Natalia Jiménez

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Natalia Jiménez
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Background information
Birth nameNatalia Altea Jiménez Sarmento
Born (1981-12-29) 29 December 1981 (age 40)
Madrid, Spain
Genres
Occupation(s)
  • Singer
  • songwriter
Instrument(s)Vocals
Years active2000–present
LabelsSony Latin
Websitenataliajimenezmusic.com

Natalia Altea Jiménez Sarmento (born 29 December 1981), known professionally as Natalia Jiménez is a Spanish singer-songwriter that started her musical career in the 2000s as vocalist of La Quinta Estación.[1] Her first disc as a soloist was titled Natalia Jiménez. She has received Grammy[2] and Latin Grammy[2] Awards and has sold more than 3 million albums worldwide, during her solo career.[3] She has recorded duets with the main stars of Latin music, including Marc Anthony, Daddy Yankee and Ricky Martin among others.[4]

Career[edit]

Jimenez began her career playing in the subway and on the streets of Madrid at age 15.[5][6]

In 2001, she signed an agreement with Sony Music and became the lead singer of La Quinta Estación,[7] with which she managed to achieve success in Spain, Mexico and the United States thanks to the albums Flores de Alquiler, El Mundo Se Equivoca y Sin Frenos.[8]

Jimenez singing with microphone in left hand and right hand outstretched
Natalia Jiménez participating in the 2012 Premios Casandra, Santo Domingo

After living in Mexico for more than eight years, Natalia moved to Miami to devote time to an album on which she debuted as a soloist, Natalia Jiménez, released on 21 June 2011.[9] The album debuted at the number one position on the iTunes Latin Pop list and with it, the singer received the “Female artist of the year” nomination for the Billboard Latin Music Awards. In early 2012 she won the Premio Lo Nuestro for "Revelation of the year ".[10]

Her second solo album, Creo en Mi, was released on 17 March 2015 and reached the number one position in Puerto Rico and number two on the Billboard Latin Albums chart.[11] In addition, she received two Latin Grammy nominations in the categories Album of the Year ("Creo en mí") and Song of the year ("Quédate con ella").[12]

In 2016, Jiménez celebrated the work of the Mexican-American diva, Jenni Rivera, in her third solo album: Tributo a la gran señora.[13]

In 2019, she released the single "Nunca Es Tarde", which she recorded with Jesús Navarro, vocalist of Reik, and composed with Claudia Brant and Jayson DeZuzio. The same theme became the main song of the second season of the Televisa and Univision serie, Amar Sin Ley.[14]

In August 2019, Jiménez released an album of rancheras entitled México de mi corazón, produced by Armando Ávila. In seven months, the material reached the top positions in the lists of musical successes in Mexico and the United States, and it has earned it a Gold Record and more than 55 million reproductions worldwide.[15]

México de mi corazón is an album that honors the Mexican song and features duets with voices such as Carlos Rivera, Pedro Fernández, Paquita la del Barrio, Lila Downs, El Bebeto and Banda MS. Mariachi Gama Mil provides musical accompaniment, and Natalia was granted permission to incorporate choirs with Juan Gabriel.[citation needed]

Jiménez served as coach for three seasons of La Voz Kids USA, where she won twice and also as coach of La Voz...Mexico. In 2020, Natalia returned to Spain where she served as judge of the reality show Operación Triunfo.[citation needed]. In 2021, she was on the Colombian Kids and Senior version of La Voz, winning both of the series. She is currently tied with the 2nd most wins female coach on The Voice, same as Sarah Geronimo, Kelly Clarkson and Pelageya on Philippine, American and Russian series.

Personal life[edit]

Natalia Jiménez was born on 29 December 1981 in Madrid to a Spanish father and Portuguese mother (who were both musicians).[16]

In 2009, Jiménez had a wedding scheduled with her fiancé, businessman Antonio Alcol. The wedding was canceled and the couple broke up.[17]

In 2016, Jiménez announced her surprise wedding to her longtime boyfriend and manager, Daniel Trueba.[18] She states she wanted something private for her wedding without the media knowing until after the event. She and Trueba have a daughter, who was born on 21 October 2016. On 8 January 2021, she announced her and Trueba were going through a divorce and that they had been separated for several months.

