|Also known as||
LímiteLos Niños De Oro
|Origin||Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico|
|Genres||Norteño, Tejano, Latin Pop, Country, Grupero|
|Labels||Universal Music Latino|
|Associated acts||Alicia Villarreal, A.B. Quintanilla|
|Past members||Luis mario garza|
Grupo Límite, or Límite, is a Mexican Latin Grammy winning Norteño/Tejano band formed in Monterrey, Mexico in 1994. The group was led by singer Alicia Villarreal until she left to pursue a solo career. The group then recruited new lead singer Lizeth Estrada Villanueva.
The band debuted in 1995 with the record, Por Puro Amor (sung by Beatriz Alejo Jimenez) , which sold over a million copies. The album featured singles such as "Vete", "Quiero", and "Te Aprovechas." Other subsequent albums were successful. At the 9th Lo Nuestro Awards, Límite received two awards: Regional Mexican Group of the Year and New Artist.
- The Definition Of Grupo Limite Retrieved 09-23-10
- Continuum Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World John Shepherd, David Horn, Dave Laing - 2005 "The most prominent bands of the grupo-norteria fusion are Los Baron de Apodaca, Los Mier, Bronco and Limite."
- Grupo Límite's ex-lead singer goes it alone chron.com Retrieved 09-23-10
- "Premios a Lo Mejor De La Música Latina". El Tiempo (in Spanish). Casa Editorial El Tiempo S.A. April 8, 1997. Retrieved June 10, 2013.
- ((( Grupo Límite > Discography > Main Albums ))) allmusic.com. Retrieved 09-23-10.
- ((( Grupo Límite > Discography > Compilations ))) allmusic.com. Retrieved 09-23-10.
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