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Cristian Castro

  • Dec 08, 1974 (age 44)
  • 5' 5" (1.65 m)
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2018
Mi Tributo a Juan Gabriel
AlbumAug 24, 2018

Mi Tributo a Juan Gabriel

Mi Tributo a Juan Gabriel released.
2017
2En1
AlbumFeb 24, 2017

2En1

2En1 released.
2016
Dicen
AlbumSep 30, 2016

Dicen

Dicen released.
Singles
AlbumJul 22, 2016

Singles

Singles released.
2015
SongApr 7, 2015

Volver a Amar
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Frente a Frente
AlbumApr 7, 2015

Frente a Frente

Frente a Frente released.
2014
Nomination2014

World’s Best Male Artist

Nominated for World Music …
Nominated for World Music Award for World’s Best Male Artist.
World Music Award
Nomination2014

World’s Best Live Act

Nominated for World Music …
Nominated for World Music Award for World’s Best Live Act.
World Music Award
World’s Best Album
Nomination2014

World’s Best Album

Nominated for "Viva el Príncipe".
World Music Award
2013
Primer Amor: Los Éxitos
AlbumApr 9, 2013

Primer Amor: Los Éxitos

Primer Amor: Los Éxitos released.
Romances
AlbumJan 29, 2013

Romances

Romances released.
2012
Celebrando Al Príncipe
AlbumNov 13, 2012

Celebrando Al Príncipe

Celebrando Al Príncipe …
Celebrando Al Príncipe (Celebrating the Prince) is a compilation album by Mexican pop singer Cristian Castro released by Universal Music Latino on November 13, 2012. The album follows the productions ofViva el Príncipe and Mi Amigo El Príncipe where Castro in which covers José José's songs whom Castro considers his musical idol. The album contains thirteen songs from both of the previous albums as well as two new covers: "Mi Vida" and "Pero Me Hiciste Tuyo". "Mi Vida" was released as a single on October 30, 2012 to promote the album. This is the last recording by Castro to be released under Universal Music Latin Entertainment as he left the record label to return with Sony Music.
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El Romántico & El Príncipe
AlbumMar 6, 2012

El Romántico & El Príncipe

El Romántico & El Príncipe released.
Viva El Príncipe: Edición Especial, Vol. 1 & 2
AlbumFeb 7, 2012

Viva El Príncipe: Edición Especial, Vol. …

Viva El Príncipe: Edición Especial, Vol. 1 & 2 released.
Top Latin Album
Nomination2012

Top Latin Album

Nominated for "Viva el Príncipe".
Billboard Music Award
2011
Best Male Pop Vocal Album
Nomination2011

Best Male Pop Vocal Album

Nominated for "Viva el Príncipe".
Latin Grammy Award
2010
Viva el Príncipe
AlbumNov 30, 2010

Viva el Príncipe

Viva el Príncipe (English: Long Live the Prince) is the thirteenth …
Viva el Príncipe (English: Long Live the Prince) is the thirteenth studio album by Mexican recording artist Cristian Castro, released on 30 November 2010 by Universal Music Latino. It is a tribute album to Mexican singer José José, Castro's musical idol. The album was produced by Rafael Pérez-Botija who also produced for José José. Viva el Príncipe covers twelve songs by José José and includes a poem recited by Castro's idol. Recording took place on August 2010 at The Hit Factory Criteria in Miami, Florida.
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Mis Favoritas
AlbumJun 22, 2010

Mis Favoritas

Mis Favoritas released.
La  Más Completa Colección
AlbumJan 26, 2010

La Más Completa Colección

La Más Completa Colección released.
SongJan 26, 2010

Amor
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2009
6 Super Hits
AlbumNov 17, 2009

6 Super Hits

6 Super Hits released.
Dos Clásicos
AlbumNov 17, 2009

Dos Clásicos

Dos Clásicos released.
El Culpable Soy Yo
AlbumApr 28, 2009

El Culpable Soy Yo

El Culpable Soy Yo is the 12th studio album recorded by …
El Culpable Soy Yo is the 12th studio album recorded by Mexican singer-songwriter Cristian Castro, It was released by Universal Music Latino on April 28, 2009. The album was produced by A.B. Quintanilla. The 5th song on the album features his grandmother Socorro Castro mother of Verónica Castro. At the Premio Lo Nuestro 2010 awards, the album was nominated Pop Album of the Year losing to La Quinta Estación's Sin Frenos.
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2007
El Indomable
AlbumJun 26, 2007

