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Mi Plan Remixes

Mi Plan Remixes
Nelly Furtado
Released October 25, 2010
Genre Dance, trance
Length 59:50
Language Spanish, English
Label Universal Music Latino
Nelly Furtado chronology

Mi Plan Remixes
The Best of Nelly Furtado

Mi Plan Remixes is a remix album by Canadian singer-songwriter Nelly Furtado, released on October 25, 2010 by Universal Music Latino. The album consists of twelve remixes of songs from her first Spanish album Mi Plan.

Track listing

Standard edition
No. TitleWriter(s) Length
1. "Fuerte" (Original English Version) (featuring Concha Buika)Nelly Furtado, Alex Cuba, James Bryan 2:50
2. "Manos al Aire" (Robbie Rivera Radio Mix)Furtado, James Bryan, Alex Cuba 3:32
3. "Más" (Urban Remix) (featuring Tony Dize)Furtado, Lester Mendez, Andrés Recio 3:49
4. "Bajo Otra Luz" (Humby Remix)Julieta Venegas, Maria Rodríguez 3:52
5. "Fuerte" (Twisted Dee Club Mix)Furtado, Cuba, Bryan 8:38
6. "Manos al Aire" (Juan Magan Remix)Furtado, James Bryan, Alex Cuba 4:24
7. "Más" (Rebirth Demolition Crew Mix)Furtado, Mendez, Recio 6:26
8. "Bajo Otra Luz" (Dancehall Yogi Remix)Julieta Venegas, Maria Rodríguez 3:44
9. "Fuerte" (Humby Urban Club Mix)Furtado, Cuba, Bryan 3:36
10. "Manos al Aire" (Tiësto Remix)Furtado, James Bryan, Alex Cuba 7:33
11. "Bajo Otra Luz" (Rebirth Demolition Mix)Julieta Venegas, Maria Rodríguez 3:26
12. "Fuerte" (Cajjmere Wray Hot Swear Mix)Furtado, Cuba, Bryan 8:06

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Stephen Thomas Erlewine of Allmusic proclaimed, "while there’s nothing quite essential among the remixes, they’re all enjoyable and possess a more pronounced beat."[1]


Chart (2010) Peak
U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Albums[2] 16

Release history

Region Date Label
United States October 25, 2010[3] Universal Music Latino


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