Anahí discography

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Anahí discography
Releases
Studio albums 5
Compilation albums 3
EPs 1
Singles 17
Music videos 15
Promotional singles 6

The discography of Anahí, a Mexican pop singer, consists of five studio albums, three compilation albums, one extended play (EP), seventeen singles (including two as a featured artist), six promotional singles and fifteen music videos. Before RBD Anahí released four albums. The success of them was more limited, none of them officially charted. She has sold 3 million albums as a solo artist.[1]

In 2009 she released the album Mi Delirio. The album had a moderate success selling 1 million copies worldwide[2] The first single of the album charted on the US Latin Pop chart. The album was certified gold in Brazil for over 20,000 copies sold.[3]

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Before RBDAnahí released four albums. The success of them was limited, none of them officially charted.[4]

Year Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
US Latin[5] US Latin Pop[5] MEX SPA ARG POL BRA
2009 Mi Delirio 4 2 14[6] 7[7]
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released.

EPs[edit]

Year EP
2010 Alérgico (Fan Edition) – EP
  • Released: November 9, 2010 [12]
  • Label: EMI
  • Formats: CD, Digital download

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak chart positions Album
US Latin Pop[5] US Latin Rhythm[5] MEX SPA[13]
2009 "Mi Delirio" 29 38 Mi Delirio
2010 "Me Hipnotizas" 11[14]
"Quiero" 43
"Alérgico" 2[15]
2011 "Para Qué"
2013 "Absurda" Non-album release
2015 "Están Ahí"[16] TBA
"—" Denotes releases that did not chart or were not released.

Featured singles[edit]

Year Single Peak chart positions Album
US Latin Pop[5] US Latin Rhythm[5] MEX SPA[17]
2009 "El Regalo Más Grande"
(Tiziano Ferro featuring Anahí and Dulce María)
A Mi Edad
2011 "Libertad"
(Christian Chávez featuring Anahí)
58 Single release

Promotional singles[edit]

Year Single Album
2009 "Te Puedo Escuchar" Mi Delirio
"Él Me Mintió"
"Hasta Que Llegues Tú"
2010 "Aleph"
2011 "Dividida" Non-album release
"Click"
(with Ale Sergi and Bryan Amadeus)
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released.

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Director(s)
1996 "Corazón de Bombón" Rubén Galindo
2000 "Primer Amor" Pedro Damián
"Superenamorándome" Fernando de Garay
2001 "Tu Amor Cayó Del Cielo" -
2009 "El Regalo Más Grande"
(Tiziano Ferro featuring Anahí and Dulce María)
Gaetano Morbioli
"Mi Delirio" Max Gutiérrez
2010 "Quiero" Ricardo Moreno
"Me Hipnotizas"
"Por Estar Juntos"
(with Artists of Televisa)
-
"Alérgico"
(Portuguese version, featuring Renne Fernandes)
Rafael Kent
2011 "Alérgico"
(Spanish duet version, featuring Noel Schajris)
-
"Libertad"
(Christian Chávez featuring Anahí)
Max Gutiérrez
"Para Qué" Rafael Kent
"Click"
(with Ale Sergi and Bryan Amadeus)
Diego Martínez Ulanosky and
Giannfranco Quatrini
"Dividida" David Ruiz "Leche"
2013 "Absurda"
(Lyric video)
Marco Cañas[18]

Other appearances[edit]

The following songs are not (official or promotional) singles and have not appeared on an album by Anahí.

Year Song Album
1999 "Adela"[19] El diario de Daniela
"Baile de los Muñecos"[20] Ellas cantan a Cri Cri
2000 "Juntos" (Kuno Becker featuring Anahí) Primer Amor... A Mil Por Hora
"Primer Amor (Remix)"
2010 "Por Estar Juntos" (with Artists of Televisa) Non-album release
2011 "Rendirme En Tu Amor" (featuring Carlos Ponce)

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