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Alicia Villarreal

After taking part in different rings in her native city, regional Mexican singer Alicia Villarreal became a member of successful Grupo Límite, playing alongside accordionist Gerardo Padilla, guitarist Sergio Ponce, bassist Jesús Cantú, percussionist Carlos Memoryírez, and drummer Juan Cantú. Grupo Límite debuted using the discharge of Por Puro Amor in 1995, learning to be a top-selling group immediately after. Alicia Villarreal’s initial solo album, known as Soy Lo Prohibido, was made by Homero Patón and released with the Latin department of General in 2001. Cuando un Corazon Se Cruza made an appearance in early 2004, and Orgullo de Mujer, an record that damaged the Billboard 200 and gained Villarreal a Grammy nomination, implemented two years afterwards.

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