In , Arjona explored sounds, employing traditional rhythms such as , , , and. Retrieved 30 March 2012. The record was additionally certified Gold in Colombia, Chile and.Next
After spending the majority of his career with Sony, and , Arjona signed a long-term deal with in September 2008.
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Retrieved 28 March 2012. On 19 November 2002, Arjona released his ninth studio album, , preceded by singles "", which reached No. Retrieved 23 March 2012.Next
The album received a Grammy Award nomination for and a nomination for.
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It ran from January 2012 until March 2013 and included 102 shows in 18 countries, with an estimated attendance of over one million people.
This album failed to chart, but received moderate praise from critics, with awarding it three stars out of five.
The album received multiple Platinum certifications from the United States and Argentina.
The result was a set of performances. The first, "", a previously unreleased song produced by Torres, failed to reach the top 20 on Latin Songs, standing at No. In 1988, he became the basketball coach of a boys' school called Instituto Don Bosco.Next
This was Arjona's first collaboration with.
This led to speculation that the labels were in a fight to win Arjona's fanbase and sales. Yet it's a great album all the same, particularly the opening run of songs that culminates with '', and it finds Arjona still at the top of his craft.Next
This compilation went Gold in Mexico, and Platinum in Argentina.