Como Ama una Mujer

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Como Ama una Mujer
Studio album by Jennifer Lopez
Released March 27, 2007
Recorded 2005–2007
Genre Latin pop
Language Spanish
Label Epic
Producer Estéfano, Julio Reyes, Marc Anthony, Jennifer López
Jennifer Lopez chronology
Rebirth
(2005)
Como Ama una Mujer
(2007)
El Cantante
(2007)
Singles from Como Ama una Mujer
  1. "Qué Hiciste"
    Released: March 12, 2007
  2. "Me Haces Falta"
    Released: June, 2007
  3. "Por Arriesgarnos"
    Released: December, 2007

Como Ama una Mujer (English: How a Woman Loves) is the first full-length Spanish-language studio album, and fifth studio album overall released by American entertainer Jennifer Lopez.[1] The album was mainly produced by Colombian composers Julio Reyes and Estéfano.

Track listing[change | edit source]

# Title Time
1. "Qué Hiciste"
English Title: What Have You Done?
Writers: M. Anthony, J. Reyes, J. Romero
4:57
2. "Me Haces Falta"
English Title: I Miss You
Writers: M. Anthony, Estéfano,
3:37
3. "Como Ama una Mujer"
English Title: How a Woman Loves
Writers: Estéfano, J. Reyes
6:01
4. "Te Voy a Querer"
English Title: I'm Going to Want You
Writers: Estéfano, P. Quiroga, J. Paredes
4:40
5. "Porqué Te Marchas"
English Title: Why Are You Leaving
Writers: M. Anthony, Estéfano
4:33
6. "Por Arriesgarnos"
English Title: For Risking Ourselves
Writers: Estéfano, J. Reyes
3:31
7. "Tú"
English Title: You
Writers: Estéfano, M. Anthony, J. Reyes
4:10
8. "Amarte Es Todo"
English Title: Loving You Is Everything
Writers: Estéfano, J. Reyes
4:00
9. "Apresúrate"
English Title: Hurry Up
Writers: Estéfano, J. L. Pagan, M. Anthony
5:02
10. "Sola"
English Title: Alone
Writers: Estéfano, J. Reyes
5:19
11. "Adiós"
English Title: Goodbye
Writers: Estéfano, J. Reyes
4:09
12. "Quién Será" (Bonus Track)
English Title: Who Will Be?
Writer: P. Beltran
3:51

Personnel[change | edit source]

  • Vic Anesini – Mastering
  • Marc Anthony – Arranger, Vocals (bckgr), Producer, Executive Producer
  • Eduardo Avena – Percussion
  • Odisa Beltrán – Production Coordination
  • Andres Bermudez – Mixing
  • Marco Britti – Drums
  • Jorge Calandrelli – String Arrangements
  • César Castillo – Quena, Sikus
  • José Garcia De La Rosa – Engineer
  • Sebastian DePeyrecave – Guitar, Assistant Engineer
  • Nailton Bispo "Meia Noiche" Dos Santos – Percussion
  • Tony Duran – Photography
  • Vicky Echeverri – Vocals (bckgr)
  • Estéfano – Vocals (bckgr), Producer
  • Mauricio Gasca – Programming
  • Armando Gola – Bass
  • Mario Guini – Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar, Guitar (Electric)
  • Anthony Kilhoffer – Engineer
  • Jadi Leesley – Stylist
  • The London Symphony Orchestra – Strings
  • Jennifer Lopez – Executive Producer
  • Juan José "Chaqueño" Martínez – Percussion
  • Pedro Namerow – Assistant Engineer
  • José Luis Pagán – Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar, Arranger, Guitar (Electric), Keyboards, Programming, Engineer
  • José Luis Pagani – Arranger, Programming
  • Ricardo Tiki Pasillas – Percussion, Drums, Vocals (bckgr)
  • Ken Paves – Hair Stylist
  • Julian Peploe – Art Direction, Design
  • Erben Perez – Bass
  • Gustavo Pichon Dal Pont – Engineer
  • Julio C. Reyes – Piano, Accordion, Arranger, Conductor, Keyboards, Programming, Producer, Engineer, String Arrangements, Mixing
  • Claudia Salgado – Production Coordination
  • Bruce Swedien – Engineer, Mixing
  • Guillermo Vadala – Bass
  • Matthew Vanleeuwen – Make-Up
  • Peter Wade – Engineer, Mixing

Charts[change | edit source]

Chart (2007) Peak
position
Austria Albums Chart[2] 10
Belgium Top 50[3] 30
Canada Albums Chart 50
Dutch Albums Chart[4] 31
Finland Albums Chart[5] 29
France Albums Chart[6] 11
Germany Albums Chart 4
Greece International Albums Chart 1
Italy Albums Chart[7] 2
Japan Albums Chart 60
Mexico Albums Chart[8] 8
Poland Albums Chart[9] 9
Portugal Albums Chart[10] 12
Spain Albums Chart[11] 2
Sweden Albums Chart[12] 49
Switzerland Albums Chart[13] 1
U.K. Albums Chart 131
U.S. Billboard 200[14] 10
U.S. Billboard Top Latin Albums 1

Sales and certifications[change | edit source]

Chart Certification Sales/Shipments
France (SNEP) - 70,000[15]
Germany (IFPI) Gold 100,000
Greece (IFPI) Gold 16,000
Hungary (MAHASZ)[16] Gold 10,000
Italy (FIMI)[17] Gold 40,000
Russia (NFPF) 2x Platinum[18] 40,000
Spain (PROMUSICAE) Platinum[19] 80,000
Switzerland (IFPI) Platinum[20] 30,000
Venezuela Platinum 10,000
U.S. (RIAA) - 3,000,000

Year-end charts[change | edit source]

Year-end chart (2007) Peak
position
Greek Albums Chart 6
Swiss Albums Chart 16
German Albums Chart 68
Hungarian Albums Chart 71

Awards and nominations[change | edit source]

  • World Music Awards – best selling Latin artist (nominated)
  • Billboard Latin Music Awardswon Latin Pop Album Of The Year, Female. 3 nominations for Latin Album Of The Year, Latin Pop Airplay Song Of The Year, Female and Latin Dance Club Play Track Of The Year (Que Hiciste)
  • Premio Lo Nuestrowon for Solísta o Grupo Revelación Del Año (New Soloist or Group Of The Year)
  • Premios Oye! – nomination for Pop Español: Solista Femenina
  • Los Premios Principales – nomination for Mejor Artista Internacional (Best International Artist) and Mejor Canción (Best Song) for Que Hiciste
  • Premios Amigo – won "Amigo Brugal Best-Selling Latin Artist". 2 nominations for "Best Digital Single" and "Best Ringtone" for Que Hiciste
  • American Music Awardswon Favourite Latin Artist

References[change | edit source]

Preceded by
12 by Herbert Grönemeyer
Switzerland Albums Chart number-one album
April 8, 2007 – April 29, 2007
Succeeded by
Eldorado by Stephan Eicher
Preceded by
La Llave de Mi Corazón by Juan Luis Guerra
U.S. Billboard Top Latin Albums number-one album
April 14, 2007 – May 5, 2007
Succeeded by
Residente o Visitante by Calle 13

Other websites[change | edit source]