"¿De Que Me Sirve La Vida?"
Released: December 20, 2011
Dejarte de Amar (Stop Loving You) is the second studio album by Mexican pop band Camila on February 9, 2010 by Sony Music Latin. Produced by band leader Mario Domm and mostly written by Domm and Monica Velez, the album became a success in the United States and Mexico. The album was certified Disco Platino in the United States by the RIAA and 4x Platinum in Mexico by AMPROFON. It was recorded in Mexico at Mamita Studio with theme about love, loneliness and lies. The album spawned three singles: "Mientes", "Aléjate de Mi", and "Bésame", all of which reached number-one on the Billboard Latin Pop Airplay chart. The album received generally positive reviews for its arrangements and compositions.
In 2006, the group released their debut album, Todo Cambió, which reached number-one on both the Billboard Latin Albums and Billboard Latin Pop Albums charts. The album was certified Platinum (Latin) in the United States and 3x platinum in Mexico. For Dejarte de Amar, Mario Domm that "We worked very hard for this, the first album showed us the way, so we wanted to achieve something similar with the follow-up." Allegedly, Domm wrote "Mientes" and "Bésame" for Mexican singer Yuridia.
"Mientes" (You Lie) was the lead single from the album. Released two months before the album, the single peaked at number-four on the Top Latin Songs chart. The single became the group's song to reach number-one on the Latin Pop Airplay chart, where it spent ten weeks on top. "Alejate de Mi" (Get Away from Me) was the second single from the album, released in May 2010; it reached number-three on Top Latin Songs. The song became their second number-one single on the Latin Pop Airplay where it spent six weeks on top. The third single "Bésame" (Kiss Me), was released in August 2010 where it peaked at number-nine on the Top Latin Songs and number-one on the Latin Pop Airplay. The music videos for "Mientes" and "Alejate de Mi" were directed by Mario Domm and filmed in the Hyperlab Studios. The fourth single, "Entre Tus Alas", debuted at number thirty-three on the Latin Pop Songs chart.
David Jeffries of Allmusic gave the album a three-half out of five stars who felt that the album arrangements were improved in comparison to the previous album. Jeffries also commented that the "heart-wrenching songs have evolved from a Maroon 5 size to a larger -- and arguably better -- sound that’s Coldplay big, filling the speakers with layers of strings, rock guitars, and full-bodied piano."  Leila Cobo of Billboard gave the album a positive who felt it "continues the path that Camila crafted on its 2006 self-titled debut, but multiplied". At the 11th Latin Grammy Awards, the album received an award for "Best Pop Album by a Duo or Group" as well as a nomination for "Album of the Year which it lost to Juan Luis Guerra's A Son de Guerra. The single, "Mientes", received two Latin Grammies for "Record of the Year and Latin Grammy Award for Song of the Year. Domm responded by saying that "we wanted people to know that our first Latin Grammy wasn't an accident. We wanted them to know we're three people who give a lot of harmony to the universe; harmony that contrasts with the chaos of the world." Domm also thanked his mother for "putting up with so much noise" while the band recorded the album. In Mexico, the album won two "Oye! award for "Album of the Year" and "Album of the Year by Group". The album is currently a Lo Nuestro nominee for "Pop Album of the Year".
In the United States, Dejarte de Amar debuted at number-one on the BillboardTop Latin Albums and Latin Pop Albums chart., On the Top Latin Albums chart, the album spent two weeks at number-one and eight nonconsecutive weeks at number-one at the Latin Pop Albums chart. The album also charted on the Billboard 200 where it peaked at number sixty-four. The album certified "Disco Platino" for sales of 100,000 copies in the United States. In Mexico the album has spent eight weeks at number-one and 82 weeks within the top ten. The album was certified Diamond, 2x Platinum and Gold by AMPROFON for sales of 450,000 copies. In Argentina, the album peaked at number-eight and number twenty-seven in Spain.,