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
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 | change 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 | change 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 | change 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 | change 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 | change 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 | change 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 | change 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 | change source]