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Ximena Sariñana Rivera (Spanish: ; born October 29, 1985) is a Mexican singer-songwriter and actress. In 2009, she received critical acclaim and a Grammy nomination for her debut album, Mediocre. Ximena Sariñana was born in Guadalajara, Mexico to producer/director Fernando Sariñana and screenwriter Carolina Rivera and was raised in Mexico City
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Ximena Sariñana is the eponymous second studio album released by Mexican musician Ximena Sariñana, released on August 2, 2011 by Warner Bros. The album marks Sariñana’s first studio album to be completely recorded and released in English (with the exception of the song Tú y Yo, co-written with Natalia Lafourcade). Both a single and a music video for the song Different were released in support of the album. All songs composed by Sariñana.
Listen to music from Ximena Sariñana like ¿Qué Tiene?, Si Tú Te Vas & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Ximena Sariñana. Ximena Sariñana Rivera (born on October 29, 1985 in Guadalajara, Mexico) is a Grammy Award and Latin Grammy nominated Mexican singer-songwriter and actress.
Ximena Sariñana is the eponymous second studio album released by Mexican singer Ximena Sariñana. After the success of Mediocre, with sales of more than 100,000 copies in Mexico, Warner Music Group producers proposed that Ximena Sariñana record a second album. The album contains ten songs in English and one in Spanish, the latter produced by Natalia Lafourcade.
It started off as a joke, Ximena Sariñana said, referring to the title of her first album in five years. Then the Mexican pop singer realized that ¿Dónde Bailarán Las Niñas? (Where Will the Girls Dance?) made sense by the time she was done with the album, featuring 11 tracks of bright, introspective songs about life's moments, big and small. The album's title is a very important name for Mexican pop music," Sariñana said. There's the Maná song and Molotov had their version as well.