El Indomable

El Indomable is an album by Cristian Castro. It was his …
El Indomable is an album by Cristian Castro. It was his first ranchera and mariachi crossover attempt. It is produced by Pedro Ramírez and Vicente Fernández. The first single from the album is José Alfredo Jiménez's "Tu Retirada". As of July 11, 2007, the album has sold 12,868 copies in the US. El Indomable was nominated at The Latin Grammy Awards of 2007 for Regional Mexican Album of the Year.
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Out of the Dark
AlbumMay 18, 2007

Out of the Dark

Out of the Dark released.
Nuestra Belleza Latina
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TV ShowMar 27, 2007

Nuestra Belleza Latina

Nuestra Belleza Latina 2015 …
Nuestra Belleza Latina 2015 (also known as NBL 2015) is the ninth season of Nuestra Belleza Latina and the ninth season to be aired on Univision. The season premiere was on Sunday January 18, 2015, the earliest premiere of all nine seasons. The season finale was on Sunday April 12, 2015, the earliest finale of all nine seasons.
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Best Ranchero Album
Nomination2007

Best Ranchero Album

Nominated for "El Indomable".
Latin Grammy Award
Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album
Nomination2007

Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album

Nominated for "El Indomable".
Grammy Award
2006
Amor y Muchos Exitos Mas: Linea de Oro
AlbumOct 17, 2006

Amor y Muchos Exitos Mas: Linea de Oro

Amor y Muchos Exitos Mas: Linea de Oro released.
Linea de Oro
AlbumOct 17, 2006

Linea de Oro

Linea de Oro released.
Dos en Uno
AlbumJun 13, 2006

Dos en Uno

Dos en Uno released.
Canciones de Amor
AlbumApr 25, 2006

Canciones de Amor

Canciones de Amor released.
2005
Días Felices
AlbumNov 15, 2005

Días Felices

Dias Felices is a Latin pop album by Cristian Castro. It was …
Dias Felices is a Latin pop album by Cristian Castro. It was released in 2005. Both the album and the song, Amor Eterno, were nominated for Pop Album of the Year and Pop Song of the Year in the Premios Lo Nuestro Awards of 2007.
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Nunca Voy a Olvidarte...Los Éxitos
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AlbumOct 4, 2005

Nunca Voy a Olvidarte...Los Éxitos

Nunca Voy A Olvidarte...Los …
Nunca Voy A Olvidarte...Los Exitos is the second greatest hits collection released from Mexican singer Cristian Castro. It was released on October 4, 2005 by Sony Music Latin.
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2004
Hoy Quiero Soñar
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AlbumNov 23, 2004

Hoy Quiero Soñar

Hoy Quiero Soñar is the ninth studio album recorded by …
Hoy Quiero Soñar is the ninth studio album recorded by Mexican singer-songwriter Cristian Castro, It was released by Sony BMG Latin on November 23, 2004 (see 2004 in music). is the last album from the under record label. The album was produced by Rudy Pérez, Kike Santander, Daniel Betancourt and Milton Salcedo.
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2003
Amar Es
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AlbumSep 30, 2003

Amar Es

Amar Es is the eighth studio album recorded by Mexican singer …
Amar Es is the eighth studio album recorded by Mexican singer-songwriter Cristian Castro. It was released by Sony BMG Latin on September 30, 2003 (see 2003 in music). This album was produced by Emilio Estefan, Jr., Randall M. Barlow, Federico Ehrlich, Roberto Livi and Rudy Pérez. it is notable for its eclectic use of languages and musical styles. The song "Why", for example, is in English, whilst the single "No Hace Falta" combines Japanese and Latin pop. On the other hand, tracks such as the successful single "Te Llamé" hold fast to Castro's Latin-pop roots.
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Cuatro Voces
AlbumMay 27, 2003

Cuatro Voces

Cuatro Voces released.
15 Greatest Hits
AlbumFeb 4, 2003

15 Greatest Hits

15 Greatest Hits released.
Favoritas Con Amor
AlbumJan 13, 2003

Favoritas Con Amor

Favoritas Con Amor released.
Nomination2003

Hot Latin Songs Artist of the Year

Nominated for Billboard Latin …
Nominated for Billboard Latin Music Award for Hot Latin Songs Artist of the Year.
Billboard Latin Music Award
2002
Esenciales: The Ultimate Collection
AlbumNov 26, 2002

