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Border Girl is the sixth studio album and first English-language album by by Mexican recording singer Paulina Rubio. It was released on 18 June, 2002 internationally by Universal Records and later launched in the Japan on August 21, 2002 by Umvd Labels. Rubio worked with writers and producers such as Doug Morris, Gen Rubin, Richard Marx, Brett James, Troy Verges, Michelle Bell, and works again with Estefano and Marcello Acevedo. Its music incorporates genres of pop with influences of dance and pop rock, dived into elements of R&B, disco, ranchera, hip hop, house, and electronica. Its lyrics address the subjects of love, sexuality and self empowerment. Border Girl is the sixth studio album and first English-language album by Mexican recording singer Paulina Rubio. It was released on 18 June 2002 internationally by Universal Records and later launched in the Japan on August 21, 2002 by Umvd Labels. To her crossover into the English-language pop market, Rubio worked with writers and producers such as Doug Morris, Gen Rubin, Richard Marx, Brett James, Troy Verges, Michelle Bell, Jodi Marr and works again with Estefano and Marcello Acevedo. Its music incorporates genres of pop with influences of dance and pop rock, dived into elements of R&B, disco, ranchera, hip hop, house, and electronica. Its lyrics address the subjects of love, sexuality and self empowerment. Border Girl is the sixth studio album and first English-language album by Mexican recording singer Paulina Rubio. It was released on 18 June 2002 internationally by Universal Records and later launched in the Japan on August 21, 2002 by Umvd Labels. Rubio worked with writers and producers such as Doug Morris, Gen Rubin, Richard Marx, Brett James, Troy Verges, Michelle Bell, and works again with Estefano and Marcello Acevedo. Its music incorporates genres of pop with influences of dance and pop rock, dived into elements of R&B, disco, ranchera, hip hop, house, and electronica. Its lyrics address the subjects of love, sexuality and self empowerment. Border Girl is the sixth studio album and first English-language album by Mexican recording artist Paulina Rubio, released on June 18, 2002 by Universal Records. Its music incorporates Latin pop styles with rock, R&B, dance, and mariachi elements. The album's lead single, "Don't Say Goodbye" would become her most successful song in English. Other singles released from the album were "I'll Be Right Here (Sexual Lover)", "The One You Love", "Casanova", and "Libre". Each of the main single releases, as well as other English songs on the album, have Spanish-language counterparts that became big hits on Billboard's Hot Latin Songs chart.
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Border Girl is the sixth studio album and first English-language album by Mexican recording singer Paulina Rubio. It was released on 18 June 2002 internationally by Universal Records and later launched in the Japan on August 21, 2002 by Umvd Labels. To her crossover into the English-language pop market, Rubio worked with writers and producers such as Doug Morris, Gen Rubin, Richard Marx, Brett James, Troy Verges, Michelle Bell, Jodi Marr and works again with Estefano and Marcello Acevedo. Its music incorporates genres of pop with influences of dance and pop rock, dived into elements of R&B, disco, ranchera, hip hop, house, and electronica. Its lyrics address the subjects of love, sexuality and self empowerment. Upon its release, Border Girl received positive reviews from music critics, many of whom praised its production and ability to combine musical genres. The album was a commercial success in America and Spain. In the US, the album peaked at number eleven on the Billboard 200 chart, becoming Rubio's biggest album in the country; it was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for shipments of 500,000 units, and becoming the only Mexican singer with two RIAA-certified Gold record standard type to date. Six singles were released from the album. The lead single, "Don't Say Goodbye" was released in April 2002 and became a commercial success, would become her most successful song in English. Follow-up singles "The One You Love" and "Casanova" also performed well on charts internationally. "I'll Be Right Here (Sexual Lover)" was released before the album was conceived, attracted the expectation of the audience in the Anglo-Saxon market. "Libre" and "Fire (Sexy Dance)" was promoted to airplay radio Spain and US, respectively. As well as English songs on the album, have Spanish-language counterparts that became big hits on Billboard's Hot Latin Songs chart. Border Girl is the sixth studio album and first English-language album by by Mexican recording singer Paulina Rubio. It was released on 18 June, 2002 internationally by Universal Records and later launched in the Japan on August 21, 2002 by Umvd Labels. Rubio worked with writers and producers such as Doug Morris, Gen Rubin, Richard Marx, Brett James, Troy Verges, Michelle Bell, and works again with Estefano and Marcello Acevedo. Its music incorporates genres of pop with influences of dance and pop rock, dived into elements of R&B, disco, ranchera, hip hop, house, and electronica. Its lyrics address the subjects of love, sexuality and self empowerment. Upon its release, Border Girl received positive reviews from music critics, many of whom praised its production and ability to combine musical genres. The album was a commercial success in America and Spain. In the US, the album peaked at number eleven on the Billboard 200 chart, becoming Rubio's biggest album in the country; it was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Six singles were