Boca Rosa

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"Boca Rosa"
Single by Ángela Carrasco
from the album Boca Rosa
Released 1988 (1988)
Format Promo single
Recorded 1987-1988
Genre Latin
Length 3:17
Label EMI Capitol
Songwriter(s) Luis Carlos Esteban
Producer(s) J.R. Florez
Ángela Carrasco singles chronology
"Si Tú Eres Mi Hombre y yo Tu Mujer"
(1986)
"Boca Rosa"
(1988)
"No Quiero Nada de Tí"
(1989)
"Si Tú Eres Mi Hombre y yo Tu Mujer"
(1986)
"Boca Rosa"
(1988)
"No Quiero Nada de Tí"
(1989)

"Boca Rosa" ("Pink Lips") is a song written by Luis Carlos Esteban, produced by J.R. Florez and performed by Dominican performer Ángela Carrasco. It was released as the first single from the album of the same title (1988). The song became Carrasco's first number-one single on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks chart and also was nominated for a Lo Nuestro Award for Pop Song of the Year at the 1st Lo Nuestro Awards.[1]

"Boca Rosa" debuted in the chart at number 49 on September 3, 1988 and climbed to the top ten four weeks later. It reached the top position of the survey on October 22, 1988, replacing "María" by Cuban singer Franco and being replaced four weeks later by Roberto Carlos' "Si El Amor Se Va". "Boca Rosa" ranked at number 21 in the Hot Latin Tracks year-end chart of 1988. Chantelle and Millonarios also recorded their version of the song.[2]

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  1. ^ Coto, Juan Carlos (May 28, 1989), "Univision Launches Latin Music Awards", The Miami Herald 
  2. ^ "Boca Rosa" at AllMusic