Nada Puede Cambiarme

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"Nada Puede Cambiarme"
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Single by Paulina Rubio featuring Slash
from the album Ananda
ReleasedJanuary 29, 2007
Recorded2006
Genre
Length3:38
Label Universal Records
Songwriter(s) Fernando Montesinos
Producer(s) Áureo Baqueiro
Paulina Rubio singles chronology
"Ni Una Sola Palabra"
(2006)
"Nada Puede Cambiarme"
(2007)
"Nena"
(2007)
Music video
"Nada Puede Cambiarme" on YouTube

"Nada Puede Cambiarme" (English: Nothing Can Change Me) is the second single released from Paulina Rubio's 2006 Spanish language album Ananda .

Contents

The song

The song was written by Fernando Montesinos and features Slash from Velvet Revolver (former Guns N' Roses guitarist) on the guitar. The single was officially released to radio in the United States on January, 2007. The song continues the rock-pop sound heard in "Ni Una Sola Palabra", although much more upbeat. Universal released an EP of the single as a digital download with the album version and three versions of the single in February, 2007.

"Nada Puede Cambiarme" was included in the "most surprising duets in music" list of the Mexican edition of the magazine ¡Hola! . [1]

Music video

The music video was filmed in Los Angeles, California in the Mack Sennett studios on January 9, 2007. The filming began at 7:00 AM and finished at 1:00 AM on the 10th, a total of 16 hours. Produced by Anke Thommen and directed by Mexican director Dago González. In the video, Paulina appears as a wedding bride dressed in pink and walks down a fashion runway. It is not the first time Paulina wears the wedding gown for a music video. Die-hard fans will remember Paulina dressed in white in the early 1990s music video for "Él me engañó".

The music video, like the song itself, wouldn't have been complete without presence of the legendary then-former Guns N' Roses' guitarist, Slash himself. Paulina's record label, Universal Records, prepared a Behind The Scenes video for fans to watch before the video before its premiere and was made available for download from the singer's official fan club website, PAUPOWER.com. It was later released on the DVD included in the Deluxe Edition of Ananda.

The video was premiered on January 29, 2007 worldwide. Within a couple weeks' time, it quickly became number one in Spain's music television channels.

The Caribbean Nights Extended Club Mix and Edit also became number one on R & R's Latin Record Pool National Chart in the US. This chart reflects DJ club play in North America. The remix was produced by DJ and Remixer Alex Carmenates a.k.a. DJ Cubanito and Morpheous Van Susteren, who has also been responsible for remixing the number one Billboard club hits "Psicofonia" by Gloria Trevi, "1,2 Step" by Ciara feat. Missy Elliott, Lucas Prata's "And She Said", as well as numerous other dance hits.

Official versions

  1. Nada Puede Cambiarme (Album Version)
  2. Nada Puede Cambiarme (Caribbean Nights Club Edit)
  3. Nada Puede Cambiarme (Caribbean Nights Extended Club Mix)
  4. Nada Puede Cambiarme (Pasito Duranguense)
  5. Nada Puede Cambiarme (Acoustic Version)
  6. Nada Puede Cambiarme (Ft. Franco "El Gorilla" - Reggaeton Remix)

Chart performance

Nada Puede Cambiarme slowly gained momentum on the U.S. and peaked at #21 on the Hot Latin Songs and #6 on the Latin Pop Songs.

Charts

Chart (2007)Peak
position
U.S. Hot Latin Tracks (Billboard) [2] 21
U.S. Latin Pop Airplay (Billboard) [3] 6
U.S. Tropical Songs (Billboard) [4] 33
Venezuela Top Latino (Record Report) [5] 12

Certifications

CountryCertification
SpainGold [6]

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