Juanes is not only one of Colombia's most famous singers but also one of today's most influential Latin music artists in the world. This success is the result of the music this Latin Pop and Rock star has been producing throughout his career. From "Mala Gente" to "La Camisa Negra," the following list brings you the top 10 songs by Juanes.
10. "Mala Gente"
This track is also included in Juanes's perfect album Un Dia Normal. "Fotografia" is a romantic track featuring Nelly Furtado. It features a pleasant melody and a very nice duet by these two music stars. "Fotografia" is definitely one of the most popular songs by Juanes.
"Volverte A Ver," a track included in the album Mi Sangre, is one of the most romantic songs by Juanes. The lyrics, which are full of romanticism and surrounded by a simple melody, move around the idea that without the person you love, life is meaningless.
6. "Es Por Ti"
"Es Por Ti" set the field for Juanes as a romantic singer. This single, which is included in the hit album Un Dia Normal is one of the most successful songs by Juanes. Its simple melody did the trick on this one.
5. "Me Enamora"
3. "La Paga"
"La Paga" is Juanes's first successful attempt at blending Rock and Pop with traditional Colombian music known as Musica de Carrilera, which is typical from the so-called Paisa area where Juanes grew up. This is one of the best songs included in the hit album Un Dia Normal and as far as I am concerned, one of the best songs by Juanes.
One of the greatest songs by Juanes is "A Dios Le Pido". This single is the most popular hit from the album Un Dia Normal. This is the song that moved the music of Juanes beyond the Colombian borders. Soon after its release, "A Dios Le Pido" became a musical sensation throughout Latin America and the US. This is definitely one of the greatest songs by Juanes.
"La Camisa Negra" is definitely the most popular song by Juanes. If "A Dios Le Pido" opened the doors of Latin America and the US to Juanes, "La Camisa Negra" put the world at his feet. "La Camisa Negra," a single included in the album Mi Sangre, follows the music style that Juanes previously tried with "La Paga" mixing traditional Colombian music with Rock and Pop sounds. This single is a nice tune to play in the middle of a Latin party.