Lo Que Son Las Cosas (song)

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"Lo Que Son Las Cosas"
Single by Ednita Nazario
from the album Lo Que Son Las Cosas
Released1991
GenreLatin
Songwriter(s)Luis Angel Márquez
Ednita Nazario singles chronology
"Eres Libre"
(1991)
"Lo Que Son Las Cosas"
(1991)
"Mas Que Un Amigo"
(1992)

"Lo Que Son Las Cosas" is a song by Ednita Nazario from the album of the same name. The song reached #2 on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks in 1991. She was blocked by Los Bukis' "Mi Deseo" from reaching the #1 spot in May 1991. [1]

Anais version[edit]

"Lo Que Son Las Cosas"
Single by Anaís
from the album Así Soy Yo
Released2006
GenreLatin
Length4:03
LabelUnivision Music
Songwriter(s)Luis Angel Márquez
Anaís singles chronology
"Atrapada"
(2005)
"Lo Que Son Las Cosas"
(2006)
"Estoy Con Él Y Pienso En Ti"
(2006)

"Lo Que Son Las Cosas" is the second single released from the debut album of Latin singer Anaís, Así Soy Yo. She first sang the song while competing in Objetivo Fama to rave reviews.

The song proved to be a smash hit for Anaís, topping the "U.S Latin Tropical Airplay chart", "The World Latin charts", and the Billboard Hot Latin Songs, where it stayed at the #1 position for an impressive 6 weeks.

The song won two awards at the 2006 Billboard awards for "Tropical Airplay Song of the Year" and "Latin Pop Airplay song of the year".

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2006)[2] Peak
position
Billboard Hot 100 79
Billboard Hot Latin Tracks 1
Billboard Latin Tropical/Salsa Airplay 1
Billboard Latin Regional Mexican Airplay 11

Music video[edit]

In the music video, Anaís seems to be the directors model and goes through numerous outfit changes while singing the song.

Damienn Mendez version[edit]

"Lo Que Son Las Cosas"
Single by Damienn mendez
Released2018
GenreLatin
Length4:02
Songwriter(s)Luis Angel Márquez

"Lo Que Son Las Cosas" is the first single from Damienn Mendez(2018).

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2018)[2] Peak
position
Mexico Top 20 General (Monitor Latino)[3] 18

Other covers[edit]

In 1993, Puerto Rican salsa musician, Tito Nieves recorded his own version of "Lo Que Son Las Cosas".

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.allmusic.com/artist/p29322
  2. ^ a b https://www.allmusic.com/album/r831597
  3. ^ "Top 20 General". Monitor Latino. RadioNotas. Archived from the original on June 4, 2012.