What are RBD's most iconic songs?
The new tour for the band, formed on Oct. 4, 2004, is approaching. In 2023, it will be back on the stages of America.
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Anahí, Dulce María, Maite Perroni, Christian Chávez and Christopher Uckermann will sing their best hits with thousands of fans on their upcoming tour of the Americas, which just dropped its tour dates.
With almost 19 years in music, RBD released five albums in Spanish, three in Portuguese and one in English. To prepare to see them again on stage, AL DÍA's gathered their best in a list. Be sure to click the links to check out the songs and music videos.
1. "Ser o Parecer"
This song is off the album Celestial (2006), and is considered one of the most famous songs from the band, as it was the one that catapulted them to fame worldwide.
This song, which has an iconic video recorded in the snow in Canada, is one of their fans' favorites, as it was not only a hit during its release but is also currently one of the most listened-to songs on Spotify.
3. "Un poco de tu amor"
This song was the fourth single from the album Rebelde and never got an official video, other than from the band's concert performances.
It is said that it was supposed to be the second single from the album, but due to a change, it was replaced by the also-popular song "Solo quedate en silencio."
4. "Este corazón"
The song is part of the album Nuestro amor, which was released in 2006. After its release, it reached the 10 spot on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks.
This may be the most important song released by the Mexican band, as it was not only the theme song of the telenovela, but also one of the most listened-to singles worldwide.