Jiménez resides between Miami, Florida and Mexico City, Mexico with frequent visits to her family in Madrid.

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Title Album details Billboard[19] Sales Certifications
Billboard
200
Top Latin
Albums
Latin Pop
Albums
Natalia Jiménez
  • Released: 20 June 2011[20]
  • Formats: CD, Digital
4
Creo en Mi
  • Released: 17 March 2015[22]
  • Formats: CD, Digital
157
2
2
Homenaje a La Gran Señora
  • Released: 9 December 2016
  • Formats: CD, Digital
2
2
México de Mi Corazón
  • Released: 30 August 2019[23]
  • Formats: CD, download, streaming
México de Mi Corazón, Vol. 2
  • Released: September 10, 2021[25]
  • Formats: CD, download, streaming

Studio albums with La Quinta Estacion[edit]

Year Title Chart positions Sales/certifications
United States Mexico Spain
2001 Primera Toma
  • 1st studio album
  • Released: 3 December 2001
  • Formats: CD
- - -
2004 Flores de Alquiler
  • 2nd studio album
  • Released: 22 June 2004
  • Formats: CD, digital
7 5 - USA: 2x Multi-Platino
Mexico: 3× Platinum
Spain: Gold
2006 El Mundo Se Equivoca
  • 3rd studio album
  • Released: 22 August 2006
  • Formats: CD, digital
13 4 3 USA: Platino
Mexico: Platinum + Gold
Spain: 2xPlatinum
2009 Sin Frenos
  • 4th studio album
  • Released: 17 March 2009
  • Formats: CD, digital
1 3 2 Mexico: Gold
Spain: Gold

Compilations and live albums[edit]

Year Title Chart positions Sales/certifications
United States Mexico Spain
2005 Acústico
  • 1st live album
  • Released: 1 November 2005
  • Formats: CD/DVD
28 - -
2007 La Quinta Estación (La Caja)
  • Greatest hits collection
  • Released: 27 November 2007
  • Formats: CD, digital
- - - USA:
Mexico:
Spain:

Footnotes:

  • 1 Based on the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart.

Special appearances[edit]

Singles[edit]

As a solo artist:

Title Year Billboard[19] Album Certifications
Hot
Latin
Songs
Latin
Airplay
Latin
Pop
Songs
"Por Ser Tu Mujer" 2011
36
36
19
Natalia Jiménez
"Creo en Mi" 2014
12
4
2
Creo en Mi
"Quédate Con Ella" 2015
17
8
4
"Algo Brilla en Mi"
44
19
13
"Querida Socia" 2017
40
22
Homenaje a la Gran Señora
"Una Mentira Más"
(with Yuri)[26]
2019
Non-album single
"Qué Bueno Es Tenerte" 2021
  • RIAA: Gold (Latin)[24]
México de Mi Corazón, Vol. 2

with La Quinta Estación:

Year Single Peak chart positions Certifications Album
HLT LPA MEX SPA PER CAL
2002 "Dónde Irán" 11 30 Primera Toma
"Perdición" 24 6 37
2003 "No Quiero Perderte"
2004 "El Sol No Regresa" 37 21 3 19 5 Flores de Alquiler
2005 "Algo Más" 3 2 1 32 1
"Daría" 13 3 4 15 11
"Niña" 36 9 22
2006 "Tu Peor Error" 18 17 1 16 64 16 El Mundo Se Equivoca
"Me Muero" 10 2 1 1 3 1
2007 "Sueños Rotos" 27 6 1 8
"Ahora Que Te Vas" 26 6 60
2008 "La Frase Tonta De La Semana" 73 8
2009 "Que te Quería" 4 1 1 1 10
  • SPA: 1× Platinum
Sin Frenos
"Recuérdame" ft. Marc Anthony 5 3 4 8 12
"Me Dueles"

Featured singles[edit]

