 3rd Annual Latin Grammy Awards. Paulina became the biggest-selling Spanish language album in the United States in 2001 and according to Nielsen SoundScan sold over three million copies worldwide, which makes this album as Rubio's best-selling album, to date. Paulina is also one of the best-selling albums in Mexico, with multi-platinum certification.
  • Paulina is the fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio, released on May 23, 2000, by Universal Music Latino. It was nominated at the 2nd Annual Latin Grammy Awards for "Album of the Year", "Best Female Pop Vocal Album" and "Song of the Year" for "Y Yo Sigo Aquí". There was also a "Best Music Video" nomination for the accompanying music video for the single "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer", at the 3rd Annual Latin Grammy Awards. Paulina became the biggest-selling Spanish language album in the United States in 2001 and according to Nielsen SoundScan sold over three million copies worldwide, which makes this album as Rubio's best-selling album, to date. Paulina is also one of the best-selling albums in Mexico, with multi-platinum certification. Paulina spawned seven commercial singles, two of which reached number one on the Mexican charts, "Lo Haré Por Ti" and "Y Yo Sigo Aquí". With this album, Rubio further showed her evolution as an artist.
  • Paulina is the fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio, released on May 23, 2000, by Universal Music Latino. It was nominated at the 2nd Annual Latin Grammy Awards for "Album of the Year", "Best Female Pop Vocal Album" and "Song of the Year" for "Y Yo Sigo Aquí". There was also a "Best Music Video" nomination for the accompanying music video for the single "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer", at the 3rd Annual Latin Grammy Awards. The album spawned seven commercial singles, two of which reached number one on the Mexican charts, "Lo Haré Por Ti" and "Y Yo Sigo Aquí". With this album, Rubio further showed her evolution as an artist. Paulina became the biggest-selling Spanish language album in the United States in 2001 and according to Nielsen SoundScan sold over three million copies worldwide, which makes this album as Rubio's best-selling album, to date. Paulina is also one of the best-selling albums in Mexico, with multi-platinum certification.
  • Paulina is the fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio. It was released on May 23, 2000 internationally by Universal Music Group and marks her first record production with American global music corporation. Rubio worked with writers and producers such as Estéfano (mostly), Armando Manzanero, Juan Gabriel, Christian De Walden, and Richard Daniel Roman. The album explores a more variety sounds much different to the vein of her albums with EMI Music, and has an overall latin pop and dance-pop vibe, with influences from rock, ranchera, bolero, funk and house. Elaborating a "a synthesis of the end of the millennium" theme for the album, Rubio reinvented her image. Paulina was generally acclaimed by most critics and earned Latin Grammy Award nominations. In 2001, Billboard cited it as the best-selling Latin album of 2001 in the U.S. The record was a commercial success, reaching at number one both the Top Latin Albums and Latin Pop Albums charts, and debuted on the Billboard 200, making it her first album in appeasr on the chart. It was certified octuple platinum (latin) by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for sold 800,000 units shipped in the United States. Worldwide, the album has sold over 3 million copies making it Rubio's best-selling album, to date. which makes this album as Rubio's best-selling album, to date. Seven singles were released from the album. The lead single, "Lo Haré Por Ti" became an international hit. Its second single "El Último Adiós" peaked at number one in Latin America. Its third single "Y Yo Sigo Aquí", which is often recognised as Rubio's signature international song, received a nomination for the Latin Grammy Award for Song of the Year at the 2001 ceremony became a massive commercial success. Follow-up singles "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer" and "Vive El Verano" also performed well on charts internationally. The lastest singles "Sexi Dance" and "Tal Vez, Quizá" are often considered classic Rubio songs. To promote the album, she embarked on her concert tour Paulina.