Esenciales: The Ultimate Collection

Esenciales: The Ultimate Collection released.
Grandes Hits
AlbumSep 10, 2002

Grandes Hits

Grandes Hits is the first greatest hits collection released from …
Grandes Hits is the first greatest hits collection released from Mexican singer Cristian Castro. It was released on September 10, 2002 by BMG.
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Al Rojo Vivo
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TV ShowApr 29, 2002

Al Rojo Vivo

Al Rojo Vivo (Red Hot) is a Spanish language news program …
Al Rojo Vivo (Red Hot) is a Spanish language news program hosted by María Celeste Arrarás on the American television network Telemundo, which has been broadcast on that network since 2002, replacing the long-running Ocurrió Así. The name derives from the Spanish language expression meaning heated until red hot, the glowing color of an object between about 500 °C and 800 °C. As in English it can be used to indicate intense emotion or a situation ready to be shaped or forged by public opinion.
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Award2002

Hot Latin Songs Artist of the Year

Won Billboard Latin Music …
Won Billboard Latin Music Award for Hot Latin Songs Artist of the Year.
Billboard Latin Music Award
Nomination2002

Hot Latin Songs Artist of the Year

Nominated for Billboard Latin …
Nominated for Billboard Latin Music Award for Hot Latin Songs Artist of the Year.
Billboard Latin Music Award
2001
Serie 32
AlbumNov 13, 2001

Serie 32

Serie 32 released.
Don Francisco Presenta
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TV ShowOct 10, 2001

Don Francisco Presenta

Don Francisco Presenta was …
Don Francisco Presenta was a Spanish-language talk/reality show produced by Univision, and was hosted by Don Francisco. From October 11, 2001 to November 3, 2010, Univision originally aired Don Francisco Presenta on Wednesday nights at 10pm/9c. From November 10, 2010 to January 30, 2012, Univision aired the talk show Monday nights at 10pm/9c, after Cristina ended its run. The series also aired five specials between 2002 and 2008.
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Perfiles
AlbumSep 11, 2001

Perfiles

Perfiles released.
SongJun 5, 2001

Lloviendo estrellas
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Azul
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AlbumJun 5, 2001

Azul

Azul is the seventh studio album recorded by Mexican singer …
Azul is the seventh studio album recorded by Mexican singer and songwriter, Cristian Castro. It was released by BMG U.S. Latin on June 5, 2001 (see 2001 in music). It was produced again by Colombian songwriter and record producer Kike Santander working last album Cristian's Mi Vida Sin Tu Amor (1999). It was nominated Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album in the 44th Annual Grammy Awards on February 27, 2002. The title track, "Azul", topped the Latin charts.
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Nomination2001

Hot Latin Songs Artist of the Year

Nominated for Billboard Latin …
Nominated for Billboard Latin Music Award for Hot Latin Songs Artist of the Year.
Billboard Latin Music Award
Best Latin Pop Album
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Nomination2001

Best Latin Pop Album

Nominated for "Azul".
Grammy Award
2000
Cristian
AlbumNov 14, 2000

Cristian

Cristian released.
Remixes
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AlbumMay 16, 2000

Remixes

Remixes is a compilation album of remixes by Cristian Castro …
Remixes is a compilation album of remixes by Cristian Castro released in 2000 by Sony BMG.
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Nomination2000

Latin Pop Track of the Year

Nominated for "Alguna Vez".
Billboard Music Award
Nomination2000

Hot Latin Songs Artist of the Year

Nominated for Billboard Latin …
Nominated for Billboard Latin Music Award for Hot Latin Songs Artist of the Year.
Billboard Latin Music Award
1999
Serie Millennium 21
AlbumAug 10, 1999

Serie Millennium 21

Serie Millennium 21 released.
Mi Vida Sin Tu Amor
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AlbumApr 27, 1999

Mi Vida Sin Tu Amor

Mi Vida Sin Tu Amor is a Latin Pop album by Cristian Castro …
Mi Vida Sin Tu Amor is a Latin Pop album by Cristian Castro released in 1999. It was nominated for Best Latin Pop Album of 2000.
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1997
Mis Mejores Momentos: Para Coleccionistas Romantic)
AlbumOct 28, 1997

Mis Mejores Momentos: Para Coleccioni…

Mis Mejores Momentos: Para Coleccionistas Romantic) …
Mis Mejores Momentos: Para Coleccionistas Romantic) released.
SongSep 30, 1997

Lo mejor de mí
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SongSep 30, 1997

