Guadalupe Pineda is a Mexican singer considered one of the fundamental musical symbols of Mexico. She has received a Latin Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and a Grammy nomination for many Latinos, she has released over 30 albums throughout her career spanning a variety of musical genres with sales of over 10 million copies in the world. In 1984, she recorded the hit "Yolanda", also known as "Te Amo", written by Pablo Milanes, which has sold over 1.5 million copies. She sings mainly in Spanish but has also sung in French, Italian, English and Hebrew. She is dubbed the "queen of bolero", but has also sung ballad, mariachi, tango, ranchera and opera. Pineda performed throughout Mexico and various countries in Europe and America. She has won countless accolades, accolades, and special mentions from critics, proving over her 45-year career that the quality and purity of music don't contradict acclaim. of the public.
|Birth name||Guadalupe Pineda Aguilar|
|Born||February 23, 1955, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico|
|Genres||Latin, Bolero, Ballad|
|Labels||Sony Music, InterSound|
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Mexican singer whose songs are predominantly sung in Spanish. She began a career as a musician in the early 1980s and has released over 26 albums since that time.
She studied sociology for a short time at UNAM in Mexico City before leaving to start a singing career.
She became the only Mexican to be included in a discography created by the Buddha Bar of France in 2002.
She grew up with family in Guadalajara, Mexico. She married politician Antonio Lozano Gracia.
She has collaborated with numerous artists including Linda Ronstadt.
- Winner of the Latin Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award
- Mexican singer
Latest information about Guadalupe Pineda updated on June 14 2021.