Selena’s new album “Enamorada de Ti” Press Release.

Selena’s ‘Amor Prohibido’ returns to radio tomorrow

The heartwarming duet, with Mexican singer Samo, embodies the musical evolution of the original classic

The song is the first single from a new album, Enamorada de Ti, in stores on April 3rd 2012

Miami, FL (February 8, 2012) – In celebration of Selena’s legacy, Capitol Latin announces the release of Enamorada de Ti, an extraordinary new album from the superstar featuring collaborations with some of today’s hottest artists and showing how Selena would sound today.

With contemporary arrangements and new sounds, Enamorada de Ti comes to light with the first single ‘Amor Prohibido’, a duet with Mexican vocalist Samo, which within its subtle chords, revives one of the biggest hits of the superstar.

Enamorada de Ti also includes unique collaboratins with Cristian Castro, Don Omar, Selena Gómez and Juan Magán, introducing Selena’s classics to a brand new generation of fans.

Today, Selena Quintanilla continues immortalized through her music, which continues to top the charts all over the globe. Her accomplishments are still admired by both fans and renowned musicians worldwide. Among the most outstanding achievements include, being named ‘Top Latin Artist of the 90s’ and “Best selling Latin Artist of the Decade” by Billboard for having 14 songs in the Top 10 Latin Songs chart, including seven number one hits. In 1995, Selena made history by becoming the first artist to simultaneously place five Spanish releases in the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart.

Enamorada de Ti will be available on April 3rd 2012.

Go to to read the Spanish version.


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