24 Kilates (English: 24 Carats) is the second studio album by Mexican recording artist Paulina Rubio, released by Capitol Latin on November 16, 1993. Following the success of her debut album, Rubio reunited with the Spanish producer Miguel Blasco, who produced the album. while the songs were written mostly by Cesar Valle, Don Matamoros and C. Sánchez. The recording sessions took place in Spain during the summer of 1993, coinciding with Rubio promotion her first concert tour in South America.

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  • 24 Kilates (English: 24 Carats) is the second studio album by Mexican recording artist Paulina Rubio, released by Capitol Latin on November 16, 1993. Following the success of her debut album, Rubio reunited with the Spanish producer Miguel Blasco, who produced the album. while the songs were written mostly by Cesar Valle, Don Matamoros and C. Sánchez. The recording sessions took place in Spain during the summer of 1993, coinciding with Rubio promotion her first concert tour in South America. 24 Kilates received mixed reviews from music critics, who considered the album rock-oriented sound with influences of jazz, funk, blues and dance as their first album. The album had commercial success, reached the top in Mexico and sold 150,000 in Mexico a few weeks after its release. After its initial success, the album was promoted in South America through Rubio's first visit to the Festival of Viña del Mar in Chile, where it was very well received by the public and the and IFPI Chile certified the double platinum album for selling 40,000 copies. Four singles were taken from the album. The first single was "Nieva, Nieva", which was successful on the charts, reaching number one in Mexico. Two other singles, "Él Me Engañó" and "Asunto De Dos", peaked in the top ten in Mexico charts. "Vuelve Junto A Mí" was only released in the United States, where it appeared on the Billboard charts. The album was promoted further through Rubio's first and second concert tours, and a concert residency in the famous Mexican club El Patio. In an article by El Siglo de Torreón published in 1994, Rubio was cited as "the current novelty", considering it together with other stars of music as a guarantee at the box office due to its commercial success in the music industry. Alluding the success of his first album and 24 Kilates. (en)
  • 24 Kilates (English: 24 Carats) is the second studio album by Mexican recording artist Paulina Rubio, released by Capitol Latin on November 16, 1993. Following the success of her debut album, Rubio reunited with the Spanish producer Miguel Blasco, who produced the album. while the songs were written mostly by Cesar Valle, Don Matamoros and C. Sánchez. The recording sessions took place in Spain during the summer of 1993, coinciding with Rubio promotion her first concert tour in South America. 24 Kilates received mixed reviews from music critics, who considered the album rock-oriented sound with influences of jazz, funk, blues and dance as their first album. The album had commercial success, reached the top in Mexico and sold 150,000 in Mexico a few weeks after its release. Four singles were taken from the album. The first single was "Nieva, Nieva", which was successful on the charts, reaching number one in Mexico. Two other singles, "Él Me Engañó" and "Asunto De Dos", peaked in the top ten in Mexico charts. "Vuelve Junto A Mí" was only released in the United States, where it appeared on the Billboard charts. The album was promoted further through Rubio's first and second concert tours, and a concert residency in the famous Mexican club El Patio. In an article by El Siglo de Torreón published in 1994, Rubio was cited as "the current novelty", considering it together with other stars of music as a guarantee at the box office due to its commercial success in the music industry. Alluding the success of his first album and 24 Kilates. (en)
  • 24 Kilates (English: 24 Carats) is the second studio album by Mexican recording artist Paulina Rubio, released by Capitol Latin on November 16, 1993. Following the success of her debut album, Rubio reunited with the Spanish producer Miguel Blasco, who produced the album. while the songs were written mostly by Cesar Valle, Don Matamoros and C. Sánchez. The recording sessions took place in Spain during the summer of 1993, coinciding with Rubio promotion her first concert tour in South America. 24 Kilates received mixed reviews from music critics, who considered the album rock-oriented sound with influences of jazz, funk, blues and dance as their first album. The album had commercial success, reached the top in Mexico and sold 300,000 in Mexico a few weeks after its release. Four singles were taken from the album. The first single was "Nieva, Nieva", which was successful on the charts, reaching number one in Mexico. Two other singles, "Él Me Engañó" and "Asunto De Dos", peaked in the top ten in Mexico charts. "Vuelve Junto A Mí" was only released in the United States, where it appeared on the Billboard charts. The album was promoted further through Rubio's first and second concert tours, and a concert residency in the famous Mexican club El Patio. In an article by El Siglo de Torreón published in 1994, Rubio was cited as "the current novelty", considering it together with other stars of music as a guarantee at the box office due to its commercial success in the music industry. Alluding the success of his first album and 24 Kilates. (en)
