30 de Febrero

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30 de Febrero
30 de Febrero.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedDecember 1, 2017 (2017-12-01)
RecordedMid 2017
StudioMiami, South Florida
Genre
Length40:35
LanguageSpanish
LabelSony Music Latin
Producer
Ha*Ash chronology
Primera Fila: Hecho Realidad
(2014)
30 de Febrero
(2017)
Spotify Singles
(2018)
Ha*Ash studio album chronology
A Tiempo
(2011)
30 de Febrero
(2017)
Singles from 30 de Febrero
  1. "100 Años"
    Released: October 13, 2017
  2. "No Pasa Nada"
    Released: March 8, 2018
  3. "Eso No Va a Suceder"
    Released: August 8, 2018
  4. "¿Qué Me Faltó?"
    Released: January 4, 2019

30 de Febrero (transl. "February 30") is the fifth studio album by American Latin pop duo Ha*Ash, released on December 1, 2017 Sony Music Latin.[1][2] It is the band's first studio album in six years, after of their previous album, A Tiempo (2011). The album features artists Prince Royce and Abraham Mateo.[3] Ha*Ash assumed an integral role in the album's production and collaborated with several producers including George Noriega, Matt Rad, Joe London and Edgar Barrera.[4]

The album was preceded by the release of four singles. The first, "100 Años" featuring Prince Royce was released October 13, 2017.[5] In November 2017, The second single, "No Pasa Nada", was released on March 8, 2018. The other singles released were , "Eso No Va a Suceder" and "¿Qué Me Faltó?". Ha*Ash released six lyric; "Ojalá", "30 de Febrero" and "Eso No Va a Suceder". The 4th, 5th and 6th lyric videos came out on December 1, which were "Paleta", "No Pasa Nada", and "Llueve Sobre Mojado", which were all released on the same day as the album.

To promote the album, the band embarked on Gira 100 años contigo, which began at the Quinta Vergara Amphitheater in Viña del Mar, Chile on February 24, 2018. Footage from the concert at the Auditorio Nacional in Mexico were recorded and i will released on a CD/DVD, entitled En Vivo, in 2019.

Background and production[edit]

The follow up to Primera Fila: Hecho Realidad, the album introduces new genres to the duo. On January 13, 2018 it was confirmed that Ha*Ash will be holding concerts for their new recent album. They will perform once again at the Auditorio Josefa Ortiz de Dominguez on April 27, 2018.[6] They will set to tour in March 2018 for their tour as well.[7] The lead single "100 Años" with Prince Royce; marks the first time the duo dwells into the genre of reggaeton and urban music. Ha*Ash assumed an integral role in the album's production and collaborated with several producers including George Noriega, Matt Rad, Joe London and Edgar Barrera.[4][8] The album, like Ha*Ash' previous records, contains many different genres of music, including rhythms closer urban beats.[4]

Release and promotion[edit]

It is the band's first studio album in six years, after of their previous album, A Tiempo (2011), and it was recorded in 2017 in Miami, United States.[9] In the United States and Mexico, the standard edition CD of the album was released on December 1, 2017, under the Sony Music Latin label.[4] The CD/DVD edition was released the same day.[4]

Singles[edit]

The first single from the album was "100 Años" with Prince Royce; released on October 13, 2017,[10] The track peaked at number 50 in the Latin Pop Songs,[11] and number 24 in the Latin Airplay[12] charts in the United States. In Mexico, the song peaked at number one on the Mexico Espanol Airplay,[13] and Monitor Latino.[14] "100 Años" was certified platinum and gold in Mexico and gold in the United States.[15][16] The second single "No Pasa Nada" was released on March 8, 2018,[17] peaked at number 13 in the Mexico Airplay,[18] number 4 in the Mexico Espanol Airplay[19] and number two on the Monitor Latino charts in Mexico.[20] On February 1, 2019, it was announced that No Pasa Nada had been certified Platinum.[21]

On August 8, 2018, they released the third single from the album, "Eso No Va a Suceder".[22] The song peaked at number 34 in the Latin Pop Songs charts in the United States[23] and number one of the Mexican Espanol Airplay[19] and Monitor Latino in Mexico.[24] In September 2019 the song was certified Platinum in Mexico.[15] The video for this single was released on August 8, 2018.[25][26] On January 4, 2019, the track "¿Qué Me Faltó?" was released as the album's fourth single and was accompanied by a music video.[27] The clip was recorded in the beach in Oaxaca, Mexico.[28] It was under the direction by Toño Tzinzun.[29] The track peaked two on the Monitor Latino in Mexico.[30]

Other songs[edit]

