Few Latin pop stars have shined with the light, and for as long as, Paulina Rubio. The Mexican Singer with the greatest international reach has an incomparable trajectory of global hits.
”Like the American Madonna, she has reinvented herself with each new release” (Rolling Stone, 2019).
Paulina Rubio has been accumulating global pop hits for the past three decades. An original member of the teen band Timbiriche, one of the most successful latin pop phenomenons, she started her solo career in 1992 with the album ”La chica dorada” (The Golden Girl) which became her professional nickname and opened the doors to the US market.
From that moment on her popularity saw a steady incline, in North America just as in Latin America, with a big explosion at the turn of the century.
Converted in a world pop idol, Rubio was the largest selling latin artist during the early 2000’s thanks to songs such as ”Y yo sigo aqui”, ”Yo no soy esa mujer” or ” The One You Love”.
The Golden Girl has sold more than 20 million albums making her one of the latin artists with highest sales. She has won many awards for her record productions and has received 7 Grammy nominations. She has been included amongst the most influential latin celebrities by the media and with 11million + followers on Twitter she is the most followed Mexican female singer. She has been a judge on many tv programs such as the talent show ‘The X Factor’, ‘The Voice’ in Mexico and Spain, ‘The Voice Kids’ in the US and ‘La Apuesta ‘ (The Bet) by Televisa en Mexico. Paulina has collaborated with many international brands throughout her career including Coca Cola Light, P&G’s Wella Koleston, Proactiv, Banamex and her ‘Rubia’ (Golden) line of lipstick for MAC to name a few and she has graced the covers of all the most important beauty magazines in the world such as Vanity Fair, Cosmopolitan Vogue, Elle, People and Rolling Stone.
Paulina Rubio has manages to stay relevant amongst the biggest names int he competitive music space. As she says herself “few artists can say, ‘I have hits in the ’80’s, ’90’s, ‘2000 and now”.