Ni una Sola Palabra

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"Ni Una Sola Palabra"
Single by Paulina Rubio
from the album Ananda
Released July 23, 2006
Format Promo single, digital single, airplay
Recorded 2006
Genre Latin pop, pop rock
Length 3:52
Label Universal
Writer(s) Xabier San Martín from La Oreja de Van Gogh
Producer(s) Cachorro López
Paulina Rubio singles chronology
"Nada Fue Un Error"
"Ni Una Sola Palabra"
"Nada Puede Cambiarme"

"Ni Una Sola Palabra" (English: Not A Single Word) is the first official single released from Paulina Rubio's Spanish language album Ananda. It is Paulina's third American pop hit, entering at #98 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

The song[edit]

The song was written by Xabier San Martín (member of the Spanish band La Oreja de Van Gogh) and was released on radio on July 24, 2006. The song was released on iTunes Store on August 15, 2006, becoming Rubio's first digital single after fans petitioned for a legal way to obtain it prior to the album hitting stores.

Rubio said the following about the song:[1]


Paulina performed the song on "The Jay Leno Show" becoming one of the few Latin artist to do so. She also performed Ni Una Sola Palabra at the 2007 Latin Billboard Awards.

Music video[edit]

The music video was shot in Los Angeles, California on July 28, 2006 beginning at 3:00 PM and extended until 6:00 AM the next morning for a total of 15 hours. The video was produced by Todd Young and directed by Paul Boyd. The video features Paulina Rubio as super hero Pauwer-woman, whose habitat includes the skyscrapers of downtown Los Angeles. During the video, Rubio rescues a young girl from a group of criminals. "Ni Una Sola Palabra" is also Rubio's first music video (since 2001's "Yo No Soy Esa Mujer") to feature her Pomeranian dog, Miranda. The music video was released on Latin music video stations on August 31, 2006.

Official versions[edit]

  1. Ni Una Sola Palabra (album version)
  2. Ni Una Sola Palabra (Pasito Duranguense version)
  3. Ni Una Sola Palabra (Norteña version)
  4. Ni Una Sola Palabra (Nico Prosen B.A. mix)
  5. Ni Una Sola Palabra (DJ Hessler InDaHouse extended mix)
  6. Ni Una Sola Palabra (DJ Hessler InDaHouse radio mix)
  7. Ni Una Sola Palabra (Reggaeton version) feat. Trebol Clan
  8. Ni Una Sola Palabra (Belanova remix)

Chart performance[edit]

Ni Una Sola Palabra debuted at #4 on the Hot Latin Tracks becoming Rubio's highest debut ever on the chart. The song went on to become a huge success peaking at #1 on both the Hot Latin Tracks and Latin Pop Airplay charts for several weeks. It has also managed to chart at #98 on the Billboard Hot 100 becoming her third song to chart there. As of December 11, 2009, "Ni Una Sola Palabra" ranked as the 59th song of the last ten years in the Top Latin Songs Chart from Latin Billboard.



  1. ^ Retrieved July 31, 2006.  Missing or empty |title= (help)[dead link]
  2. ^ Argentina Top 20
  3. ^ Chile Top 20
  4. ^ "Charts - Singles - Hot Latin Songs". Retrieved 2012-08-02. 
  5. ^ [1][dead link]
  6. ^ "Bisbal, Dover, Paulina Rubio y Ricky Martin, los más descargados de internet" (in Spanish). 20 Minutos. Retrieved 2015-09-04. 

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Preceded by
"Labios Compartidos" by Maná
U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Songs number-one single
September 30, 2006 – October 21, 2006
Succeeded by
"¿Quién Me Iba a Decir?" by David Bisbal