  • Paulina is the fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio. It was released on May 23, 2000 internationally by Universal Music Group and marks her first record production with American global music corporation. Rubio worked with writers and producers such as Estéfano (mostly), Armando Manzanero, Juan Gabriel, Christian De Walden, and Richard Daniel Roman. The album explores a more variety sounds much different to the vein of her albums with EMI Music, and has an overall latin pop and dance-pop vibe, with influences from rock, ranchera, bolero, funk and house. Elaborating a "a synthesis of the end of the millennium" theme for the album, Rubio reinvented her image. Paulina was generally acclaimed by most critics and earned Latin Grammy Award nominations. In 2001, Billboard cited it as the best-selling Latin album of 2001 in the U.S. The record was a commercial success, reaching at number one both the Top Latin Albums and Latin Pop Albums charts, and debuted on the Billboard 200, making it her first album in appeasr on the chart. It was certified octuple platinum (latin) by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for sold 800,000 units shipped in the United States. Worldwide, the album has sold over 3 million copies making it Rubio's best-selling album, to date. Seven singles were released from the album. The lead single, "Lo Haré Por Ti" became an international hit. Its second single "El Último Adiós" peaked at number one in Latin America. Its third single "Y Yo Sigo Aquí", which is often recognised as Rubio's signature international song, received a nomination for the Latin Grammy Award for Song of the Year at the 2001 ceremony became a massive commercial success. Follow-up singles "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer" and "Vive El Verano" also performed well on charts internationally. The lastest singles "Sexi Dance" and "Tal Vez, Quizá" are often considered classic Rubio songs. To promote the album, she embarked on her concert tour Paulina.
  • Paulina is the fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio. It was released on May 23, 2000 internationally by Universal Music Group and marks her first record production with American global music corporation. Rubio worked with writers and producers such as Estéfano (mostly), Armando Manzanero, Juan Gabriel, Christian De Walden, and Richard Daniel Roman. The album explores a more variety sounds much different to the vein of her albums with EMI Music, and has an overall latin pop and dance-pop vibe, with influences from rock, ranchera, bolero, funk and house. Elaborating a "a synthesis of the end of the millennium" theme for the album, Rubio reinvented her image. Paulina was generally acclaimed by most critics and earned Latin Grammy Award nominations. In 2001, Billboard cited it as the best-selling Latin album of 2001 in the U.S. The record was a commercial success, reaching at number one both the Top Latin Albums and Latin Pop Albums charts, and debuted on the Billboard 200, making it her first album in appeasr on the chart. It was certified octuple platinum (latin) by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for sold 800,000 units shipped in the United States. Worldwide, the album has sold over 3 million copies making it Rubio's best-selling album, to date. In Mexico, is one of the best-selling albums according to AMPROFON. Seven singles were released from the album. The lead single, "Lo Haré Por Ti" became an international hit. Its second single "El Último Adiós" peaked at number one in Latin America. Its third single "Y Yo Sigo Aquí", which is often recognised as Rubio's signature international song, received a nomination for the Latin Grammy Award for Song of the Year at the 2001 ceremony became a massive commercial success. Follow-up singles "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer" and "Vive El Verano" also performed well on charts internationally. The lastest singles "Sexi Dance" and "Tal Vez, Quizá" are often considered classic Rubio songs. To promote the album, she embarked on her concert tour Paulina.
  • Paulina is the fifth studio album by Mexican singer Paulina Rubio. It was released on May 23, 2000 internationally by Universal Music Group and marks her first record production with American global music corporation. Rubio worked with writers and producers such as Estéfano (mostly), Armando Manzanero, Juan Gabriel, Christian De Walden, and Richard Daniel Roman. The album explores a more variety sounds much different to the vein of her albums with EMI Music, and has an overall latin pop and dance-pop vibe, with influences from rock, ranchera, bolero, funk and house. Elaborating a "synthesis of the end of the millennium" theme for the album, Rubio reinvented her image. Paulina was generally acclaimed by most critics and earned Latin Grammy Award nominations. In 2001, Billboard cited it as the best-selling Latin album of 2001 in the U.S. The record was a commercial success, reaching at number one both the Top Latin Albums and Latin Pop Albums charts, and debuted on the Billboard 200, making it her first album in appeasr on the chart. It was certified octuple platinum (latin) by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for sold 800,000 units shipped in the United States. Worldwide, the album has sold over 3 million copies making it Rubio's best-selling album, to date. In Mexico, is one of the best-selling albums according to AMPROFON. Seven singles were released from the album. The lead single, "Lo Haré Por Ti" became an international hit. Its second single "El Último Adiós" peaked at number one in Latin America. Its third single "Y Yo Sigo Aquí", which is often recognised as Rubio's signature international song, received a nomination for the Latin Grammy Award for Song of the Year at the 2001 ceremony became a massive commercial success. Follow-up singles "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer" and "Vive El Verano" also performed well on charts internationally. The latest singles "Sexi Dance" and "Tal Vez, Quizá" are often considered classic Rubio songs. To promote the album, she embarked on her concert tour Paulina.
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