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@Thalia Ft Leonel Garcia,Jesus Navarro (Reik) y Samo (Camila) - Con Los Años Que Me Quedan

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Published on Feb 6, 2013

@Thalia Ft Leonel Garcia,Jesus Navarro (Reik) y Samo (Camila) Habitame Siempre
"Con los años que me quedan" ("With The Years I Have Left") is a song by Gloria Estefan composed by Emilio Estefan Jr., released as her second single from her first Spanish album Mi Tierra.

Habítame Siempre (English: Live in me always) is the eleventh studio album by Mexican recording artist Thalía,[1] released on November 19, 2012 by Sony Music Latin.[2] The album consists of 15 tracks, including collaborations with Robbie Williams, Michael Bublé, Gilberto Santa Rosa, Prince Royce, Erik Rubin, Leonel García, Samuel Parra (Samo) and Jesús Navarro.[3]
Thalía was influenced by several different music styles on the album, as there are elements of pop-rock balladry, bachata, salsa, mambo, bossa nova and even nueva trova, all of them combined with Thalia's latin pop style.
Habítame Siempre marks Thalía's first studio album under the label of Sony Music Latin and her first studio recording since the release of Lunada in 2008, as well as a follow-up to her previous acoustic album, Primera Fila, which was one of the most successful spanish-language albums of the last years. Habítame Siempre was certified triple platinum in Mexico for sales exceeding 180,000 copies,[4] platinum in Venezuela and gold in the United States reaching at the #1 position in both the Top Latin and Latin Pop album charts, published by Billboard.[5][6] In Europe the album will be released in February 2013, under the label Sony BMG.[7]
Upon its release, the album received mostly positive reviews from the majority of music critics, who praised Thalía's vocal performance and the overall production of the album.[8]
Habítame Siempre is Thalía's first studio album since the release of Lunada in 2008. She began to work in this music production some time after the huge success of her 2009 acoustic album Primera fila. The sudden death of her mother, as well as the birth of her second child were two very strong emotional moments Thalía passed through while preparing the album. As a result, many of the songs recorded for the album represent Thalía's current feelings and emotional situation. As she declared, the whole album Habítame Sempre (which means "Live in me always") is dedicated to the memory of her mother.[9]
She revealed the cover art of her album through her Instagram account almost a month before the official album release date, while the album title was already rumored to be Habítame Siempre since September, as her private concert at Hammerstein Ballroom was promoted under that title. In the cover, we can see Thalía smiling while she holds a traditional microphone, in a smoky brown background. On October 17, the album was officially presented in New York City,[11] while a few days later, the song Habitame siempre leaked in various websites.
As Thalía stated in many interviews, working in the music material of Habítame Siempre functioned as a soul catharsis for her. She also went on to say that "releasing this album represents a sense of respite and some kind of freedom as well" since in the last 4 years she passed through intense situations like being affected by Lyme disease, losing her beloved mother and having a series of familiar conflicts with her sisters.[12]

"This album has been one of the biggest challenges of my career. There was a contrast of emotions that brought out my deepest feelings; I cried, I laughed and enjoyed myself. On this record, I left the imprints of everything I had inside of me. The songs we selected were perfect for expressing all these emotions. I hope my fans enjoy it as much as I do..."[10]
—Thalía stated about "Habitame Siempre".

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