released from the album. The lead single, "Don't Say Goodbye" was released in April 2002 and became a commercial success, would become her most successful song in English. Follow-up singles "The One You Love" and "Casanova" also performed well on charts internationally. "I'll Be Right Here (Sexual Lover)" was released before the album was conceived, attracted the expectation of the audience in the Anglo-Saxon market. "Libre" and "Fire (Sexy Dance)" was promoted to airplay radio Spain and US, respectively. As well as English songs on the album, have Spanish-language counterparts that became big hits on Billboard's Hot Latin Songs chart. Border Girl is the sixth studio album and first English-language album by Mexican recording singer Paulina Rubio. It was released on 18 June 2002 internationally by Universal Records and later launched in the Japan on August 21, 2002 by Umvd Labels. Rubio worked with writers and producers such as Doug Morris, Gen Rubin, Richard Marx, Brett James, Troy Verges, Michelle Bell, and works again with Estefano and Marcello Acevedo. Its music incorporates genres of pop with influences of dance and pop rock, dived into elements of R&B, disco, ranchera, hip hop, house, and electronica. Its lyrics address the subjects of love, sexuality and self empowerment. Upon its release, Border Girl received positive reviews from music critics, many of whom praised its production and ability to combine musical genres. The album was a commercial success in America and Spain. In the US, the album peaked at number eleven on the Billboard 200 chart, becoming Rubio's biggest album in the country; it was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Six singles were released from the album. The lead single, "Don't Say Goodbye" was released in April 2002 and became a commercial success, would become her most successful song in English. Follow-up singles "The One You Love" and "Casanova" also performed well on charts internationally. "I'll Be Right Here (Sexual Lover)" was released before the album was conceived, attracted the expectation of the audience in the Anglo-Saxon market. "Libre" and "Fire (Sexy Dance)" was promoted to airplay radio Spain and US, respectively. As well as English songs on the album, have Spanish-language counterparts that became big hits on Billboard's Hot Latin Songs chart. Border Girl is the sixth studio album and first English-language album by Mexican recording singer Paulina Rubio. It was released on 18 June 2002 internationally by Universal Records and later launched in the Japan on August 21, 2002 by Umvd Labels. Rubio worked with writers and producers such as Doug Morris, Gen Rubin, Richard Marx, Brett James, Troy Verges, Michelle Bell, and works again with Estefano and Marcello Acevedo. Its music incorporates genres of pop with influences of dance and pop rock, dived into elements of R&B, disco, ranchera, hip hop, house, and electronica. Its lyrics address the subjects of love, sexuality and self empowerment. Upon its release, Border Girl received positive reviews from music critics, many of whom praised its production and ability to combine musical genres. The album was a commercial success in America and Spain. In the US, the album peaked at number eleven on the Billboard 200 chart, becoming Rubio's biggest album in the country; it was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Rubio becoming the only Mexican singer with two RIAA-certified Gold record standard type. Six singles were released from the album. The lead single, "Don't Say Goodbye" was released in April 2002 and became a commercial success, would become her most successful song in English. Follow-up singles "The One You Love" and "Casanova" also performed well on charts internationally. "I'll Be Right Here (Sexual Lover)" was released before the album was conceived, attracted the expectation of the audience in the Anglo-Saxon market. "Libre" and "Fire (Sexy Dance)" was promoted to airplay radio Spain and US, respectively. As well as English songs on the album, have Spanish-language counterparts that became big hits on Billboard's Hot Latin Songs chart. Border Girl is the sixth studio album and first English-language album by Mexican recording artist Paulina Rubio, released on June 18, 2002 by Universal Records. Its music incorporates Latin pop styles with rock, R&B, dance, and mariachi elements. The album's lead single, "Don't Say Goodbye" would become her most successful song in English. 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Its lyrics address the subjects of love, sexuality and self empowerment. Upon its release, Border Girl received positive reviews from music critics, many of whom praised its production and ability to combine musical genres. The album was a commercial success in America and Spain. In the US, the album peaked at number eleven on the Billboard 200 chart, becoming Rubio's biggest album in the country; it was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for shipments of 500,000 units. Six singles were released from the album. The lead single, "Don't Say Goodbye" was released in April 2002 and became a commercial success, would become her most successful song in English. Follow-up singles "The One You Love" and "Casanova" also performed well on charts internationally. "I'll Be Right Here (Sexual Lover)" was released before the album was conceived, attracted the expectation of the audience in the Anglo-Saxon market. "Libre" and "Fire (Sexy Dance)" was promoted to airplay radio Spain and US, respectively. As well as English songs on the album, have Spanish-language counterparts that became big hits on Billboard's Hot Latin Songs chart.
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