The Now That's What I Call Music! Launches Its First Spanish Language CD Now Latino - Esto Es Musica!
Now Latino Features 20 Top Latin And Reggaeton Hits
In Stores March 21 2006
NEW YORK, March 16 /PRNewswire/ -- On March 21 the Now That's What I Call Music! series debuts its first ever Spanish language hits compilation -- Now Latino - Esto Es Musica! Following the footsteps of the well-established top selling brand, Now Latino features 20 of today's hottest Latin and Reggaeton hits (see track listing at the bottom). Including several #1's and Top 10's hits, Now Latino represents the best of current Latin and Reggaeton music available on one CD. Collectively the artists on Now Latino have sold over 20 million units in the U.S. to date. Now That's What I Call Music! is the most consistent multi-platinum-selling music brand today -- it has achieved US sales of more than 55 million units to become the most successful multi-artist series of all time. NOW is an unprecedented cooperative project between EMI Music, The Universal Music Group, Sony BMG Music Entertainment and the Zomba Group of labels. Since it was introduced in the United States seven years ago, the series has been known as a harbinger of contemporary tastes and a reflection of the most popular music of the day. Every single CD in the Now That's What I Call Music series has been certified platinum or multi-platinum, and NOW remains the most successful branded compilation ever launched in the music business, with continual, massive chart and sales successes. The series debuted in the United States in 1998 after the NOW brand had been an enormous, multi-platinum international success for nearly 20 years, with some 56 volumes featuring pop hits released in the UK alone. To date, the NOW series has generated sales of 146 million albums worldwide. Every album in the US NOW series has reached the Billboard Top 10 and eight have now debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top 200, making NOW the only non-soundtrack, multi-artist collection to occupy the top spot on this distinguished album sales chart. Track Listing 1. Rompe -- Daddy Yankee, 2. Ella y Yo -- Aventura, featuring Don Omar 3. Para Tu Amor -- Juanes 4. Daria -- La 5ta Estacion 5. Nuestro Amor -- RBD 6. Na Na Na (Dulce Nina) -- A.B. Quintanilla III presents Kumbia Kings 7. No Te Preocupes Por Mi -- Chayanne 8. Llame Pa' Verte (Bailando Sexy) -- Wisin & Yandel 9. Malo -- BEBE 10. Acompaname A Estar Solo -- Ricardo Arjona 11. Estoy Perdido -- Luis Fonsi 12. Seduccion -- Thalia 13. La Locura Automatica -- La Secta Allstar 14. Eso Ehh..!!! -- Alexis & Fido 15. Yo Voy -- Zion & Lennox 16. Van Bailalo Angel & Khriz 17. Amor Eterno -- Christian Castro 18. Noviembre sin ti -- Reik 19. Suelta Mi Mano -- Sin Bandera 20. Para Vivir -- Alejandro Fernandez
SOURCE Sony BMG Music Entertainment
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