Alguien Más

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"Alguien Más"
Single by Belinda
from the album Utopía
Released September 2007[1]
Format Digital download, promo
Recorded 2006
Genre Pop rock, teen pop
Length 3:12
Label EMI Televisa Music
Writer(s) Belinda, Nacho Peregrin, Kara DioGuardi, Mitch Allan[2]
Producer(s) Mitch Allan[1]
Belinda singles chronology
"Luz Sin Gravedad"
(2007)
"Alguien Más"
(2007)
"Es De Verdad"
(2007)
Alternative cover
"Alguien Más" Promo

"Alguien Más" (English: "Someone Else") is the fourth single from Belinda's second studio album Utopía.

Background[edit]

The song was released on the radio stations in September 2007, with less successful than their previous single, "Luz Sin Gravedad".

To choose the fourth single, Belinda did a survey to her fans, which won "Alguien Más", followed by "Never Enough", "Amiga Soledad", "Pudo Ser Tan Fácil" and "Good... Good".[3][4] Unlike the first three singles, "Alguien Más" doesn't have an English version.[5]

Composition[edit]

The single was written by Belinda, Nacho Peregín, Kara DioGuardi and Mitch Allan, who also produced the song. The song is about a girl whose boyfriend isn't the same; she feels there is some other girl (someone else) that he is seeing and she is torn apart and won't forgive him.

Tracklist[edit]

Digital download/Promo[1]
  1. Alguien Más - 3:13

Music video[edit]

According to the official Belinda's site, the artist filmed the music video in late July 2007, where she was the producer and guionist.[4] It was to be released but the video was cancelled for unknown reasons.[5] But even though the song was not promoted with a video, it entered the top 100 of the Mexican and Chilean Charts.[5]

Cover[edit]

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