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Cara de Niño

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Cara de Niño

Cara de Niño
Jerry Rivera
Released 1993
Genre Salsa
Label Sony Discos
Jerry Rivera chronology

Cuenta Conmigo (1992) Cara de Niño (1993) Lo Nuevo y Mejor (1994)
Singles from Cara de Niño
  1. "Que Hay de Malo"
    Released: 1993
  2. "Cara de Niño"
    Released: 1993
  3. "Dia y Noche Pienso en Ella"
    Released: 1994
  4. "No Hieras Mi Vida"
    Released: 1994

Cara de Niño (Face of a Child) is Jerry Rivera's third studio album. The album was nominated at the 37th Grammy Awards for Best Tropical Latin Album. The lead single, Que Hay de Malo, became Rivera's first single to reach on the top ten peaking at number-four.

Track listing

  1. Solo Tu
  2. Que Hay de Malo
  3. Cara de Niño
  4. No Hieras Mi Vida
  5. Dia y Noche Pienso en Ella
  6. En Las Nubes
  7. No Me Puedes Dejar Asi
  8. Deseo Loco
  9. Para Ti
  10. Por Tenerte

Chart position


Year Chart[1] Album Peak
1993 Billboard Tropical/Salsa Cara de Niño 2
1993 Billboard Top Latin Albums Cara de Niño 3


Year Chart[2] Single Peak
1993 Billboard Hot Latin Tracks Que Hay de Malo 4
1994 Billboard Hot Latin Tracks Cara de Niño 22
1994 Billboard Hot Latin Tracks Dia y Noche Pienso en Ella 31
1994 Billboard Hot Latin Tracks No Hieras Mi Vida 11

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[3]

Allmusic gave the album a 4.5 out of 5 cites the album as one of his finest albums produced.



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