Year Single Peak chart positions Certifications Album
HLT LPA LTA MEX SPA
2008 "No"
(Ednita Nazario featuring Natalia Jiménez)
22 Real
2010 "Lo Mejor De Mi Vida Eres Tu"
(Ricky Martin featuring Natalia Jiménez)
1 1 28 3 27 Música + Alma + Sexo
2013 "La Noche De Los Dos"
(Daddy Yankee featuring Natalia Jiménez)
19 6 19 Prestige

Awards and nominations[edit]

With La Quinta Estación
Year Award Category Result
2004 MTV Latinoamérica Awards Best New Artist-Mexico Nominee
2005 Orgullosamente Latino Awards Latino Group of the Year Won
2006 Oye! Awards Best Spanish Group Nominee
Premio Lo Nuestro Best Group or Duo of the Year Nominee
Billboard Awards Latin Pop Album, Duo or Group Nominee
Billboard Awards Latin Pop Airplay of the Year, Duo or Group Nominee
Billboard Awards Latin Pop Airplay of the Year, New Artist Won
Latin Grammy Best Pop Vocal Album Duet or Group Nominee
2007 40 Principales Awards Best Music Video Clip Nominee
40 Principales Awards Best song Won
40 Principales Awards Best Album Won
40 Principales Awards Revelation Artist Won
Orgullosamente Latino Awards Latino Group of the Year Nominee
Ondas Award Best Latin Video Won
Ondas Award Best Latino Group Won
Latin Grammy Best Pop Vocal Album Duet or Group Won
Amigo Awards Best-Selling Revelation Artist Won
Amigo Awards Best Selling Spanish Artist Nominee
MTV Europa Awards Best Spanish Artist Nominee
Premio Lo Nuestro Best Group or Duo of the Year Won
Premio Lo Nuestro Best Pop Vocal Album Duet or Group Won
2008 Orgullosamente Latino Awards Latin Song of the Year Nominee
Awards Orgullosamente Latino Latino Group of the Year Nominee
Billboard Awards Latin Pop Airplay of the Year, Duo or Group Nominee
Premio Lo Nuestro Best Song Nominee
Premio Lo Nuestro Best Group or Duo of the Year Nominee
2009 People en Español Awards Collaboration of the Year (for "Recuérdame" with Marc Anthony) Nominee
People en Español Award Best Pop Singer or Group Nominee
40 Principales Awards Best Album Nominee
40 Principales Awards Best Group or Duo Nominee
Awards Hey! Best Spanish Pop Group Won
Orgullosamente Latino Awards Latino Group of the Year Nominee
Grammy Best Latin Pop Album Won
2010 Billboard Awards Latin Pop Album, Artist of the Year, Duo or Group Won
Premio Lo Nuestro Best Group or Duo of the Year Won
Premio Lo Nuestro Album of the Year Won
Latin Grammy Best Pop Duo or Group Vocal Album Won
As soloist
Year Award Category Result
2011 Latin Grammy Collaboration of the Year for "Lo Mejor de mi Vida Eres Tú" with Ricky Martin Nominee
Latin Grammy Song of the Year for "Lo Mejor de mi Vida Eres Tú" with Ricky Martin Nominee
2012 Premios Lo Nuestro Female Artist of the Year Nominee
Premio Lo Nuestro Breakthrough Soloist or Group of the Year Won
Oye! Awards Pop Revelation Nominee
Premio Casandra Internacional Outstanding foreign artists in the Dominican Republic Won
- Latin Billboard Awards Female Artist of the Year, Album Nominee
2013 La Musa Elena Casals Award Outstanding young songwriter in the Latin industry Won
2015 Latin Billboard Awards Female Artist of the Year Won
2014 Neox Fan Awards This is my song "Creo En Mí" Won
2015 ASCAP Award Composers Award for the theme "Creo En Mí" Won
2016 Premio Lo Nuestro Female Artist of the Year Won
Year Category Title of Work Result
2012 Breakout Artist or Duo of the Year Natalia Jiménez Won

Latin Billboard Music Awards[edit]

Year Category Title of work Result
2015 Hot Latin Songs Artist of the Year, Female Natalia Jiménez Won

References[edit]

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  26. ^ LA RECONOCIDA Y QUERIDA CANTANTE YURI ESTRENA “UNA MENTIRA MÁS” AL LADO DE NATALIA JIMÉNEZ

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