Lloran Las Rosas

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"Lloran Las Rosas"
Cristian Lloran Las Rosas.jpg
Single by Cristian
from the album Lo Mejor de Mí
Released February 1998 (1998-02)
Format Promo single, digital download
Recorded 1997
Genre Latin pop
Length 4:25
Label BMG
Songwriter(s) Alfredo Matheus
Producer(s) Rudy Pérez
Cristian singles chronology
"Si Tu Me Amaras"
(1997)
"Lloran Las Rosas"
(1998)
"Después de Ti...¿Qué?"
(1998)
"Si Tu Me Amaras"
(1997)
"Lloran Las Rosas"
(1998)
"Después de Ti...¿Qué?"
(1998)
Music video
"Lloran La Rosas" on YouTube
Audio sample

"Lloran Las Rosas" is a song written by Alfredo Matheus and performed by Mexican pop singer Cristian Castro. It was released in 1997 as the fourth single from his fifth studio album Lo Mejor de Mí. In 2012, Castro recorded a live version of "Lloran Las Rosas" as a vallenato duet with Colombian musicians Jorge Celedón and Jimmy Zimbrano. This version was included on his second live album En Primera Fila: Día 2 in 2014.[1]


Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1998) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Tracks[2] 9
U.S. Billboard Latin Pop Airplay[3] 3

Music video[edit]

A music video, directed by J.C. Barros, was shot in 1998.[4]

Covers[edit]

In 2000, salsa musician Dominic covered the song which peaked at #21 on the Hot Latin Songs chart.[5]

References[edit]