Búscame

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Búscame
Jencarlos Buscame Single.jpg
Studio album by Jencarlos Canela
Released November 10, 2009 (USA)
Recorded 2008–2009
Genre Pop
Length 52:09
Language Spanish
Label Bullseye Music
Producer Rudy Pérez
Jencarlos Canela chronology
Búscame
(2009)
Singles from Búscame
  1. "Amor Quédate"
    Released: October 06, 2009
  2. "Búscame"
    Released: May 25, 2010

Búscame is the debut album by singer/actor Jencarlos Canela. The album features the hit single "Amor Quédate", the theme song from the hit Telemundo telenovela Más Sabe el Diablo. "Búscame" was produced by: Rudy Pérez, a partner in Bullseye Music along with music industry: Rick Stevens and Marco Bissi.

Búscame seems to be the highest album to debut on the Billboard Latin Chart, reaching the #2 spot in the "Latin Pop Albums" in the first week. According to SoundScan.com the albums has sold around more than 8,000 copies.[1]

Singles[edit]

  1. Amor Quédate - 3:39
  2. Búscame - 3:15

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Nadie Como Yo" Chris Price & Rudy Pérez 3:30
2. "Búscame" Rudy Pérez, Marcelo Sánchez 3:15
3. "Amor Quédate" Rudy Pérez 3:39
4. "Porque Aun Te Amo" Rudy Pérez 4:26
5. "Sálvame" Rudy Pérez 3:29
6. "Tu Veneno" Rudy Pérez, Marcelo Sánchez 2:49
7. "No Te Voy a Perder" Rudy Pérez 3:18
8. "Más Fuerte Que Yo" Rudy Pérez 3:43
9. "Estés Donde Estés" Jencarlos Canela 3:42
10. "Quiero Despertar" Jencarlos Canela 3:50
11. "Una Lágrima No Basta" Adolfo Angel 3:46
12. "Es Tan Triste" Rudy Pérez 2:11
13. "Amor Quédate [Unplugged Version]" Rudy Pérez 3:38
14. "Amor Quédate [Salsa Version]" Rudy Pérez 4:49
15. "Amor Quédate [Club Version]" Rudy Pérez 3:33
16. "Amor Quédate [Multimedia / Video Bonus]" Rudy Pérez 3:59
Total length: 52:09

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[2]

Allmusic gave the album a three-star rating, and Thom Jurek compared the song "Nadie Como Yo" to E Street Band for the piano arrangements and the drum beat to Juanes. Jurek also pointed that most of the song composition are pop ballads with "Salvame" and "Quiero Despertar" as the best of these.[2]

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2009–10) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Albums 1
U.S. Billboard Latin Albums 2
U.S. Billboard 200 91
U.S. Billboard Independent Albums 7
Preceded by
Dos Mundos: Evolucion by Alejandro Fernández
Billboard Latin Pop Albums number-one album
January 23, 2010 - February 20, 2010
Succeeded by
Dejarte de Amar by Camila

Credits[edit]

  • Album Produced by: Rudy Pérez
  • Executive Producer: Rick Stevens
  • Co-Executive Producer: Marco Bissi
  • Arrangements: Rudy Pérez
  • Keyboards, Bass, Drums & Percussion Programming: Rudy Pérez
  • Electric & acoustic guitars: Rudy Pérez
  • Editing & Comp Engineer: Andres Bermudez
  • Assistant Engineer: David Lopez
  • Mastered by: Bruce Weeden
  • Recorded/Mixed at: The Record Plant, Los Angeles, California & The Beach House, Miami Beach, Florida
  • Design; Package Design & Art Director: Chick Ciccarelli [3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jencarlos' ?Buscame? Debuts High On Latin Chart". Billboard.biz. 2009-11-19. Retrieved 2012-02-09. 
  2. ^ a b Jurek, Thom. "Buscame > Review". Allmusic. Retrieved 2010-08-24. 
  3. ^ http://www.discogs.com/Jencarlos-Canela-Un-Nuevo-D%C3%ADa/release/2980470