Paula DeAnda (album)

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Paula DeAnda
Studio album by Paula DeAnda
Released August 29, 2006
Genre Pop, R&B
Length 48:23
Label Arista
Producer Happy Perez, Stargate, Danja, Robert Shea, Stephen Ferrera, Dusty & Mike, Andy Quinn, Sixx John & Sauce, Nick "P.B." Washington, Russell Lee
Singles from Paula DeAnda
  1. "Doing Too Much"
    Released: July, 2006
  2. "Walk Away (Remember Me)"
    Released: July, 2006
  3. "When It Was Me"
    Released: 2007
  4. "Easy"
    Released: June 26, 2007

Paula DeAnda is the eponymous debut album by American pop singer Paula DeAnda. It includes four singles: "Doing Too Much" featuring Baby Bash, "Walk Away (Remember Me)" featuring The DEY, "When It Was Me", and "Easy" featuring Bow Wow. The song "Overloved", written by Diane Warren, was originally recorded by Raven-Symoné for her third album, This Is My Time. The album peaked at #54 on the Billboard 200.[1] This ultimately became the only album DeAnda released through Arista.

The album was re-released in 2007 with 4 new tracks, "Irresistible", "Back Up Off Me", and Spanish Versions of both "Easy" and "Doing Too Much" respectively titled "Fácil", and "Lo Qué Hago Por Tu Amor". "Lo Que Hago Por Tu Amor" was previously an iTunes Bonus Track on the original version of Paula DeAnda and "Back Up Off Me" was a Japanese bonus track. This version replaced the original version of "Easy" featuring Lil Wayne with the single version featuring Bow Wow.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Doing Too Much" (featuring Baby Bash) Paula DeAnda, Ronald Bryant, Nathan Perez, Angel Noa Happy Perez 4:06
2. "Walk Away (Remember Me)" (featuring The D.E.Y.) Shaffer Smith, Christina Milian, Erik Tor Hermansen, Mikkel Eriksen, Rafael Torres, Emilio Cancio-Bello, Elan Rivera StarGate 4:20
3. "Easy" (featuring Bow Wow) DeAnda, Nate Hills, Dwayne Carter, Jr., Richard Frierson, Tamir Ruffin Danja 3:56
4. "When It Was Me" Smith, Robert Shea Taylor Robert Shea 4:01
5. "Overloved" Diane Warren Andy Zulla, Stephen Ferrera 3:59
6. "So Cold" Makeba Riddick, Hermansen, Eriksen StarGate 3:39
7. "Good Girl" DeAnda, Michael Aguirre, Natalie Alvarado, Horacio Olivera, Eddie Watkins Dusty & Mike, Ferrera 2:40
8. "Wanna Be with You" (featuring V Nice) Francisco Bautista, Vince Milson, Andy Quinn Quinn 3:28
9. "Clap ta This" (featuring Ak'Sent) Smith, Sixx Johnson, Krystle Johnson, Curtis Wilson, Eric Barrier, William Griffin Sixx John, Sauce 3:48
10. "Breathe" DeAnda, Aguiree, Olivera, Angelo Pintello, Christopher Fonseca, Gil Askey, Linda Clifford Dusty & Mike, Ferrera 3:26
11. "Let's Go Out Tonight" DeAnda, Alvarado, Olivera, Aguirre, Nicolas Washington, Reginald Andrews, Leon Chancler, Donald Sterling Dusty & Mike, Ferrera 2:58
12. "I'll Be Down for You" DeAnda, Olivera, Russell Atkins, Steve-O Valdez Lee 4:12
13. "Footprints on My Heart" DeAnda, Perez, Valdez, Atkins, Chad Roussel Happy Perez 3:50


# Title Released Produced by
1. "Doing Too Much" (featuring Baby Bash) July, 2006 (U.S. radio) Happy Perez
2. "Walk Away (Remember Me)" (featuring The D.E.Y.) July, 2006 (U.S. radio) Stargate
3. "When It Was Me" 2007 Robert Shea Taylor
4. "Easy" featuring Bow Wow June, 2007 (U.S. radio) Danja with additional production by Timbaland


"Good Girl" contains a portion of the composition "That's How It Is" written by Eddie Watkins, Jr., published by EMI Longitude Music (BMI)

"Make 'em Clap To This" contains a sample from "Eric B. Is President" written by Eric Barrier & William Griffin as performed by Eric B. & Rakim, published by Robert Hill Music/Universal Songs Of Polygram International (BMI) used courtesy of The Island Def Jam Music Group

"Breathe" contains a sample from "Please Darling, Don't Say Goodbye" written by Gil Askey & Linda Clifford as performed by Linda Clifford, published by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. (BMI) on behalf of itself and Andrask Music (BMI) used courtesy of Rhino Entertainment, a division of Warner Music Group

"Let's Go Out Tonight" contains a portion of the composition "Thinking About Your Charm" written by Reginald Andrews, Leon "Ndugu" Chancler and Donnie Sterling, published by Aimo Music Corp. (ASCAP), Ujima Music (ASCAP), Southern Music Publishing Co., Inc. (ASCAP), Hey Skimo Publishing Co. (BMI)

Chart performance[edit]

Chart Peak
U.S. Billboard 200 54