Lloran las rosas
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Lo mejor de mí
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AlbumSep 30, 1997

Lo mejor de mí

Lo Mejor de Mí is fifth studio album recorded by Mexican singer …
Lo Mejor de Mí is fifth studio album recorded by Mexican singer-songwriter Cristian Castro, credited for this recording simply as "Cristian." It was released by BMG U.S. Latin on September 30, 1997 (see 1997 in music). The first album from under record label. The album was produced by Rudy Pérez.
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20 Kilates Musicales
AlbumJul 22, 1997

20 Kilates Musicales

20 Kilates Musicales released.
Best Latin Pop Album
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Nomination1997

Best Latin Pop Album

Nominated for "Lo mejor de mí".
Grammy Award
1996
El Deseo de Oír Tu Voz
AlbumFeb 15, 1996

El Deseo de Oír Tu Voz

El Deseo de Oír Tu Voz is …
El Deseo de Oír Tu Voz is the fourth studio album recorded by Mexican singer-songwriter Cristian Castro. It was released by Fonovisa on January 23, 1996. It was the last album to be released under label. The album was produced by Daniel Freiberg, A.B. Quintanilla III and Andrés Calamaro. The song, Morelia, was previously used as the main theme for the telenovela of the same name and was also previously released on Castro's 1994 album El Camino del Alma. Amarte a Tí and Amor both reached number one Hot Latin Tracks in 1996.
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1995
Amor
MovieDec 8, 1995

Amor

Amor released.
El Camino del Alma
AlbumAug 15, 1995

El Camino del Alma

El camino del alma (The path of the soul) is the third studio album …
El camino del alma (The path of the soul) is the third studio album released by Mexican Latin pop singer Cristian Castro. It was released on August 15, 1994. Its major hit was the cover Juan Gabriel's "Mañana, Mañana". The album was nominated in 1996 for Best Latin Pop Album in the Grammy Awards and a Lo Nuestro Award for Pop Album of the Year.
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1994
Best Latin Pop Album
Nomination1994

Best Latin Pop Album

Nominated for "El Camino del Alma".
Grammy Award
1993
Un Segundo en el Tiempo
AlbumJul 20, 1993

Un Segundo en el Tiempo

Un Segundo en el Tiempo …
Un Segundo en el Tiempo (English: A second in time) is the second studio album by Latin Superstar Mexican Cristian Castro, it was released on July 20, 1993. The album itself did not chart on the Billboard, however, the track, Nunca Voy a Olvidarte, reached #1 on Hot Latin Tracks of 1993.
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1992
Las secretas intenciones
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TV ShowAug 17, 1992

Las secretas intenciones

Las secretas intenciones, is …
Las secretas intenciones, is a Mexican telenovela produced by Lucy Orozco for Televisa in 1992. Starring by Cristián Castro, Yolanda Andrade and Helena Rojo.
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Agua Nueva
AlbumJun 30, 1992

Agua Nueva

Agua Nueva (English: New water) is the debut album by …
Agua Nueva (English: New water) is the debut album by Mexican pop singer, Cristian Castro, It was released on June 30, 1992. It was nominated for Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album in 1993. Following Fonovisa's purchase by the Universal Music Group, the album was re-released in 1998 with a different track listing.
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Best Latin Pop Album
Nomination1992

Best Latin Pop Album

Nominated for "Agua Nueva".
Grammy Award
SongJan 1, 1992

No podrás
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1989
Mi segunda madre
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TV ShowJan 16, 1989

Mi segunda madre

Mi segunda madre (English: My second mother) is a Mexican …
Mi segunda madre (English: My second mother) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Juan Osorio and broadcast by Canal de las Estrellas in 1989. It starred María Sorté, Enrique Novi and Daniela Castro as juvenile protagonist, with the conflicting interests of Fernando Ciangherotti, Alejandra Maldonado and stellar performances by Liliana Abud, Alfredo Adame and the first actress Ada Carrasco.
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1986
Herencia maldita
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TV ShowNov 3, 1986

Herencia maldita

Herencia maldita (English title: Cursed inheritance) is a …
Herencia maldita (English title: Cursed inheritance) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Ernesto Alonso for Televisa in 1986. Angélica María and Miguel Palmer starred as protagonists, while Manuel Ojeda and Liliana Abud starred as antagonists.
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1974
Cristian Castro
BirthDecember 1974

Cristian Castro

Cristian Castro was born.
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