Spanish singers who triumphed in Mexico

Spanish singers who triumphed in Mexico
If there is a country in the world that has exported talent, that is Spain, because over the past few years, it has let us know more about its musicians and groups. Whether they are in the rock or pop genre, Spain has never disappointed the music industry and continues to generate acts that reach every corner of the world thanks to its originality and passion. They say that Mexico is the platform to succeed throughout the Americas and this list shows these great examples. Which are your favorites ?. Vote and comment on the subject. *

TOP 13:

Those from the river

"Give your body Macarena joy ..." That you cannot read it without singing it, or worse, without reviewing the famous choreography. Los del Río arrived in Mexico directly from the city of Seville beyond 1994 with this hymn of the holidays. Although many do not remember Los del Río for his extensive career, there is not a single person in the world who does not know his greatest success: 'Macarena'. This song reached the top of the charts worldwide.

TOP 12:

Bertín Osborne

* Suggested by the user "rafacda2" Norberto Juan Ortiz Osborne (Jerez de la Frontera, Spain, December 7, 1954), known as Bertín Osborne, is a Spanish singer, presenter and actor. Although his first musical performance dates back to 1971, at the El Escorial Song Festival, he had to wait until 1980, to sign his first contract to record an album, which came to light in 1981, with themes such as Mediterranean Love , "You, only You" (composed and produced by Danilo Vaona), Forgive me (of the composer Camilo Sesto), "What happens to us this morning" (of the composer Juan Carlos Calderón), Adiós Lucía. A year later he edited Como a Vagabundo, his second LP directed and produced by Danilo Vaona. In 1983 he participated in the San Remo Festival with the theme Eterna Malattia (Eterna disease), receiving the Critics Award for the best performer. Among his latest works is Sabor a México, where he pays tribute to the rancheras. He began working on the small screen performing a soap opera in Mexico called Amor de nadie alongside Lucía Méndez; On his return to Spain, in 1992 he was hired by the Telecinco network to present a night dating space for couples entitled Contact with touch, with content considered of high erotic level for the canons of the moment. From that moment on he became one of the most popular television presenters in Spain.

TOP 11:

Wizard of Oz

This grouping was extremely popular in the 1990s and is still booming; however, his career began in 1988. Mägo de Oz has 14 studio albums and was responsible for spreading the fusion of metal with folk.

TOP 10:

The Ear of Van Gogh

In the late 90s and early 2000s, this pop group came to make thousands of people fall in love with their romantic themes. Originally from San Sebastián, this group is one of the favorites of the “lovers of love”, and despite the changes in their ranks, it never ceased to be.

TOP 9:

G men

These men were just what the world needed in the 80s, so their success came to Mexico and from there to the rest of the world. More than 10 studio albums support the career and genius that the members of Hombres G have shaped since their formation in 1982 ...

TOP 8:

Heroes of Silence

If we talk about rock in Spanish, we have to mention this group from Zaragoza. Heroes of Silence had its origin beyond 1984 and for more than a decade managed to captivate millions of people.

TOP 7:

The fifth station

* Suggested by the user "Rafacda2" La Quinta Estación was a Spanish pop music group from 2000 to 2010 composed of Madrid musicians Natalia Jiménez (vocals), Ángel Reyero (guitar) and Pablo Domínguez (guitar). Previously Sven Martín (2000-2003) was also part. In 2010 the band dissolved. Natalia Jiménez is currently still a soloist. BMG Mexico through its president, Antonio Blanco, travels to Madrid, Spain, to sign a record contract, and subsequently offer them the opportunity to travel to Mexico to record their first album. Finally, Natalia, Sven, Pablo and Ángel decide to cross the puddle.

TOP 6:


This famous group in the 80s and 90s was formed in the city of Madrid in 1981 by the brothers Cano and Ana Torroja. Their songs were very successful in Spain, but when they arrived in Mexico, they drove the American continent crazy, turning their lyrics into hymns for a whole generation.

TOP 5:

Monica Naranjo

* Suggested by the user "Cleopatra VII" Mónica Naranjo Carrasco, known as Mónica Naranjo (Figueras, Gerona, May 23, 1974), is a Spanish singer, songwriter, music producer and presenter. Throughout his musical career, he estimated sales of around 9 million records. In 1990 he met the music producer Cristóbal Sánsano, with whom he made several promotional tours in Spain; but he did not have the expected success, so he decided to emigrate to Mexico. There, in 1994 he released his first album Mónica Naranjo, 4 with the Sony Music label. From him the simple ones were extracted: "Love places", "You only live once", "Alone", "Fire of passion", "Supernatural", "Hear me!" and "Crying in the rain." At that time one of his main characteristics was the color of his hair: his bicolor style (half blond, half brown) was his main brand of identity. The tour of this album was called Monica Naranjo Tour.

TOP 4:

Alejandro Sanz

Born in the city of Madrid, Sanz is one of the most recognized singer-songwriters in the world for his characteristic lyrics. He has sold more than 25 million copies of his albums worldwide and has won 17 Latin Grammys and 3 Anglo Grammys.

TOP 3:

Miguel Bosé

We already know that Bosé was born in Panama, however, he is more Spanish than anything else. He is the son of Spanish bullfighter Luis Miguel Dominguín and Italian actress Lucia Bosé. His success grew and grew in Mexico, leading him to sell thousands and thousands of copies in the world.

TOP 2:

Enrique Iglesias

He is one of the most recognized artists in the world, since since he began his career in Mexico, he has not ceased to reap success ... Do not you remember him with that characteristic sweater and special verruguita?

TOP 1:

Rocio durcal

Born on October 4, 1944 and died in 2006, Durcal was one of the best singers exported by her native Spain, although she called herself "The most Mexican Spanish." Rocío managed to conquer the hearts of thousands of Mexicans with his endearing songs and duets.