Grupo Límite

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Grupo Límite
Also known as


Los Niños De Oro
Origin Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico
Genres Norteño, Tejano, Latin Pop, Country, Grupero
Years active 1994 (1994)–present
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.[1][2] The group was led by singer Alicia Villarreal until she left to pursue a solo career.[3] 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.[4]



  1. ^ The Definition Of Grupo Limite Retrieved 09-23-10
  2. ^ 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."
  3. ^ Grupo Límite's ex-lead singer goes it alone Retrieved 09-23-10
  4. ^ "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. 
  5. ^ a b c ((( Grupo Límite > Discography > Main Albums ))) Retrieved 09-23-10.
  6. ^ ((( Grupo Límite > Discography > Compilations ))) Retrieved 09-23-10.