Ednita Nazario #1 In Sales In The US!

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‘SOY’ IS ONE OF 2009’S FIVE BEST-
SELLING ALBUMS IN SPANISH!

EDNITA REACHES THE TOP OF THE BILLBOARD LATIN ALBUM CHART
AND THE BILLBOARD LATIN POP ALBUM CHART WITH HER NEW CD ‘SOY’!

HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE ATTEND HER IN-STORES
WHILE IN HER NATIVE PUERTO RICO!

HER MOST RECENT SINGLE, ‘SIN QUERER’, AND VIDEO
FOR THE SONG, ARE ALREADY IN HEAVY ROTATION

With an album such as Soy, it could only be like this: number 1!

Yes, Ednita Nazario has reached the top of the prestigious Billboard Latin Album Chart and Billboard Latin Pop Album Chart with her new musical production, Soy, the 24th of her prolific career.

But not only that: Soy is among the five best-selling albums in Spanish this year!

“I am so excited and happy with this news,” says Ednita. “We worked really hard at making ‘Soy’ what it is, and I thank all my fans. I share this joy will all those who worked on this project. How divine!”

The first single, Sin Querer, as well as its video, are already in heavy rotation, and augur only bigger and better triumphs for Soy.

Such as the success Ednita experienced while in Puerto Rico last week, when she went to promote the album and held in-stores in four cities, including her native Ponce and Mayagüez. Hundreds of people attended these promotional visits!

Very soon, Ednita will begin an international promotional tour, as well as her concert tour, which will kick off in Puerto Rico on May 7 and 8 at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico.

For more information on Ednita Nazario, please visit http://www.ednita.com

One Response to “Ednita Nazario #1 In Sales In The US!”

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