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Cuenta Conmigo

Cuenta Conmigo
Jerry Rivera
Released May 26, 1992 (1992-05-26)
Recorded 1991-92
Genre Salsa
Label Sony Discos
Jerry Rivera chronology

Abriendo Puertas (1990) Cuenta Conmigo (1992) Cara de Niño (1993)
Singles from Cuenta Conmigo
  1. "Amores Como el Nuestro"
    Released: 1992 (1992)
  2. "Casi un Hechizo"
    Released: 1992 (1992)
  3. "Cuenta Conmigo"
    Released: 1993 (1993)
  4. "Una en un Millón"
    Released: 1993 (1993)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Cuenta Conmigo (Count on Me) is Jerry Rivera's second and most successful album. The album is the best-selling salsa album,[2][3] selling over five million copies.[4] His hit song, "Amores Como el Nuestro", is considered by his fans to be his best song and signature song. The album was awarded "Tropical Album of the Year" at the Lo Nuestro Awards of 1993.[5]

Track listing

  1. Casi Un Hechizo [4:39]
  2. Amores Como el Nuestro [5:04]
  3. A Ti Mi Nena [4:42]
  4. Me Estoy Muriendo de Amor [4:58]
  5. El Principe de la Ciudad [4:41]
  6. Una en un Millón [5:03]
  7. Amor de Colegio [4:32]
  8. Chiquilla [5:03]
  9. Cuenta Conmigo [5:09]
  10. Me Estoy Enamorando [4:51]

Chart position

Album

Year Chart Album Peak
1992 Billboard Tropical/Salsa Cuenta Conmigo 1
1993 Billboard Top Latin Albums Cuenta Conmigo 16
[1]

Singles[1]

Year Chart Single Peak
1992 Billboard Hot Latin Tracks Amores Como el Nuestro 16
1992 Billboard Hot Latin Tracks Casi un Hechizo 22
1992 Billboard Hot Latin Tracks Cuenta Conmigo 24
1993 Billboard Hot Latin Tracks Una en un Millon 22

Certification

See also

  • List of number-one Billboard Tropical Albums from the 1990s

References


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