2016
Simplemente amigos
AlbumJun 22, 2016

Simplemente amigos

Simplemente amigos released.
2011
Felicidad y Perpetua
AlbumNov 21, 2011

Felicidad y Perpetua

Felicidad y Perpetua (Happiness and Everlasting) is the third …
Felicidad y Perpetua (Happiness and Everlasting) is the third album by Colombian singer-songwriter Fanny Lu, released by Universal Music Latino on November 21, 2011. As executive producer of the album, Fanny Lu enlisted a variety of producers to collaborate like Andrés Munera, José Gaviria, Steve Greenberg, Mario Balducci, Jesús Miranda and Manuela Mejía. Sonically, the album is rooted in Latin pop, electropop and Ranchera, but also incorporates a variety of other genres such as Vallenato.
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SongNov 21, 2011

Don Juan
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Nomination2011

Premios Shock

Nominated for "Fanfarrón".
2010
SongMay 4, 2010

Mar de Amor
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Nomination2010

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
2009
6 Super Hits
AlbumNov 17, 2009

6 Super Hits

6 Super Hits released.
SongNov 17, 2009

Celos [Urban Remix]
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2008
Dos
AlbumDec 8, 2008

Dos

Dos (English: Two) is the title of the second album by Colombian …
Dos (English: Two) is the title of the second album by Colombian Pop and Vallenato singer Fanny Lu. The album was released in Colombia on December 8, 2008, and in the United States and Puerto Rico the following week. In Colombia, Dos went straight to number one in the album charts in its debut week. The album features the lead single and the official song of the year in Colombia, "Tú No Eres Para Mi" (You Are Not For Me).
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SongDec 8, 2008

Tú no eres para mí
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SongDec 8, 2008

Celos
  • YouTube
2005
Lágrimas Cálidas
AlbumJan 1, 2005

Lágrimas Cálidas

Lágrimas Cálidas (English: Warm Tears) is the debut studio …
Lágrimas Cálidas (English: Warm Tears) is the debut studio album by Colombian recording artist Fanny Lu, released on January 1, 2005. The record contains ten tracks, most of which were composed by Jose Gaviria, and produced with Andres Munera. Musically, the album experiments with tropipop, which is composed of the genres of vallenato, merengue, and pop music. Recording for the album took place in 2004 in three cities: Miami, Bogota and Medellin. An international version of the album, containing two remixes, was released exclusively in United States, Spain and Colombia.
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SongJan 1, 2005

No Te Pido Flores
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SongJan 1, 2005

Y si te digo
  • YouTube
1973
Fanny Lu
BirthFebruary 1973

Fanny Lu

Fanny Lu was born.
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