Fotografía

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"Fotografía"
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Single by Juanes & Nelly Furtado
from the album Un Día Normal
Released April 28, 2003 (2003-04-28)
Recorded December 2001 - February 2002
Studio Larrabee East
La Casa Studios
(Los Angeles, California)
Genre Latin pop
Length 3:58
Label Universal Music Latino
Songwriter(s) Juanes
Producer(s) Juanes · Gustavo Santaolalla
Juanes singles chronology
"Mala Gente"
(2003) Mala Gente2003
"Fotografía"
(2003) Fotografía2003
"La Paga"
(2003) La Paga2003
Nelly Furtado singles chronology
"Ching Ching"
(2002) Ching Ching2002
"Fotografía"
(2003) Fotografía2003
"One-Trick Pony"
(2003) One-Trick Pony2003

"Fotografía" (English: Photograph) is a song recorded by Juanes and Nelly Furtado for Juanes' second studio album, Un Día Normal (2002).

The duet, which was followed by another ("Te Busqué" on Furtado's 2006 studio album, Loose), was extremely commercially successful: it reached number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Tracks chart and in Latin American countries such as Argentina, Chile, Mexico and Peru. The song re-introduced Furtado to the Latin American market and paved the way for Furtado's success with Folklore, her second album, in the region.

In 2012 Juanes recorded a new duet with Emanuela Bellezza for inclusion on the Deluxe Edition of his album Juanes MTV Unplugged.

Remixes[edit]

  • "Fotografia" (Hessler's Remix)
  • "Fotografia" (Hessler's Radio Remix)
  • "Fotografia" (DJ Enzo Remix)
  • "Fotografia" (Gianina Mix)
  • "Fotografia" (Base Mix)
  • "Fotografia" (ON Remix)

Other versions[edit]

  • "Fotografia" (Instrumental Version)

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2003) Peak
position
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[1] 1
US Hot Latin Songs (Billboard)[2] 1
US Latin Pop Songs (Billboard)[3] 1
Preceded by
"Tú Amor O Tu Desprecio" by Marco Antonio Solís
"Jaleo" by Ricky Martin
U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Tracks number-one single
July 19, 2003 - July 26, 2003 (first run)
August 16, 2003 - August 30, 2003 (second run)
Succeeded by
"Casi" by Soraya
"Un Siglo Sin Tí" by Chayanne
Preceded by
"Tal Vez" by Ricky Martin
U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Songs number-one single
July 19, 2003 - August 30, 2003
Succeeded by
"Un Siglo Sin Tí" by Chayanne

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