Te Solte La Rienda

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"Te Solte La Rienda"
Single by Maná
from the album Maná MTV Unplugged
Released September 25, 1999
Recorded in Miami, Fl
Genre Latin/Rock en Español
Length 4:05
Label WEA Latina
Writer(s) José Alfredo Jiménez
Producer(s) Fher Olvera & Alex González
Maná singles chronology
"Se Me Olvidó Otra Vez"
(1999)
"Te Solte La Rienda"
(2000)
"Cachito"
(2000)

"Te Solte La Rienda" is the second radio single release and sixth track from Maná's second live album, Maná MTV Unplugged in 1999. "Te Solte La Rienda" is a song originally written by Mexican singer-songwriter in the Ranchera style José Alfredo Jiménez. On the week of September 25, 1999 the song debuted at number twenty nine on the U.S. Billboard Hot Latin Tracks.[1] and just after one week later on October 2, 1999 it reach to its highest point at the number twenty one.[2] It would stayed for a total of 4 weeks spot for one week.[3] In 2002, Lupillo Rivera performed a cover of the song which peaked at #12 on the Hot Latin Songs and #2 on the Regional Mexican Songs chart.[4]

Charts[edit]

Chart (1999) Peak
position
US Billboard Hot Latin Tracks [5] 21
US Billboard Latin Pop Airplay [6] 13
US Billboard Latin Regional Mexican Airplay [7] 31

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