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Rosa Pastel

"Rosa Pastel"
Single by Belanova
from the album Dulce Beat
Released 2 April 2006
December 2006
Format CD single, digital download
Recorded 2005
Genre Synthpop, electro rock, dance-pop
Length 3:06
Label Universal México
Producer(s) Guerrero, Denisse
Huerta, Edgar A.
Arreola, Ricardo
López, Cachorro
Belanova singles chronology
"Por Ti"
(2005)
"Rosa Pastel"
(2006)
"Niño"
(2006)

Rosa Pastel (Pastel Pink) is the third single from Belanova's album Dulce Beat. After the success from Por Ti, Belanova made a re-release of Dulce Beat album named Dulce Beat 2.0, and Universal Records agreed with Belanova, to choose Rosa Pastel to be the single and promotional song from the new edition album. The song was composed by Belanova.


Tracklist

Digital Download

  1. Rosa Pastel (Album version) - 3:06

Music video

The music video was directed by Chicle and was filmed in Mexico City. The video ranked on Mtv's Los 10+ Pedidos Latinoamerica #1 for 11 weeks. It also ranked on the best music videos from 2006 in #11, and #3 just counting Hispanic music videos.

Covers

This song was covered by Mexican Duranguense band, Los Duros de Durango, on their first recording album "Los Duros de Durango: 12 éxitos en Duranguense".

Charts

Chart (2006) Peak
Latin Pop Songs[1] 26

References

  1. ^ Rosa Pastel - Belanova
  • Yahoo's Music band's pages
  • Official page
  • Official fan page
  • Fan Made's blogs
  • Billboard's charts
  • Rosa Pastel's cover
  • Rosa Pastel's cover

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