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Belinda discography

Belinda discography
Monterrey
Releases
Studio albums 4
Compilation albums 2
EPs 4
Singles 17
Video albums 2
Music videos 22
Soundtracks 5

The discography of Spanish-born Mexican singer-songwriter Belinda consists of three studio albums, four EPs, five soundtracks, twenty singles, two DVDs, and twenty-two music videos. Billboard mentioned her as "The Mexican Princess of Pop". Belinda is listed as the third best-selling female Mexican artist in the United States, with over 2 million records sold, behind Thalía and Paulina Rubio.[1] Together, her three studio albums and soundtracks have sold over 12 million copies worldwide.[2]

Albums

Studio albums

Year Album Peak chart positions
[3]
Certifications
(sales thresholds)
Sales
MEX US Latin Pop US
Top Latin
US
Top Heat
ARG[4] SPA
2003 Belinda
1
[5]
6
28
2
40
[6]
2006 Utopía
3
[11]
8
20
19
1
39[12]
  • ARG: 2x Platinum[4]
  • MEX: Platinum[8]
2010 Carpe Diem
  • Release date: March 23, 2010
  • Label: Capitol Latin
  • Formats: CD, digital download
7
[14]
3
12
21
5
96[15]
2013 Catarsis[17]
  • Release date: July 2, 2013
  • Label: Capitol Latin
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1[18]
2
4
9
9
29[19]
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or weren't released

Soundtracks

Year Album Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales thresholds)
Sales
MEX US US Latin Pop US
Top Latin
US
Regional
2000 Amigos X Siempre
  • Release Date: February 17, 2000
  • Label: Sony BMG
  • Formats: CD, cassette
1[26]
15[27]
47[27]
2001 Aventuras En El Tiempo
  • Release Date: July 31, 2001
  • Label: Fonovisa
  • Formats: CD, cassette
1[29]
2002 Cómplices Al Rescate: Silvana
  • Release Date: February 14, 2002
  • Label: Sony BMG, RCA, Fonovisa
  • Formats: CD, cassette
2[29]
5[31]
6[31]
Cómplices Al Rescate: Mariana
  • Release Date: February 14, 2002
  • Label: Sony BMG, RCA, Fonovisa
  • Formats: CD, cassette
1[29]
5[34]
1[34]
  • MEX: Platinum[32]
  • US: Platinum[7]
2006 The Cheetah Girls 2
68[35]
5[36]
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or weren't released

Singles

Main singles

Year Title Peak chart positions Certification Album
US
Latin

[40]
US
Latin Pop

[40]
US
Trop

[40]
2003 "Lo Siento" 34 Belinda
"Boba Niña Nice"
2004 "Ángel" 14[41]
"Vivir"
"No Entiendo" (featuring Andy & Lucas)
2005 "Be Free"
"¿Dónde Iré Yo?"[A]
2006 "Ni Freud ni tu mamá" 38 16 31 Utopía
2007 "Bella Traición" 14 12 11
"Luz Sin Gravedad" 29
"Alguien Más"[A]
"Es De Verdad"[A] 41 18
"If We Were"
2008 "See A Little Light"
2009 "Sal de Mi Piel"[A] 36 Carpe Diem
2010 "Egoísta" (featuring Pitbull) 28 18 29
"Dopamina"
"Lolita"[A] 31 21
2012 "En El Amor Hay Que Perdonar" 39 18 17 Catarsis
"Te Voy A Esperar"[A] 21 7
2013 "En La Obscuridad" 33 9
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or weren't released

Notes

  • A^ Released as promotional single.

As featured artist

Year Title Peak chart positions
[43][43][44][45][46]
Certification Album
US
Hot 100
US Pop SPA
2005 "Muriendo lento" (Moderatto featuring Belinda) Detector de metal
2006 "Amigas Cheetahs" (The Cheetah Girls featuring Belinda) 110 87 The Cheetah Girls 2
"Dance With Me" (Drew Seeley featuring Belinda) 120
2008 "Te quiero (Spanglish Remix)" (Flex featuring Belinda) 86 1 1 Te quiero
"Your Hero" (Finley featuring Belinda) Adrenalina 2
2010 "Somos el mundo" (with various artists) 31 Non-album single
"Ay Haití" (with various artists) 1 Non-album single
"Que cante la vida" (with various artists) 52 Non-album single

"Constantemente Mia" Il Volo "Mas que Amor"

"—" denotes releases that did not chart or weren't released

DVDs

Year Album details Certifications
(sales thresholds)
2005 Fiesta en la Azotea: En Vivo Desde el Auditorio Nacional
  • Released: February 15, 2005
  • Label: Sony BMG, RCA
  • Formats: DVD
  • MEX: Platinum + gold[8]
2007 In Concert: The Party's Just Begun Tour

Videography

Music videos

Year Title Director(s)
2003 "Lo Siento" Oliver Castro[49]
"Boba Niña Nice" Victor González[50]
2004 "Ángel" Alejandro Lozano[50]
"Vivir"
"No Entiendo" (with Andy & Lucas)
2005 "Be Free" Rodolfo Ladiga[50]
2006 "Ni Freud Ni Tu Mamá" Scott Speer[50]
2007 "Bella Traición"
"Luz Sin Gravedad"
"Alguien Más"
"If We Were"
2008 "See A Little Light"
2010 "Egoísta" (with Pitbull) Belinda and Vance Burberry[50]
"Lolita" MTV Co.
2011 "Dopamina" Belinda and Julio Carlos[50]
2012 "En El Amor Hay Que Perdonar" Belinda and Daniel Shain[51]

Guest music videos

Year Title Director(s)
2005 "Muriendo Lento" (Moderatto featuring Belinda) Alejandro Romero/Alonso Ocejo/Rodrigo Valdés[50]
2006 "Dance with Me" (Drew Seeley featuring Belinda) Kenny Ortega
2008 "Your Hero" (Finley featuring Belinda)
"Te Quiero (Remix)" (Flex featuring Belinda) Billy Mann

Promotional videos

Year Title Director(s)
2003 "Se Diferente"
2006 "Amigas Cheetahs" (The Cheetah Girls featuring Belinda) (Movie scene) Kenny Ortega
"Rodolfo El Reno De La Nariz Roja"
2007 "Bella Traición" (Alternative version) Televisa Co.
"Debo Saber" Mattel Co.
2010 "Somos El Mundo" (with Various artists)
"Ay Haití" (with Various artists) Borja Crespo
"Que Cante la Vida" (with Various artists) Alberto Plaza

Cameo appearances

Year Title Director(s)
2000 "Navidad de las Estrellas" (Various artists) Televisa Co.
2010 "Armada Latina" (Cypress Hill) Matt Alonzo

References

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