Nada (Juanes song)

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"Nada"
Nada (single cover).jpg
Single by Juanes
from the album Fíjate Bien
Released20 November 2000 (2000-11-20)
FormatCD
Radio airplay
Recorded2000
GenreLatin pop
Length3:56 (Album Version)
LabelUniversal Music Latino
Songwriter(s)Juanes
Producer(s)Gustavo Santaolalla
Juanes singles chronology
"Podemos Hacernos Daño"
(2000)
"Nada"
(2000)
"A Dios le Pido"
(2002)

Nada is a song by Colombian singer Juanes belonging to their debut album Fíjate Bien. The single went on sale in 2000. This song became known to Juanes as a great artist and one of the most successful singers of pop music.

Welcomed by the public[edit]

The song was well received in European and Latin American countries. The theme of the song is the life of an unfortunate person while in love. With this song the album Fíjate Bien had high sales in Hispanic countries, selling over one million copies worldwide, making it one of the best selling Spanish debut albums in the history of music.

Chart positions[edit]

The song arrived at number one in several countries in Latin America and Europe; it was in the top 40 Colombia, Mexico, and Spain, and quickly topped the charts. In Chile the song on its first day reached position 5 and the next week debuted at No. 1, this example was followed by several South American countries.

Music video[edit]

In the music video, Juanes is a convict awaiting his execution by electric chair. Various people pace around in the room with him, including a priest and a policeman, watching the clock impatiently while yelling in Juanes's ear. A woman and two children watch the execution from a window in a room above. When the clock strikes twelve, the executioner, who is shown as Juanes for a moment, throws the switch. A sign flashes "applause." After the execution is over, Juanes walks into the room with the woman and children.

Charts[edit]

Chart (2000) Peak
position
US Hot Latin Songs (Billboard)[1] 18
US Latin Pop Songs (Billboard)[2] 10

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Juanes Chart History (Hot Latin Songs)". Billboard. Retrieved 2 September 2010.
  2. ^ "Juanes Chart History (Latin Pop Songs)". Billboard. Retrieved 2 September 2010.