Paula DeAnda
American musician
Paula DeAnda
Paula Dacia DeAnda is a American pop singer-songwriter and actress. She first came to prominence with her first single "Doing Too Much" that became a hit in the Southwest. She then got the opportunity to audition for Clive Davis who signed her to Arista Records on the spot. Her debut album, Paula DeAnda was released in 2006 and contained the Billboard Hot 100 top twenty song, "Walk Away (Remember Me)".
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Paula Deanda – Besos (Primo Singolo) - RnB Junk (Blog)
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Paula Deanda è pronta a tornare nelle chart dopo uno stop di alcuni anni! La cantante Messicana-Americana sforna “Besos” come primo singolo del suo posticipato ed atteso secondo album! Vi avevamo proposto un frammento del pezzo alcuni giorni fa,
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Paula DeAnda- Besos (New Single- Full Song!) - YouTube
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Get the song on iTunes right here: The full version of Paula DeAnda's brand new single Besos! It was released on August 9 on itunes! Go get it!!! Paula's voice is incredible, and this song is
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Ask Billboard: Pen Pals: Readers Respond, Part 3 - Billboard
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1 "Irreplaceable," Mario Vazquez's "Gallery" and Paula DeAnda's "Walk Away (Remember Me)." The Bee Gees wrote one of my all-time favorite Diana Ross songs, 1985's "Chain Reaction," which peaked at No. 1 in the UK but, sadly, stopped at No
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7/8: Baby Bash brings Latin Pride to Celebrity - AZ
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Frankie J's 2005 "Obsession" features his rapping, and the Bash-penned "Doing Too Much" launched Paula DeAnda's career in 2006. His own "Cyclone," featuring T-Pain with a beat by Lil' Jon, went double-platinum in 2007. Bash considers himself a
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Paula DeAnda
  • 2015
    Age 25
    In April 2015, DeAnda appeared on rapper Honey Cocaine's EP The Gift Rap on the track "Run Thangs".
    More Details Hide Details DeAnda has cited Jo Dee Messina, Shania Twain, Aaliyah, LeAnn Rimes, and Selena as major musical influences. Notes
    On March 23, 2015, she released a music video of an unreleased track called "Brand New", which is a foretaste for her fans, what kind of music she is working on.
    More Details Hide Details On May 12 she announced the EP's title would be PDA.
    In early 2015, DeAnda announced that she is working on another project.
    More Details Hide Details In February, she launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund her new album, which she reached in only a couple weeks. After her kickstarter campaign, she announced that she will release a second solo EP first and later on a full-length album.
  • 2014
    Age 24
    After The Voice, DeAnda collaborated with the DJ duo 'the Jump Smokers' on her first EP The Voice & The Beats, which is set to release on June 25, 2014.
    More Details Hide Details The first single of the EP is "Horns Blow (Shimmy Shimmy)".
  • 2010
    Age 20
    After she was dropped from Arista Records, DeAnda had to scrap her whole album. The project was never released. Her Spanish album which was also planned for release was also scrapped. DeAnda posted a series of covers on YouTube in the summer of 2010.
    More Details Hide Details DeAnda auditioned for Season 6 of NBC's singing competition, The Voice, as revealed on her Twitter page. Both Shakira and Blake Shelton turned their chairs but she opted for Blake Shelton. During the Battles, Round 1, she was defeated by fellow Team Blake teammate Sisaundra Lewis after their duet of Lady Gaga's "Do What U Want".
  • 2008
    Age 18
    In 2008, DeAnda began production on next effort, initially due in 2009. A single, "Roll the Credits", was released and a video was planned, but it did not chart. Clive Davis left Arista's parent company at the time, RCA Label Group in 2008 to become the chief creative officer for Sony BMG.
    More Details Hide Details DeAnda also parted ways Arista following his departure.
  • 2007
    Age 17
    It was then that she got the opportunity to audition for Clive Davis who signed her for a seven-album deal with Arista Records on the spot. "Doing Too Much" was certified gold in the US in 2007. "Doing Too Much" missed the top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100, it served as the lead single to her self-titled debut album which was released in the summer of 2006.
    More Details Hide Details Paula DeAnda charted at number 54 on the US albums chart. The album mainly consists of songs about love and relationships and is of the pop-R&B genre. DeAnda co-wrote four songs on the album, which features production from Happy Perez among others. She was only 16 years old at the time of the album's released. Her second single "Walk Away (Remember Me)" was her biggest hit, reaching the top twenty on the Hot 100. The single was certified gold by the RIAA. However, follow-up singles, "When It Was Me" and "Easy" did not gain traction. She later appeared in the MTV television film Super Sweet 16: The Movie.
  • 2006
    Age 16
    Her debut album, Paula DeAnda, was released in 2006 and contained the US Billboard Hot 100 top twenty song "Walk Away (Remember Me)".
    More Details Hide Details DeAnda was born in San Angelo, Texas, to Mexican American parents Steven and Barbara, a restaurant general manager and a registered nurse. At age six she began taking piano lessons and was soon singing at functions around town at the recommendation of her piano teacher. She also sang the national anthem at local football games.
  • 2002
    Age 12
    In 2002, DeAnda's family decided to move to Corpus Christi in order to help advance her career in music since Corpus Christi had a reputation as a music hub.
    More Details Hide Details She attended Mary Carroll High School. DeAnda was the opening act for a concert which featured hip-hop artists, Nelly, Baby Bash and Frankie J. performing in front of twenty thousand people. Her first single, "What Would It Take" was serviced to local radio stations in July, received airplay from ten radio stations across the country. The song was later switched for "Doing Too Much" in December when Ocana secured a mini-tour of California and Texas for DeAnda. The song became a minor hit in the Southwest.
  • 1989
    Born on November 3, 1989.
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