  • 24 Kilates (English: 24 Carats) is the second studio album by Mexican recording artist Paulina Rubio, released by Capitol Latin on November 16, 1993. Following the success of her debut album, Rubio reunited with the Spanish producer Miguel Blasco, who produced the album. while the songs were written mostly by Cesar Valle, Don Matamoros and C. Sánchez. The recording sessions took place in Spain during the summer of 1993, coinciding with Rubio promotion her first concert tour in South America. 24 Kilates received mixed reviews from music critics, who considered the album rock-oriented sound with influences of jazz, funk, blues and dance as their first album. The album had commercial success, reached the top in Mexico and sold 300,000 in Mexico a few weeks after its release. Four singles were taken from the album. The first single was "Nieva, Nieva", which was successful on the charts, reaching number one in Mexico. Two other singles, "Él Me Engañó" and "Asunto De Dos", peaked in the top ten in Mexico charts. "Vuelve Junto A Mí" was only released in the United States, where it appeared on the Billboard charts. The album was promoted further through Rubio's first and second concert tours, and a concert residency in the famous Mexican club El Patio. In an article by El Siglo de Torreón published in 1994, Rubio was cited as "the current novelty", considering it together with other stars of music as a guarantee at the box office due to its commercial success in the music industry. Alluding the success of her first album and 24 Kilates. (en)
  • 24 Kilates (As the fractional measure of purity for gold alloys "24 Karat") is the second studio album by Mexican recording artist Paulina Rubio, released by Capitol Latin on November 16, 1993. Following the success of her debut album, Rubio reunited with the Spanish producer Miguel Blasco, who produced the album. while the songs were written mostly by Cesar Valle, Don Matamoros and C. Sánchez. The recording sessions took place in Spain during the summer of 1993, coinciding with Rubio promotion her first concert tour in South America. 24 Kilates received mixed reviews from music critics, who considered the album rock-oriented sound with influences of jazz, funk, blues and dance as their first album. The album had commercial success, reached the top in Mexico and sold 300,000 in Mexico a few weeks after its release. Four singles were taken from the album. The first single was "Nieva, Nieva", which was successful on the charts, reaching number one in Mexico. Two other singles, "Él Me Engañó" and "Asunto De Dos", peaked in the top ten in Mexico charts. "Vuelve Junto A Mí" was only released in the United States, where it appeared on the Billboard charts. The album was promoted further through Rubio's first and second concert tours, and a concert residency in the famous Mexican club El Patio. In an article by El Siglo de Torreón published in 1994, Rubio was cited as "the current novelty", considering it together with other stars of music as a guarantee at the box office due to its commercial success in the music industry. Alluding the success of her first album and 24 Kilates. (en)
  • 24 Kilates ("24 Karats") is the second studio album by Mexican recording artist Paulina Rubio, released by Capitol Latin on November 16, 1993. Following the success of her debut album, Rubio reunited with the Spanish producer Miguel Blasco, who produced the album. while the songs were written mostly by Cesar Valle, Don Matamoros and C. Sánchez. The recording sessions took place in Spain during the summer of 1993, coinciding with Rubio promotion her first concert tour in South America. 24 Kilates received mixed reviews from music critics, who considered the album rock-oriented sound with influences of jazz, funk, blues and dance as their first album. The album had commercial success, reached the top in Mexico and sold 300,000 in Mexico a few weeks after its release. Four singles were taken from the album. The first single was "Nieva, Nieva", which was successful on the charts, reaching number one in Mexico. Two other singles, "Él Me Engañó" and "Asunto De Dos", peaked in the top ten in Mexico charts. "Vuelve Junto A Mí" was only released in the United States, where it appeared on the Billboard charts. The album was promoted further through Rubio's first and second concert tours, and a concert residency in the famous Mexican club El Patio. In an article by El Siglo de Torreón published in 1994, Rubio was cited as "the current novelty", considering it together with other stars of music as a guarantee at the box office due to its commercial success in the music industry. Alluding the success of her first album and 24 Kilates. (en)
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  • 24 Kilates (As the fractional measure of purity for gold alloys "24 Karat") is the second studio album by Mexican recording artist Paulina Rubio, released by Capitol Latin on November 16, 1993. Following the success of her debut album, Rubio reunited with the Spanish producer Miguel Blasco, who produced the album. while the songs were written mostly by Cesar Valle, Don Matamoros and C. Sánchez. The recording sessions took place in Spain during the summer of 1993, coinciding with Rubio promotion her first concert tour in South America. (en)
  • 24 Kilates ("24 Karats") is the second studio album by Mexican recording artist Paulina Rubio, released by Capitol Latin on November 16, 1993. Following the success of her debut album, Rubio reunited with the Spanish producer Miguel Blasco, who produced the album. while the songs were written mostly by Cesar Valle, Don Matamoros and C. Sánchez. The recording sessions took place in Spain during the summer of 1993, coinciding with Rubio promotion her first concert tour in South America. (en)
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