Then as for the month of November Ha*Ash released "Ojalá" lyric video. It was directed by Diego Álvarez.[8] The song takes place in an office setting and has the vibe of a pop song, that shows many texts between the girls and the guy who is an ex lover of Ashley. On February 1, 2019 the song was certified gold in Mexico.[21] Same month of November they released the song "30 de Febrero" which featured Abraham Mateo in the lyric video.[31] The song is a break up song and has a colorful vibe with having Abraham their ex lover who is wanting another chance. The song is a classy and upbeat.[32] On February 1, 2019 the song was certified gold in Mexico.[21] On December 1, Ha*Ash were released lyric videos of "Paleta" and "Llueve Sobre Mojado". Both songs, is musically complete with pop beats and a reggaeton sound.[33][34]  

Commercial performance[edit]

The album peaked at #3 in the Mexican album charts,[35] #11 in the US Billboard Latin Pop Albums and #11 in the US Billboard Latin pop sales.[36][37] On February 14, 2018 the album was certified gold in Mexico.[38] On November 11, 2018 the album eventually was certified Platinum in Mexico.[15]

Tour[edit]

To promote the album, Ha*Ash embarked on a world concert tour during 2018 and 2020. The "Gira 100 años contigo" is a concert tour performed by Ha*Ash. The tour was announced by Ha*Ash on her social media in November 2017.[39][40] The tour will begin in the National Auditorium of Mexico City with 3 shows.[41][42] At some shows, Ha*Ash covered songs such as "Adios Amor" by Christian Nodal. The setlist includes songs of the new album but also older singles from Ha*Ash, Mundos Opuestos, Habitación Doble, A Tiempo and Primera fila: Hecho Realidad.

The show filmed at the Auditorio Nacional in Mexico City, Mexico on November 11, 2018, entitled En Vivo, was released for sales on December 6, 2019.[43]

Track listing[edit]

Standard edition [44]
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."30 de Febrero" (featuring Abraham Mateo)
3:17
2."Ojalá"
  • Ashley
  • Hanna
  • Pablo Preciado
  • Hanna[a]
  • Noriega
3:27
3."No Pasa Nada"
  • Hanna[a]
  • Noriega
3:14
4."Eso No Va a Suceder"
3:40
5."100 Años" (with Prince Royce)
3:05
6."Llueve Sobre Mojado"
  • Ashley
  • Hanna
  • Barrera
  • Hanna[a]
  • Edge
  • London
3:28
7."Paleta"
  • Hanna[a]
  • Noriega
3:29
8."Extraños"
  • Ashley
  • Hanna
  • Yoel Henríquez
  • Hanna[a]
  • Barrera
  • London
3:31
9."¿Qué Me Faltó?"
  • Ashley
  • Hanna
  • Ortega
  • Hanna[a]
  • Noriega
3:22
10."No Me Importa"
  • Ashley
  • Hanna
  • Barrera
  • Hanna[a]
  • Noriega
3:52
11."Corazón Irrompible"
  • Ashley
  • Hanna
  • Henríquez
  • Hanna[a]
  • Noriega, Pete Wallace
3:10
12."Me Gustas Tú"
  • Ashley
  • Hanna
  • Andy Clay
  • Raquel Sofía
2:54
Total length:40:35
Standard Edition - Bonus DVD
No.TitleLength
1."No Pasa Nada" (Lyric Video) 
2."30 de Febrero" (feat. Abraham Mateo, Lyric Video) 
3."Ojalá" (Lyric Video) 
4."Llueve Sobre Mojado" (Lyric Video) 
5."Eso No Va a Suceder" (Lyric Video) 
6."Paleta" (Lyric Video) 
7."100 Años" (feat. Prince Royce, Official Video) 

Notes

  • ^[a] signifies a co-producer

Personnel[edit]

This list of credits is based on Genius.com & All Music.[45][46]

Musicians

Production

  • Hanna Nicole: executive Director, executive producer
  • Edge: producer, director, editor, engineer
  • George Noriega: producer, director, editor, engineer
  • Joe London: producer, director, editor, engineer
  • Pablo De La Loza: editor, engineer
  • Matt Rad: producer, director, editor, engineer
  • Francesco Grieco: assistant engineer
  • Andy Clay: editor
  • Emily Lazar: editor
  • Luis Barrera Jr: editor
  • Pete Wallace: editor, engineer
  • Rafa Vergara: editor
  • Rob Wells: editor, engineer
  • Santiago Hernández: editor
  • Dave Clauss: engineer
  • Diego Contento: engineer
  • Gustavo Celis: engineer
  • Jean Rodriguez: engineer

Charts[edit]

Chart (2017) Peak Position
Mexico (AMPROFON)[35] 3
US (Billboard Latin)[37] 11
US (Billboard Latin pop sales)[36] 14

Certifications[edit]

Region Certification Certified units/sales
Mexico (AMPROFON)[47] Platinum+Gold 90,000^

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

Release history[edit]

Region Date Edition(s) Format Label
Various December 1, 2017 Standard[48]
  • CD
  • Digital download
Sony Music Latin
Mexico
Sony Music México
Various Sony Music Latin

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